Sometimes I like to participate in the build challenges but I like to use CC so I don’t enter, I just want someone to look at my hard work! I just do it for the glory 😉
Here’s a library I built for my Cal’Dasha tribe! – The Hall of Enlightenment
A temple I built in Windenburg. – Sacred Waters
(It’s actually a pool but there’s a religious feel to it)
My attempt at a castle-inspired build! It’s really just a fancy rest stop for visitors to the ruins haha! – The Forgotten Fort
One of my favorites for my Cal’Dasha tribe! – Temple Malana
More spiritual swimming – The Quarry
The Lake House – a sweet cabin on a lake!
The Hall Of Enlightenment .2 – a redo
The Pink Oasis – a building challenge that I did not win but learned a lot from haha
The Grey Box – my only modern build ever. In the history of my life
BnS52 The Hewes-Kesslers – one of my favorite attempts at a town house
Anasazi Temple – when I started the Ojas tribe I decided to rebuild and repopulate the whole town. Everything is being rebuilt in whatever “time period” the tribe is in at the time. This is an ancient temple. IT IS ONE OF MY BEST BUILDS!
Visiting White Rock – the sacred white rocks where the water is falling
The Monk’s Brewery – another pyramid build where ancient monks prayed and brewed beer. It’s quiet and peaceful here!
The Ojas Sacred Grounds – A darker build. Still mostly rock, but it’s where the Ojas sacrifice the Sheba!
The Pirate’s Cave – On the sunny shores of the river that runs through Granite Falls is a cave. If you enter you’ll find a staircase that leads you to a secret hideout!
Helfavatn and the Solveig Family – I needed a little backstory for The Pirate’s Cave, so here is another family to live in my Ojas world! And their beautiful little home.
The Temple of Anu – A mysterious little cell where the ancient Anu will worship! OOOhhh scary! Who are the ancient Anu?!
The Monk’s House – The Fae’Lann monks live down the street from the Ojas and they have a beautiful temple to live in!
Puta El Secreto – A dark rock in the middle of the hot desert. A mysterious place where the waters can heal and soothe your aching bones.