This large, whimsical, and eclectic Victorian steampunk community stretches over fifty regions in Second Life. Welcome to 19th century Victoria City and the numerous towns and countryside beyond.
A historically inspired fantasy and science fiction expo featuring steampunk, dieselpunk, aetherpunk, historical and various styles for roleplay, and more! The event is housed in a mysterious undersea location by Walton Wainwright. The event runs from March 20th to April 20th. More info at: secondlifesyndicate.com/events/syndicate-events/engine-room
Chrono Shatter is a place that resides in its own time making the lost, found, and the impossible, plausible. This is an Anime Roleplay Steampunk theme but does not mean you have to be a roleplayer to enjoy the area. The steam for the destination is magic which opens up a lot more inspiration. The lore makes being different easy to fit in.
Beautiful vistas await the visitor at every turn and include spots that are ideal for quiet moments as well as more community fun-oriented spots. Steampunky by nature, Flyte is also a romantic destination where visitors are encouraged to take the Flyte Tour upon arrival where they will see the entire region with many photo/cuddle spots.
Asiza’s Islands of Love is longtime SL Resident Asiza Wolf’s latest project: a series of floating islands, connected by bridges, featuring flyable dragons and steampunk ships, areas for quiet contemplation and meditation, a concert stage, and possibly the hottest Salsa Club in SL located inside an active volcano!
Nestled in the Carpathian Mountains of Europa Wulfenbach, a small village quietly hides developments of mad science. Explore surrounding ruins on old forest paths, or take a seat and watch the sunset over the highland lakes. A strong gaslamp-fantasy theme can be experienced at this location, and various gatherings happen on a regular basis. Whatever it may be, there's something for role-players, travelers and photographers alike.
Come see the Unzipped main store for clothing and accessories for steampunk, Victorian, gothic, cyberpunk, demons and many other genres. Explore the region to find mysterious hidden places perfect for photography or machinima. Tesla Isle has much to offer for the imagination, not only for the role player but for those who looking to immerse themselves discovery or just relax in a surreal atmosphere.
Steelhead Bay is a steampunk-inspired location with a 19th century American-Victorian vibe.
The City State of New Babbage is the longest continuously running Steampunk community and city in Second Life. They are also not RP enforced and visitors are welcome to come and explore the “What If” scenario of Steampunk being played out. There are regular events and parties as well!
Jadida Mondrago, capital of the Republic of Cala Mondrago, is a sunny, Moorish island city-state in the Mediterranean, influenced by Steampunk and Dieselpunk, roughly from the year 188x. Tourists are welcome to visit. Roleplay participation is optional. The Mondragon islands are a longtime fixture of the Steamlands and are busy with residents from other steampunk-themed regions, wanderers, companions, and diplomats. It has a busy port with warehouses full of coffee, bolts of silk, bags of spices, more coffee, machinery and engineering tools from workshops across Africa and Arabia, and more coffee.
NeoVictoria is a unique dark roleplay environment crafted with a Steampunk aesthetic. So many races exist: faeries, demons and clockwerk constructs (powered by gears and rune-craft), humans, vampires, werebeasts, and celestials. All held against the ravages of time by magic, intrigue, and human ingenuity.
Experience fine dining in the decadent surroundings of the Steamland's most infamous hotel, Brunel Hall. Set in the steampunk surrounds of New Babbage, Brunel Hall is famous for classic styling, and has been featured in numerous magazines and machinima. Come on by and grab a table at this non-roleplay restaurant, no reservations needed!
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