4th Anniversary Gatcha Celebration for Club Zero! From November 13th to November 20th, there will be a gatcha celebration featuring 31 amazing designers! This only last one week, so hurry down to Club Zero to raid the gatchas!
It is Thanksgiving this Thursday in the states, and while we realize that not all of our readers may be celebrating this holiday, we like to take this moment each year to remember those things we are most thankful for and we would love to hear from you!
Leave a comment below telling us what you are most thankful for (RL or SL).
One winner will be drawn at random on Sunday, December 1st, and that lucky person will win 1,000 Linden!
Thank you for sharing in our joy throughout the year, and for helping to make Seraphim the best sales and events blog in Second Life!
With heartfelt gratitude,
♥Lashae, Morgana, Audi, Callie, Violett, Arianna, Madi.B, Emmaline, Dream, Vix, Adriana & DelRead More
What would Halloween in Second Life be without a MadPea adventure? This year’s Dark Dimension interactive hunt is rumored to be the best yet! In this year’s adventure, you have been hired to investigate some strange happenings at a local shopping mall. By accessing the clues strewn throughout the sim and people to provide hints, you have quite the mystery to solve! The hunt is HUD-driven and there is a one-time fee of 150L to purchase it.
Please Note: Dark Dimension is not a hunt that will provide prizes at each stop, but rather a mystery hunting game that, if won, may award prizes at the end. For further information, please check the Dark Dimension blog.
Designers United is an annual event and is making its 5th appearance in Second Life with the theme “Surrealism.” Each of the incredible designers participating this year have created content which will not fail to impress. The attention to detail and the uniqueness of thought that went into preparing the items is bar none. Check out Designers United before October 4th. It will be an entire year before you see anything like this again, and it is truly worth the trip!
I know it’s almost over, but you still have a few days to check out the World Goth Fair before it closes up shop. This event is for charity, and it benefits the Sophie Lancaster Foundation. This foundation’s aim is to educate the public and eliminate the prejudice and intolerance of alternative subcultures.
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