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Lizara Wintercroft Tomb Raider: The Temple of the Green Adder

“This movie has it all, a great story, non stop action, and a lead character with really big….guns!”
~Stu Pidasso, Rolling Stone~

“One of the years best, a completely engrossing story with the perfect villain! Filmed in spectacular locations with breathtaking views of some incredible twin peaks!”
~Mike Hunt, Out of Touch~

“This one kept me on the edge of my seat, Lizara is completely titillating!”
~Richard Dyck, The Saturday Evening Pole~

I don’t think I have to tell you that this isn’t a real movie!! 🙂 I do have to admit, though, that I am the luckiest girl in all of Second Life! Once Green Adder of IMMERSIV gets an idea in his head, he can’t stop thinking about it! He has created this temple for me to portray Lara Croft, and I had a lot of fun, with some mild frustration, setting this up! Thank you, Green!♥ The pose I used here is available in the Happiness pose pack, which is available in the IMMERSIV main store or on Market Place, the temple isn’t available for purchase, unfortunately!

The Killer Outfit from Le Forme is perfect for this role. It can be found at the current round of WE LOVE ROLEPLAY, which runs until the end of the month. It’s a complete outfit including the top, pants, panties, and gun. This is with brown pants, but it’s all HUD driven with colour changes for the top, panties, and gun straps. It’s compatible with the SLink, Belleza, and Maitreya mesh bodies.

The Southern Wind hair is from Tableau Vivant from the Editorial Hair gacha set.

The mesh boots in sand are from :Enna:.

I’m wearing the Alex mesh head from Logo with the Alexa skin in honey tone from Sinful Curves Skins. I’ve updated my SLink hands to the new Dynamic Bento hands from SLink, which are incredible. And, as always, I have the Lara mesh body from Maitreya on!

Free Bird

When I’m struggling to find something to write about for a blog post I like to get on YouTube and watch a few vintage videos and listen to some great music that delivers me back to another time and place! I came across this video and as I watched it I felt like I was there, on that early July day in Oakland, California in 1977, Lynyrd Skynyrd’s on stage and they’re about to do ‘Free Bird’. There’s just something about this one that makes me long for something, I’m not even sure what, since I was pretty young when this was filmed! I probably didn’t even know what a ‘Lynyrd Skynyrd’ was back then, but at this point in my life, this video takes me back. It doesn’t make me want to go back to that time in my life, the last thing I’d ever want is to have to go through my teenage years and twenties again! Maybe it makes me wish my life was different at that time. This was filmed almost 40 years ago, hard to believe really! I don’t know how that many years can go by, but still feel like it was yesterday!

I’ll admit that I do struggle with a fantasy themed photo. I love all the fantasy items in Second Life, and I know that the term ‘fantasy’ can mean whatever I want to interpret it as, but I find it so hard! When I put these beautiful Bento Fairy Wings from lassitude & ennui on, I almost felt fairy-like in them. They have lovely detail and come in six gorgeous colours, each colour has gold and silver trim. The animation runs automatically, but you do need the bento compatible viewer, which Firestorm and the official Second Life viewer both are. These are available at the current round of We Love RolePlay, which runs until the end of the month.

You can only see the top of the cute M105 hair from .:CHEVEUX:., here, but it’s a short windswept style that looks so cute! It’s available at the current round of SaNaRaE, which runs until March 18.

The Colette Thong in ivory is from /erratic/.

I’m wearing the Alex mesh head from Logo with the Alexa skin in honey tone from Sinful Curves Skins, along with the Lara mesh body from Maitreya, and the mesh feet and Bento mesh hands from SLink.

This lovely pose is one of the three poses in the ‘falling’ pack from Serendipity.