Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Enchanted Frost Hunt Gifts: Roawenwood

The latest MadPea Game, tha Enchanted Frost Hunt, attracts many player from the first minute. The hunt is tricky, so if you need extra help, join our inworld group and have a look at our Facebook page. Each day you get a photo hint.

When you found all memories of the princess you will be rewarded with 15 gifts of our awesome vendors. Today we talk to Searlait Nitschke, owner of Roawenwood:



Searlait Nitschke: Roawenwood has the means meant to suit role players and fantasy aficionados with a broad range of items to choose from.  Chores, work sets, furniture, clothing, prefabs, a line for petite folk, and quite a bit more if one is adventurous enough to wander the store.  Specializing in high quality in look, feel, animations and appeal with an acute attention to detail the only other thing we're prouder of is our willingness to work with the customer.  Customer support is a high priority that I take very seriously, whether is is a suggestion or two.... or even a complaint.

Really honestly, I love what I do.  I love creating and hearing the stories of what people come up with when they decorate their home, sim, or small corner of SL with the things that I make up.  It's a great thrill that started way back in 2006 and one that I hope to continue for some time.

And see here the nice prize for the hunters:



Searlait Nitschke: I took a spin off of the story for the hunt and created a little spot.  Enid and the sorcerer are meant to spend the days together, he enjoying her company while she hasn't a clue where she's from.  In that vein my prize consists of a way to while away the hours.  A white crystalline harp specially crafted with a stool in deep blue velvet and silver thread to go along with it.  The harp plays a single song, and the stool has 3 different embedded animations.  Playing the harp, and two sits so you can use it elsewhere or relax.

The other part of the piece is a set of reclining pillows so company can listen in, recline, relax or even have a bite to eat, (rezzes plate of food when needed).  Rounding it out are decorative accents, matching rug and potted tree all done in silvers, and blues.

How to start the hunt: http://madpea.blogspot.de/2012/11/the-enchanted-frost-hunt-how-to-start.html



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