Welcome to the Treasure Hunt for the October issue of Prim Perfect magazine! I will be your guide as we tour the grid searching for FOURTEEN items offered by talented designers and store owners. To complete the Treasure Hunt challenge, you need to visit each store, find the featured item, and note its prim count. Instructions on how to find the prim count of an item can be found either on page 94 of the magazine or on our Treasure Hunt Information Page. For participating, you may win something wonderful from the Prim Perfect prize cabinet, created by one of these designers.
We’ve reached the halfway point in the treasure hunt, finding ourselves at Sofia’s Furniture on Serafina Island. The feature item looks rather familiar to me. It’s the sleek style of Boardroom Bookshelf 2. There are two bookshelves with different prim counts, so be sure to find the right one! While the shelves and supports are modern brushed metal curves, the books upon them have worn leather covers and rich ornamentation. The Boardroom furniture line is made for a modern office setting, but this bookcase could also work well in the home of a unique individual who may be amused by the pairing of ancient and modern. For now, all you need is the correct prim count.
Wandering outside the store, you’ll find Sofia Standish’s wide range of houses from medieval to Persian to Greek. There’s even a cafe which could be either French or Italian depending on the package you buy. One of her newer offerings is this medieval stage. The textures are dark reds, browns, and grays, colors so dark it was hard to capture the details in a photo even at midday. The floor is dark stone in an oval shape with a raised dais in the center. The wings of the stage are textured with multi-colored scrollwork. Within the arch at the center of the stage, red velvet curtains have been draped. The gothic bat throne that is shown upon the stage is sold separately in the lower level of Sofia’s store. The back of the stage is solid, so you cannot pass through the curtain, but it coud be used as a backdrop. Imagine rezzing it for a special party to showcase the musician or DJ performing. The effect could be stunning.
To participate in the treasure hunt challenge, we ask you to find as many prim counts as you can for each of the magazine’s treasure hunt items. Email the counts to firstname.lastname@example.org along with your avatar name and the answer to the tiebreaker question which can be found on page 94 of the magazine. The winner will be the person who is closest to an accurate prim count, and in the event of a tie, the tiebreaker question will be used. Your answers are due by December 1, 2008. Please remember – you don’t necessarily have to find every prim count to win a prize! Have fun and keep watching these clues.
If you missed them, check out our earlier clues here:
October Treasure Hunt – Clue 1: Beck’s
October Treasure Hunt – Clue 2: Antique Artistry
October Treasure Hunt – Clue 3: KitStar Designs
October Treasure Hunt – Clue 4: C & D Designs
October Treasure Hunt – Clue 5: Thistle Homes
October Treasure Hunt – Clue 6: DB Designs