Given the current state of affairs at Sansar, I think it is important to document the many wonderful, beautiful worlds that designers and creators have built on the social VR platform over the past three years.
Longtime Sansar resident Loki Eliot (also well known from Second Life) has created a series of short videos in a series he calls Sansar Postcards, which he has been sharing on his Twitter feed. Because Twitter feeds tend to be somewhat ephemeral, and Loki does not have a YouTube account, I asked his permission to upload and share some of his Sansar Postcards with you here on my blog. Thank you, Loki!
The link below each video is the Sansar Atlas webpage for that world, in case you wish to visit and explore for yourself. I hope that this will inspire you to visit Sansar and discover more marvelous worlds!
Felsenmeer (by Silas Merlin)
Felsenmeer (Sansar Atlas page)
ZeroCheese World Hub (by ZeroCheese)
ZeroCheese World Hub (Sansar Atlas page)
A Victorian Christmas (by VintageTales, a.k.a. Mad-Eye and Solas)
A Victorian Christmas (Sansar Atlas page)
114 Harvest and 114 Harvest Village (by Draxtor, Ria, and many other creators)
114 Harvest Basement (Sansar Atlas page)
114 Harvest Village Sansar Atlas page)
Scurry Waters (by FullSpectrum, a.k.a. Medhue and Bagnaria)
Scurry Waters (Sansar Atlas page)
2077 (by C3rb3rus)
2077 (Sansar Atlas page)
Cerb’s Lounge (by C3rb3rus)
Cerb’s Lounge (Sansar Atlas page)
Fort Loki (by Loki Eliot)
Fort Loki (Sansar Atlas page)
If this whets your appetite for exploration, may I make a few suggestions of other Sansar worlds to visit? (The list of worlds in that link is from June, 2018, so a few may no longer be available on the in-world Codex directory.)
If you need some help getting started with Sansar (which does not require a VR headset to enjoy), here are some step-by-step instructions for newbies I put together last year (although it is also a bit out of date).