A new Second Life group means inworld Fun Noir for The Blackened Mirror

This week, we are launching out new inworld group in Second Life – Followers of The Blackened Mirror – and to celebrate, there’s a special mini-hunt, as well as a competition which will be just for group members!

Why should I join the group?

The group is designed for all those people who are following The Blackened Mirror show, the games and the hunts inworld. It’s a place for discussing the show, sharing game and hunt clues and catching up on all the latest news!

To launch the group, there’s our special hunt visiting some Blackened Mirror locations – and there’s also a special competition for group members – which asks you to turn photographer!

So it’s well worth joining up!

How do I join the group?

You can search for Followers of the Blackened Mirror inworld.

How do I find out about the group contest?

Once you have joined the group, go to Info and then open Notices. You’ll see a notice called: Death in Velvet: Photo Contest – and you will find the instructions there! Of course, you will need to have read the first three parts of the Harland Quinn story, Death in Velvet … but you can find details of how to do that here.

Tell me about the Mini-Hunt!

Well, this is a little different. We are asking you to go on a hunt across the grid to explore some of the locations related to The Blackened Mirror. At each location, you will find a mushroom … and a clue for finding the next. There are little gifts in each mushroom too.

These are the specimens that you will be looking for! NB even their names are clues ...
These are the specimens that you will be looking for! NB even their names are clues …

This is just a short hunt for fun on the weekend – and you will be guided by that well known expert on mushrooms – Professor Agaricales.

To get you started, this is what he says:

“The *Agaricus Seraphim*is a small grey mushroom that grows in urban environments – especially ones where the primary fuel is diesel (this mushroom seems to relish the fumes). It has a tendency to grow not in gardens, woodlands or even in the cracks of urban streets, but inside ill-tended offices, where wood meets mould and damp. And possibly the remnants of gunpowder and whisky fumes too.”


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