They are a rare sight to behold and only glimpsed by the most fastidious watcher. Little fire sprites dance on the edges of flame; they dance for the flames, conjuring them forth, drawing them out, beckoning them to spread, and flicker, and consume. We humans, we don’t understand. We blame the fire sprites for destroying villages and forests. We cast criticism and curse their flickering souls under out breath when we lose our home or a field. But we humans are short sighted. We easily forget the warmth on a winter’s night beside the hearth. We forget the regrowth that a forest fire permits of nature. We forget the nourishment of cooked meat or stew. We forget the forge which blazes forth and tempers our blades for defense. We curse the fire sprites, though their nature is neither good nor bad. They simply are.
Bloglings, I hope you didn’t forget that We Love Roleplay is still happening. At the event is this lovely new silken sash with panties from Caboodle. It comes with fits for Maitreya, SLink’s Physique and Hourglass, and Belleza’s Freya – and it fits beautifully. Another really fun event right now is Fantasy Gacha Carnival. I have been trying to play less because my budget simply cannot afford gachas, but I NEEDED these flames from Cole’s Corner. The flames are so beautifully done and look amazing in-world. Then, I popped an extra set on my head to make my hair flaming also! They come with a this fiery version and also an icy blue version.
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Eyelids fluttered shut against pale cheeks, removing her from the stage. Instead, she was there in the forest. The painted particle board became large, ancient tress that bowed over her graciously. The hard surface of the stage became soft, warm earth covered in plush grass beneath her bare feet. She heard birds chittering in the distance.
Palms of trembling hands smoothed over the thick velvet of her gown. They moved slowly, first over her bodice then down her skirt overflowing with a pettiskirt. As they traveled, the trembling slowly abated.
She remembered back to her childhood. Dressed in a plastic tiara and bits of clothes she found at yard sales, she pretended to be a princess. Other childred mocked her. They told her that trash could never be royalty. And now she was pretending again. A smile alighted on her face; it revealed itself more in her cheeks than her lips. She pretended to be many things as a child. She would continue to do the same as an adult on stage.
Retroville Gacha opens on the 15th and DRD is releasing this really cute studio set. The insert that I used on the stage that looks like a play set is one of many different sceneries available in the gacha: forest, castle, sci-fi, a street, western town, etc. All of them look pretty phenomenal. There is also a studio building for you to put one in at a time and a casting couch and director’s chair as rares. It is a really lovely set.
This Pixicat dress is a new release at We Love Roleplay. It is sumptuously detailed for nobility, exactly as intended. Look at the backs of the sleeves! Also, at We Love Roleplay this round is a beautiful hair from Elikatira. It has a side braid and comes with a lovely circlet. Circlets are my favorite!
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