First 2 Months of Second Life Posted by Kelunis in The Potheads - June 16, 2014, 4:02 pm
Hello SL Players,
I had never heard of second life or L$ until about 3 months ago. I looked into everything about SL and created an avatar. A premium subscription and having spent many hours fishing, chating and collecting coins. In total I have spent $120.00 CAD ($70 for membership, $50 on the best fishing rod) on this game and have been fishing to get it back. The potential for profit in my mind before I started playing was unlimited. After playing for two months; learning to fish, buying stocks in CAPEX and other activities have been fun. The social aspect of the game has been one of the bright spots for me.
I just seem to be putting large amounts of time into SL and receiving little in return. Am I missing something? Obviously I have not seen it all or done it all but I guess I was expecting more. Maybe a few of you could help me out with this. I will take any suggestions, open to anything.
Thanks for your time,
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