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Travel back in time to visit one of the many historical role-playing communities in Second Life.


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1920s Chicago

1920s Chicago

With a gangster on every corner, the Chicago of the 1920s is alive with action as daily battles rage over control of the city's bootlegging rackets. Explore the historic city with its speakeasies, jazz clubs, and dark alleyways. Chicago also offers events such as live music and DJ's at their many speakeasys.

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Amiville, Colorado

Amiville, Colorado

Nestled among the hills and mountains of Colorado, the bustling town of Amiville is home to a variety of peoples, flora and fauna. A modest town in size, yet featuring businesses of convenience such as saloons, banks, bakeries, courthouse, church, funeral parlor and more. Cowboys gather at the the local saloon, humorously named "the Tipsy Maiden" where they drink, socialize, tell their tall tales or gape at the dance-hall girls.

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Virtual Pioneers

Virtual Pioneers

This is a group of historically-minded avatars that enjoy using Virtual Environments to learn and explore. Please join them in Second Life at the bi-weekly meetings where they tour or have historically themed events. More info at: virtualpioneers.weebly.com.

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Civil War Roleplay

Civil War Roleplay

Welcome to this authentic American Civil War roleplay area. Set in 1862, join a place where the Union and Confederate armies skirmish while the citizens just try to get by. Brother against brother, cousin against cousin... Who will ultimately take glory and carry the day?

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WWII Central - Operation Market Garden

WWII Central - Operation Market Garden

WWII Central is the ultimate World War II-based combat experience in Second Life. It's based on Operation Market Garden, NL 1944. Geared towards VICE weaponry and vehicles, it’s the only area that allows for direct access to over 40 combat regions for warship and aircraft combat, with WWII Central serving as the regions for both infantry and vehicular combat.

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Battle of the Bulge

Battle of the Bulge

The Battle Of The Bulge combat area is based on a snowy area in the Belgian Ardennes and features an interactive flag capturing system. There are destructible parts of the environment, as well as a varied landscape that extends from the forest and wheat fields into a small city center! Made for VICE vehicles and infantry.

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Gion Kobu Hanamachi

Gion Kobu Hanamachi

Gion Kobu Hamachi is a Japanese Edo period role play region circa 1867. The region is run by the geisha of Karyukai Okiya, Second Life's first geisha community. They provide live entertainment in the form of Japanese ozashiki or banquets, dance shows, and traditional seasonal festivals. The region contains two tea houses, an indoor and outdoor theater, Shinto shrine, park lands, and an new art gallery.

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London 1940 the Blitz

London 1940 the Blitz

Step through the Time Portal in the laboratory and visit London in 1940, during the height of the Blitz in World War 2. Have a beer at the pub, dance the night away at the Trocadero club, go shopping in some of the best vintage shops of SL, see the damage done by the Luftwaffe... and when the sirens go... run!

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Amazon Celt

Amazon Celt

Come to Amazon Celt for role playing in the land of the Amazons! Low fantasy in 100 BC Celtic Gaul setting. Ancient, warlike, violent and untamed, prove your mettle at Amazon Celt!

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Sonora West

Sonora West

Travel to the forgotten town of Sonora, Arizona.

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