Outfit Outlay: Ninjas in Sansar!

ninja (忍者) or shinobi (忍び) was a covert agent or mercenary in feudal Japan. The functions of the ninja included espionage, sabotage, infiltration, assassination and guerrilla warfare (Wikipedia). Three talented Sansar creators have made beautiful outfits for sale, for those days when you feel like channeling your inner ninja.

For women, there are two options for ninja wear. First up is the basic black Ninja Outfit – Female by Debi Baskerville, for S$99:

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You can pair it with the Katana for Sansar Female by Ralph Vintorix (S$50) and you’re good to go!

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Another option for women is the wonderfully detailed Onna-bugeisha / Ninja Top – Female and matching Onna-bugeisha / Ninja Pants -Female by Nya Alchemi (S$100 each). Add Nya’s Ninja Star Hat – Female to the outfit for S$75 and you’re all set!

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Here’s Vanity Fair in Nya Alchemi’s ninja outfit:

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For men, Ralph Vintorix has created a Classic Authentic Ninja Suit, which sells for S$450 and includes:

Igabakama (pants)
Kyahan (leg wrap)
Tekko (hand protection)
Uwagi (jacket)
Zukin (hood)
Tabi boots are available as a separate item (S$100) and is not included.
Katana and Pouch are free items.

Here’s my avatar in full ninja mode (click each image to see it larger):

So, whether you’re male or female, you are now ready to carry out espionage and other stealthy duties of the ninja!

(All pictures were taken in Genocyber Constantine’s Feudal Japan experience.)

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Cartoon: How I Spend Money in Real Life Versus Second Life

A woman named Lunna R. Soledad shared the following (edited) cartoon in the Second Life Friends group on Facebook, and I had to laugh because it was so true:

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Having just shelled out over thirty dollars to upgrade my Victorian/steampunk roleplay avatar to a Bento mesh head, body, and several new outfits, I can so relate to this! After all, it’s only Linden dollars, right? Right?!??

The original cartoonist is Sarah Andersen of Sarah’s Scribbles. So go over there and throw some dollars at her 😉

What Are the Most Popular Sansar Experiences?

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Gindipple’s Bowling Alley

Gindipple, who is very talented with his scripting abilities, has created a program which regularly scrapes data from this webpage (which sorts Sansar experiences in descending order by how many avatars are currently in them, i.e. a measure of popularity), and he sometimes shares his data with us. I don’t have his permission to share the actual image of data from a table he shared on the official Sansar Discord server (I’m not his favourite person, and he’s not mine), but I can tell you which Sansar experiences seem to have been the most popular since Feb. 18th, when Linden Lab fixed a serious bug in the user concurrency figures used in their Most Popular sorted list of experiences.

So, what Sansar experiences have been the most visited over the past month or so?

All of these have been my Sansar Pick of the Day in the past, and all are well worth a visit. So, get out there and explore!

Atlas Hopping, Episode 31

Well, there was really no Atlas Hopping this week, due to technical difficulties on Drax’s end (Strawberry was unavailable as well). But I did get a great piece of news which I wanted to share with you! This picture from 114 Harvest is a hint:

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Riz Bazar (a well-known Second Life furniture maker and the builder of most of the wonderful content at 114 Harvest) and Loz Hyde (another well-known content creator in Second Life, who is also in Sansar) went and got married! Congratulations to Ria and Loz! Best wishes for a happy future together!

Both Loz and Ria have only just started putting content up for sale in the Sansar Store. If you want to support the happy couple, go and buy some of their products in Second Life or in Sansar!