Lab announces Second Life Halloween 2016 Creepy Crawl

Via Linden Lab
Via Linden Lab

Following their invitation for people to submit destinations for the Second Life Halloween Creepy Crawl / Linden Lab meet-up, Xiola Lab has now blogged details of the event, which is to be combined with a costume contest with a prize pool of L$50,000 on offer in prizes to be given at each stage of the Crawl around Halloween-theme locations in Second Life.

The 2016 event will take place – when else? – Monday, October 31st, from 10:00 through 15:00 SLT. Ten locations have been selected, and Second Life residents are invited to join staff from the Lab as they hop from place to place, or rendezvous with them at a given time and location, depending on personal schedules.

Commenting on the costume contest, Xiola notes:

Costumes are strongly encouraged for this event – so come out and show off your best and you could win big! This year, at EVERY stop on our crawl, we will be giving away L$5,000 to one lucky winner whose costume catches our eye. That’s 10 stops, 10 winners, and a total of L$50,000 in prizes! Just keep in mind that this event is for General and Moderate audiences when perfecting your look. For full contest rules please visit the wiki. If you still need a costume or three – check out the Shop ’til You Drop event for your one stop Halloween party shopping.

There’s also a special gift from Boudoir of a wearable pumpkin pile available (one per avatar),  which will be available via kiosks at each of the selected stops on the Crawl.

The schedule for the event is (all times SLT, all rated Moderate, unless otherwise stated) is as follows:


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