By: Alura Denver (Alura Messing)
Now, we full size avi's love our Gacha Gardens, and why wouldn't we? There is the thrill of dropping a coin into a machine, turning the lever and hoping that our favorite piece goes into the slot to win! It takes you right back to your own youth and those silly little red machines outside of the grocery store. So I thought what a shame that littles (Child Avi's) in Second Life didn't have their own Gacha area. I mean, after all, gachas are for kids!
Well, while I was exploring, I stumbled on Little Diva Gacha Garden. It is a beautiful little park you can explore, that is also filled with gachas that are all designed for a child avi and some even have goodies full sized Avi's wouldn't mind. In the many gachas, there are seasonal items, clothes, home decorations and even fun trinkets to just play with. The best part is that all of the Gachas are only $50L a play. Compared to some out there, that is a total bargain!
Little Diva also has some extra bonuses too. If you join the group in the store, you can also rez items at the location. This can be a nice bonus if you have no permanent place to call your own and want someplace nicer than a typical sandbox. Just for the month of December there is a Group Christmas present that gives you a random gift card to the store up to $300L. It is transferable, so if you can't use it, you can share it with someone who can! Also, while you are there you can check out her Seven Seas pond. It has items from the gachas, even a few rare ones, and a specially designed fishing pole that can be used by all avi's. Prizes in the pond are changed monthly to keep it interesting.
After you have played your fill of gachas, done some fishing, and checked out the Little Diva store, be sure to wander the garden and find some of the fun off the beaten path. There are little fun things hidden all over; buildings to investigate, a tea party with Mr. Thumps, picture perfect spots, a piano to play, what will you discover there? Before you leave be sure to look for a little pink ornament bulb in a cup of tea. In it, is a hidden surprise just for our readers both big and small alike. Hope to see you around the Garden, at Little Diva Gacha Garden!