It's been a few weeks since I've actually played this rotation, so I really hope I covered everything! I'll probably throw anything I accidentally left out into their next rotation.
To give my werewolf some more wolf-ish behaviour, I decided to go with garlic immunity (since he's not really supposed to be a vampire), super strength so he can be the biggest strongest wolf, child of the moon so he's more powerful when he 'transforms' at night, and full sunlight immunity because werewolves wouldn't have a sun weakness.
I then went with fitful sleep, and sloppy drinker has his weaknesses. I figure he's a sloppy wolf boy so sloppy drinker is very fitting, and then fitful sleep is just the least annoying (and least vamp-y) weakness I can give him.
As for his 'vampire' perks, I tried to stick with a similar theme by giving him the ability to manipulate other sims' emotions, life spirit, and cast hallucinations. He also got mist travel and eternally welcome, so that he can appear out of nowhere whenever and wherever he pleases. Finally I gave him odorless (what kind of ghost needs to bathe?), garlic immunity, and student of the occult to eat up some more power points.
For weaknesses I went with eternal sadness to make him even more emotional, undead aura since he really is undead, withered stomach because ghosts don't need to eat (looking at you, Caleb!!), and then fitful sleep again to eat up his last 2 weakness points.
I did at least give her a new name and look, so that she would not be confused with her much nicer alter ego, Oceana Neptune, from Livy's Hot Ladies Association.
I have played them for two rotations at this point, and it very quickly became clear that Scott and Eugene share a brain cell between the two of them, and Persephone decides who gets to use it.
I also built a fancy bank for my game using the new vaults from Get Famous, so when Persephone has maxed out her skills, she can attempt to break into said vaults and steal some fortunes. I have already tested my community lot vaults, and I am pleased to report that they work, so if all goes well, Persephone will be pulling off a sweet heist in a future update. ;)
I'm not very good at making dudes.
I guess Alec didn't know what to do after their bone session got interrupted by Persephone, so he attempted to go fishing. He's looking at his fishing rod like "what the fuck am I doing."
I bet he'd get along well with Liv.
This time around I was very careful to decorate the apartment so that all of the 'problem' spawn points were accessible, and they could fix the problems without me having to move the furniture around every time.
I wish I could just take a nap in a bush at parties and look that good doing it.
Jeff looks far too delighted with his fire stick. I don't even think he was trying to cook anything, I think he just set a stick on fire for fun.
I decided to send Scott and Eugene home at this point, partly to avoid Jeff starting fights with other partygoers (he is hotheaded, after all), and partly because I was starting to feel bad for Persephone, who was still napping in a bush.
Not sure which one of them has the braincell at this point. Persephone might have just stolen it entirely.
He shows up in his wolf form, which seems to intimidate Lacie just enough to get an apology out of her.
I might have to confiscate their keyboard; it was awful.
Also, I have no idea who that random townie is, or how he got into their apartment, but I do remember that he just sat down next to her at the table and pulled out a cupcake??
I've played through a little of it with Lilith, but now that I've moved her to a different career it might be nice to play through the rest of it (and see if EA's fixed it at all, which I doubt.)
Luckily, Thorne Bailey is a huge asshole, so Scott didn't have to stoop to that level.
I think they forgot to factor the newer hot weather outfits into the suspect scenarios. :P
It's a little ironic, considering my backstory for her was that she was a black widow with four mysteriously missing partners, but hey; maybe this is how she's been evading capture. ;)
That's pretty gay, guys.
I think they're into each other.
I did not have Scott join, mostly because they're low on room in the club, and I've been thinking of turning it into a group just for Jeff and Andy's respective families, to make it easier for them to have family playdates.
stubborn couples, so I decided to try getting them into a flirty mood before tanking their relationship with any more unreciprocated flirts.
I like that the rash that comes with this particular illness makes him look like a tiger-striped werewolf.
It's nice that it adds some more personality to certain traits, but man it gets annoying real fast.
I like to think that he spent the afternoon training at the gym (with Alec pumping him up from the sidelines) before he showed up to put these two back in their place.
And what did Scott do during all of this, you may wonder?