- May, 2018
Pentadee is a SL version of the classic Yahtzee-style dice game.
The game can be played alone of play for up to 8 players.
Anyone may join a game of Pentadee at any time. The game ends when all currently seated players have filled their score card, and the player with the highest total score wins. Only the score card of the player who's turn it is will be shown during the game. The total score of all players is displayed in front of each player as a reference.
As with the RL game your turn begins by rolling the dice. You may roll up to three times per turn to try for the best combination possible. Once you have a roll that you are satisfied with or you have run out of rolls choose a slot on the score card to record your roll. Simply click on the name of the slot on the card and the game will move to the next player.
We believe that playing games in SL is about more than just the game. It is about socializing and enjoying the both the company and the skill, luck and fun of game play.
You can pick up a brief note card on scoring tips next to the table.
Check out Pentadee here.
If you would like to see Keeba and the Tiny Maniacs, take a look at their calendar for future dates.
Petunia Liveoak has been an artist since high school, and enjoys using nature as her muse. Sometimes by taking photos to create her art, sometimes by bringing something in from outside, she typically uses watercolor, gouache, and is now exploring scratch board to make her artwork.
Petunia has a unique way of showing the details of one small item, usually presented in soft colors.
If you miss the Raglan Artwalk, Petunia also shows her artwork at Galleria Kakku and the Raglan Tree Gallery. For the show, you can view Petunia's artwork here.
Kath McGill has long been known in the Isle as a terrific and prolific artist. Kath states, "I think I've been in Artwalk now, well, since I became a merchant. and now, as the librarian, it's interesting to see what people like, and what they love. Sometimes its the color of the photo, sometimes its a memory that it evokes, sometimes its just- something to look at."
Kath is a multi-media artist, and uses photography, and paint and actually some string art in the paintings to make a combination of things. She plans to exhibit fifteen items in the show and sells it as modify/ copy.
You can view Kath's artwork in the show here.
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