Thursday, March 3, 2011

Idle Rogue - the region!

It is with great delight that we announce our new location, Idle Rogue on Idle Rogue. Due to the extraordinary support and generosity Knowledge Tomorrow has always shown Idle Rogue, we will now share our space with The Joy of Steampunk museum, all under the regional name of Idle Rogue.

While moving the sim has been hectic - the offer came up, was accepted, and put into operation just over a week ago - the place is abuzz with committed and enthusiastic Rogues. There is generally someone on the sim, and there are an abundance of ideas that we are attempting to develop.

We are in a space where Idle Rogue can very realistically live up to the original vision. Idle Rogue was always to be a place where ppl could create and explore the possibilities of their Second Life. There is a strong emphasis on music and entertainment, which is my influence, since those are my loves ... but Idle Rogue is much more. It is a community, with a group of people at it's core who care about each other and extend their welcome to any who wish to join us. We like music, we like pretty things, we like to laugh and we like to chat. Most Idle Rogues are born entertainers of some kind, and it shows in the way we spend our time. There is no clique at Idle Rogue, though I would be lost without my "inner sanctum", who support, guide and nourish everything we do.

From September 2010 to February 2011, Idle Rogue's traffic was over 8000 avatars. It is my hope and my belief that every one of those avatars felt welcomed and enjoyed their visit with us.

In the days to come I will post photos for those who have not yet been by to explore the new sim, but I do hope you will use the links and make your own time to drop by and consider what might be available to you. I will also post an entry with some of the ideas that are being floated, and I emphasise that we welcome yours, too. We are at the beginning of a new era, now is the time to see what might be possible.

By way of closing, I would like to thank Slappy Doobie, Ellie Criss, and the people of Viva La Glam, who were extremely generous to us in our time there. Viva La Glam is a wonderfully built sim (currently featured in the Editors Picks of Second Life's Destination Guide)and we are sure they, too, have a vibrant future you should be part of.

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