A couple days ago Elvira killed Mindy Bays — wife of Michael (an earlier victim), live-in girlfriend of Adam Schlick (and mother of his last child). Then last night she killed Renee Schlick, the gold-digging former wife of Steven Schlick — also an earlier victim. Looks like Elvira is trying to keep her assassinations relative these days. Prior to this, just about a sim-week ago, she killed Zach’s wife, Marcia. Anyway, El now has 36 kills under her belt. Vlad only has 32, so he’d better get to work. Continue reading
When I left you hanging over the edge of a cliff, Isaac Abraham was hanging between life and death. I had run to city hall to find out who had a death flower they’d be willing to give him, but when I tried to select him as the recipient of the flower it appeared that he no longer existed. While I was writing that last post it occurred to me to look for him among the dead — the default filtering would have only looked for his name among the living. This time, rather than using Dennis as the donor, I chose Isaac’s nephew Zach. Sure, Dennis just married into the family but Zach is family. It just made more sense.
So there we were (we being Chantilly, Jacob, and I) watching the stars (through the ceiling of The Grind), minding our own business, when suddenly I heard some chit chat going on somewhere. I went to look and found Isaac and Elvira in the upstairs “guest” room. El was buck nekkid, Isaac was…… unfortunately not. After checking each of their KamaSimtra stats to satisfy myself that Isaac had only cheated with the cute teen that night, I quickly left. Resisting the temptation to direct any interaction between them. I didn’t want to risk having Elvira get angry at my precious Isaac. So…… back to Chantilly and Jacob and trying to see if Jacob wants a girlfriend with a bit of an unusual career.
Remember back here where I told you about new coworkers moving in on my families? Remember how I was trying to decide what to do with the family that had been recklessly placed in harm’s way at Elvira’s house? I discovered that the father had been given a job with The Family and might actually have been a coworker for Joey — who’s been sitting alone at the bistro for years — so I let them stay. And I thought it would be interesting to see if they fared even half as well as Justin DiNapoli, a young man El took in when his father died. Continue reading