7 comments on “2.22 A Very Wet Birthday

  1. The floating eyeballs above the head really floored me.

    The lesson here is not to use cheats to reroll the genetics of a kitten. It doesn't work. I have no idea how it produces THAT, but it doesn't work.

  2. Yeow! What is with that kitty monster. I'm going to have nightmares now!!

    I like Franklin's looks. Like you said, he seems to be a good mix of his parents genetics. In an ISBI, the personality is just as important as looks, so I'm intrigued as to what the other kids are going to grow into. You don't really get a sense of who they are until they reach their teen years though 🙂

  3. Isn't that cat fail amazing! I didn't know even Sims could produce something so messed up.

    I agree that you don't really get to know sims until they're teens. It's kind of frustrating. Generations added a bunch of interesting child-specific interactions, but the vast majority of activities are still restricted to teen and above. Even with three traits, I find that child sims usually don't express themselves with much individuality. They have to be teens to become their own people. Makes it difficult for the youngest children to get a full shot as heir.

  4. Yikes, the cat pictures are really creepy Oo before, I was just going to say that the kids grew up really well, and that I was looking forward to seeing more of Franklin. 😉

  5. I’m favouring Imogen for heir, as much as Franklin is interesting, I hate the green-brown hair. Actually got a mod to stop that hair from randomly showing up in my game. We’ll see what Gideon and Helen look like as teens.

    I find my child idiots do have quite unique personalities, not sure why yours all seem to do the same thing. For example, the one who Loved the Outdoors spent her entire childhood in the sandbox, while the Grumpy one pulled pranks and the Good one cleaned up. Maybe it’s that they’re all insane, that would definitely hinder things.

    • I think some traits lead to really distinctive autonomous behavior and some don’t. I don’t think any of the kids in this generation have been terribly distinctive.

      Also, I am about to give up on my apartment rule. I’ve found that the idiots notice the items in the common areas are less likely to lure out the idiots. I have all sorts of items in the yard that they never use. I think that pic is the only time the sandbox was ever used.

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