Luminosity in the Crossing: one final time

For over eight years, Astoria Luminos has delighted and enchanted the Fae of The Faery Crossing with her wonderful sets of music. So many colors of sound have come at us on the many Thursdays throughout the years, that it’s impossible to describe the magic.

From the drum circle in the old Wildewood Commons, to the Plucked Wing tavern, to many themed locations, we always found two hours of joy away from the world.

So on behalf of all the Fae, past and present, that have walked through the Luminosity events: thank you, Astoria.

Luminosity in the Crossing
Luminosity in the Crossing: One Last Time

Community Spotlight: Ravenfirth

Some say that the land of Ravenfirth started with one little inn that suddenly appeared out of the mists one day. They say that, as time passed, the homely, yet enigmatic nature of the inn began to affect the lands around it, until every corner breathed that air of barely concealed mystery. A layer of calm and beautiful nature, draped over…. something older. Something deeper.

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Summer Edition of the Magic Messenger is Out Now!

Hi everyone!

It was already waiting for you online, but the summer edition of the Magic Messenger has been released inworld now as well, so either there or online, you can now peruse wonderful stories, current events and ancient lore, all by and for our Faery Crossing Kin!

So stop what you’re doing and start reading!

Online: The Magic Messenger Summer Edition

Inworld: distribured per notice and available at the newsstands:

TheFaeryCrossing.com now Hurries To The Party Scene

Hi everyone!

Because we care about your security (and that of your cookies), TheFaeryCrossing.com is now using TLS/SSL encryption to secure your connection. As you can see, the address now has HTTPS in front of it.

You do not have to do anything to change this. All links to the old http address will be automagically rerouted to use the https link.

Because we care about your privacy, we do recommend you take a look at your internet security and think about using add-ons like Electronic Frontier Foundation’s Privacy Badger and HTTPS Everywhere to help guard you against tracking and unsecure connections.

A wary Faery is a safe Faery, after all.

Building Teachers Needed: Free Apples if you Inquire Now

Are you creative? Do you find yourself building all the time? Do you have the patience and willingness to teach others how to build? Then you may be what we’re looking for!

We’re looking for building teachers who love the Faery Crossing area, have gone through Grasshopper class, and are willing to be taught how to teach others.

Whether it be for just one class you really want to teach or to join on the regular rotation there are always openings in the week for building classes. Once you have gone through brief training with DanelleDee or Qim Toxx, you will be able to join the building team.

Building teachers are reimbursed for class materials they purchase (up to 400$L per new unique class up to once a month), and are allowed to put out silent tip jars.

If you’re interesting in becoming a teacher, send a notecard to DanelleDee or Qim Toxx inworld.

FC joins the MadPea Summer Hunt 2018

This summer, the Faery Crossing will take part in the MadPea Summer Hunt! This is a grid-wide hunt organized by MadPea Productions where you can win amazing prizes by gathering hidden seashells all over the grid.

The hunter package includes a radar which will help you locate the sea shells.

The hunt begins on June 13th! When it starts, we will publish a SLURL to the hunt start location.

Magic Messenger Submissions Requested ~ Deadline Postponed

Hi everyone!

Sadly, we have had no submissions for the summer edition of the Magic Messenger. We are extending the deadline to June 17, in the hope you will be able to submit some story, poem, joke, or other creative work.

The suggested themes are Summer and Oceans.

Please send submissions inworld to Bugs Larnia or Tealkie Resident, or e-mail them directly to fcmagicmessenger@gmail.com.

Submission guidelines are available on request (and printed in previous issues of the Messenger)