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Greater Northwestern School of Wizardry

Number of sims: 1

SLURL(s): http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Ravens%20Hollow/217/125/21

Raiting: Moderate

Combat/Story: Story driven, any combat is roleplayed

Meter: None

Website: http://greaternorthwesternschoolwizardy.webs.com/

Registration/Application:  applications can be picked at the info center in world or copied off the web page all must sign a rules agreement to be active rpers, those who wish to be npcs only can do so for small fee, fee is to keep grifers out as much as one can in sl (taken from the Sim Submission form)

Backstory: 

The History of the School. The Greater Northwestern School of Wizardry was founded in the forested areas of the Pacific Northwest well hidden from those who do not use magic or would be scared by it.
The school has a Principal, plus the assistant principals. The school follows the system of grades in an American High School, there are no houses, the school is a boarding school, with a boys and girls dormitory areas. Those students who live near the school stay at their homes.
Those from outside the village stay in the dorm. The village around the school is close knit community called Ravens Hollow, There’s the White Bee Tea Garden popular with students and adults. More for adults and older students is the Pickled Pixie Pub. Town is also home to the BoysTown Ranch a ranch home run by boys needing a new place to live. Quite a few stores in the town as well selling all kinds of goods one might need. The look of the town and school has a very eclectic look to it varies from cabin style to old world with a few modern looking buildings about.

Rating:    RATING COMING SOON    (Scoring breakdown at end of review)

RPS Review: REVIEW COMING SOON!

Scoring Detail:

1. Does the sim operate and function as advertised/claimed?

2. Is it a well-built sim? Quality builds and textures?

3. Is it logically laid out and easy to navigate?

4. Rules/Instructions well documented & easy to understand?

5. Staff attentiveness

6. Lag Level

7. OOC player interaction

8. Theme & story consistency

9. New player acceptance (how well do current players welcome new players?)

10. Character/Race diversity

 

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