Smith Legacy–Chapter Eleven


The twins were finally able to say goodbye to their teenage years with their graduation ceremony. Elizabeth was voted prom queen and ‘most likely to save the world’. Alexandra was class valedictorian and voted ‘most likely to burn down her own house’! Elizabeth celebrated with some dancing at home. Despite her regular bouts of instability, she reckoned she was going to be heir to the Smith family legacy.


Magenta repeatedly sent Elizabeth to the alchemy store in search of a certain potion, though she never said what ‘Potent Cure’ was used for.


Soren and Elizabeth spent some time together at the autumn festival, where they tried their luck in an apple bobbing contest. Despite their best efforts, neither Smith took the prize.


Elizabeth then spent some time exploring the festival grounds. She came across some cute animals that she attempted to befriend. Animals were definitely not her strong suit, however.


With the ever-present pressure of finding a suitable husband and carrying on the Smith line, Elizabeth started a series of romances. The first was Kearney O’Shea. He was a little older than Elizabeth, but that wasn’t the most unsettling thing about him. Needless to say, their first kiss was awkwardly interrupted by Kearney’s transformation into a werewolf…


3 thoughts on “Smith Legacy–Chapter Eleven

    • Haha I generally choose based on who looks the least hideous, though sometimes it is whoever is less bugged! Also I’ve made things hard for myself by wanting female heirs only..

      • My Sims will probably have male preference because of historical period, at least for a few generations.

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