Dragon Valley Estate
The following article covers the regions of the Dragon Valley Estate sim in the Fur Valleys location of Second Life. All the sims closed after Foxkin passed away and are no longer accessible.
The Dragon Valley Estate, named such as Dragon Valley, was the first sim to become part of this estate, are all owned by Foxkin Impfondo, and his rental group, Foxkin Rentals which manages most of the rented land within the estate.
The administrators of the Dragon Valley Estate and Foxkin Rentals include: Autumnfox Vesperia, djomnifusion Snickerdoodle, and SleightOf Hand.
These regions are listed separately for clarity, in the approximate order in which each joined the Valley chain, rather than the order in which each joined the Dragon Valley Estate.
Tiger Valley is primarily Japanese themed. This region is devoted to land rentals, and is divided into nine rentable sections. It was originally owned by Epic Tank, but was sold to Foxkin Impfondo in early September 2006.
Rabbit Valley was originally owned by Kithylin Perth, later sold to the Kenzo Clan, and finally now owned by Foxkin Impfondo. The region bears no relationship to the publisher of the same name.
Dragon Valley was the first region to become part of the Dragon Valley Estate. It will also soon contain the central office for Foxkin Rentals, which manages the majority of the rentable land within the Dragon Valley Estate.
Dragon Valley is primarily a residential region, and is divided into four sections, each with its own theme: Japanese (Northeast), Medieval European (Southeast), Rustic (Northwest) and Modern (Southwest).
In addition to land rentals, apartments are also available in Dragon Valley, including: Pagoda Apartments, Treehouse Apartments, Sky Apartments and Dragon Apartments. The Pagoda features a kitsune shrine in front.
Ryu Valley is primarily a region in Second Life for visitors rather than residents of the estate. It consists of a volcanic tropical island with forest and a small bay, and sandy relaxed beaches.
Ryu's primary features include TangenT - a ancient arena constructed by a long gone civilization, now re-purposed as a hangout with music, dancers and nightly fun. Encompassing this is the Ryu Marketplace, a mall with avatars and avatar modding accessories.
3000 meters above the jungle floor is the Macro Room, one of the major draws to this region, which features macro prim furries, and a variety of situations for normal-sized furs to escape from. The macro room changes often, so check back for new additions!
Ryu was the second region to become part of the Dragon Valley Estates.
Falcon Valley, formerly known as FlyinTails Airfield, is a residential region, available for land rentals. It currently lies North of the Valleys, and is awaiting connection to the Dragon Estate.
FlyingTails Airfield was devoted to flying aircraft of all sorts, and was set up like a giant airport, complete with landing and take-off strips. The region was originally owned by Effsey Nelson, but was sold to Foxkin Impfondo on 18 September 2007.
Neko Valley came online in November 2006 and is primarily a residential region, available for land rentals. It is the sister sim of Otter Valley.
The sister island of Neko Valley, which emerged at the same time, Otter Valley is also a residential region, available for land rentals.
Cheetah Valley came online in early 2007. While originally a residential region, it now caters primarily to commercial residents. It is the sister island of Ferret Valley.
The sister island of Cheetah Valley, which emerged at the same time, Ferret Valley is also a residential island available for land rentals.
Unlike Cheetah, Ferret once featured a large mall within a Japanese-style pagoda, as well as containing the visitor center for Foxkin Rentals. The mall has since merged with the Moon that Never Sets Mall in Ryu Valley, and the Foxkin Rentals offices are in the process of moving to Dragon Valley.
Ocelot Valley came online in early 2007 and is primarily a residential region. It is the sister island of Meerkat Valley.
Meerkat Valley is the sister island of Ocelot Valley, which emerged at the same time. Like Cheetah Valley, this region was originally residential, but later became devoted to commercial residents. Meerkat Valley became the testing grounds for allowing various new types of new businesses in the Valleys.
Cougar Valley came online in June 2007 and is primarily a residential region, available for land rentals. This region is notable for its tall mountains.
Lynx Valley came online in June 2007 and is primarily a residential region, available for land rentals. This region is notable for its large river which runs through the middle of the island.
Mink Valley came online in June 2007, and is primarily a residential region, available for land rentals. This region is notable in that it is shaped like a paw print.
Lemming valley came online in June 2007, and is primarily a residential region, available for land rentals. This region is notable for its steep cliffs, paying homage to the 1991 video game "Lemmings."
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