In March, it was posted more land was reclaimed. When Daniel Voyager visited, all he could see was the Villas of Helvellyn.
The Free Town of Helvellyn is a charming community with a distinct Southern European flavor. We are a nautical community and a safe harbor for your Mainland cruises. We offer art galleries, a cafe, live events, residential and commercial
203/154/23), much of the area was still intact. This included the Rill'Arts Gallery, a couple ships, a drawbridge not far away. But it was clear much had been lost. To the northwest, there were segments of bridge, and some buildings were floating or on rough land without any sidewalks or anything next to them.
Most of Murihead was gone, save a stretch of beach, roads ending just past the sim border and the terrain dropping in height. Much of Munck was gone. Brooks was cleared and bought by someone. Kirkstone seemed mostly intact, but a stratch of bridge was missing and a building looked partially disassembled. The southern part of Grizedale looked like someone was rebuilding the area. Most of Hardknott looked cleared, though there was a wooded area left, and the coast had some walkway and beach. Whinlatter looked intact.
Daniel Voyager reported that the founder of the community was having to soon stop his land tier payments, and was hoping others could take over. Thankfully in that case, others were able to take over and give the place as it was Sadly, while it seems East River will survive this crisis, much of the land will be gone.
Hat tip: Daniel Voyager
Source: Second Life Forums
Ah, now I recognize the area ...ReplyDelete
... very sad, it was awesome.
We, at least I, was came there 2 or 3 times along while the Grid Drives.
I seen a lot empty lands ... while the (surely awesome) Bellisseria growing steady.
The 'regular' Mainland have now so much unused space, where could happening some 'decorations' like these great, natural looking towns ...
... and also a clean up of the 'general/mature-mix'-mess.