Liza: Gee, our weather’s been crazy lately! Hey… did you change your hair? Something’s different.
Jamie: I became a fairy two days ago.
Liza: So THAT’S it! Wait a second… where did you get those cool sunglasses?
Jamie: Your maker aged me back and forgot to change my career outfit.
Liza: Why are you complaining? I’d wear that to work!
Liza’s plants are growing!
And here is the deer that wants to ruin it all.
DEER: TROT TROT, MOTHAFUCKA
Liza: Hello my precious babies! How are you all doing today? Ooh, have I got some gossip for you!
Some more cheap decorating! It will get better once she makes more moolah, I promise.
Since I’m approaching this legacy in a more relaxed way, I realized that I forgot to do the introductions.
Liza’s traits: Inappropriate, Easily Impressed, Childish, Green Thumb, Hopeless Romantic.
Liza’s LTW: The Perfect Garden.
This is a random legacy challenge, and her generation’s rules are located here. In summary, I cheated and gave her the gardening career, which is not an official option. As part of the perfectionist goal, she has to max out the gardening trait and complete all skill challenges related to it. Every favorite meal in the household must be made at least once. Once Liza gets a pet, they must go off and explore once a week. Every generation must produce either a painting, a sculpture, or a photograph of the heir.
Liza needed a friend, so I sent her next door to meet her neighbor, Jamie Jolina. Homegurl needed a makeover.
Liza: So you’re, like, a surgeon?? So if I fell and split my stomach open and all my organs were falling out, you’d push them back in?
Jamie: (What have I gotten myself into…?)
A fresh start in Sunset Valley and my attempt at cheap decorating!
Last night I was all jazzed up about starting a new legacy! Unfortunately I can only play for about 2 hours before I get bored. I didn’t get further than this.
wasn’t 100% happy with the editing on this when i originally posted this last night and then i realized it was a dumb thing to worry about
Played for fun yesterday. It’s very freeing to take pictures just for the hell of it, not because I feel like I have to document something.