I have a new mystery object for you all. Dragondancer is well known for her clever ideas, dimension-wise and today’s mystery object comes from Granny’s Pantry by Shadowdance@Icewatch, one of Dragondancer’s alts. If you look closely at the stove in Granny’s Pantry, it emits a cloud of steam. A bunch of us dimensioneers (Hello Anneleigh, Kumberlin, Embri and Ruby!) were wondering what made the steam. We finally figured it out and now it’s your turn. Can you guess what made the steam in the video below? I’ll give you a hint, it’s more than one item.
Inside the Bogling Star Signs puzzle showing the 5 blue lamps.
The Boggling Boggle dimension is the most beautiful dimension in the game. Owning the Boggle can only be achieved by solving the Eastern Holdings puzzle, Bogling Star Signs. As with all Storm Legion Puzzles, the first step is acquiring all the artifacts for the collection, Bogling Star Signs.
The artifacts for this collection drop from fishing and artifact-collecting in Eastern Holdings. Once the artifact collection is complete, take it to the artifact collector and hand in. He’ll give you a collection of missing pages. Take these pages to Omi, along with six M’doidoi dolls, and trade them in for the completed book, Bogling Star Signs. Omi can be found in the canal near the Manufactory in Tempest Bay (10558, 10617). Read the book and add it to your book collection. That book is the key that allows you access to the puzzle. Without having collected the book, the puzzle will remain inert. Continue Reading
The Silky Venom Guild Hall Opening and Recruitment Party!
7pm to 8pm Friday the 29th of March on Greybriar.
Silky Venom invites you to party.
Yes, the Silky Venom guild hall is finally finished and we’re having a grand opening party to celebrate! If you love dimensions or are looking for a medium sized, medium level raiding guild that loves dimensions, then come along and join us for the fun. It’s a great opportunity to meet and get to know the folks at Silky Venom.
Bring your favorite squirrels to fight in the squirrel arena, ride the jumping ramps or take a spin on the dance floor. We’ll be giving away random prizes for the best costumes on the dance floor. For quieter moments, enjoy the extensive gardens, or sit in the mahogany room. Even the officer tower will be open to the public for this event.
The party bar. Design by Lightofthemoon of Silky Venom@Greybriar.
Once all the design decisions have been made, it’s time to get down to work. A big project like a guild hall needs many hands working to build it. Placing 2000 dimension items is a huge job but gathering raw materials to make items, finding crafters with dimension recipes and locating people with the notoriety for buying gated dimension items is just as important. It needs a bunch of people to build a guild hall – dare I say a committee? Continue Reading
Riotous colours announce spring. Sneak peak from Silky Venom Guild Hall, Greybriar.
Seems to me it’s time for another challenge. Yes, the Dimensions Challenge 2013 is back! This time our theme is ‘One Perfect Spring Day. It could be early spring with snow still lying on the ground, the first signs of life struggling to emerge, or the warm, sunny days of late spring with flowers in full bloom.’ Not that your dimension must be all flowers, it could be any activity that fits a spring day. To me, spring is a time of renewing, shaking off the winter blues and energizing for the long warm days ahead. Continue Reading
Ah, that elusive +1 recommending a dimension to the public. It seems that the more votes a dimension has, the more it receives while equally excellent dimensions lower in the field struggle to be noticed. This regular series looks at the best a shard has to offer with one condition – the dimension is not already in the top 10 on the shard. Anyone can find the top 10 but ferreting out those lesser known gems for appreciation is a job for the incorrigible dimension-hopper.
I’ve picked the recommended dimensions for their style, innovation or entertainment value; they all have that elusive quality that made me go wow! This post, I recommend under-appreciated dimensions on Icewatch. Continue Reading
Boats made into a public space add a strong graphical element to the dimension.
As an Australian, my architectural heritage is firmly English with a scattering of U.S.A. Occasionally, a little bit of Asia may creep in but otherwise it’s very traditional. Travelling to the European shards, I encounter dimensions with heritages I’m less familiar with. It gives me an opportunity to explore how other cultures view public and private space albeit slightly warped by the builder’s imagination. RDD – Shao Dra by Atraius@Akala is one of those dimensions that hint at cultures beyond my experience. Continue Reading