Safari people can fit a lot into a small space, whether it's time - a bare ninety minutes - or the narrow tunnels of the unusual Andron Rae build, 'The Caves', on Neverworld, our second destination this week. But before the spelunking, there was the great leap forward, in terms of bag and baggage, as imagined by Ai Austin, who you may have come across on VUE grid, or (as happened to us) encountered him on Space Camp, a Gerry Anderson inspired region on OSGrid.
|Ai Austin at Venus' beach house on Space City|
|Valibrarian with her bookish headgear|
And that's a thing, isn't it. Subjectivity. What makes for a laggy experience, for the individual, for the group, for the place we visit. The difference between hypergridding alone or with one friend, and hypergridding with a big group is so immense that it's tempting not to take advice from experts who have never gone safarying. Just because it's hard to see how they can imagine what we go through.
|Alan Scot, looking Spockish, on the left|
|Ai Austin and Rob the Robot|
|Lifted Pixel - where did she lift that face from? *suspicions*|
|Arcanquest looking old school|
|Govega (center) with Joshua and Lucy|
Andron has prepared a walkthrough of the build, which is available on Youtube here.
|Val finds a bright spark *reading*|
|Whirli (foreground) with l. Nara and r. Alan|
|Apollo Star admiring the statue among the ferns.|
|James uses his head to display the gift from 'The Caves'|