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Offline sharpsiren

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« Reply #51 on: October 06, 2012, 07:33:20 AM »
That's pretty funny. I'm definitely getting a new Bonehilda now.



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Re: Bonehilda
« Reply #52 on: October 06, 2012, 11:38:40 AM »
I'm a huge fan of Bonehilda XD when Supernatural (and her!) was annouced, I told my friend (since sometimes we buy the sim games together to save money) about it... I spent so much time talking about Bonehilda that she asked "honey... are you buying a game because of these skeleton?" (and then I said YES! and we both crack up XD)

My dear Bonnie is reeeeally cool! I'm gonna make a fan club XD

BTW, she may be considered as a mix of sim and object by the game, because it's possible to edit her clothes in CAS, altough she is not selectable...

Hey, let's put some Bonnie fun pics and videos XD

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Re: Bonehilda
« Reply #53 on: October 06, 2012, 06:20:00 PM »
I just saw Bonehilda stealing someone's clothes! I had a Sim skinny dipping in the hot tub and she did the tip-toe sneak, snuck through the garden area behind the hot but and swiped the clothes and went up to her coffin house. I wonder how many she has in there?

She's cleaning up and thinks clothes on the floor are "messy". Happens to my sims all the time, since one is a party animal and always skinny dips.

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« Reply #54 on: October 07, 2012, 08:36:53 PM »
No, that's not what she is doing. She actually TIP TOES outside and snickers before she swipes the clothes. It is definitely a prank. After she has swiped someone poor skinny dippin' Sim's clothes, she hides out in her closet for a while.

Inside the house she does not pick up clothes, she ignores laundry. At least mine does.

You can see the clothes swiping screenshot interactions here, about 3/4ths down the page under Prankster.

http://ts3cc.forumotion.ca/t787p15-susinok-s-moore-legacy-family-hidden-springs

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Re: Bonehilda
« Reply #55 on: October 08, 2012, 04:14:34 AM »
Missed the part about "tip toes" in your notice. So she has a prankster trait. Funny.

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Re: Bonehilda
« Reply #56 on: October 08, 2012, 09:46:26 AM »
I think I'm going to have to delete my Bone, at least until the kids grow up. Both of them are terrified of her and run away screaming. The cowardly one ran all the way down the street before stopping (poor thing had a really bad first day at the foster home, prank ends up backfiring, her caretakers are ghosts, the computer broke when she tried to learn logic, zombie attack, etc).

Anywho, I think I'll try it with another family, just to see their reactions.



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Re: Bonehilda
« Reply #57 on: October 08, 2012, 02:31:26 PM »
I think I'm going to have to delete my Bone, at least until the kids grow up. Both of them are terrified of her and run away screaming. The cowardly one ran all the way down the street before stopping (poor thing had a really bad first day at the foster home, prank ends up backfiring, her caretakers are ghosts, the computer broke when she tried to learn logic, zombie attack, etc).

Anywho, I think I'll try it with another family, just to see their reactions.

Had someone run from a party because of her.However, the cat HATES her; but, she keeps the cat's social level high while my sim is away. Love/Hate relationship? She hasn't touched the bee hive; but, drinks all my sims drinks for the party. Found out (with mods) she is quite similar in personality to my active female sim.

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Re: Bonehilda
« Reply #58 on: October 09, 2012, 06:23:21 AM »
My bonehilda also really likes the wet bar. I keep it in family inventory until they throw a party, which is pretty often. I have a large family that likes to celebrate birthdays in a big way. Grandma brought her cat over, and it's the same thing. Poor 'Hilda just wants some kitty lovin'.

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« Reply #59 on: October 09, 2012, 08:30:28 AM »
I think Bonehilda is pouting. She hasn't come out of her box for a few days after the cat hissed at her! My sim hates cleaning!

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Re: Bonehilda
« Reply #60 on: October 14, 2012, 09:16:04 AM »
My Bonehilda built a relationship with the cat! The cat no longer has negative reactions to her. It must have been sheer persistence on Bonehilda's side, because at first the cat wanted nothing to do with her.

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Re: Bonehilda
« Reply #61 on: October 15, 2012, 07:23:23 PM »
I was wondering about my Bonehilda and her quirks and now I know she isn't the only one. 
My sim had her first baby and Bony wouldn't let the baby alone!  And I had a heck of a time dismissing her.  The baby was tired and mom and dad were tired; but as soon as they put the baby in the crib, she was there picking him up.  I had one of the parents go over and she would put the baby on the floor and walk off.  But as soon as the parent put the baby in the crib she would come over and the parent would step out of the way and she was picking the kid up.

It took forever to get her to dismiss, she would start to go and then turn back to pick up the baby.  Took all night, but finally got her back in the coffin.  Put it outside and built a wall around it. 
She is great in cleaning and fixing objects, and she must have been chilled under that short outfit because she went to the fireplace and bent over, wiggled her butt and went "aahhhh", turned around, warmed her hands and went back to cleaning.  The baby likes her, the parents will chat with her, so she is good except she wouldn't let the baby alone. At least she did give him his bottle. 

The second one has been born and is ready to age up to toddler and the toddler is going to age up to child, both on the same day.  I am going to let her out and see what happens. 
She is so good at cleaning and repairs that I hate to lose her.  But as soon as she is finished I send her to her coffin; so that could be why she isn't being a royal pain the butt in other areas. 

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Re: Bonehilda
« Reply #62 on: October 18, 2012, 12:54:24 PM »
This is a story of what happened with my Bonehilda, Pam okayed it here but I am sorry if it is too long. 


I took “literary license” with the story in some areas, and the ending at the diner was mine added on; I had fun with that as I have always secretly wanted to write.
Tsalgai is NA (Native American) for Cherokee and the names are NA names, Aponi is butterfly and Chayton is falcon.

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The Maid, the Thief, the Zombie, and the Sim

Chayton Tsalagi sat by the fire reading a book glancing up us as his wife, Aponi, arrived home from gathering mushrooms and beeswax for her elixirs.  As they went to eat their supper of canned soup, they heard the mournful howl of a wolf and realized there was a full moon that night.  After their supper they sat by the fire relaxing in the glow of the firelight for a chat.  Time passed and they decided to retire for the night.  They were not concerned or worried that they were in any danger from the creatures of the night; they felt safe in their home.  Doors were locked and the maid was downstairs cleaning up.
As they slept a strange music begins to play and the maid stops cleaning.  She leaves the house to go outside and see what is going on.  There, on the corner of the lot is a man, dressed in strange clothes; black pants and a shirt with black and white stripes. And it looks as if he is trying to mimic a raccoon with that silly mask covering his eyes.  The man is looking at her in defiance as she approaches him, not the least bit scared; he should be. 
The thief looks at the woman approaching him in defiance, but his defiance changes first to shock and then to horror as he gazes upon the approaching being.  He had thought it was a woman; he was sure as he saw she was wearing a maid’s dress.  Although it seemed to be a strange outfit; red dress with a black apron and that funny hat; wasn’t the outfit supposed to be black with white apron, not red and black?   But, although it seemed female, he realized it was a skeleton, bones and a skull looking grotesque with the maid’s outfit coving up the bones that was approaching him.  What kind of being is this; that is coming toward him?  He stands there, unsure what to do when she attacks him.  He fights back but she is too strong for him, so he flees around the house, hoping to escape, maybe he can find safety in the house.  Then, there is a blaring sounds and flashing lights -- he has triggered the alarms! 
He looks over as another figure approaches him.  What is this creature with its deformed body, twisted face and hands that are claw like?  It approaches him and it raises it hands as if to attack; then screams at him.  Enough already!  He raises his arms and yells back at this creature.  The creature pulls back and in the moonlight he sees a young girl, blond hair tied in pigtails.  He yells again and turns to leave but approaching him is a police officer.  But not to worry, this is the fairy one, one that all the burglars are laughing about.  He runs past the police as the zombie, which is what the robber realizes the creature is, is left standing there with a confused look on her face.  The police officer goes inside to talk to Mr. Tsalagi about the escaped robber while she goes onto the porch. 
The police leaves and Chayton is standing on the porch when the zombie comes toward him, threatening him.   He cowers in fear, terrified of the zombie approaching him.  Then the porch lights come on and he stands up seeing that she is a young girl and are those pigtails she is wearing -- on a zombie? He shakes his finger at her, scolds her for being out so late and then goes inside hoping to get some more sleep.  She walks over to the rocking chair to sit and think about what a horrible, confusing night it has been.  Another zombie climbs the stairs and heads toward the door, but when he finds it locked he stomps his feet, yells and claws at the air, with his bald head shinning in the porch light.   He then goes to join the young girl, sitting in the other rocker to wait for the dawn.
The sun rises, a golden disc in the sky, and the young girl dashes off; probably late for school.  The man rises unsure of what to do but then decides to sit and rock some more; he is tired from the long, rough night and wants to take a nap.    Meanwhile, the Tsalagi family is waking up, sleeping in due to the busy night. They plan their day; first a shower and breakfast and make sure the maid goes to her coffin.  She deserves a good rest from the night’s events and they have some reading to do for their future careers.  Then, who knows, Aponi hopes that maybe some afternoon delight will be in store for them. 
The sun shines down on the peaceful town, looking as if it is a quiet place to live, no strange events that will disrupt a night’s sleep.  A normal town where normal people live who have normal jobs, families and careers.  The young salesman traveling through the town would never know that the person he is sitting beside at the diner is a werewolf.  Nor that the woman who served him his meal is a witch and that a ghost and vampire were outside, under the shade of a tree, having a discussion. 
They were talking about the rumors they had heard.  One was of a skeleton that beats up a robber; such an event would be impossible.  Who would believe that there were skeletons running around their town, ludicrous.  The robber didn’t want to admit he had been scared off by a harmless maid.  And then the other rumor, that the same robber had scared a zombie?  That makes as much sense as law enforcement letting a fairy become a police officer.    Shaking his head the vampire leaves to go home, frustrated that his skin has started to sparkle in the light.  Who ever heard of sparkling vampires; it must be some skin fungus. 


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Re: Bonehilda
« Reply #63 on: October 26, 2012, 04:39:54 AM »
I thought Bonehilda was supposed to be great at fixing things. However, she was electrocuted trying to fix the dishwasher and, as is her habit, kept going back and getting electrocuted until she set the house on fire!


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« Reply #64 on: October 26, 2012, 09:21:07 AM »
I had that happen also.  What I found interesting is that she had a normal body afterwards.  She was no longer just bones, and you could see the outline of her clothes.

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« Reply #65 on: October 26, 2012, 11:32:23 AM »
I'll never get another Boney. My cats hate her, and my kid almost starved to death, because she was always picking her up. PLUS, and all my parties, she drank all the drinks! I hate that you can't control her like you can a simbot.

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« Reply #66 on: October 26, 2012, 06:40:18 PM »
I'll never get another Boney. My cats hate her, and my kid almost starved to death, because she was always picking her up. PLUS, and all my parties, she drank all the drinks! I hate that you can't control her like you can a simbot.

My Bonehilda actually made friends with the cat after a while. She started out hating her but Boney kept feeding her treats. Mine does some of what you say above, but she also takes care of things. I do keep the bar in household inventory to keep Bonehilda and the teenagers out of it when there is no party.

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« Reply #67 on: October 26, 2012, 07:05:11 PM »
I don't have pets and don't think I will ever get any, they seem to be too much bother, at least for me.  So, I don't have that problem, but I can see how it can be frustrating for those who do have pets.  As for the bar, I just go rid of the one I had; but if you need to have one, they you could try putting her coffin in a room and locking it so she can't get out until after the party. 

What I have done, for the kids, is I send her to her coffin, then put it outside and hired a maid for the days it took for the baby to go from toddler to child (I have it set for 10 days).  Then I let her out and watch the maid freak out and run out the door stating about how they aren't going to become one of the walking dead  ;D  . 

I love that I don't have to have my sims waste time on repairs, or spend the money for repairs when it was too late or my sims were too tired to fix the shower or sink. And save the money for maid service.  I hate doing housework at home, I don't want to have to do it in a game.

I think that I am going to create an area for the bar and for the sims family to sit and enjoy a drink and put up a fence and have it locked except to family.  Or build a small room, like a walk-in-closet, put her coffin there and lock the door when I don't want her getting in the way.   

 


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Re: Bonehilda
« Reply #68 on: October 26, 2012, 10:13:12 PM »
My Bonehilda raised three kids with no problems, and made friends with the cat. I do have to keep her away from the juice, but otherwise she works out well. I think the key to having one is to have a larger household. She's always running around cleaning dishes and picking up things, then dashing in to change a baby. My household usually had 5 to 6 Sims in it at any one time, a Legacy family.

Pets, like a cat or a dog aren't that much of a hassle. Some how my witch converted an apple into an alligator in a bowl. So now we have a cat and an alligator and two kids. The family autonomously takes care of both without cutting into the essentials. I've never tried a horse. Someday...

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Re: Bonehilda
« Reply #69 on: October 27, 2012, 03:13:10 AM »
I find her to be too much hassle. My sim makes a meal and calls the household to eat. But, Boney get's their first and puts the food in the fridge. Then the family stands arounding stomping their feet. I just have my witch clean the house with the restoration spell.

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Re: Bonehilda
« Reply #70 on: October 27, 2012, 03:32:49 AM »
In my curren game file Bonehilda spends most of her time either playing with the sprinkler or checking herself out in the mirror. She is cool to have but sometimes Bonehilda can be annoying when she puts stuff away when I dont want her to.
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« Reply #71 on: October 27, 2012, 04:18:00 AM »
My Bonehilda actually made friends with the cat after a while. She started out hating her but Boney kept feeding her treats. Mine does some of what you say above, but she also takes care of things. I do keep the bar in household inventory to keep Bonehilda and the teenagers out of it when there is no party.

Bonehilda appears in the friend list panel? Because that is what I haven't succeeded in.The only option I got was to chat with germ and that didn't even made her a acquaintance.
For the people who didn't know: Bonehilda is a actual sim. She doesn't change her clothes, that's why you don't see it. The only change is when you mod her into an actual sim and change her clothes, or when you see prevailing repairing an object.

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Re: Bonehilda
« Reply #72 on: October 30, 2012, 06:09:13 AM »
Bonehilda cooked! My Sim went into labor while mixing up waffles. When she had the baby and took it upstairs, Bonehilda came into the kitchen and finished the meal.  She cooked up the waffles and then put them in the fridge.

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« Reply #73 on: October 30, 2012, 06:22:04 AM »
Bonehilda cooked! My Sim went into labor while mixing up waffles. When she had the baby and took it upstairs, Bonehilda came into the kitchen and finished the meal.  She cooked up the waffles and then put them in the fridge.

How's the quality of the meal?

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« Reply #74 on: October 30, 2012, 09:55:44 AM »
My Boney only plays with the cats and kids, and drinks the booze my sim set up for her party. My sim has had to clean the house, etc. She's worse than some maids! I had better butlers!

 

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