Sonya Marmurek, one of the magical organisers of Fantasy Faire 2017, brings us news on the regions that will adorn this year’s fantastical fundraising event as part of the Relay for Life of Second Life fundraising event for the American Cancer Society.
In a post entitled Fairelands on the Horizon Sonya informs us that this year’s event will involve a whopping fifteen regions. There’s also news on applications for stores and participation at the event, although it should be noted that some of the regions are already sold out in terms of store space.
The regions are :
Chaddul Ro – Searlait Nitschke
Described as an outpost of the Orcs of Chal Khizzur, where a beacon brings hope and sanctuary as long as the fires of the outpost are lit.
Dawn’s Promise – Marcus Inkpen/Sharni Azalee
Described as being full of hope and promise and a place where old is reborn as the new. Crumbling ruins will be found here too.
Egregore – Mayah Parx
Described as being a place where darkness is immersed in light.
Fallen Sands – Sweetgwendoline Bailey/Eldowyn Inshan
Described as being Steampunk with a touch of the Orient and Arabia.
The Hill – Kilik Lekvoda
Described as a peaceful village where mushrooms and friendships grow.
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The greatest event in the Second Life calendar draws closer , yes Fantasy Faire 2017 is on the horizon. Posters for this year’s event are available from the website and can be used in blog posts about the event, but please try and keep the aspect ratio.
Fantasy Faire 2017 is part of the Relay For Life in Second Life efforts to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Last year’s event raised L$7,716,664 (US$ 30,867).
This year’s event, which as usual won’t be anywhere long enough, will run April 20 – 30.
This post is a relatively easy for me because I’m just going to post the press release! You’ll find that below the cut, unless you’re already below the cut of course!
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The Second Annual Unmasking a Cure (UAC) Medieval Faire opened on June 17th and runs until June 26th. The event is a fundraiser for Relay For Life in Second Life and items will be on sale for that purpose with all proceeds from those sales going to Relay For Life.
The faire is in the style of a renaissance faire and activities include jousting, en garde, sword play, magic, archery, and horse racing. There will also be entertainment with a dozen live performers and numerous DJ’s entertaining the medieval masses.
There are over 50 merchants participating at the faire too so if you want to kit out your avatar or just take a look at the wares available, this may be the faire for you.
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My first day at Fantasy Faire 2016 had been the traditional mixture of awe, mead, more awe, more mead and keeping a beady eye and a worried ear out for Elves, especially singing Elves. So far, so good on that front.
Today, I decided, would be a good day for a beard trim or some culture. I opted for culture, the beard trim can wait. A kindly being pointed me away from the nearest tavern and in the direction of something called LitFest, muttering something about my health. Apparently LitFest is a celebration of all things literary and if there’s one thing a Dwarfin likes, it’s a good old tale or two.
The location of this literary fest was a pavilion, where a crowd had gathered to hear tales from a little red monster by the name of Caledonia Skytower.
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My bags were packed days ago, but after making an arduous journey I found the gates locked. Fluttering my eyelashes, offers of much mead or rather menacing frowns would not tempt the guardians at the gates to let me in early, but as of just over an hour ago the day finally arrived when Fantasy Faire 2016 in Second Life open!
Between today and May 1st a wonderful celebration of many things fantasy in the Second Life virtual world will be taking place and I’ll be there to capture moments, as time permits! Pesky thing time, I think the Sci-Fi community should help us out a bit.
The event is also for a good cause as it’s part of the Relay For Life fundraising effort within Second Life, which raises money for The American Cancer Society. Last year Fantasy Faire raised US$ 31,642 as part of that effort, this year, US$5,927 has already been raised as the gates open.
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