Whoops.

I
know
Elaine
wanted
to
get
straight
back
to
HER,
but
instead

we’re
back
to
the
Legacy
House.

Penelope
got
the
...
A
prime
example
of
“when
you
don’t
play
the
game,
the
game
plays
you”:


the
Almighty
Robinoli
hasn’t
updated
It’s
a
Legac...
Killick:

Which
you
is
gonna
buy
somethin’

acos
I

*&*(&in’
wants
to
go

home
an’
hose
down
the
scuppers,
see?

Sophia:

...
See?

Elaine’s
sBll
in
bed.

She
doesn’t
even
know
we
leU.


Her
bedroom
really
is
in
a
turret
with
pink
fairies
on
the
wa...
Gawaine:

See,
Princess?

Even
your
dollhouse
has
a
turret
on
it!

Elaine:

“I
wuv
you!”

“No,
I
wuv
you!”

“Mwah!”
“Mwah!...
Palomides:

I
don’t
mind
babysing
you
and
helping
you
learn
Logic.

I’m

mean,
being
Legacy
Heiress
is
a
big
responsibilit...
Palomides:

May
I
have
a
nice
date,
please?

Because
I’ve
really
earned
it.

Palomides
got
Aileen
Futa,
who
really
is
much
cuter
as
a
girl.

Palomides
was
also
way
too
sneaky
to
let
me
get
a
picture
of
the
swirly

hearts,
but
he
got
his
first
kiss
on
the
first
date...
I
think
Achilles
really
regrets
that
this
Sim
is
Merlin
Fancey,
instead
of

Melissa
Fancey,
here,
but
that’s
what
happens
...
Telemachus:

So,
Daddy,
does
being
Squeaky
Clean
mean
you
never
go
on

dates?

Nausicaa:
I
don’t
think
you
should
ask
Dadd...
Clearly,
something
must
be
done.


Ulysses:

So
maybe
you’d
like
to
go
on
an
official
date
someBme
before

my
kids
are
both
...
Ulysses
has
never
asked
anyone
on
a
date
before.

The
only
date
he’s
ever

had
was
Carmilla’s
idea,
so
he
really
wanted
to...
Well,
now
you
can.


Count
Blah:

BLEH!!!

Ulysses:

You
really
give
other
vampires
a
bad
name,
you
know
that?


Yeah,
talk
about
ruining
the
mood.

Did
you
know
tha...
RomanBc
first
kiss,
for
one
thing,
and
I’m
sure
no
one
will
even
noBce
the

mysterious
puddle
back
there,
which
was
probabl...
Doc
Nerd:

I’ve
always
thought
your
cousin
Titus
was
waaaay
cute.


1.  Ulysses
is
out
of
the
house
now,
and


2.  While
I...
Aw,
go
on,
Doc.

Make
an
honest
vampire
of
him.

Because
he
really
would
like
you
to.

Doc:

Oooooo!

Can
I
be
a
werewolf
now?

Told
you
so.

He’s
had
that
want
cemented
in
his
Want
Panel
for
ages.

Ulysses:

And
it
turned
out
to
be
a
perfect
date
aUer
all!

Hey,
what’s
that

sound?


Somebody
having
a
fight
inside?

Cassius
and
Kennedy
Cox.

Don’t
ask
me,
I
don’t
know.

I
was
busy

tending
Ulysses
and
Doc
Nerd
and
there
was
a
cutaway
to...
DG
was
busy
talking
to
Eddie
Legacy
about
smooches
and
Doc
Nerd—


Doc
Nerd:

‘Scuse
me,
boys.


Um—you
don’t
want
to
go
h...
AUer
that,
it
was
clearly
Bme
for
a
celebratory
jam
session.

Not
too
much
goes
on
at
Ulysses’
and
Achilles’
house.

Ulysses
sleeps

during
the
day,
Achilles
dates
and
goes
to
work
at
...
‐‐and
the
kids
skill.

So
there’s
not
a
lot
to
show
except
for
how
cute
they

are.

That’s
not
strictly
true.

When
Ulysses
is
awake,
he
enjoys
playing
chess

with
Telemachus
and
helping
him
to
build
Logic.

The
Legacy
kids
are
invited
over
a
lot,
and
Elaine
makes
friends
with

everyone.



Nausicaa:

And
I
bought
a
cell
phone!

How
exciBng!

And
everything
you

say
is
interesBng!

Clappy
clap!

Nausicaa
also
Falls
In
Love
with
Leo,
but
I’m
sBll
not
sold
on
the
idea
of

his
going
to
college.

Sorry.

Though
I
was
impressed
by
his
leaving
a
nice
telescope‐‐

Which
is
much
be]er
than
what
one
of
Achilles’
dates
leU;

a
Mr.

Bearlybu]s,
which
has
to
be
the
strangest
date
giU
I’ve
...
Telemachus
also
had
a
large
birthday
party,
with
plenty
of
guests.

Not,
of

course,
other
children;
his
daddy
Ulysses
can...
Telemachus:

Yay
yay
yay!

I
Grew
Up
Well!


Just
Grow
Up
InteresBng.

InteresBng
enough?

He
rolled
Family,
EducaBon
Minister.
Incidentally,
I
erroneously
reported

that
Palomides
wanted
to
be...
Doc
Nerd:

I
guess.

I
thought
I’d
ask
Max
how
his
research
is
coming

along.

Achilles:

I
missed
the
party?


Only
some
of
the
party,
and
you
made
your
second
LTW,
so
it
was
worth

it,
I
hope.

Nausicaa:

So
you
rolled
Family?

You’re
sure?


Telemachus:

Yes,
I’m
sure.

Are
you
sure
about
Pleasure?

Because
you

d...
With
10
Nice
Points
and
Zero
Outgoing,
no,
she
doesn’t.

She
should
have
been

Knowledge.

“But
you
do
want
diversity,
rig...
I
mean,
hey,
look
at
Zane
and
Lenore.

He’s
much
too
Nice
and
she’s

much
too
Mean
and
they’re
both
Family
and.
.
.

.
.
.Hey.

Cut
that
out.


It
must
have
been
the
smell
of
the
garbage.

Lenore:

Hey,
Zane,
you
fell
in
love
with
me
without
geng
permission!

Congrats!

Lenore:

No
fear
of
retribuBon?

No
overcompensaBon,
maybe?


Zane:

Um
.
.
.what?

They
definitely
did
not
ask
my
permission
to
do
this,
and
I
was
very
cross

with
Zane
for
going
in
for
a
RomanBc
Hug
the
se...
‐‐which
it
did,
as
you
can
see.

I
don’t
think
I’ve
let
any
Sims
go
steady
since
Quin
and
Giselle,
and
that

was
GeneraBon
Four.



Brody
Legacina:

You
don’t
import
Legacy
Sims
and
give
them
more
or

less
exactly
what
they
want.

Uh‐huh.

You
keep
telli...
Brody:

Hi.

I
was
just
strolling
by
and
I
thought
I’d
barge
in
and
ask
what

it’s
like
to
be
a
werewolf.


Jane:

What
it...
Jane:

More
or
less
like
this.

Brody:

That
may
have
been
too
much
informaBon.


.
.
.
Ok,
what
does
it
feel
like
to
be
a
werewolf?


Jane:

More
or
less...
Jane:

How’s
that?

Brody:

Huh.

Not
bad.

I’m
really
annoyed
with
you
now,
but
I
think
I’ll
invite

myself
to
dinner
first.


Zane,
have
you
...
Zane:

Um
.
.
.
Um.
.
.
.GOSH,
Mrs.
Midlock,
this
sure
is
good
turkey.


Some
people
are
glu]ons
for
punishment.

Max:
Hello,
grandpapa.

You
and
Mama
arrived
safely?

Cecil:

Naturally.

Max:
And Mama?  Is she well?  You know I thought this journey very 
unwise. 

Cecil:

She is extremely well and fully aware of her surroundings. 
Max:

Hm.

I
graduated
with
a
medical
degree
Summa
Cum
Laude,
and

yet,
Grandpapa,
I
have
no
idea
what
it
means
when
you
s...
Cecil:

I
always
say
precisely
what
I
mean,
Maximilian.

You
have
never

heard
me
u]er
a
deliberate
untruth.


Max:

No do...
Cecil:

In
fact,
I
took
your
mother
for
a
medical
consultaBon.


Max:

Really.  I’m sure that went swimmingly.

Cecil:
AdmiJedly, Cecilia was slightly disconcerted by the doctor’s iniBal 
appearance. 
Cecil:

I
have
every
confidence
that
you
will
be
able
to
provide
a
complete

recovery
for
my
daughter
Cecilia.

Indigenous
physician:

Oh,
really.

Is
that
because
you
have
confidence
in

me,
or
in
my
culture’s
medical
system,
or
in
yo...
Indigenous
Physician:

I
am
sorry.

Perhaps
the
climate
and
our
diet
of

fruits
and
vegetables
may
be
of
some
slight
help,...
Indigenous
Physician:

If it is any consolaBon to you, she seldom feels 
pain.  She is both a child and an old, old woman....
Indigenous
Physician:

I
am
sorry.

There
is
nothing
I
can
do
for
her
here.


You
will
have
to
seek
my
brother
of
Takemizu...
Indigenous
Physician.

I
can,
however,
send
you
on
your
way
with
this.

Cecil:

Ah.

This
would
be
a
form
of
herbal
medicaBon,
would
it?

Indigenous
Physician:

No.
It’s
a
doll.

Cecil:

A
doll.


How
minimally
helpful.

Cecil:

A
doll.

Would
you
credit
it?

He
absolutely
refused
to
be
of
any

assistance
whatsoever.

Max:

Or
is
it
possible
that
there
is
nothing
he
could
do?

Nothing
that

anyone
can
do,
perhaps,
including
you?

Max:

Or
is
it

possible
that
I,
as
a
trained
medical
professional,
would

have
been
able
to
ask
him
about
remedies
that
w...
Cecil:

Hm.

No,
that
is
not
possible.


I
do
not,
however,
know
whom
he
meant
by
“my
brother
of
Takemizu.”



Max:

He
must
have
meant
the
Wise
Old
Man
of
Takemizu
Village.

That
is

the
only
equal
he
would
have
there:

in
that
sens...
Max:

But
you
will
not
take
Mama
there?

Not
directly
from
the
island,

surely?

Surely
you
would
not
recklessly
endanger
...
Cecil:

Thank
you,
Maximilian.

You
have
been
most
helpful.

I
regret
to

tell
you
that
my
cell
phone
is
breaking
up.

Cecil:

Come,
child.



Max:

The
Wise
Old
Man
of
Takemizu?

What
could
he
do
for
Mama?


There
is
nothing
anyone
can
do.


‐‐is
there?

At
the
Legacy
House,
life
is
proceeding
much
more
normally,
with
Killick

training
the
cats.

Killick:

Which
ye
will
Roll...
Palomides:

Hi
there,
Mrs.
Orikes
Marius.

I’m
helping
Dad
out
and
we’re

trying
to
get
the
store
to
Level
10,
so
would
yo...
Ian:

Hmmm.

Maybe
a
pinball
machine.

Palomides:

Oh.

We
don’t
have
one.

Ian:

I
don’t
buy
just
anything.

I’m
picky.

...
Dinadan:

RubyBlue,
would
you
please
buy
a
teddy
bear?

Dinadan:

Just
one?

And
decide
to
like
it?

Just
one
more
loyalty
star
and

I
can
get
back
to
my
wife
and
family,
which
I...
RubyBlue:

Well,
how
can
I
say
no
to
that?

You
really
are
one
of
my

favorites,
Dinadan.



Dinadan:

Thanks;
you’re
a
pa...
And
RubyBlue
does
indeed
give
us
the
magic
last
star—I
believe
it’s
the

122nd—which
brings
Tyke’s
Tower
Toys
to
Level
Ten...
Gawaine:

And
the
good
thing
about
that,
Palomides,
is
that
you
earned
a

Silver
Sales
Badge,
which
with
the
mods
in
this
...
Palomides:

Really?

Wow!


Gawaine:

That
will
come
in
handy,
since
we’re
going
to
college
in
a
few

days.

Elaine:

Have
lots
of
things
been
happening
without
me?


Yes,
but
we
weren’t
going
to
take
you
to
the
businesses
just
yet...
Elaine:

Why
not?

I
would
have
given
the
customers
a
nice
smile.

See?




Elaine:

And
I
would
have
worked
hard.

I’m
not
too
princessy
to
make
my

own
bed;
look!

OK.

Maybe
we’ll
take
you
to
the...
Elaine:

And
I
could
have
earned
all
my
points
the
old‐fashioned
way,
too!

I’m

not
spoiled!

I’m
not!


OK,
we
get
it.

...
Ah,
and
here’s
Kai.

One
extra
boy.

Penelope:

He’s
not
extra
to
me.

Are
you,
sweeBe?

Give
Mommy
one

last
snuggle.

Kai
actually
isn’t
treated
as
an
extra.

His
uncle
Ulysses
grew
up
in

clothing
like
this,
and
his
friend
Telemachus
came
...
Kai:

Pssst!

Wanna
know
a
secret?

Elaine:

Yeah!

What?

Kai:

Palomides
said
we
were
out
of
medieval
custom
content!

A...
Elaine:

Dear
Diary:

Today
is
my
birthday,
and
I’m
happy,
but
I’m
a
li]le

scared.

Everyone
says
I
have
to
succeed,
and
...
It
is
a
big
event,
with
Elaine’s
grandma
there,
and
also
Regina,
who
is
the

placeholder
at
Goodygirls.

Elaine:

Can I do it?

Elaine:

Adventure.  And everything I’ve ever wanted, whatever it is.

Elaine:

And I love all of you so much.

Elaine:

.
.
.

Love.

You
rolled
.
.
.Romance.

You’re
the
first
Squeaky
Clean
heiress
ever
to
roll

Romance.


Elaine:

It’s
nothing
bad.

I
jus...
Regina:

Romance.

Elaine:

Is
that
a
problem?

Haven’t
you
had
a
Romance
Sim
at
Goodygirls

before?

Regina:

Well,
yes—b...
Telemachus:

OK,
I
get
it,
you
want
everyone
to
love
you,
but
why

couldn’t
you
have
rolled
Family,
like
me?

We
want
love...
Gawaine,
luckily,
is
oblivious.

Gawaine:

Pack
your
bags,
Percy!

It’s
Bme
to
take
the
quest
to
University!


We’ve
delay...
Parsifal:

I
was
willing
to
accede
to
your
request
that
we
remain
for
our

sister’s
birthday.

I
have
already
packed,
thus...
Let’s
have
one
last
family
photo,
which
sadly
demonstrates
my
inability
to

do
these.

Elaine:

And
with
Love,
I
can
do
it.

And
without
it,
what
am
I?

Elaine the pure, Elaine the loveable, 
Elaine, the lily maid of Astolat, 
High in her chamber up a tower to the east 
Guar...
. . . Day by day,  
Leaving her household and good father, climb’d 
That eastern tower, and entering barr’d her door.  . ....
. . . So she lived. . .  
. . . In fantasy. 
(Elaine of Astolat—Louis Rhead.)

Thanks
to
all
those
whose
Sims
and
Simselves
made
appearances:

RubyBlue,
her
simself,
D...
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Squeaky Clean Legacy 16.5B: Elaine the Loveable, Part Two

  1. 1. Whoops.

I
know
Elaine
wanted
to
get
straight
back
to
HER,
but
instead
 we’re
back
to
the
Legacy
House.
 Penelope
got
the
ice
cream
store
to
Level
Ten,
but
we
sBll
have
to
get
the
 toy
store
there.

Because
while
the
heiress
has
to
have
a
business,
the
toy
 store
is
tradiBonal
for
our
Legacy,
so
we’re
stuck
with
it.
 Florence
Delarosa
makes
a
good
customer.

I
keep
hoping
Killick
will
get
 her
as
a
date
drop,
but
he
never
does.



  2. 2. A
prime
example
of
“when
you
don’t
play
the
game,
the
game
plays
you”:

 the
Almighty
Robinoli
hasn’t
updated
It’s
a
Legacy
Darling!
since
long
 before
the
rebuild,
and
I
haven’t
even
heard
from
her
in
ages,
but
she’s
 sBll
married
to
my
science
nerd
spare
MorBmer.

 Because
without
her,
my
neighborhood
would
be
sad.

  3. 3. Killick:

Which
you
is
gonna
buy
somethin’

acos
I

*&*(&in’
wants
to
go
 home
an’
hose
down
the
scuppers,
see?
 Sophia:

Fine.

I’ll
be
happy
to
buy
anything
as
long
as
you
stop
being
 colorful.
 (Did
you
know
Killick
is
actually
Sophia’s
grandmother’s
second
husband?

 Strange
but
true!)



  4. 4. See?

Elaine’s
sBll
in
bed.

She
doesn’t
even
know
we
leU.
 Her
bedroom
really
is
in
a
turret
with
pink
fairies
on
the
walls.

It’s
just
 hard
to
get
pictures
of
it.

  5. 5. Gawaine:

See,
Princess?

Even
your
dollhouse
has
a
turret
on
it!
 Elaine:

“I
wuv
you!”

“No,
I
wuv
you!”

“Mwah!”
“Mwah!”
 Gawaine:

Here
comes
the
brave
knight
on
his
horsie!

Oh,
look!

He’s
 saying
“CUT
THAT
OUT.”

  6. 6. Palomides:

I
don’t
mind
babysing
you
and
helping
you
learn
Logic.

I’m
 mean,
being
Legacy
Heiress
is
a
big
responsibility.

It’s
like
being
the
most
 important
person
in
our
li]le
world.

But
hey,
no
pressure.

  7. 7. Palomides:

May
I
have
a
nice
date,
please?

Because
I’ve
really
earned
it.

  8. 8. Palomides
got
Aileen
Futa,
who
really
is
much
cuter
as
a
girl.

  9. 9. Palomides
was
also
way
too
sneaky
to
let
me
get
a
picture
of
the
swirly
 hearts,
but
he
got
his
first
kiss
on
the
first
date,
plus
a
huge
load
of
 AspiraBon
Points.
 He
also
hid
underneath
the
ceiling
fixture
so
I
couldn’t
get
a
picture
of
 the
crush
hearts,
either,
but
Aileen’s
almost
cute
enough
with
him
to
 send
her
to
University.

  10. 10. I
think
Achilles
really
regrets
that
this
Sim
is
Merlin
Fancey,
instead
of
 Melissa
Fancey,
here,
but
that’s
what
happens
with
gender‐reversing.

  11. 11. Telemachus:

So,
Daddy,
does
being
Squeaky
Clean
mean
you
never
go
on
 dates?
 Nausicaa:
I
don’t
think
you
should
ask
Daddy
quesBons
like
that
at
dinner.
 Telemachus:

‘Cause
Uncle
Achilles
always
has
girls
over
to
the
house
and
 he
tells
me
to
go
play
and
there’s
honking
noises
and
I’m
wondering
how
 come
he
does
and
you
never
do
and
you
have
us
and
he
doesn’t.
 Nausicaa:

TELEMACHUS!




  12. 12. Clearly,
something
must
be
done.
 Ulysses:

So
maybe
you’d
like
to
go
on
an
official
date
someBme
before
 my
kids
are
both
in
high
school?

Because
you
can
say
no.

I’d
really
 understand
that,
that
would
be
ok.
.
.
What?
 Gulp.

  13. 13. Ulysses
has
never
asked
anyone
on
a
date
before.

The
only
date
he’s
ever
 had
was
Carmilla’s
idea,
so
he
really
wanted
to
be
all
romanBc
and
suave
 with
Doc
Nerd.

And
everything
was
going
very
well.

You
noBce
how
you
 can’t
see
Count
Blah
back
there?

  14. 14. Well,
now
you
can.
 Count
Blah:

BLEH!!!

  15. 15. Ulysses:

You
really
give
other
vampires
a
bad
name,
you
know
that?
 Yeah,
talk
about
ruining
the
mood.

Did
you
know
that
if
a
vampire
BLEHs
 your
date
and
they
lose
bladder
control,
the
date
instantly
goes
in
the
 tank?
 Emergency
acBon
must
be
taken
or
Doc
Nerd
will
be
back
with
a
flaming
 bag
of
poo.



  16. 16. RomanBc
first
kiss,
for
one
thing,
and
I’m
sure
no
one
will
even
noBce
the
 mysterious
puddle
back
there,
which
was
probably
caused
by
a
Prank.
 But
that
sBll
isn’t
enough
to
save
the
date,
and
Ulysses
is
forced
to
take
 drasBc
measures.

  17. 17. Doc
Nerd:

I’ve
always
thought
your
cousin
Titus
was
waaaay
cute.
 1.  Ulysses
is
out
of
the
house
now,
and

 2.  While
I’m
sure
he
would
have
waited
unBl
he
was
married,
he’s
not
 going
to
get
married
if
he
doesn’t.
 3.  Doesn’t
what?

Never
mind.

  18. 18. Aw,
go
on,
Doc.

Make
an
honest
vampire
of
him.

  19. 19. Because
he
really
would
like
you
to.

  20. 20. Doc:

Oooooo!

Can
I
be
a
werewolf
now?

  21. 21. Told
you
so.

He’s
had
that
want
cemented
in
his
Want
Panel
for
ages.

  22. 22. Ulysses:

And
it
turned
out
to
be
a
perfect
date
aUer
all!

Hey,
what’s
that
 sound?
 Somebody
having
a
fight
inside?

  23. 23. Cassius
and
Kennedy
Cox.

Don’t
ask
me,
I
don’t
know.

I
was
busy
 tending
Ulysses
and
Doc
Nerd
and
there
was
a
cutaway
to
a
fight,
but
I
 didn’t
have
Bme
to
look.

  24. 24. DG
was
busy
talking
to
Eddie
Legacy
about
smooches
and
Doc
Nerd—
 Doc
Nerd:

‘Scuse
me,
boys.
 Um—you
don’t
want
to
go
home
and
take
a
shower,
maybe
change
your
 jeans?

  25. 25. AUer
that,
it
was
clearly
Bme
for
a
celebratory
jam
session.

  26. 26. Not
too
much
goes
on
at
Ulysses’
and
Achilles’
house.

Ulysses
sleeps
 during
the
day,
Achilles
dates
and
goes
to
work
at
night‐‐

  27. 27. ‐‐and
the
kids
skill.

So
there’s
not
a
lot
to
show
except
for
how
cute
they
 are.

  28. 28. That’s
not
strictly
true.

When
Ulysses
is
awake,
he
enjoys
playing
chess
 with
Telemachus
and
helping
him
to
build
Logic.

  29. 29. The
Legacy
kids
are
invited
over
a
lot,
and
Elaine
makes
friends
with
 everyone.



  30. 30. Nausicaa:

And
I
bought
a
cell
phone!

How
exciBng!

And
everything
you
 say
is
interesBng!

Clappy
clap!

  31. 31. Nausicaa
also
Falls
In
Love
with
Leo,
but
I’m
sBll
not
sold
on
the
idea
of
 his
going
to
college.

Sorry.

  32. 32. Though
I
was
impressed
by
his
leaving
a
nice
telescope‐‐

  33. 33. Which
is
much
be]er
than
what
one
of
Achilles’
dates
leU;

a
Mr.
 Bearlybu]s,
which
has
to
be
the
strangest
date
giU
I’ve
ever
seen.

  34. 34. Telemachus
also
had
a
large
birthday
party,
with
plenty
of
guests.

Not,
of
 course,
other
children;
his
daddy
Ulysses
can’t
be
up
before
seven
and
 kids
go
home
at
six.

  35. 35. Telemachus:

Yay
yay
yay!

I
Grew
Up
Well!
 Just
Grow
Up
InteresBng.

  36. 36. InteresBng
enough?
 He
rolled
Family,
EducaBon
Minister.
Incidentally,
I
erroneously
reported
 that
Palomides
wanted
to
be
EducaBon
Minister.

He
doesn’t.

He
wants
 to
Graduate
Three
Children
From
College,
but
then,
Dinadan
wants
Six
 Grandchildren,
so
no
problem
there.
 What
do
you
think,
Doc
Nerd?

InteresBng
stepson?

  37. 37. Doc
Nerd:

I
guess.

I
thought
I’d
ask
Max
how
his
research
is
coming
 along.

  38. 38. Achilles:

I
missed
the
party?
 Only
some
of
the
party,
and
you
made
your
second
LTW,
so
it
was
worth
 it,
I
hope.

  39. 39. Nausicaa:

So
you
rolled
Family?

You’re
sure?
 Telemachus:

Yes,
I’m
sure.

Are
you
sure
about
Pleasure?

Because
you
 don’t
seem
like
the
type.

  40. 40. With
10
Nice
Points
and
Zero
Outgoing,
no,
she
doesn’t.

She
should
have
been
 Knowledge.
 “But
you
do
want
diversity,
right?”
 Sigh.

Right.
And
besides,
you
can
have
different
sorts
of
personaliBes
with
the
 same
AspiraBon.

  41. 41. I
mean,
hey,
look
at
Zane
and
Lenore.

He’s
much
too
Nice
and
she’s
 much
too
Mean
and
they’re
both
Family
and.
.
.

  42. 42. .
.
.Hey.

Cut
that
out.
 It
must
have
been
the
smell
of
the
garbage.

  43. 43. Lenore:

Hey,
Zane,
you
fell
in
love
with
me
without
geng
permission!
 Congrats!

  44. 44. Lenore:

No
fear
of
retribuBon?

No
overcompensaBon,
maybe?
 Zane:

Um
.
.
.what?

  45. 45. They
definitely
did
not
ask
my
permission
to
do
this,
and
I
was
very
cross
 with
Zane
for
going
in
for
a
RomanBc
Hug
the
second
he
was
on
the
lot.


 This
next
bit
wasn’t
to
make
Zane
happy.

It
was
to
make
Lenore
 happy.
.
.
.

  46. 46. ‐‐which
it
did,
as
you
can
see.

  47. 47. I
don’t
think
I’ve
let
any
Sims
go
steady
since
Quin
and
Giselle,
and
that
 was
GeneraBon
Four.



  48. 48. Brody
Legacina:

You
don’t
import
Legacy
Sims
and
give
them
more
or
 less
exactly
what
they
want.

Uh‐huh.

You
keep
telling
yourself
that,
Prof.

  49. 49. Brody:

Hi.

I
was
just
strolling
by
and
I
thought
I’d
barge
in
and
ask
what
 it’s
like
to
be
a
werewolf.
 Jane:

What
it’s
like?

  50. 50. Jane:

More
or
less
like
this.

  51. 51. Brody:

That
may
have
been
too
much
informaBon.
 .
.
.
Ok,
what
does
it
feel
like
to
be
a
werewolf?
 Jane:

More
or
less
like
this.

  52. 52. Jane:

How’s
that?

  53. 53. Brody:

Huh.

Not
bad.

I’m
really
annoyed
with
you
now,
but
I
think
I’ll
invite
 myself
to
dinner
first.
 Zane,
have
you
taken
a
good
look
at
this
house?

I
mean
a
good,
hard
look?

  54. 54. Zane:

Um
.
.
.
Um.
.
.
.GOSH,
Mrs.
Midlock,
this
sure
is
good
turkey.
 Some
people
are
glu]ons
for
punishment.

  55. 55. Max:
Hello,
grandpapa.

You
and
Mama
arrived
safely?

  56. 56. Cecil:

Naturally.
 Max:
And Mama?  Is she well?  You know I thought this journey very  unwise. 

  57. 57. Cecil:

She is extremely well and fully aware of her surroundings. 
  58. 58. Max:

Hm.

I
graduated
with
a
medical
degree
Summa
Cum
Laude,
and
 yet,
Grandpapa,
I
have
no
idea
what
it
means
when
you
say
that.



  59. 59. Cecil:

I
always
say
precisely
what
I
mean,
Maximilian.

You
have
never
 heard
me
u]er
a
deliberate
untruth.
 Max:

No doubt that’s true.  Where was it this Bme, Grandpapa?  Back to  the volca—  Cecil:

Do
not
speak
of
that.

  60. 60. Cecil:

In
fact,
I
took
your
mother
for
a
medical
consultaBon.
 Max:

Really.  I’m sure that went swimmingly.

  61. 61. Cecil:
AdmiJedly, Cecilia was slightly disconcerted by the doctor’s iniBal  appearance. 
  62. 62. Cecil:

I
have
every
confidence
that
you
will
be
able
to
provide
a
complete
 recovery
for
my
daughter
Cecilia.

  63. 63. Indigenous
physician:

Oh,
really.

Is
that
because
you
have
confidence
in
 me,
or
in
my
culture’s
medical
system,
or
in
your
ability
to
buy
anything
 you
want,
or
in
your
own
imperial
arrogance
to
arrange
the
universe
to
 your
liking?
 Cecil:

I
would
prefer
the
terms
“self‐discipline
and
clarity
of
objecBve,”
 but
on
the
whole,
mostly
the
la]er.


  64. 64. Indigenous
Physician:

I
am
sorry.

Perhaps
the
climate
and
our
diet
of
 fruits
and
vegetables
may
be
of
some
slight
help,
but
there
is
nothing
I
 can
do
for
her.

And
I
would,
in
spite
of
you,
for
her
sake,
but
I
cannot.

  65. 65. Indigenous
Physician:

If it is any consolaBon to you, she seldom feels  pain.  She is both a child and an old, old woman.  It is very sad.  Cecil:

This is, no doubt, why you were juggling during your consultaBon.

  66. 66. Indigenous
Physician:

I
am
sorry.

There
is
nothing
I
can
do
for
her
here.

 You
will
have
to
seek
my
brother
of
Takemizu.

  67. 67. Indigenous
Physician.

I
can,
however,
send
you
on
your
way
with
this.

  68. 68. Cecil:

Ah.

This
would
be
a
form
of
herbal
medicaBon,
would
it?
 Indigenous
Physician:

No.
It’s
a
doll.

  69. 69. Cecil:

A
doll.
 How
minimally
helpful.

  70. 70. Cecil:

A
doll.

Would
you
credit
it?

He
absolutely
refused
to
be
of
any
 assistance
whatsoever.

  71. 71. Max:

Or
is
it
possible
that
there
is
nothing
he
could
do?

Nothing
that
 anyone
can
do,
perhaps,
including
you?

  72. 72. Max:

Or
is
it

possible
that
I,
as
a
trained
medical
professional,
would
 have
been
able
to
ask
him
about
remedies
that
would
have
been
of
some
 use
to
someone
other
than
Mama,
perhaps?

Perhaps
even
of
use
to
her?

 ‐‐but
you
did
not
know
what
quesBons
to
put
to
him?

  73. 73. Cecil:

Hm.
 No,
that
is
not
possible.

 I
do
not,
however,
know
whom
he
meant
by
“my
brother
of
Takemizu.”



  74. 74. Max:

He
must
have
meant
the
Wise
Old
Man
of
Takemizu
Village.

That
is
 the
only
equal
he
would
have
there:

in
that
sense,
he
would
be
a
 “brother.”

  75. 75. Max:

But
you
will
not
take
Mama
there?

Not
directly
from
the
island,
 surely?

Surely
you
would
not
recklessly
endanger
her
and
yourself
to‐‐

  76. 76. Cecil:

Thank
you,
Maximilian.

You
have
been
most
helpful.

I
regret
to
 tell
you
that
my
cell
phone
is
breaking
up.

  77. 77. Cecil:

Come,
child.



  78. 78. Max:

The
Wise
Old
Man
of
Takemizu?

What
could
he
do
for
Mama?

 There
is
nothing
anyone
can
do.
 ‐‐is
there?

  79. 79. At
the
Legacy
House,
life
is
proceeding
much
more
normally,
with
Killick
 training
the
cats.
 Killick:

Which
ye
will
Roll
Over,
Taffy,
an’
do
it
right
sharp‐like
or
I’ll
keel‐ haul
ye.
 Taffy:

PRRrrrrrrr.
 Cats
know
an
empty
threat
when
they
hear
one.

  80. 80. Palomides:

Hi
there,
Mrs.
Orikes
Marius.

I’m
helping
Dad
out
and
we’re
 trying
to
get
the
store
to
Level
10,
so
would
you
buy
something
and
give
 us
some
loyalty
stars?
 Orikes:

Of
course.
 Palomides:

Great!

And
can
you
recommend
us
to
some
friends
of
yours?

  81. 81. Ian:

Hmmm.

Maybe
a
pinball
machine.
 Palomides:

Oh.

We
don’t
have
one.
 Ian:

I
don’t
buy
just
anything.

I’m
picky.


 Palomides:

Oh,
geez.

How
about
an
ornamental
reindeer?
 Ian:
Well.
.
.
.
All
right.

  82. 82. Dinadan:

RubyBlue,
would
you
please
buy
a
teddy
bear?

  83. 83. Dinadan:

Just
one?

And
decide
to
like
it?

Just
one
more
loyalty
star
and
 I
can
get
back
to
my
wife
and
family,
which
I’m
really
glad
to
have
 because
you
never
got
around
to
giving
me
one,
not
that
I’m
 complaining.

  84. 84. RubyBlue:

Well,
how
can
I
say
no
to
that?

You
really
are
one
of
my
 favorites,
Dinadan.


 Dinadan:

Thanks;
you’re
a
pal!

  85. 85. And
RubyBlue
does
indeed
give
us
the
magic
last
star—I
believe
it’s
the
 122nd—which
brings
Tyke’s
Tower
Toys
to
Level
Ten.

Dinadan
quickly
 made
Morris
Bende]
the
manager
and
he
hasn’t
been
back
since.

  86. 86. Gawaine:

And
the
good
thing
about
that,
Palomides,
is
that
you
earned
a
 Silver
Sales
Badge,
which
with
the
mods
in
this
game,
gives
you
an
 addiBonal
scholarship.

  87. 87. Palomides:

Really?

Wow!
 Gawaine:

That
will
come
in
handy,
since
we’re
going
to
college
in
a
few
 days.

  88. 88. Elaine:

Have
lots
of
things
been
happening
without
me?
 Yes,
but
we
weren’t
going
to
take
you
to
the
businesses
just
yet.

  89. 89. Elaine:

Why
not?

I
would
have
given
the
customers
a
nice
smile.

See?




  90. 90. Elaine:

And
I
would
have
worked
hard.

I’m
not
too
princessy
to
make
my
 own
bed;
look!
 OK.

Maybe
we’ll
take
you
to
the
ice
cream
store
when
you’re
older.

  91. 91. Elaine:

And
I
could
have
earned
all
my
points
the
old‐fashioned
way,
too!

I’m
 not
spoiled!

I’m
not!
 OK,
we
get
it.

There’s
nothing
wrong
with
drinking
eggplant
juice.

That’s
how
 your
Uncle
Ulysses
earned
skill
points.



  92. 92. Ah,
and
here’s
Kai.

One
extra
boy.
 Penelope:

He’s
not
extra
to
me.

Are
you,
sweeBe?

Give
Mommy
one
 last
snuggle.

  93. 93. Kai
actually
isn’t
treated
as
an
extra.

His
uncle
Ulysses
grew
up
in
 clothing
like
this,
and
his
friend
Telemachus
came
over
for
a
nice
party.

  94. 94. Kai:

Pssst!

Wanna
know
a
secret?
 Elaine:

Yeah!

What?
 Kai:

Palomides
said
we
were
out
of
medieval
custom
content!

And
he
 said
I’d
have
to
wear
the
dragon
costume,
but
I
found
this
raggy
peasant
 ouqit
instead!

Sure
fooled
him!

*snerk*
 Elaine:

Yes—I’m
glad
that
makes
you
happy.

  95. 95. Elaine:

Dear
Diary:

Today
is
my
birthday,
and
I’m
happy,
but
I’m
a
li]le
 scared.

Everyone
says
I
have
to
succeed,
and
I’m
not
sure
I
can.

What
if
I
 disappoint
everybody?
 But
I’m
going
to
be
a
teenager
and
that
will
be
a
big
adventure.

There’s
 something
I’ve
always
wanted,
and
maybe
now
I’ll
know
what
it
is.

  96. 96. It
is
a
big
event,
with
Elaine’s
grandma
there,
and
also
Regina,
who
is
the
 placeholder
at
Goodygirls.

  97. 97. Elaine:

Can I do it?

  98. 98. Elaine:

Adventure.  And everything I’ve ever wanted, whatever it is.

  99. 99. Elaine:

And I love all of you so much.

  100. 100. Elaine:

.
.
.

Love.

  101. 101. You
rolled
.
.
.Romance.

You’re
the
first
Squeaky
Clean
heiress
ever
to
roll
 Romance.
 Elaine:

It’s
nothing
bad.

I
just
want
to
be
love
and
be
loved.

  102. 102. Regina:

Romance.
 Elaine:

Is
that
a
problem?

Haven’t
you
had
a
Romance
Sim
at
Goodygirls
 before?
 Regina:

Well,
yes—but
not
a
Romance
heiress.  That’s
a
li]le
bit
 different.
 Elaine:

You
mean.
.
.
.
You
don’t
think
we
can
have
parBes?
 Regina:

Oh.

OH.

ParBes.

WHEW.

  103. 103. Telemachus:

OK,
I
get
it,
you
want
everyone
to
love
you,
but
why
 couldn’t
you
have
rolled
Family,
like
me?

We
want
love.


 Elaine:

It’s
not
exactly
the
same.

I
want
RomanBc
Love.


 Telemachus:

Or
maybe
Pop?

They
want
to
be
liked
by
lots
and
lots
of
 people.

You
could
talk
to
Gawaine
about
it.
 ‐‐on
second
thought,
DON’T
talk
to
Gawaine
about
it.

He’ll
hit
the
ceiling
 when
he
finds
out.





  104. 104. Gawaine,
luckily,
is
oblivious.
 Gawaine:

Pack
your
bags,
Percy!

It’s
Bme
to
take
the
quest
to
University!

 We’ve
delayed
this
much
too
long.

  105. 105. Parsifal:

I
was
willing
to
accede
to
your
request
that
we
remain
for
our
 sister’s
birthday.

I
have
already
packed,
thus
demonstraBng
both
 courtesy
and
promptness,
the
politeness
of
princes.

But
even
my
natural
 sense
of
charity
is
strained
and
I
wonder
if
you
will
conBnue
your
 barbaric
behavior
well
into
college.
 Gawaine:

Probably.

  106. 106. Let’s
have
one
last
family
photo,
which
sadly
demonstrates
my
inability
to
 do
these.

  107. 107. Elaine:

And
with
Love,
I
can
do
it.

And
without
it,
what
am
I?

  108. 108. Elaine the pure, Elaine the loveable,  Elaine, the lily maid of Astolat,  High in her chamber up a tower to the east  Guarded the sacred shield of Lancelot. . .  
  109. 109. . . . Day by day,   Leaving her household and good father, climb’d  That eastern tower, and entering barr’d her door.  . .  
  110. 110. . . . So she lived. . .   . . . In fantasy. 
  111. 111. (Elaine of Astolat—Louis Rhead.)
 Thanks
to
all
those
whose
Sims
and
Simselves
made
appearances:
 RubyBlue,
her
simself,
Dinadan
Locks,
Goldilocks and the Nine Heirs;  Purple
Bunny,
her
simself,
Jack
Buccaneer,
PiraBcal Legacy;  Doc
Nerd,
her
simself,
VeBnari Dualegacy;  Peasant
007,
Zane
(Devereaux)
Jacquet,
Devereaux Legacy;  Orikes,
her
simself,
Ian
and
Brody
Legacina,
Pseudo Legacy.

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