Havre de Paix Alexu, by Arrianne@Brisesol EU

A gorgeous fountain at the entry! Havre de Paix Alexu, by Arrianne@Brisesol EU.
A gorgeous fountain at the entry! Havre de Paix Alexu, by Arrianne@Brisesol EU.

Hello again, Dimensionerds!  Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and I’m getting soooo hungry.  Dinner will just have to wait, however, for a tour of a lovely Castle Fortune on the European shard of Brisesol, full of wonderful morphs of common items that aren’t so commonly found in our dimensional homes.  Havre de Paix Alexu, according to Google, means Haven of Peace Alexu.  I’m guessing, however, that Alexu is a person and not a place, so it ought to be Alexu’s Haven of Peace in Feendish English.  As always, any mistakes in translation are fully my own.

Havre de Paix Alexu, according to a search on Brisesol, is Arrianne’s only completed dimension, and I couldn’t find Arrianne online to ask whether there were alts or other dimensions done for other people, so we’ll just have to be content to wonder and enjoy the offering currently at hand.  This dimension uses 2517 items of the Tier 5 limit 0f 2520 for Castle Fortune, and does a great job of integrating the base dimension into the primary structure.  I’ll give props for anyone who makes their build work around this challenging base dimension, which is more than 30 degrees off the axis, so to match the perspective, everything within must be shifted–substantially.

Of course, I can’t show everything in this large home.  The furniture morphs are great, with multiple levels to explore.  A variety of natural wall art and indoor fountains add color and texture to the few blank spaces.  The house is spacious without being empty and every room holds some detail that adds to the overall charm of the whole–a common trend on Brisesol, which makes me like touring on this shard a great deal.  I’m almost never disappointed, and almost always find some new treasure.

I hope that you enjoyed this look at Havre de Paix Alexu, by Arrianne@Brisesol EU, which my vote brought to only 31 All Time +1’s.  To see the rest, you’ll have to visit in person, and I sincerely hope you do!

Happy Touring!

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