Once again there’s a Treasure Hunt in this month’s edition of Prim Perfect – but this month it is slightly different.There are sixteen stores taking part this month – and instead of finding a token, this month you have to visit the store to discover the prim count of each of the pieces featured in the magazine.
Today’s clue is from Relic, Baron Grayson’s store in Sanctum Sanctorum. It is part of a set of wickedly luxurious and decadent purple bedroom furniture (well, would you expect anything less from Baron Grayson?) but you may be surprised by the prim count …
If this is your first visit to Relic, prepare yourself for a long visit – and possibly equip yourself with an umbrella too – because it does rain there! Relic is nver a store to pop in to in order to make a casual purchase – it raises the concept of a shopping experience to a whole new level!
The sim is a richly textured environment, closely linked to the other sims run by Baron Grayson and his partner, Sue Stonebender. Any purchases you make (and you can buy many things, up to and including a pirate ship, similar to the one sold at the fantastic charity auction to launch the first edition of Prim Perfect) seem almost incidental to the exploration of this extraordinary place. Look up – and see the fantastic airship hovering overhead. And make sure you don’t miss the amazing Opera House in the neighbouring sim of Intemptesta Nox.
I’ve found the piece – now how do I find the prim count?
You can find out the prim count by right clicking on an item. Then select edit. Make sure that the edit window is fully open (by clicking in the bottom righthand corner if the simple edit menu is showing – as in the first diagram). When the edit menu is fully open and the General tab is showing, then you can read the prim count – as shown in the second diagram.
Remember: to win a prize, find as many prim counts as you can, and send the details to email@example.com, including your avatar name and an answer to the tiebreak question (which you’ll find in the magazine). The person to find the most prim counts will win – and in the event of a tie, we will use the tie-breaker.
Also: – you don’t necessarily have to find every prim count to win a prize! Just find as many as you can – by July 10th.
See our earlier clue here:
Another clue will be coming very soon!