Merry Chase
Avatar: merrytricks
VW: Second Life

Location: North Bay Area, California
Country: US
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Goodness knows how old Merry Chase is. She's already awfully old in the 1780s, at Rocca Sorrentina, and she looks unchanged --- still ancient --- though slightly updated in fashion --- when seen decades later in the 1810s at Port Austen, Regency Somerset, Antiquity Argyle. 

Sometimes, the old bat dreams she's a little lamb, scampering in the fields of Raglan Shire. (Whether in Rocca Sorrentina, Regency Somerset, or Raglan Shire, she has a strange affinity for places with the initials RS, hasn't she?) 

Merry's activities include leading "Foray," a Regency era literary society, building a succession of exhibits on tarot history, and reading tarot professionally for private individuals. Rumor has her involved in some sort of secret spiritualist society in Rocca Sorrentina but of course that would be a secret. 

Merry first came to virtual worlds to join a virtual writers' group. You can find Virtual Writers Inc at Milk Wood in SL, and at .  For a sample of Merry's poetry or her theory on tarot, visit  and please feel free to leave comments. Merry loves comments. 

For a tarot consultation, inquire at and tell them VW sent you. Or say you're a friend of RS. 


Summer Serendipity
02 Jan 2014 05:10:44PM @summer-serendipity:

I feel we know each other quite well already, Merry. Would you do me the honor of official friendship? ( ;

Candace Ducatillon
06 Feb 2014 09:21:35PM @candace-ducatillon:

... with pleasure Merry!

Lady Aphrodite Macbain
10 Feb 2014 12:30:52PM @lady-aphrodite-macbain:

I am so glad to be your friend!

Lorsagne de Sade
08 Aug 2014 12:17:49PM @lorsagne-de-sade:

We are going to have to shame that scandalous quack of a doctor who got you drunk...he has now cast aspersions at Lorsagne's godfather's medical knowledge, as well as that of the 17th century scientist in Mexico who theorized (correctly) that yellow fever is carried by tiny insects from lagoons, aka, mosquitos. Perhaps if the Society of Jesus had not been suppressed the cure would have been accepted and lives would have been saved. Ah, the arrogance of he European "doctors." . . . .