Fantasy Faire Store Registration 2014

The Fantasy Faire runs from Thursday May 1st through Sunday May 11, 2014. In order to allow the Faire to run smoothly and be as lag-free as possible, all Creators will be required to adhere to the following guidelines if they wish to participate.

    Participation Guidelines

    * Set-up for Creators is on Monday, April 28 & Tuesday, April 29. An early admittance day for bloggers will take place on Wednesday, April 30. Pack-up must occur by midnight Tuesday, May 13. * We request that each Creator donate as many items as they can for sale in RFL vendors. The MINIMUM requirement is two items. We encourage Creators to display four or more items in RFL vendors. Items displayed in RFL vendors donate 100% of their sale price to RFL. Fantasy Faire will provide RFL vendors to all of our merchants in a timely fashion before the April setup dates. *We are asking each Creator to please donate one item to be used as a Hunt prize * You will be invited into the * * Fantasy Faire - Backstage * * Group as a Creator which will give you build rights to set up your store once the sims are opened to Creators. * All content for this or any RFL event must be PG. No adult content allowed (although there is a special allowance for skins). If you wish to check any product please ask Elizabeth Tinsley for verification. * To lower lag and improve visitors' experience, Creators must minimize script usage (i.e.: NO highly scripted items, NO networked vendors, NO temp-rezzers). Textures should not be of unreasonably high resolution. Our script load policy will be available on the FF blog as well as in notecard form for you to view. * No copyright or trademark infringement (includes real life or virtual name brands, logos, sounds or graphics that aren't owned by exhibitor.) For our full set of rules pertaining to Intellectual Property please see the following article:http://fantasyfairesl.wordpress.com/fantasy-faire-rules/ * Prim limits are according to store size requested and excess prims will be returned. * We expect every exhibitor and attendee to adhere to the standard Second Life Terms of Service. Our team will help you by monitoring sim performance throughout the Faire and aiding you in resolving any problems.
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    Participation Levels

    In order to accommodate the maximum number of merchants we need to limit stores to one per avatar. If you have multiple brands please consolidate your merchandise under one store for the Faire. Sharing of stores is a benefit of Featured Stores and acceptable under the condition that the avatar who registers for a store understands s/he is responsible for ensuring that all individuals who are displaying in the store follow the participation guidelines. ******************************** Themed Store L$ 2500 300 prims allocation 25m x15m store footprint ******************************** Featured Creator Store L$ 8,000 700 prims allocation 30m x 25m store footprint Can share a store between 2+ merchants ******************************** Featured Creator Store + Event/Hunt Sponsor L$ 33,000 1000 prims allocation 30m x 25m store footprint Can share a store between 2+ merchants Can have a sky platform for rezzing builds as needed Centrally placed beside Sim sponsor & Sim landing point. Advertising on the Hunt HUD, on the FF blog, on Fantasy Faire radio & in any promotional materials. Not more then 2 per sim but will get you onto the sim of your choice if the two spots are yet filled. ********************************* Event/Hunt Sponsor – L$30,000 (Does NOT include a store) Advertising on the Hunt HUD, on the FF blog, on Fantasy Faire radio & in any promotional materials.

    Participation Registration

    Please supply the following information. Once we have received your registration, you will be contacted in world to confirm your reservation and given instructions on how to make your participation donation. If you have any questions concerning the registration process please feel free to contact Elizabeth Tinsley and she will assist you.
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    Sim Descriptions

    This year's Fantasy Faire will include nine lavishly landscaped shopping sims created by some of the top designers in Second Life. While each sim with have a unique feel to it, please think of the sims as not individual themed countries but as one connected Fairelands, a Fantasy continent. Whether your style be steampunk or fae, mer or gothic you will find yourself at home on several, if not all, the sims. You will be given the chance to identify your top three choices for the location of your store. We will do our best to accommodate your requests. Asperatus (by Beq Janus) – Above the rolling, turbulence of the thick cloud plains the silence is broken by the deep throbbing hum of engines. The mighty "Asperatus" fills the sky, once the preserve of super rich merchants, this mighty airship is now the mainstay of the small colony that drifts around it. Come walk amongst the clouds, explore unlikely airships and marvel at mankind’s ever ingenious (and frequently implausible) devices in this steampunk inspired city in the sky. Blackwater Glenn (by Marcus Inkpen/ Sharni Azalee) – Rotting buildings sink into the swampy undergrowth as Nature reclaims this ground from Man. Gorgeous flowers and mysterious plants emerge sporadically throughout the swamp and pathways of open water lead to the centerpiece, a giant blossoming tree. Dark and murky, Blackwater Glenn has not been completely abandoned. In it you will find the light of hope. Let it lead you to rebirth. [SOLD OUT] The Faery Court (by Elicio Ember) – The Cycle of Life. Season follows season as Light chases Dark. Seelie and Unseelie perform their eternal dance in the form of a giant tree composed of two intertwining trunks, one green and flowering and the other dark and leafless. Visit the Court and proclaim your allegiance. Heavenslough (by Alrunia Ahn/ Eldowyn Inshan/ Sweetgwendoline Bailey) – Not made of human hands, Heavenslough is a landscape sculpted for adventure and dreams alike. The forest is a playground for sprites and secretive fairy folks, while rising high above are the plateaus that stretch like rocky isles in to the heaven. Ancient stilt houses dot the marshlands and other abodes can also be seen perched in the leafy boughs of the the titanic trees. Watch your steps and expect the unexpected. Hope's Horizon (by Jaimy Hancroft) – Inspired by Tolkien's Minas Tirith, our White City gleams and shimmers on the horizon like a beacon leading wayfarers home. Carved out of the white rock of the mountains it clings to, Hope's Horizon towers over the surrounding plains casting an aura of light into the darkness. Spiraling up lever upon level, the city ascends skyward crowned with a small courtyard. This majestic structure stands tall, upright, and full of power. One single blossoming tree stands at the top of it all to represent LIFE. Medhir Woods (by Rynn Verwood) – A land where magic, nature and civilization meet. An elven outpost, protected by large waterfalls, in the middle of an enchanted autumn forest. Mourningvale Thicket (by Searlait Nitschke) – Black trees with gnarled roots, twisting vines that grab at unsuspecting visitors, thorns the size of a man's fist. Dark is the heart of Mourningvale Thicket caught fast in an enchanted sleep that runs wild with Night mares. However light creeps into even the most cursed of corners. Roses bloom in the moonlight and the sound of gypsy music carries on the wind as flames from distant campfires dance against the night. Sanctum (by Alia Baroque) - Between Heaven and Hell. Wiggenstead Mooring (by Nya Alchemi) – Welcome to a moody steam-fantasy future. An enchanting harbor town of old stone cottages and where wheels spin pumping water across to a whimsical industrial complex with steaming smoke stacks whirling generators. The land has become unstable, for this bridges and makeshift scaffolds have been installed to allow wanderers to explore. Along the paths, debris from an time less clever poke about.
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    Additional Opportunities for Involvement

    Now in its sixth year, Fantasy Faire has become a tradition of the Relay for Life in Second Life fundraising season. Each year we have been blessed by the immense dedication and involvement of our creators, relying heavily on our merchants to use their own groups/networks to help us connect to an ever expanding audience. Our goal is to see the Faire continue to grow both in terms of attendance and money raised. This year we have two special events planned which we will ask your help on. As always we will have our week long silent auction. The success of this auction is a direct result of the generosity of our creators who donate wonderful, often limited edition or one of a kind, items for people to bid on. We will also have our live auction of Faire builds and unique items on the last day of the Faire. If you have something that you think would fit well in this category and want to participate please let us know. Coming back again this year, we will have another immersive story driven Hunt written by David Abbot with a sim designed by Rynn Verwood. The hunt will start mid-Faire and run for one additional week after the Faire has closed. We need you, our creators, to join us in making our Fantasy Faire Hunt an event of epic magnitude. To this end we are asking all of this year's participants to donate a new item as a Hunt prize. While neither of these are a requirement of participation, your donations are what magnify the success of these events. Please help us make this the most memorable in a chain of unforgettable Fantasy Faires by planning to participate in one, and hopefully both, of these special events.
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    Additional Information

    You will be contacted by FantasyFaire Resident within 48-72 hours to finalize your registration and make your reservation donation. If you have registered and have not received an IM in world at the end of 3 days please contact Elizabeth Tinsley by IM. It is rare, but occasionally Google documents fail to submit forms correctly.
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