Isobel is the last household in this rotation.
I had her move into Jeff’s old apartment (17 Culpepper House), and switched her lot traits to historical, registered vampirelair, and great acoustics.
Either way, he immediately upsets Isobel, so it looks like he’s off to a rocky start with both the vampires. He does apologize at least, so I guess he’s just politer than Jeff is.
I wasn’t entirely sure what I should do with Isobel to keep her interesting, until I read about the ghost pets on Deadgrass Isle, and immediately decided Isobel needed to adopt pet or three.
Her first night of ghost hunting was a small success - I found some cats, but I wasn’t able to get a high enough score either of them for Isobel take them home just yet.
I think I’m going to have her adopt this fat one. It’s named something stupid like Sprinkles, but I’ll have her give it a fancier name once it’s in her household.
She’ll also be working on writing, since she’s working towards becoming a bestselling author, and topping that career track.
Initially I had my sights set on that fat cat, but I couldn’t find her the second night Isobel went back, and this dog just looked so sad that I had to try for it, too.
I was able to ask her to move in after Isobel reached good friends, if anyone’s curious what level of friendship you need for the option to pop up.
Can’t remember what she was called before (something dumb, probably), but her new name is Lacey.
Sent Isobel back to Deadgrass Isle for a third night to collect that fat cat. Thankfully she was able to get a high enough relationship score to adopt it this time, which means I can stop visiting and making myself sad.
She has the mischievous trait, which explains the face she’s making here.
I should probably add that is wasn’t just Caleb not being interested; he’d ask her to hang out, and then he’d show up in a pissy mood and stop around the apartment. Sims don’t take well to flirting when they’re mad, apparently.