Please be advised that as of this Sunday (March 31st), the part of the world that has not gone over to daylight saving time (and usually does) will move to DST, so that the regular time difference between your respective time zones will be restored.
Please keep this in mind for any events you may wish to attend on Sunday or you’ll show up an hour late and Bugs and Tealkie will have eaten the snacks.
The Wellspring is the central area in Faerie Mere. A mysterious lake that wells up from the depths of Faerie that pours out into the surrounding lands via four separate waterfalls, thus spreading its magical energies to the surrounding land.
Recently, the Wellspring was severely damaged and its beauty marred. But thanks to the efforts of our wonderful Fae, the Wellspring has been renewed and is more beautiful and magical than ever before.
Let yourself be enchanted by the images below or, better yet, come and enjoy the source of all Fae magic in all its glory here.
It’s that time again! This year, the Faery Crossing Yule Dance will be held at Faerie Mere and will be in the sphere of joy and happiness. So come on down to the specially created magical land at Saturday, December 15th at 12.00 noon SLT to dance with the Fae to the wonderful tunes of DJ Astoria Luminos.
It is with great sadness that I bring the news that last Tuesday, the person many of us knew as Nacre Swindlehurst passed away. Nacre was a soul who had seen the world and was shaped by its variety and its joys – and also its hurts.
A few years ago, Nacre lost his wife Kaela (also known to many here), but to everyone’s joy found love again with Banshee. There are no words to describe a loss like that and all the magic of our hearts go out to her in this time of loss.
Nacre was known to many of us as the king of the facepalm pun – a skill he often employed during dances. To those of us lucky enough to sometimes talk to him in IM, Nacre was a warm, open person for whom learning new things was an ultimate joy and who was able to bring forth this knowledge with the happiness it gave him when he himself learned it.
Thank you, Nacre, for sharing your dreams with us. Thank you for giving us your presence, your quirks, your sometimes glaringly bad puns, your warmth and the beauty of your soul.
Go now, my friend. Begin that one last journey that all must undergo alone. We will be here for those you have loved and were loved by in return. You will forever live in our hearts and they are happier places because if it,
Go now. Travel to the white shores. Walk upon the green grass beyond and smile as you see the sunrise. And wait for us there.
After last year’s success, The Faery Crossing will once again participate in the MadPea seasonal hunt. Unsurprisingly, the theme is Halloween and monsters will be hidden all over the grid. The hunt will begin October 20th.
The hunt uses a HUD (available for a small charge), which will randomly send you to one of the participating regions. Using the HUD radar, you can then track down the monsters and score points. Near the end of the hunt, these points can be exchanged for some amazing prizes.
The Faery Crossing will participate with several regions (Faerie Mere, The Faery Crossing and Wildewood, to name a few), but we are always looking for more suitable participants.
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.