|Oct. 13th, 2013 11:40 am Alone against the zombies!|
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Budeie went to college and brought home four lifefruits from a seed Magnus had found during his last season as an arts student. Or more likely second to last, as the long Sim winter intervened. Anyway, it is finally time for ambrosia!
None too early, as there was just 1 day left of their Young Adult lifespan. It's time for them to leave the nest soon, I think. Fall in love and get married, preferably with pixies, as I'd like to see how the genetics play out over time. ^_^
And there they go! In the middle of the night. The paparazzi is vaguely aware of what's going on, it seems, but doesn't take any pictures.
From the frying pan into parenthood: The girls soon find themselves husbands and have children. This is a lot less fun than you'd think from advertising. At least it should give us some interesting genetics eventually. If not, I suppose we will have to resurrect them eventually and try again. ^_^
Under the full moon, elderly zombies crawl up from the ground behind the house. I am pretty sure they weren't buried there originally ... well, unless the girls have hidden something from me.
Luckily Magnus Itland is there to stop them - not with a fireball (although I am sure that would have stopped them too) but with an altogether different spell:
A Blessing of the Sun removes the zombie curse and restores the undead to healthy life!
(It is a little known fact that in a different world, Magnus Itland was once known as Sun's Bright Hand, that world's most incandescent superhero. Old habits and all. ^_^)
You can also cast the sunblessing on your self(sim), as sim_magnus has done here. No, that's not Practice, but her genetic mother. Perhaps it is my Neanderthal genes, but I find it really hard to tell apart people who have no fur at all. I think Tixxis has slightly larger breasts, Practice was probably the flattest adult woman I've seen in the game. As you can see, sim_magnus finds it awkward to have to rely on breasts to tell his date apart from his daughter!
Now that the Itland family is intermarried with our resident pixie family, I can conveniently inspect their family tree.
Although "tree" may not be the right word. More like "family moss carpet". (Open picture separately to view in full size, as it would kill any sane page layout.)
There are some weird sights in there. One of the first generation pixie children seems to be an elder, unlike his parents. A couple more have black hair. Brown skin seems to be dominant over pixie skin, but pink (Caucasian) skin seem to yield shades of violet or occasionally be recessive. That seems strange - unlikely, really - so perhaps we should try to run this experiment a bit longer and get more data.