Meeroo Matchmaking


Many of S’anne’s friends in the Jewell Theatre had expressed some interest in these things called Meeroo’s, so I decided to surprise S’anne and bought her a bundle for their release day, as well as one for myself. They were cute little creatures and she was so excited when she found out she had some. We joined the Jewell Theatre fellowship and had a great time with these little things.


Later when talking to Fake, I’m not sure how it came about, but we’d figured out that if you bred them on certain times they would be born in certain seasons and be prime for breeding. So the Meeroo Matchmaking was formed, we would hatch a set amount of nests at a certain time so people could buy meeroos that were ready to breed so they didn’t miss a cycle if they didn’t already have a breeding pair. It worked out really well and became very popular. For the longest of time nobody else was doing this, they were trying to sell their rarest of ‘roos for stupidly high prices, while we were selling budget ‘roos on mass.


As time went on it got to the point that others figured out what we were doing and how we were doing and began to copy us. By then though we had multiple stores in the hot spots, we had a name, a huge amount of stock and we’d made a killing from being the only ones doing it. On top of this, because we were pumping out so many ‘roos we were finding higher quality ones which were going for ridiculous amounts on auctions. So it got to the point that when other people started doing what we were doing, we were in a position to step in and buy their stock that was undercutting us then use it to turn a profit.


It was a very exciting time and one of my fondest of memories as there was so many of us working together… And of course, we were making plenty of Lindens at the same time! I do tend to miss the social side of Meeroo Matchmaking though. After this I became quite reclusive.







After Iaomai I brought Alestra back from the dead (I’d created her in the past as Earalia Nolan kept telling me how she missed Alestra – from our Neverwinter days) and started dabbling in odd stores. I firstly created ‘AV Designs’ which focused mostly in accessories of a darker nature, high boots, spiked jewellery, milk maid equipment, etc. but on a whim I picked up this pack to make my own sculpted bears. I created the bears then added accessories, like a whip or such, some sort of theme. In any case this bear seemed to be more popular than any of my other products and eventually I called them “ClingerZ!” and formed [AV] & ClingerZ!

[AV] became the darker side of my store, while ClingerZ! became a very light and cutesy side. As it turned out, in the battle of Light vs. Dark, the light side prevailed and became the more popular of the two stores. So, I ended up closing down [AV] and focusing all my attention on ClingerZ!

I invested some of what I earned in to new sculpties, which now gave me three versions, I also updated them to include a script so you could change the textures of each limb part individually and then I began work on creating themes, which was quite fun. I managed to put together a huge selection of different creatures, from things like kajira (with colour changing silks!), gangsters, to things for your usual themed holidays.

Making ClingerZ! was a very fun time in my life and really kept me busy, unfortunately for reasons I can’t quite remember, I ended up closing down ClingerZ!




When I returned to Second Life I found myself bouncing around the grid, from one sim to another with no real anchor anywhere. I’d lost that desire to socialise, to meet new people, make new friends, then only to have them leave and repeat the cycle. So I wandered and eventually I landed in Iaomai which was quite odd seeing as I didn’t really enjoy Gor, I’d attempted to read the books in the past but couldn’t get past the style in which they were written.


In any case, Iaomai was very different to what I had experienced of Gor in Second Life. It was more of a sanctuary and school, where girls could be educated while also being protected. It was very different and quite refreshing, so I ended up spending a little more time than normal in Iaomai, eventually making it a place I spent all of my time.


Now, Iaomai is a very special place to me, not so much because of what it was but because of what I found there. I met a lovely girl there by the name of S’anne Theas, who I grew very fond of, eventually to the stage where we ended up courting for a set period, before I claimed her as my own. It was so special and different in that I had come here with no intentions of finding a girl to wear my collar or even become intimate with. Well, those that know me know the rest of the story. S’anne and I began meeting in real life, escalating our relationship to the point that she now wears my collar and my ring in Real Life. She is my wife, my girl and the mother of my Daughter.


As for Iaomai, eventually it fell to pieces but, I made so many friends in Iaomai and ended up through S’anne, finding our toy Chandni Khondji and the Jewell Theatre, but those come in later entries!

Supreme Fetishist

After Coitus I was quite burnt out, I’d lost a lot of friends over these periods and was feeling quite alone. I ventured to Supreme Fetishist where I spent a lot of my time just hanging, not doing anything of importance… It was quite refreshing just to be a face in the crowd for a change.

Eventually I became a little more involved in the Club by setting up the “D/s Finder” which was basically a match making service for Dominants and submissives. It was just an experiment initially but it actually became quite popular and managed to connect a few people. This was also about the time that Aidan came to be and soon enough he took over from Kaline as he became my ‘me’.

In the Supreme Fetishist I made great friends with Genvieve Hutchence who to this day is still somebody I have contact with. I also become quite good friends with Laserhop Rothschild, Sharon Tiger and Sippie Babcock to name a few. Unfortunately with me dropping Kaline, I lost a lot of contacts and only really stayed in touch with those that had known me on a closer level.

Eventually the Supreme Fetishist starting host slave auctions, which I became the head auctioneer for. It was a very lucrative event for the club and for myself and surprisingly actually created some lasting relationships. There were unfortunately only a few of these I did before I eventually burnt myself out and had to take a break from Second Life, a long break.

Sigma Epsilon Chi

The idea of Sigma Epsilon Chi was to be a place in which initially Krystal and I could take our regular clients somewhere private without having to go through the lag of returning to the club. After some time we brought Calypso, Deanna and Autumn on boar and it turned in to something else entirely; A Sorority.

We pooled our money each month and paid off the rent for a relatively large plot of land, in which we created a sorority house which basically consisted of a large lounge/dance area, a pool area and multiple skyboxes for when privacy was needed. It wasn’t a club, far from it, it was a place in which the five of us just had fun with people we knew. However, it grew and soon we began training up other girls, we were given the choice of staying with The Barbie Club or shutting down SEX, we stuck with SEX and many TBC girls decided to join us.

The beauty of SEX was that we ended up making a lot of connections as we were purely about the fun, yet still managed to remain profitable. We were training staff for Club Coitus, Club Arsheba and Supreme Fetishist. We had our own brand of merchandise to go with our own bike that was used in races. In time a sixth sister bought in to the Sorority, Kathryn Heyse, who brought further connections which left us in a very strong position.

The time of SEX was a very fond period of my time in Second Life where I met some wonderful people and really branched out in to the world of Second Life. Unfortunately as Sisters began to leave the game, the heart that was there began to weaken and the joy that we once had was no longer felt. The connection remained though and the bond that we shared was important. We ended up closing down Sigma Epsilon Chi, while keeping the group so all could keep in touch and keep that ‘network’ open. Calypso was given Club Coitus and the sim St. Barts by Acid Tripp, she asked me to shadow run the sim/club so our paths went there, Deanna joined us with her scripting know how and we ended up making a new friend, Kitty Barnett.



The Barbie Club


When I first came to Second Life I didn’t come as Aidan Rosenberg but as Kaline Lycia after a friend from Neverwinter Nights told me about Second Life and how you could make money from ERP (Erotic Role Play). So I hopped on board and created my first avatar who was instantly given a huge collection of folders, dragged to Gurl6 for some hair, then guided in making my avatar look “sexy” before being brought to The Barbie Club.


The Barbie Club was a nightclub that was ran by Stacey Sugar and a co-owner whose name completely eludes me at this point. It was quite an eyesore of a club with the bright pink everywhere and anywhere, but it fit the theme and people must not have minded seeing as it was always busy to the point of nearly always being full. Back then it was the place to be, especially if you were an employee there as there was always customers throwing Lindens at you for minimal effort.


I quickly made many friends in The Barbie Club, befriending many of the girls there, in particular I made friends with Nadia Tempura who ended up becoming Stacey’s girlfriend. This coupled with my popularity as a Dancer/Escort escalated me up the ranks quite quickly and I was taken for a photo shoot to be one of the faces on the club advertisement.


Of the other friends I made Krystal Nosferatu and Calypso Ophelia became important friends. Krystal and I had regular clients and we’d have to go back to the club just to use the private rooms with our client, so we decided it would be a great idea to have our own place to take our regulars. Using what we’d learnt from The Barbie Club, we, along with Calypso Ophelia, Deanna Trollop and Autumn Pierterson formed our own Sorority called Sigma Epislon Chi (SEX) and a new chapter began.