The origins of this sim cluster are very old and link back to the first year when private-owned land was created.
It is a sim cluster with mathematic disposition. Sims are placed to form squares and between each two existing sims there are two void sims. Its size is impressive. Nobody could measure exactly how many sims are inside A063, but estimations are between 1000 and 1100. At this gigantic size, A063 has more sims then any existing Continent. Overall size is about 70% of a Grid Sector, making it the widest sim cluster and far larger then any continent. Sim density is 11%.
The sim cluster has an interesting shape. It has a central lobe, hosting over 600 sims. To West, a very long and sharp peninsula is extending like a fist, while in East, there is another lobe, smaller.
Inside the sim cluster, a few smaller structures can be identified. The list includes 6 microcontinents, while the Western fist-peninsula can be considered as a sim cluster.
It is impossible to survey by random teleporting even 30% of all sims found here. As expected, the variety of land found here is too big. It is impossible to make statistics about land types. Second Life Geography team made a few random teleports in the area and discovered anything, from tropical beaches, residential land, wilderness sims and large shops, to gay places and buildings that could not be defined.
Land Status Edit
Land is owned by multiple estates, but one of them seem to have near 50% of land. Probably there is a land corporation that works through multiple estates. Such a gigantic sim cluster cannot be created by random.
It is a place that deserves to be visited. By random teleporting, there are so many surprises that a traveler might find. Just note that Land With Restricted Access is present and covers about 40% of all land.
Sim Examples Edit
- Lost Heaven
- Whispering Wind
- Summer Cove