Tuesday, June 30, 2009

One Week of Kink pt 5: Doll Works and Skara Brae

So, as I mentioned earlier, Doll Works has done a massive remodel. Almost all parts of the sim have been redone top to bottom. Heck, the only place still the same is the mall, where you first arrive at.


The sim is much more open now, with a lot more places to visit and hang out at. The Rubber Institute is still here as well, but now it's on ground level. Another thing you'll find is a lot more items at Doll Works use RLV now.

Overall, the remodel is a stunning success. The new foll works is a great place, as fun as it was before, but now with more to see and do. This includes visiting it's new neighbor, Skara Brae.


Now, Skara Brae is a very role play heavy sim. It's all about transformations, any kind, and way. Dolls, cows, robots, latex, anything at all. It's a pretty large sim too, with lots to explore. One thing about it though, you can't be a wallflower here. Don't expect to sit back and watch and get sucked into a RP. You need to be active to get the most out of it here.

Personally, I haven't done much RPing here so far (The most time I spent here was when I was locked in the balloon suit, just being displayed) mostly due to the fact that I didn't have a lot of free time. Now however, that's changed. I'm going to try to dive into Skara Brae and see what happens.


Kim said...

Thank you so much, Yora!

I did want to clarify, because most people won't know this, that the mall in Doll Works has been rebuilt as well. For now, you still TP into the old one, but once all the vendors are moved, that will change.

Make sure you say hi when you swing through Skara Brae!

-Askani Aichi
Co-owner @ Skara Brae
Admin/Builder @ Doll Works

Yora Vig said...

Thanks for clarifying that! I was pretty sure you were, but withough knowing 100%, I didn't want to say anything :) I'll deffinently say hi next time I'm there!

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