Thursday, June 28, 2007

Adventures in the Wasteland

So last night found me in esteemed company. I hate to drop names, so I will just use his title "Guvnah". Getting a bit behind the scenes looks of things, which I just love, as director's commentary is my favorite feature on DVDs. Well in the wee hours of the morning I meet a friend of the Guvnah's and he has created a collection of sims that is and I quote "Caledon in 3000 years from now".

So our intrepid party comprising of Myself, Miss Carricre Wind, the Guvnah, and our guide and host Mr. NeoBokrug Elytis, were off the wastelands. We explored The Wastelands, followed by The Great Fissure, which will have to be seen to be believed. And by myself, after Miss Wind and the Guvnah succumbed to some strange state called "sleep" (alien to us CodePoets) I was taken to The Junkyard, where I saw in 3000 years hence the rememberance of our great Nation.

It wondered if this was the site of "Caledon's Last Stand" but my host Mr. Elytis said it was just something someone found and placed in the junk pile. Mayahps our proud nation or the symbols that have survived 3000 years hence will inspire some civility in the savages that inhabit The Wasteland.


Here I am seen in The Junkyard with native to The Wastelands Mr. Gutterblood Spoonhammer who was very fond of saying "I will eat joo", Myself, the time displaced envoy from Caledon, and my host, Mr. Mr. NeoBokrug Elytis.

If you would like to see the remnant of Caledon yourself, use this handy slurl:

secondlife://The Junkyard/134/186/73

As much as I enjoyed my time in The Wastelands it was nice to return to my Estate FreeFlow, in Caledon on Sea, to see my beloved nation whole and intact.

3 comments:

Qlippothic Projects said...

It was when I was stranded in that very hellhole that I penned Caledon My Home. I so longed for home even as I mourned the fate of Caledon's Future That May (Not) Yet Be.

I learned my lesson from that misadventure. Oh that I had learned the First Law from Dr. Sputnik before I first tesseracted into the future!

Speaking of which, my evil doppleganger Qlippothic Steele is still at large..

~Qlippothic Projects

Hotspur O'Toole said...

When I was a lindenless, homeless wanderer, my footsteps once brought me to the Wasteland. A strange and bleak place, not given to cheer, much given to confrontation. A nice place to visit but not my cup o' tea for a permanent locale.

Amber_Palowakski said...

Sounds like it's not a place for a lady. And now I'm depressed, thinking of Caledon possibly being laid waste. God and Goddess forbid.