Monday, February 28, 2011

Dr. Ukyo

Today we are visiting the area of mystic creatures, like fae, drow and many more... we will meet Dr. Ukyo.

Hello Doc,

what made you decide to become a Mama Allpa Doctor?
I became a doctor because I was told that with my descriptions and wish to add detail I can present an enjoyable rp experience to add to a pregnancy.  I do not think I am great, but for things such as medieval or fantasy based pregnancies / birth and for elves and fae I feel I am very capable and detailed.

What is your favorite thing to do in SL aside from Mama Allpa?
 I believe my favorite thing to do in Sl when I am not seeing to the needs of patients and meeting with a few other doctors to discuss methods and quality is I like to build.  By blending a heavy dose of asian and sylvan fantasy together I find I have stumbled into a pleasing and relaxing build stuff.  I also rp on several sims as a kind of meta-rp fantasy.

What is a goal that you wish to achieve still in SL?
I have two goals which are very important to me at this time.  One is I wish to create a  place or rp which promotes interaction between people in a fantasy environment and where people can simply enjoy being.  And I wish to one day wed, but I can wait until that arrives - it also ties into my desire for an SL family.  This has proven very difficult in the past as one most balance work, Allpa, creating,and down time on top of an SL spouse.  Maybe I will be as lucky until I have a few very close friends to assist me through life here.
Dr. Ukyo as he explores in his sparetime

What would you like to tell our readers as message?
Mama Allpa has come a long way, it is a good product with many good people behind it as support.  Those who use it are as versed as those who can help you develop the effects you wish to achieve wether it be your first attempt within a monogamous sl relationship with a spouse, an unknown polygamous fling with risk, sci-fi elements, bringing an end to a pregnancy, or simply as someone to talk with about your wants.  We are here for you.

Thank you Dr. Ukyo!

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