Sea chest

 

Dutchie’s bondage sea chest has 30 adult couple animations and 3 sequences, designed for capture roleplay or bdsm. It is color-changeable into 3 different woods, making it look as fitting on a pirate ship, as it would as a charming sidetable in a present-day interior.

The animations are divided in 3 submenu’s. The chest rezzes chains, gives out full permission shackles and a temp attach dildo, has a no balls system and optional RLV functions.

The chest is copy and mod, 100 percent mesh with materials enabled, and it has the land impact of 7 prims.

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MANUAL

SIT: There are no balls, just right click the chest and sit on it. Captive first, but you can hit the SWAP button if you land on the wrong seat.

CUFFS: Click on the button Give cuffs for copy/mod/trans shackles. When you wear the shackles, particles chains will appear during the bondage animations.

DILDO: The chest will offer a tem attach dildo during the right animation. PLEASE NOTE: In some viewers the question for permission to attach to your avatar, may appear under the menu window.

SEQUENCES: Also in the rings are 3 sequences. Click the sequence button again to pause or continue again.

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ADJUSTMENTS

POSES: Under the ADJUST menu a button named POSE enables discrete real-time adjustment of the poses.

FACES: Under the ADJUST menu a button named FACES turns facial expressions on or off.

SECURITY: Under the ADJUST menu a button named SECURITY makes your furniture usable by Owner, Group or All.

COLORS: Under the ADJUST menu a button named COLORS gives access to 3 different color options.

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IN CASE OF PROBLEMS

RESET SCRIPTS: You can reset the scripts by right clicking the chair, choose edit, then go to the Build menu in the top bar of the viewer, choose scripts, then reset scripts.

Or delete this version and rez a new one.

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THE RLV MENU

RLV means “Restrained Love Viewer”, and it’s functions can be turned on in some third party viewers like Phoenix, Singularity and Restrained Love. It is not necessary for playing on the rings, but can add dept to the experience of control.

Having RLV turned on in combination with wearing a relay, permits others or traps to control your avatar. Others can force you to do things, like sit on objects and hold you captive there. Please note: RLV commands will have NO influence over you if you are not wearing a scripted object that works as a relay.

Many collars include a relay, but it can also be a simple hud, in the form of a small dot in your screen. If you remove the relay, no one can force you to do anything. You decide when you would like to give control away.

RLV MANUAL

[CAPTURE] gives the capturer the option to trap a captive on the rings and for how long, from 1 to 60 minutes. He does not have to be on the rings to do that, only to click them. [RELEASE] is obviously to release the captive. [MORE…] gives 5 options for restriction:

Touch/NoTouch: Unable to click the surroundings and the menu.

MuteIM/Unmute IM: The ability to send or receive IM’s.
Avatars that im the captive get the message: “The Resident you messaged is prevented from reading your instant messages at the moment, please try again later.” The captive get’s the message: “name avatar: *** IM blocked by your viewer”, so it knows who called and can call back later.

NoNames/Names: The ability to see the names of avatars around.

NoMinimap/Minimap: The ability to see the minimap.

NoMap/Map: The ability to see the map.

HOW TURN ON RLV IN PHOENIX FIRESTORM

1) Hit Control-P to go to your Preferences, click the Firestorm tab, Under General enable the option: Allow Remote Scripter Viewer Controls (RLVa). Then log out and back in. When you come back, you will find a RLVa menu in the top bar of your viewer.

2) Wear a relay like a collar or relay hud, like this free, simple, copy/transfer version: https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Free-RLV-Relay-HUD-21/125778

SAFETY

There’s nothing really bad that anyone can do to an RLV user. It only deepens the experience of being under control. But if you are uncomfortable, log out. Disable the RLV settings in your preferences and log back in, perhaps to home instead of to last location.