25for 25 Hunt items. Jailbird sweater from Somnia, and Candy Tan skin from WOW Skins.

25for 25 Hunt items. Jailbird sweater from Somnia, and Candy Tan skin from WOW Skins.

Official 25 For 25 Hunt Blog:  http://freebirdsl.wordpress.com/25-for-25-hunt/

The mesh sweater from Somnia comes in three colour combinations: Ice/Black, White/Black, Rose/Black, and Rose/White. Each colour includes all sizes: L, M, S, XS, and XXS.
Somnia: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Snatch%20City/228/108/30

The gift from from WoW Skins includes the Candy Tan skin as shown, and a shape. I’ve shown the skin on Shang’s normal shape.
WoW Skins: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Infinity%20Club/189/64/1318

Hairstyle: Discord Designs – Codie (Flagrant System Error)
Skin: .::WoW Skins::. Candy Tan
Eyes: Sterling Artistry_FantasticalEyes_Enspirited
Facial Piercings: Lake – Sweet Studs facial piercing – silver
Sweater: .: Somnia :. Jailbird {Rose/Black}
Skirt: :::Sn@tch Catalina Skirt (Sand)::: (System Failure Prize)
Pose: Diesel Works: Dante collection

25 for 25 Hunt Signage

25 for 25 Hunt Signage

Here’s the deal:

The 25-for-25 Hunt runs from December 5th through December 30th. There are 25 shops in this hunt offering 25L$ items for 25 days. All you have to do is find them.

By Second Life standards, this is a very small hunt. The shops are top of the line, the prizes divine, and you won’t have to spend a zillion hours on this hunt. One a day for 25 days, and you’re done. Sweet!

Official 25 For 25 Hunt Blog:  http://freebirdsl.wordpress.com/25-for-25-hunt/

So.. what can 25L$ get you? Well…
Let’s start with some Finesmith Jewellery:  http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Azure%20Island/128/143/8

25hunt Finesmith

25 For 25 Hunt: LAVAN Collar and Earmuff from Finesmith, Bracelet included, but not shown.

And I’ll show you some more tomorrow.

Skin: [MyDear]Hygeia Skin- Pale 6
Lipstick:  [MyDear]Hygeia Lipstick 26
Hairstyle:  /Wasabi Pills/ Sally Mesh Hair – Seafoam
Eyes:  Sterling Artistry_FantasticalEyes_Enspirited
Jewellery:  LAVAN set from Finesmith

One of the biggest hunts in Second Life is the Peace on Earth Hunt. This hunt is H.U.G.E!

I’m not going to even try to blog all the items from the hunt, there are other bloggers who do that, and there are blogs that have several bloggers writing for them so that they have the time to blog a couple hundred or so hunt items. My real life doesn’t give me the time for that, or even for going out to find half the items in the POE Hunt. So.. information about the hunt.. here it goes:

Peace On Earth 2013

POE Hunt 2013 Photo by Julie Hastings

Peace on Earth 2013
Blog:  https://peaceonearthhunt.wordpress.com/
Starting Point:  http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Bonaire06/172/223/24
Hints:  https://peaceonearthhunt.wordpress.com/poe6-hunter-guide/

For help, join the Peace on Earth Discussion Group in Second Life.

And remember, this is supposed to be fun. This hunt has 207 shops in it, that’s a LOT of hunting.
Stop and take a break when you get tired or frustrated.
Make a POE folder in your inventory to put hunt prizes in. To save time and frustration later, sort as you go.
Delete what you don’t want, keep what you love.
Love a gift? Tell the designer!
Hate a gift? Delete it and forget it. Everyone’s taste is different and it’s inevitable that not all gifts will appeal to all hunters.

It’s been ages since I’ve been to Umi Usagi. The lucky boards there used to be the best, and I’ve missed the quirky clothes there.

The good news is that Umi Usagi is still in world, and still has fun, high quality clothing. And more good news, the lucky boards are still there!

Candy Dress is a Lucky Board score from Uni Usagi.

Candy Dress from Umi Usagi. Maya hairstyle is from Wasabi Pills.

Umi Usaki is has a new location in Nagasaki, though die hard fans are already aware of this fact, and on the sim right next door is a beautiful Japanese sim, Kyoto. I played tourist for a couple of hours, modeling some Umi Usaki lucky board items and photographing this lovely sim.

Umi Usagi lapine l'uniforme is paired with Kumi Pony from Wasabi Pills.

Lapine l’uniforme, from Umi Usagi with Kumi Pony from Wasabi Pills.

Interpretative signage is included on the Kyoto sim in English and Japanese, and you’ll definitely want to take the time to read it and learn a little Japanese history. There is so much to see here: The beautiful replica architecture, the landscaping, and wildlife combine to make a delightful visit.

Lapin Bleu, from Umi Usuagi.

Lapin Bleu includes a shawl with a pretty flower detail. Chloe hairstyle is from Wasabi Pills.


Photo One:
Candy Dress from -+-Rabbit*Kiss-+- (Umi Usagi)
Maya hairstyle in powder from /Wasabi Pills/
Tyla 07 Skin from .:Glamorize:.
Friday Eyes – Opal from /Wasabi Pills/
Pose from Diesel Works

Photo Two:
Lapine l’uniforme from -+-Rabbit*Kiss-+- (Umi Usagi)
Kumi Pony hairstyle in powder from /Wasabi Pills/
Tyla 07 Skin from .:Glamorize:.
Friday Eyes – Opal from /Wasabi Pills/
Pose from Diesel Works

Photo Three:
Lapine Bleu from -+-Rabbit*Kiss-+- (Umi Usagi)
Chloe hairstyle in powder from /Wasabi Pills/
Tyla 07 Skin from .:Glamorize:.
Friday Eyes – Opal from /Wasabi Pills/
Pose from Diesel Works

Review Policy:

I would love to review items in
your shop, especially if I have
purchased from and/or blogged
your shop previously!

Contact me in-world via notecard.

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