Titans Hollow – a fantasy faire Sim

The Amazing hanging lantern buildings and glowing plants of the Titans Hollow sim is designed and sponsored by Elicio Ember of Cerridwen’s Cauldron.

SLURL and store list can be found here

Now, Elico has gotten back to me about the insperation behind her amazing build. He told me that the original name for the sim was “Caras Calar, which is Elvish for “Lantern City”, but the name of the region was changed to “Titan’s Hollow”, to make it easier for people that have trouble with Elvish pronunciation.” Which is why he went with his amazing glowing floating Lantern shops. Which where inspired in part by and episode of the TV show Avatar the last air bender, which featured a temple in a cliff. He changed it to big lanterns dangling from chains among rocks for aesthetic reasons.

The shops are a mix of mesh and normal prims, AND you can own several different version of them! He has them for sale in his store on the sim! One is even a Relay item! I plan to pick one up later this week, they are just so stunning I MUST own one! As well as some of his amazing glowing orchids.

The pathway up among the rocks and lanterns looks to be clear, but its not AND like Searlait, who did Evensong Woods, they are made so you don’t fall off them! YAY!

I have to say this is one of my favorite sims this year. It’s just stunning.



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This is so far, my favorite photo I have taken of Fantasy Faire, and it was pure accident. I was moving the camera around and everything just lined up perfect for this shot.



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You can see all my photos of this amazing sim at this link here

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