Wednesday, October 9, 2013

The battery sewn in beneath her collarbone

Mischief Managed (1) 
If you recall, I began my exploration of the Mischief Managed Harry Potter sim yesterday, dressed up as Sirius Black. I admit to you that I only got as far as the Hogwarts Express, and from there, couldn't figure out how to get down to the sim. Today, I totally figured it out! First you click over here, then you click on that thing, then on that other thing, and BAM. Magically in a courtyard! Obviously the sim is gorgeous. I especially like the continuity of the build. When you're walking around (in your observer tag, of course), clicking on a door will teleport you to a beautifully imagined room in a skybox somewhere high above. This allows the build to remain incredibly stable, but the room can be as ornate as it needs to be.
I'm wearing items from the Wizarding Faire today, skin and cloak and book and shoes. Regarding the cloak from FATEplay, might I suggest that you (like me) purchase the boy's version? I tried on the girl's version of the cloak, and was unable to actually attach hair beneath the hood, even the smallest hair that I own, without the hair emerging through the hood. Unless you really like tattoo hair, the boy's version seems to fit hair much better (although I did reduce my chest size a bit).  I really dig the cloak. It added a little mystery to my evil wanderings. 
(And if you ever had any doubt about my true alignment, SLYTHERIN FOREVER. I am clearly up to no good.) 
 Mischief Managed (3) 
Mischief Managed (4) 
Mischief Managed (2) .
Wizarding Faire:

  • Skin: My Ugly Dorothy - The Good Lady
  • Cloak: FATEplay Cloak - Drake - Medium - Serpent
  • Shoes: Lassitude & Ennui Batty Shoes in green/silver
  • Book: Schadenfreude Curious Flora (wearing)
  • Wand: Schadenfreude Celestial Wand


  • Pants: Plastik Elizabeth Mesh Pants in Darkness
  • Eyes: NP Lunar eyes in Lettuce
  • Glasses: Lassitude & Ennui Pince-Nex "Steampunk" silver
  • Hair: Little Heaven Quentin Silver (vintage)
  • Shirt: Schadenfreude Ivory Oxford
  • Collar and tie: Schadenfreude You-Know-Who necktie pack with oxford collar
  • Hands: Slink fist and casual

Today's title comes from the poem Love Letter to a Stranger by Jenny Browne.

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