the start of a legacy.

heather johnson is evil, charismatic, virtusio, mooch and a party animal her life time wish beeing becoming a rockstar and is developing a rather sinister plot to satisfy her somewhat evil nature.

note: as I am running on the 190 day lifespan I wont be keeping score as its against the “official rules” but for me normal is just too short as you may have noticed I’m going for a matriarcy legacy so all heirs will be daughters who inherit the family trait virtusio like heather.

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5 Responses to the start of a legacy.

  1. enkeli63 says:

    That is a very fun combination of traits! The matriarchy is a very good idea too because only the ladies can have a child with service sims who don’t live in the home–so that allows you to try and unlock hidden traits that are passed on by the NPC sims 😉 I found the pyromaniac trait to be a bit of a disappointment because there were no animated flames when they “set fires.” But nonetheless, accomplishing it was fun and rewarding because it was hard for me to do and took many, many tries!

    You CAN keep track of your points if you play on the long lifespan. I play on Long also because I just find it more fun, and a lot of other players do too. The points are really just for ourselves anyways, but you can compare your points with others who play on the same setting.

    Good luck! I look forward to watching Heather’s life unfold 🙂

  2. blaze024 says:

    thanks for taking the time to read the start of the hopefully epic tale of heather and her legacy as for points I cant be bothered keeping track of it lol so I’ll just forget about it but again thanks for reading and hopefully this legacy blog will keep you entertained as your’s have entertained me 🙂

    • enkeli63 says:

      Actually, when I started testing my Legacy family the second time, I forgot about points and it IS more fun that way! Besides, the photographs they can take with the cameras in World Adventures look so much nicer than portraits they can paint–even when the portrait turns out a “masterpiece” So from now on, I’m taking a photo portrait for hanging on the wall and just forgetting about points altogether!

  3. blaze024 says:

    yeah its better that way to be honest for one thing its not all that easy to “keep track” of the points you earn during game play and its quite a hassle anyways so I prefer to just “tell the story” rather than concentrate on the less important part that is the “point score”

  4. dustydreamer says:

    Those are a very interesting combo of traits. ^^

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