Yes! They are here, your favourite skins from previous events are back home as part of the regular collection of skins! Joy, Kandi and Moroi are available both in the main store inworld Second Life as well as on the Second Life marketplace.
What is included?
Joy and Kandi includes Catwa, SLINK and Maitreya appliers plus a classic avatar skin as body base. You can choose between three skin tones (sand, honey and chai) or grab the fatpack with discount.
Moroi is only available in the pale skin tone sand, minding the gothic theme of the skin, minding there are few suntanned vampires out there ;)
Our debut in Skin Addictions annual Black Friday sale! It will be great, of course :)
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Esther skin is all about memories. A face showing evidence of a long and full life, age marks and wrinkles, full of memories. It comes in one skin tone, option for no brows and includes Catwa and Omega appliers plus a classic avatar skin as body base. A free demo is provided so you can try how the appliers works with your mesh head or body.
Fortune teller skin Katitzi, Deluxe Body Factory’s exclusive item available at Scala Freakshow Carnivale! The skin pack comes in one skin tone and includes a classic avatars skin, Catwa and Omega appliers. Free demos available.
About the event
A full-sim Halloween shopping event which runs from October 28th to November 13th, 2016.
Some words from the organisers:
Welcome to this warm desert town.
There’s nobody here, except the old circus crew with their Lion Man, the Three-Arm Sisters, the Tallest Man on Earth, and the Bearded Woman.
We are living in the 20’s and 30’s. Vintage years, no electrical lights, dusty roads with circus carriages scattered around. An old circus tent stands like a proud “old lady” that knows the end is near.
Visitors don’t even dare to enter.
Freaked by the weird people they see inside, “curiosity killed the cat” and they just don’t move, looking through the rusted fence, placed by the circus crew just a few hours ago. Those who do dare to enter, will live an amazing experience of fear, distrust, and loneliness.
The word is out.
People from the nearby towns are reaching out to buy the tickets for this Freak Show. It’s the very same weirdness, the very same curiosity that calls them to come and see things and people they never thought even existed. But they exist. Oh yes, they do.
And they are alive at FREAKSHOW – Carnivale.