Tag Archives: Treasures

Fallout 76: Wastelanders Progress Report

Yesterday I reached Level 96 with my newest character, Yordie. Things are going well but I haven’t rushed forward into all of the higher level quests even though I’m looking forward to more of the new content. The Road Less … Continue reading

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Exploring Calas Galadhon & Environs

Last night I returned to the newly updated Calas Galadhon and adjacent ten sims. I was excited to see all the changes Truck & Ty had made, but instead of an orderly exploration, I found myself running around hither and … Continue reading

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Calas Galadhon Reveal !!

About a month ago, the amazing sims of Calas Galadhon closed. Truck Meredith and Tymus Tenk wanted to do some major revisions and they’ve been giving out little glimpses on their blog. But today, they sent out a notice to … Continue reading

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Hosoi Ichiba Gone

A short while ago I published a story on iRez Salon, it is title “Hosoi Ichiba Gone”. The title prepares you for the body of the article. I hope you’ll take a moment to read it.

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It Feels A Lot Like Christmas

The Calas Galadhon sim group is a marvel to me. There are always attractions during holidays but most of all this charming region changes with seasons. I’m drawn to Calas when my soul needs uplifting, and Calas never disappoints. Last week, co-owner Ty Tenk told me the Christmas Pavillion … Continue reading

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Originally posted on I Rez Therefore I Am:
My first Gemme Six article featured the Hosoi Ichiba sim group. Unlike other games, the places we love are subject to radical change. A couple of weeks ago it looked like this beautiful group…

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Learning About Japanese History

I began writing about Hosoi Ichiba for iRez salon about a month ago, it was the first of my Gemme Six articles. There are many unique scenes in Amiryu Hosoi’s stylized trip into Japanese History, to the Edo period when … Continue reading

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