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Wednesday, May 05, 2004

THE GALAXY OF THE FATE!

"This is my Phobos Project," Damien Fate tells me, "mainly to enhance the experience of Second Life to new users." A melange of gleaming, futuristic trimmings and ancient architecture, Phobos includes an apartment complex (no rent charged, to newcomers) and an area where beginning residents' best work is made available for sale.

"But there's something else here which I also always wanted to do," Fate tells me conspiratorially, "but only by using this can you find a hidden secret..."

And then he shows me the secret trigger which transports us into another realm. And at his request, that trigger, dear reader, must remain a secret-- though the first two screenshots may reveal its location.

Trigger pulled, we plunge through darkness, and into a hidden, wondrous place, revealed only when you make the trip to Phobos, and find Damien Fate's trigger for yourself.

Or if you prefer, here in New World Notes, when you click the link below.

A sun, a wealth of planets, and several constellations of stars, whipping around us-- a micro-macrocosm.

"You can also walk the stars," Damien Fate tells me, smiling. "best done in first-person [view]." He steps into a roaring stream of stars, and begins walking up them, as if they were a spiral staircase. While others create garganutan builds, Damien Fate has taken a tiny room, and transformed it into a galaxy. (Or as my namesake might put it, he's bound himself up in an nutshell, and counted himself the king of infinite space.)

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Comments

Shiny!

Posted by: Ezhar Fairlight at May 5, 2004 9:24:12 AM

Lol, I love how the last name makes me sound like a megalomaniac :D Great post :D

Posted by: Damien Fate at May 5, 2004 5:20:03 PM

the stumbling, bubbling lady was fascinated. Exceptional taste. hopefully, nobody will ever hear "I told you so".

Posted by: polka at May 7, 2004 9:17:09 PM

Next time she reads or walks on by she will wink.

Posted by: polka at May 7, 2004 9:23:37 PM

one day and for only one hour he told her he would dance and she was completely ready if the fox could handle it. her glimmering eyes smiled because she was more human than ever when her friend was there.

Posted by: polka at May 7, 2004 9:47:17 PM

january was a bad month and there are so many unlucky numbers. please be my friend as i need no more bugs but I need to have the focus tool explained to me so i can zoom. the artistic genius who created this sight has immense love within their heart. this knowledge makes the artist shine like a star- a super nova exploding a brand new living galaxy.

Posted by: polka at May 7, 2004 10:08:57 PM