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The Bee Immortal Dynasty - now complete
« on: December 09, 2012, 01:00:49 PM »
1. A Bee’s Gotta Do What a Bee’s Gotta Do

Meet Queenie Bee.



She’s a snobby, charismatic savvy sculptor, who dreams of living in the lap of luxury one day. She’s also family oriented and nurturing, but that won’t do her much good for quite some time.  In her own opinion, she has impeccable fashion sense; in mine, it leaves something to be desired, but I’m probably just jealous. In case anybody cares, she likes yellow (obviously), classical music and vegetarian lobster thermidor.

Queenie’s long term ambition is to surround herself with lots of little drones and workers, so that she can sit back and sculpt while they buzz around doing the real work. Having set up her hive, she’d then like to live in it forever and do as little as possible. She’s heard rumours that living forever is doable, but that it involves a lot of effort – boring stuff like getting a job and learning skills and completing opportunities. She doesn’t like the sound of the work, and so hopes that the drones will do most of it for her.



When she first landed in Appaloosa Plains, Queenie’s worldly possessions were, shall we say, a little limited.



However, she was confident that she would meet Mr Rich, um, Right soon enough. After all, who wouldn’t fall for such a striking outfit? ;)



And in the meantime, she could always sculpt herself some furniture. In her underwear, just in case Mr R. walked by.



She managed one chair relatively quickly: how long could the rest of the house possibly take?



Exhausted by such a hard hour’s work, Queenie set off into town to see if she could see anybody who looked rich. Since her underwear had failed to attract any potential spouses, she put her best dress on instead. The dress survived the taxi journey without getting even remotely wrinkled; this may be because Create-a-Style says it’s made of plastic.

There weren’t any townies to be seen, so instead Queenie took the opportunity to have a nice lie down behind the spa.



Once she recovered from her exhausting taxi ride, she deigned to visit the library. After all, if she was going to find herself a nice hard-working drone to keep her in style, she would need to have some charisma skill.

As luck would have it, Gavin Pinkerton was trying to read a book when she walked in, so Queenie took a moment to talk about herself. Gavin was not impressed.



Since ‘deeply interested in Queenie’ was one of the main features she wanted in a husband (along with ‘rich’, ‘devoted’ and ‘good at making honey’), Queenie decided that she’d only ever been interested in reading a charisma book anyway. She could do far better than a man who thought Special Snowflake was more interesting than Queenie Bee.

She could even get by on her own.

In fact, on that first day Queenie managed to do quite a few things for herself. Some of them even required effort. She earned her charisma point (all the better to chat up the rich and famous with).



She got a job, albeit one that let her stick to her own schedule and take time off whenever she pleased.



She even got her hands dirty picking fruit and vegetables. It was a nasty job and did horrible things to her cuticles, but she had to eat something.



Nevertheless, when Queenie was a little larva, she had always dreamed of so much better. She had considered the possibility of having to dine at home sometimes, or perhaps wearing the same dress for two social gatherings in a row, but not once had she imagined that her life might come to this.



Something had to change.



The backache when she crawled out of her sleeping bag the next day confirmed this conclusion, and Queenie decided that the change had to happen very soon. So much for getting by on her own.



She decided to speed up her search for Mr R., as she had heard on the grapevine the previous day that Benjamin Schmidt, the town’s most eligible bachelor, had already upped and left the town. Instead of heading towards his place, therefore, Queenie wandered south, following the mingling scents of hay and unspent Simoleons.



Johnny Johnson was a lot older than her, but he was clearly rich: not only did his house have walls and a door, but there was even furniture inside it! There were horses outside, too, which was surely a sign of wealth? She didn’t think much of his house – she would have liked a few more mirrors, and lots of lovely yellow, but she figured that a man with such hideous taste might benefit from living with a glamorous sim like her. It would be doing the poor man a favour, really, to sell his icky belongings to pay for some black and yellow stripy throw pillows and a pretty golden yellow sports car.

It turned out that he was a musician, although he didn’t seem to be too pleased about it.



Queenie, however, liked musicians.



She explained that, should he agree to donate all of his cash, um, marry her, he would be required to make lots of sculptures, although at least he would be lucky enough to make some sculptures of her.



Staggeringly, he seemed to be okay with that.



But she truly knew he was the one when he fell for her pick-up line: “Would you like to paint my portrait all day every day until you die?”



He would.



Just to be on the safe side, Queenie took a moment to introduce herself to Johnny’s housemate. She wouldn’t want to end up married to the wrong rich man, after all. That wasn’t cynicism, it was just good sense.



But Chuck was far too canny to fall for her line about the ice sculptures, and so she left him in peace.



Once Chuck had wandered off to tend to the horses, Queenie decided that Johnny was the right man for her after all, and she told him so.



He could dance, and he could cook – what more could a desperate and slightly stinky queen bee ask for?



Her mind made up, she spent much of her remaining money on some flowers for him. If that isn’t love, she thought, what is?



It took a whole day to persuade him to move in, but eventually, Johnny agreed. Though when he saw what passed for her little, um, home, I suspect he probably regretted it.


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« Reply #1 on: December 09, 2012, 01:06:51 PM »
A very funny beginning and a unique choice of spouse. Good luck Queenie.

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« Reply #2 on: December 09, 2012, 01:08:27 PM »
I like her outfit!  ;) Here's hoping Queenie can summon the energy to see her colony of workers family thrive.
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« Reply #3 on: December 09, 2012, 01:09:30 PM »
Very nice beginning!  It's a lot different from the life states and much more restrictive so I wish you the best of luck! 
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« Reply #4 on: December 09, 2012, 01:17:36 PM »
And I chuckled all the way. Nice start!

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« Reply #5 on: December 09, 2012, 04:13:28 PM »
A great start! I love how Queenie's snob trait really shines through in your writing.
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« Reply #6 on: December 10, 2012, 08:25:56 AM »
Great start! I love Queenie she is adorable lol. :)



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« Reply #7 on: December 10, 2012, 09:04:08 AM »
Great start!! Queenie is adorable!!!

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« Reply #8 on: December 10, 2012, 10:44:43 AM »
Queenie is hilarious! Can't wait for the next update!
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« Reply #10 on: December 13, 2012, 03:25:44 PM »
Much Ado About Sculpting

Much to Queenie’s disappointment, it turned out that Johnny was a nice (and rather stupid) person, who left all of his money and belongings at home for Freebird, his horse. Queenie sold his guitar and stereo, but that barely paid for his sleeping bag. But Queenie wasn’t the queen bee for nothing, and she immediately saw new ways for them to make money:





As a reward for his hard work (and to ensure that he kept doing it) Queenie did Johnny the great honour of asking him to become her husband.



Obviously, he accepted. It wasn’t the lavish ceremony Queenie had always dreamed of, but she liked her dress, and Johnny enjoyed the change of scene and the hour off from sculpting.





Unfortunately, Johnny turned out to be somewhat artistically challenged. He tried, bless him, but his first attempt at a portrait was rather unflattering.



It was time to seek out some more workers.

Rich ones; preferably rich ones who could paint. The Sports, Spice and Everything Nice household seemed to fit the bill. It was perfect, actually: Queenie could nurture the child-hating Juanita’s baby, while Juanita cooked and raised a garden. Baby Germaine would be welcome, too: an artistic, brave sim could be very useful in the future. Juanita seemed agreeable.



Well, mostly.



Queenie was less keen on Juanita’s mean-spirited fiancé, Barrington, but his level 8 painting skill was not to be sneezed at. And nor was his wallet. They saved most of the money, although Queenie took the opportunity to splash out on a new bed and some bathroom walls. It was still more of a hovel than a hive, but they had a fridge and a shower now, and Queenie congratulated herself on a job well done.



Now completely confident that she had found a good colony of workers, Queenie began to envision her future. Sure, she had to envision it between bouts of sculpting and baby care, but at least she envisioned it.

And life in the hivey-thing went on in a dynasty-ish sort of a way.

Queenie and Johnny sculpted.



Juanita grew vegetables and then cooked with them.



And Barrington painted Queenie’s portrait repeatedly. It took him a long while to produce a masterpiece, which Queenie found strange: with a subject like her, surely producing a masterpiece should be child’s play? Still, he managed it eventually, although it didn’t really do her justice.



The occasional thing happened to break the ice sculpture monotony. First, Germaine aged up to toddler.



He was taught skills whenever anybody had a spare moment, and entertained himself when they didn’t.



There were some more birthdays:



Germaine gained the angler trait and began to show promising signs of being a good little worker bee.



And Johnny discovered that ice is rather cold, which Queenie confirmed a few hours later.



And most importantly of all, Queenie annoounced that she was expecting a little larva of her own.



Her workers had provided her with a sculpture and portrait (I don’t have World Adventures, so there will be no photos – or, sadly, nectar), and she’d completed her life time wish, although the lap of luxury was less luxurious than she had imagined.



To allow her loyal subjects devoted workers to celebrate her marvellous achievements properly, Queenie announced a holiday. Juanita and Barrington took the opportunity to get married, although Juanita rudely rejected Queenie’s offer of a dress.



Queenie enjoyed the day thoroughly, although it was less relaxing for some.



In preparation for her child’s impending birth, Queenie finally invested in a house:



(It looks even sillier from the map :) )



It’s distinctly lacking in furniture and landscaping for now, but it’s got a roof and a burglar alarm, and it’s an improvement on sleeping outside (although poor Barrington and Juanita are still in sleeping bags).

Germaine aged up to teen and joined the sculpting masses.



And Queenie went into labour. While sculpting, obviously.



She didn’t like it much.



And then she gave birth….

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« Reply #11 on: December 13, 2012, 03:30:52 PM »
The house is the best thing ever! Poor Juanita, instead of drinking champagne on her wedding day she gets to unclog the toilet like a good little worker  :D
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« Reply #12 on: December 13, 2012, 03:41:22 PM »
Yay Nooboo!
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« Reply #13 on: December 13, 2012, 03:42:58 PM »
Poor Juanita, instead of drinking champagne on her wedding day she gets to unclog the toilet like a good little worker  :D

I know  :) Queenie probably thinks it's an honour to be allowed to unclog her toilet, though!

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« Reply #14 on: December 13, 2012, 03:50:56 PM »
Forgot to say the house looks hilarious! It looks cleverly designed though!
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« Reply #15 on: December 14, 2012, 04:05:06 AM »
The house is absolutely amazing! Can't wait to meet the beeboo. :P

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« Reply #16 on: December 14, 2012, 06:40:07 AM »
Great story.  Johnny Jones is more resourceful than I imagined.  :D

That's also a very unique house.  It looks like the logo of a local honey company. I wonder what the aliens will think of it when they see it? 
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« Reply #17 on: December 14, 2012, 07:28:05 AM »
That house is UNBELIEVABLE!! I love it. It's so cute and so fits the story. I can't wait to see the nooboo or beeboo.  ;D

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« Reply #18 on: December 16, 2012, 05:07:11 PM »
Forgot to say the house looks hilarious! It looks cleverly designed though!

The house is absolutely amazing! Can't wait to meet the beeboo. :P

That's also a very unique house.  It looks like the logo of a local honey company. I wonder what the aliens will think of it when they see it? 

That house is UNBELIEVABLE!! I love it. It's so cute and so fits the story. I can't wait to see the nooboo or beeboo.  ;D

The house may be a bit too unique -- it's getting a bit annoying to play in  :-\ But thank you! Sadly, no aliens will see it (at least for a while) as I don't have Seasons.

Beeboo (that is my new favourite word) coming right up!

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« Reply #19 on: December 16, 2012, 05:08:23 PM »
The Private Lives of Bees

For as long as he had lived with Queenie, Johnny Bee had sometimes snuck out of the house while the others were busy painting or sleeping. This was why:



He loved Queenie very much, but he was still an equestrian at heart, even if Queenie did make him have a mid-life crisis. And ever since Chuck started going steady with Johnny’s own romantic interest, Honey Darnell, he had never quite trusted Chuck to look after Freebird. She seemed happy enough, but Johnny liked taking the time to care for her properly.



Speaking of which, there was now somebody else for Johnny to take care of. He had a daughter:



They decided to call her Honey; it was Queenie’s idea, but Johnny liked to think that she was also named after the other Honey (although Queenie will never know this). They both loved playing with her, although Honey took a while to understand about not touching people’s eyes.



There were some birthdays soon after Honey was born:



Queenie wasn’t too pleased about her new wrinkles, but Johnny thought she still looked beautiful.



Honey soon aged up to toddler. Much to Johnny’s delight, she had Queenie’s eyes, but otherwise she looked a lot like him:









Johnny produced masterpiece ice sculptures of Honey and Queenie and was allowed to retire from the endless sculpting. He was, after all, in his late nineties. He would have liked to fetch Freebird so that they could retire together, but as Queenie hated ‘nasty smelly horses’, he had to settle for relaxing:



And then there were some more birthdays, this time Nita’s and Honey’s. Poor Nita was concerned about having to do the gardening with her bad back; Honey was just fascinated by the pretty sparkles.



Honey’s childhood was significant to Johnny for two reasons. First, obviously, his beautiful little girl was growing up. Second, it marked the first time Queenie got off her behind and started to do some work:



When she wasn’t doing homework, Honey played with Barrington,



checked for monsters under Johnny and Queenie’s bed,



and helped out Nita by taking charge of some of the cooking.



Johnny was secretly relieved that his daughter didn’t seem to have inherited her mother’s laziness or her snobbishness, even if she had developed a freakish interest in the supernatural.



Meanwhile, little Germaine was not so little anymore. Johnny remembered changing his nappies when he was a nooboo, and it seemed impossible that he was now a young adult. Somehow, despite having done all of his homework late in class, he was named valedictorian, along with Most Likely to Save the World if Only he Could Escape from Queenie.



Johnny was now 107, and he knew he was starting to slow down a bit (well, rather a lot), although that didn’t stop this from happening:



Johnny began to set his affairs in order. He telephoned Chuck, and pretended to have forgiven him for marrying Honey Darnell:



He called Honey Darnell, and pretended to forgive her too:



He watched his daughter grow into a teenager, and made her another masterpiece ice sculpture for her museum.





He helped Queenie to celebrate the upcoming newest addition to their family.



And very occasionally he popped back to tell the other girl in his life all about it.


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« Reply #20 on: December 17, 2012, 01:59:50 AM »
Wow a lot has happened! Honey is a cute teen. Lets hope Johnny live long enough to meet the new beeboo. :)

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« Reply #21 on: December 19, 2012, 11:24:22 PM »
...the house. The house is wonderful. I hope you don't have to rebuild it.
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« Reply #22 on: December 22, 2012, 04:10:57 PM »
Everybody who knew Honey told her that she was good. As a child, she had wondered what they meant by it – her dad said it was the reason she gave to charity and nobody else did, but she had always assumed that it was a (rather poor) excuse. What Honey did know was that she didn’t like her mother’s attitude towards their housemates.



Honey had grown up with the Blancos: Auntie Juanita and Uncle Barrington had played with her and taken care of her, and Germaine was her best friend. As far as her mother was concerned, though, they seemed to exist purely for her convenience, along with Honey’s dad. Mum kept Juanita gardening, Barrington painting, and Germaine sculpting all day every day.  Honey’s dad did both painting and sculpting, even though he was really old. Honey helped where she could, buying a moodlet manager as soon as she was able to, but it wasn’t enough.

Things came to a head when Barrington died. Even at 97, he hadn’t achieved his lifetime wish of becoming a sports legend, primarily because he had left his career so soon.



In Barrington’s memory, Honey purchased the local beach and turned it into a place for her mother’s workers to rest and watch TV. The poor things had been standing up for so long, they seemed to have forgotten what to do with chairs.



She and her mother fought about it endlessly: Honey felt it was simple – free the workers, and stop collecting masterpieces in the basement for no good reason. After all, the basement was inaccessible (Honey only knew the paintings and ice sculptures went down there at all because she had randomly sunk into the ground one day when she was checking for monsters), and without anybody to clean them, they gathered dust horribly. Her mother insisted that the so-called ‘museum’ was vital; apparently, Honey would understand one day.



Their argument got temporarily waylaid by the birth of Honey’s new sister, Deborah. Poor Juanita hated having a child around again, but Honey couldn’t help but notice that it was Juanita and Honey’s dad that did the bulk of the work looking after Debbie.



Honey couldn’t stand to argue with her mum for too long, and she had come up with a partial solution to her problem:



Bonehilda couldn’t sculpt or paint, but she was great at tidying up and changing Debbie’s nappies.

The day after Debbie was born, Honey’s mum had a birthday. She complained endlessly about her lost figure and her wrinkles, but at least she had achieved her lifetime wish, unlike poor Uncle Barrington.



Meanwhile, people were constantly going on at Honey about choosing a ‘path’. Apparently, Germaine had chosen his lifetime wish as a child – but as Germaine never did anything but fish, paint and sculpt, he hadn’t had much to choose from. Auntie Juanita suggested that she became a politician, since she spent so much time telling her mum off for mistreating workers; her dad thought she should go into music or take up horse-riding; her mother pushed her to be a painter. Something about the future of the family.

Honey didn’t want to be a painter, and not just because it annoyed her mum. She liked mixing stuff up and turning it into other things, like Firecracker Shrimp, or Potent Jars of Friendship. Her dad said it was because she was a natural cook. Her mum sighed, but then handed her a green recipe book and told her it was vital she read it. Honey was secretly intrigued by the green book: its title alone, ‘Ambrosia’ was odd; the fact that she wasn’t allowed to mention it to anybody was odder still. Honey took to reading cookery books in her spare time. Dad thought she should join some afterschool clubs or get a part-time job instead of always cooking, but Honey’s mum encouraged her. Auntie Nita did too: Juanita herself had never become a celebrity chef like she had hoped, so she wanted Honey to be one instead.

Honey had other ideas. She liked cooking, but she liked alchemy best – she dreamed of becoming a supernatural, and she’d heard that alchemy was the way to do it. She enrolled as a self-employed alchemist and sold all the nasty elixirs, and she threw the nice ones at people she met in town. Without telling her mum, she chose a lifetime wish that involved alchemy instead of cooking (or painting).



Nevertheless, Honey finally read the green book and cooked her first batch of ambrosia. Her mother ate it all up herself, greedy pig, after Honey had stored some in the funny food machines.





Honey aged up to young adult. Perhaps her lack of interest in extracurricular activities had been noticed: not only did she fail to make valedictorian despite having been on the honour roll, but her classmates didn’t vote for her for anything, not even ‘Most Likely to be Mediocre’. At least she had been prom queen.



Debbie had a birthday too.



She was quite a loud toddler



So everybody was very relieved when she had another birthday.



Poor kid got stuck in front of an easel almost immediately, no matter how much Honey objected.



Honey helped out by chucking Skill Boosters at her to raise her painting skill, but their mother seemed delighted by the expensive paintings, and it only encouraged her.



Once the ambrosia was done, her mother got off Honey’s back, and she was left alone to make elixirs, throw them at people, and sell them off. By the end of her first week as a young adult, her lifetime wish was complete, her career was maxed, and she had supermaxed alchemy.





Honey started to wish she’d worked more slowly: her mother flatly refused to let her learn any more skills or leave home, which left her with little to do. So she made her own entertainment.

She adopted a kitten, Fris.



She posed for the sculptors.



She flirted with Germaine.



Quite a lot.



And she watched Fris attack Debbie.



Until one horrible day, this happened:



RIP Johnny, worker bee extraordinaire. We’ll miss you <3.



Immortal 1: Queenie Bee

Traits: Snob, Savvy sculptor, Nurturing, Family oriented, Charismatic
Favourites: Vegetarian lobster thermidor, yellow, classical
LTW: Living in the Lap of Luxury
Maxed career: Sculptor
Supermaxed skill: Sculpting
Other maxed skills: Charisma
3 Unique LTHRs: Fireproof homestead, super nanny, motive mobile

6 Unique opportunities: Help the School (sculpting), Sculpt a Suspect (sculpting), An Old Ruse (sculpting), Delivering the Green (sculpting),  Personal Sculpting (sculpting), Oh Scrap! (sculpting)

6 Unique best friends: Johnny Bee, Rodney Singleton, Maggie Gray, Dakota Fox, Juanita Blanco, Kalliopi Ellada

Building: Flying Bees’ Coffeehouse (aka Flying V’s Coffeehouse)
Property: Queenie’s Bee-Dazzling Throne Room (aka Performance Park)

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« Reply #23 on: December 22, 2012, 05:25:55 PM »
Congratulations on your first immortal Alex! Honey and Debbie are definitely lookers as well!
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Re: The Bee Immortal Dynasty (updated Dec 22nd)
« Reply #24 on: December 22, 2012, 06:19:28 PM »
Wow, Queenie really is working them to death! I guess there's a lot more to come now that she's immortal, congratulations!
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