And here it is, the official LL announcement regarding the prim allowance going up;
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New Perk! Prim Limit Increase
Premium members are entitled to a Linden Home and can own parcels on the Mainland. Now, we’re raising the limit on the number of prims you can use in those spaces. This means you will have more prims and creative flexibility to decorate and customize your own space. Land impact (object) capacity on Mainland Regions will go from 15,000 to 22,500 – that’s a lot more building capacity!
In addition to this, we will further carry the prim limit increases to the private estate regions shortly. Keep your eye on our blogs for more information!
An episode of Designing Worlds comes out later this afternoon which talks more in-depth about this new perk. We’ll update this blog once it’s available.
I left out the other stuff about extras you get for becoming a premium member, make sure to read the full announcement by clicking here.
I can’t help thinking that by linking this news to the special premium member deal some people may wonder if the prim allowance will only go up for premium members.
Second Life is a shop run by Dongsheng that can be found in Liyue Harbor that sells Cooking Ingredients. The supplies restock daily. Reach Reputation Rank 4 in Liyue to gain a 10% Discount. The Second Life shop menu can be accessed by speaking to Dongsheng. Land Impact and Prim Count are interchangably used. Prims are short for 'primitives' - basic objects that have been around in Second Life since time immemorial. Mesh objects and flexiprim (primitives that are sculpted using a 'sculpt map' to define their shape) objects can have varying land impacts based on how graphically intensive they are.
Either way, this explains why you, poor islanders, living far away from the mothermainland, might still not have seen a change in your prim allowance.
Anyway, we’ll know soon.
Today at 2pm there shall be a special Designing Worlds broadcast possibly followed by another post by Linden Lab and Inara Pey blog.
Little bird has told me that there will be more interesting news there.
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You can also try and be live at the Designing Worlds broadcast with Patch Linden, more about that can be read by clicking here.
See you on the other side.