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Thursday, July 22, 2010

Shabby Chic Trapper Bundle - Includes Trapper Cabin and Trapper Furnishings.

This item is a plop down log cabin with everything all linked. NO worries about rezzing and moving - just plop it down. There are furs, oars, snowshoes, wagon wheel, vintage tin and a bench on the outside of the cabin.

The bench has three sitting poses/ animations - one of the animations gives you a pip to smoke while your sitting. Two standing poses/animations are at the front of the house - one of the animations gives you cigarette - and your avatar will begin smoke that cigarette when you sit (you must wear the cigarette it gives you).

Another sit animation is on the ground in front of the window. If you touch the knife on the front porch, it will give you a knife to throw. All you need to do is put your avatar into mouselook and click to begin throwing knives.

On the inside you have a cleaning animation. All you need do is sit on the poseball to receive a scrub brush and your avatar will start scrubbing the floor.

in the Kitchen there is a sink for clean up - just sit on the wash basin and your avatar will begin to wash its hands.

A large log outside needs to be cut up - just sit on the log to receive a saw. All you need to do is wear the saw.

These items are made to fit perfectly with the trappers cabin.

A chicken coop, so they can have fresh eggs. One chicken inside the coop and the other chicken is copy/mod so if you want to put a script inside it, or have a bunch of chickens - you can do that.

A bed area that has a laying animation, and two poseballs for a couple to stomach sleep. Under the bed is a rifle and chamber pot. At the end of the bed there is a chest which opens and closes with a touch, and a bunch of money inside

Bedside table that has a lamp with a tiny light that flickers, books, and there is a bookshelf above, and tapper accessories for the wall.

The kitchen includes vintage grain sacks, crates, basket of veggies, basket of eggs, drying herbs, herb organizer, vintage cans with and without labels, and canning jars.

Fresh bread sitting atop the counter with raw bread - just 'sit' on the bread to kneed the bread. A wagon decorates the outside with all sorts of utensils for gardening.

Touch the fishing basket and receive a rustic fishing rod.

A whittling stool for in front of the fire. Sit on the stool to receive a piece of wood and whittling knife - wear those and watch the wood chips fly as your avatar whittles. Let your avatar relax in front of the fire while working with his/her hands.

Enjoy the bear skin rug, old vitage map, chest for firewood with axe on top.

TONS of little details - chock full of interactivity!

If you don't want to see the poseballs for meat cutting - all poseballs are scripted to listen to channel 9. Just type /9 show in your chat line to show the poseballs or type /9 hide in your chat line to hide the poseballs.

Very natural animations. You can visit this in world at the main Shabby Chic store in Gemella.

This set was created as a stand alone set - or you can add on to the 'Trapper Collection'. The trapper collection is a Summer 2010 collection from Shabby Chic to celebrate the Mountain Men and Trappers of years gone by.

See the rustic cabin and all the different additions to the collection. You can start and build the collection by purchasing smaller stations, you can purchase item by item, or you can make bulk purchases.

LOTS of interaction in all the pieces.

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