Duché de Coeur: Tempus Fugit

Tatiana Dokuchic
17 Oct 2016 01:01:44PM

Tempus Fugit ~ Time Flies

Seems like just yesterday I was setting up my first little shop beside my fellow SL merchant, Trasgo (@trasgo-beaumont).  Back in 2008 I had no idea where my SL adventure would take me and I'm delighted that I'm still enjoying the journey in which the Duché de Coeur has played a prominent role.

Now that the dust has settled a bit on the LHVW construction, I've turned my attention to the groups that I manage here.  I was a bit shocked to see that nothing had been reported in the Coeur's group for years now!  I'll place most of the blame on Ning and the way it handled groups.  I always felt that groups were a bit buried under the old structure and so I focused my efforts on reporting DdC news through the "main" channels.

With this fresh start, I'll see if I can be a bit more proactive in using this group.

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So what's been happening in the Duché de Coeur.

Back-in-the-day, the historical community as a whole spent a lot of effort trying to establish roleplay systems that were both popular & sustainable.  This is a fascinating & complex topic (for which we really should launch another discussion) and there are a lot of lessons to be learned along the way. 

I'm happy to report that the Coeur's has settled into an "active" farming/crafting rp under the banner of the Queen's Hamlet Co-op.   It's fun, relaxed, and suits our country sensibilities perfectly.  It's also great to see the land being used in a manner that is historically accurate.

Speaking of history; living in 18thC France involves a love of history which is expressed in various ways including the details of our enivironment.   Forming a closer connection with Rocca Sorrentina established a wonderful partnership that enhances the historical aspects of both our fair lands.

Living History indeed!


So what have you been up to?  Where are you living? Are you still roleplaying? Have you been creating?  Tell us your news & let's catch up!