Simploring 2017 (43) Chek Chau – Daisy’s playground

In my last diary entry “Diary 2017 (91) June 1st – June 4th: Quiet Relaxing Moments” I reported that I met Kitty and Aimee Riptide at Daisy’s Playground, to be more precisely at Chek Chau – Daisy’s playground. Even after more than 9 years in world and in the BDSM scene you sometimes get to places that are well known, just I never heard of it before or was there before. Chek Chau – Daisy’s playground is owned by Daisy Rimbaud, who is also the creator of Evil Kitten, a brand for cells, cages, scripts and other BDSM stuff. I personally know Evil Kitten since my frist days in Second Life. Very popular is the Evil Kitten titeler, a toy that I used a lot during my first years. I adds a locked titeler to an avatar, everyone can change the titeler, just the victim itself can’t. You ight imagine the fun behind it.
The Evil Kitten tube cage accompanied me also for my whole Second Life, a simply tube cell with a transparent door shield. Up until today, if we want to collar a new slave, they usually have to spend some time inside of this tube cell as a trial for us – and during this time the rest of the family and we ourself get to know better a new potential family member.

I asked Kitty, who told me that she’s been there quite often, to write a little bit about Chek Chau – Daisy’s playground and here’s what she wrote:

Evil Kitten Chek Chau is a BDSM D/s and kidnap play area. When arriving at the landing zone, do yourself a favor and veer right into the Evil Kitten shopping area. It’s not your usual mall but a best-of-breed collection of Daisy’s wonderfully wicked creations. And yes, there are freebies, too.

Crossing the water over a narrow bridge will bring you to an abandoned industrial site which begs to be explored. Rusting metal, paint peeling off walls, heavy concrete structures, graffiti, barbwire fences, hazmat drums, re-bar and spilled buckets set the scene for a multi-level slave storage, a power plant, a pit, factory buildings, warehouses and a well-appointed home with an adjacent ‘garage’. And cells. Did Kitty mention cells?

Make sure to explore the Sky Dungeon (Kitty thinks it has some of the best lockable pits in SL) and also the Garage Roof. Be curious. Not only does the sim set a wonderful atmosphere for some grungy RP, you will also find lots of unique cells, cages, traps and many other contraptions to experiment and play with. The sim also has a small RLV controlled prison area.

So, what is missing? You. Go and explore and then bring a friend and play. Or do both. Or bring more friends. The sim is usually not overly busy, which is another great plus for some unfettered fun and games. Once you’ve completed a hard day’s work and safely stored your victims, you can head for the beach to relax with cocktails and deckchairs, celebrating your accomplishments and the fun you’ve had.

Thank you Kitty, for your description!

I visited Chek Chau – Daisy’s playground myself again Monday, June 5th, mainly to take some pictures for this simploring entry. The sim consists of 3 main parts: The Evil Kitten Store, The public playground and a private area, most probably Daisy’s private home. There’s a teleporter network for the public area and the store. The public area consists of a social area, the industrial complex with the garage and the Beach. With the teleporter network you can also visit the Sky Dungeon and the prison, that Kitty mentioned.

Another premiere for me waited at the social area. There’s a chess board with mesh chessmen and it is fully working. I played my frist game of chess in Second Life game against the computer (at Level 2, I have no idea how many levels it offers nor if it is an easy level). I won :-).

Landmark to Chek Chau – Daisy’s playground


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