The Autumn’s beauty at Lionheart

Are you celebrating for Autumn?

We took a trip around Lionheart and discovered interesting sites with decorations set up at private residences and places of business. From Jack-o-Lanterns and ghosts to, coffins, graves and corpses, as well as piles of fallen leaves; the current season is clear to see.

Here are photos that show how […]

Lionheart Landowner Crash Course

Dear Residents,

Over the past several years that we have been providing a land service at Lionheart Virtual Estate, we have continually found that there is a need to try to help educate customers on landownership basics in order to teach them firsthand how “owning land” works. We find this knowledge to be essential so […]

Interview with Blaise Glendevon, of TheRumor.biz

Blaise Glendevon

Several weeks ago we published a resident story shared by one of our landowners. We were pleased by the feedback received from the readership and wanted to continue with that, but have since decided to go about presenting the offering in different form. We passed an open invitation […]

If you build it…they will what?

Roundabout Caution Sign

Anyone who runs a private virtual estate has likely ran across their share of infamous questions inquired by potential customers, but what would be the most prominently remembered ones from all experiences? I’d like to think that these are: “How much traffic goes through here?” and “Would x sort of business have a good success?“

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Howdy Neighbor Day – August 2010

Dear Residents and Friends,

We invite you to join us at our recurring social gathering, Howdy Neighbor Day.

Howdy Neighbor Day is a Lionheart community meet-up event. The occasion is purely informal and we invite all landowners, residents and merchants alike. You may discover some familiar faces and surely much newer ones. This is your […]

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Sims: 13
Total Land Sqm: 851,968
Public Land Sqm: 398,896
Citizens Land Sqm: 453,072
Parcels: 270
Parcels For Sale: 128
Directory Entries: 12
Citizens Prim Capacity: 382,520
Citizens Prims used: 104,486