News came in November, and it nearly broke my heart. December would be the final round of Genre after five years. I cannot think of any other “event” in Second Life that has drawn me to reach so far and learn so much. It was an enchanted winding stair. But now I have wings. Thank you.
Eagle of the Snows entered my imagination long ago, and I was holding it for the right occasion. What could be better than this? The theme of Genre’s finale flight is Winter Fantasy Roleplay. It didn’t specify which fantasy setting, so I offer another piece of my own fantasy world. You’ve seen glimpses of it before, and you will again.
The headpiece includes a detachable frontal piece, a miniature stylized eagle mask that fits over the jeweled headband. The optional frontal piece is modifiable; the headpiece can be resized through the HUD. The HUD offers three gem colors for the headband and three enamel patterns for the side pieces – and it is open to expansion later. Not to mention other eagles…
This eagle flies with my favorite winter color palette – that early evening moonlight-on-snow glow of white and silver shading into greys, blues and purples, with maybe a touch of turquoise or a flash of flame-gold or sunset-red. Many favorite fractal patterns have gone into the design also.
Eagle of the Snows will be half price at Genre until January 10. A warrior would look good in this. Yes, it is unisex.
Happy New Year!
Worn with Eagle of the Snows: Siiri hair from EMO-tions, my top favorite for wearing with the Big Headpieces. A classic skin from Curio – probably Jewel – on the classic avatar with a personal shape. (I won’t abandon the originals. They still look good and work just fine for many things, though if I could have this face on a bento head I would be in heaven.) Silk Road Tunic from Spyralle – this version was a group gift that will return briefly for members in the next week or so. Coal Eyes from Fallen Gods.