A great post about the Alki sim, and the cool stuff that Zoidyn and Alana have done with it. PS: I play there in their coffeehouse on Sundays.
Also: I didn’t write this, this is a reblog.
Alki – click any image for full size
I first visited Alki, the music and scenic region designed by Zoidyn (Zoidyn Kytori) and Alana Onyett, far back in 2013, which is Second Life terms, is almost a lifetime ago. Back then, it was described as an “evolving project inspired by the Pacific Northwest”, so I was curious to know what might have changed in the intervening years.
The overall answer might at first appear to be “not a lot”: the landscape is still the same, there’s the same mix of venues, the paths are familiar, and so on. However, the region has changed in subtle ways – but that’s the point of evolution; things don’t happen overnight, they happen over time.
The high plateau dominating the north side of the island is still there, but the Z&A coffee-house, one of several music venues in the region, and…
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