Divers looking for rare sea life have given a thumbs up to a “micro-diving location in Tulagi, right alongside Archerfield Airfield (link). The location is full of sea rays, jellyfish, and much more, and divers say that they love that they can fly into SLAL and pop down for such ocean views. Follow the previous link to find it.
Waterbank University biologists are rushing to Antiquity to see the boars in a previous time.
“They’re the size of rhinos,” one exclaimed. “Even the Archerfield Asper Ass (actually a boar) isn’t as big!”
Biologists believe that the boars are the predecessors of today’s boars, and merit further study.
A town has been recreated to showcase vintage fashion and goods, and visitors are loving it.
“I stepped on a poodle dog!” Exclaimed one excited shopper.
“I stepped in the poodle dog’s %^$#, and didn’t care – this place is so fun!” Said another.
Link to the town here (link)
Two more choices for urban travelers; Asphyxiation, a crime ridden and dark urban roleplay, and Ardennes, a “micro-nation” that “has 3 phases of development spread across 10 different sims.”
The expansive destination of Antiquity is a late 18th century world that has been only partly civilized. There are royal courts and scenic parks, yet travelers looking to take part in royal intrigues or skirmishes on the sea still have to brave bandits and suspicious locals. There is something for everyone, all with SPD combat (optional) and a money HUD.
Travelers seeking to role play in this exciting destination may want to bring their own vessel for excitement on the seas (Furia – Blackstone Rose Shipyards link), or take a horse to speed along land journeys (Waterhorse link)
First time visitors are encouraged to acquaint themselves with the greeting room first, then can take a guided tour (which you can hop off when you like) to see this brave new world.
Introduction notecard follows after the jump if you want a head start: Read More
Travel agents are only beginning to know what adventure travelers in the Tulagi region have known for some time; there are a lot of things to discover.
Even as combat continues, the region is full of mysteries and ruins from the past, such as this bombed out theater near an airfield.
“You never know what you’ll find,” said one Explorer’s Club member.
Dutch Harbor has doubled its GTFO docks, making the shopping and boating hub one of the most traveled destinations in the wider Blake area. Visitors have also reported that the island has added more stores and finally opened some of the tunnel network under the island to the public.