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The Lion Landmarks

What is a Lion parcel?

View across the Eden Estate from the top of the Water Temple

The Eden Estate has many land parcels among the tropical islands that are spread across all our sims.  But sometimes, tenants on our land parcels require a greater prim allowance, perhaps for an exotic house.  As a result, some parcels in a sim may not have enough prim allowance to make it viable as a rentable location.  In the past, Elbag has simply placed a free-roaming lion on the island to show to passers-by that the land is unoccupied but unavailable (He’s not known for his sublty).  So, rather than have empty, barren parcels lying around, Brenda Hoisin has constructed low-prim landmarks (all are made from 30 prims or fewer) that not only make the Estate more attractive, but also act as a distinctive aid to navigation for the many sailors in the waters around Eden. Here are some of them. You are more than welcome to go and explore!


The Water Temple – click here to visit


The Pyramid – click here to visit

The Pyramid at Eden Goldcrest


The Grecian Temple – click here to visit

The Grecian Temple at Eden Sparrow


The Medieval Docks Crane – click here to visit

The Medieval Docks Crane


 

3 responses to “The Lion Landmarks

  1. Editorial Team

    6 June 2012 at 6:09 pm

    Thanks go to Brenda for supplying the slurls to the various ‘Lion’ landmarks. They’ve already been included in our ‘permanent links’ page at the SL Naturist blog!

     
  2. Jenni Eales

    6 November 2012 at 10:32 pm

    Cool! Guess I will have to raise sails soon to find all these objects in the neighbourhood 🙂

     
  3. brendahoisin

    31 January 2013 at 2:26 pm

    You can find out more about Ella’s visit to the Lion Landmarks of Eden at this webpage. http://theslnaturist.wordpress.com/2012/06/06/the-lion-landmarks-at-eden-naturopolis/

     

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