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The Moonstone Legacy - All Grown Up
« on: May 25, 2013, 05:08:20 PM »
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  Once upon a time, in a faraway land of Moonlight Falls, lived a sad little man known as Archibald Moonstone to the other townspeople, and Archie to his friends--if he had any. Poor Archie spent his days combing over the rocky hills for bits of gemstones and metal to trade for bread and water in the village. One fateful night, with the moon shining high above and mist rolling over the mountains, he fell down a rabbithole and found a jewel like no other--one that reflected the light of the moon and captured it within the silver rock. He brought the stone back to his hut and spent the rest of his life shaping it into an artfully delicate silver heart, named after him after his death. The Moonstone.

  However, this story truly has nothing to do with Archibald Moonstone, whose ghost actually ended up conceiving a child with the woman who later came to live in his shack. Little Archie is only setting the stage for his great-great-granddaughter's-niece's-sister, Cassandra Moonstone.



  Sweet little Cassandra has been studying abroad in Italy for the past two years, but now that she's eighteen she's just boarded a flight to bring her back to her home of Moonlight Falls. As you can probably see, her style truly does reflect the atmosphere of that misty gothic town, and she can't wait to return to her hometown. Fog, fairies, and werewolf-vampire feuds are excellent material for writing, and that's exactly what Cassandra wants to jump into the moment the plane lands.



  Unfortunately for the shy, dark-loving Cassandra, her life has taken an unexpected turn . . .

  Right into Sunlit Tides.



Note: This is a hugely secondary project, so I wouldn't expect any sort of regular updates.
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Re: The Moonstone Legacy
« Reply #1 on: May 25, 2013, 06:10:15 PM »

Huh, quite a fun twist! I'm unfamiliar with legacy rules. Is there a link somewhere?



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Re: The Moonstone Legacy
« Reply #2 on: May 25, 2013, 07:18:44 PM »
She's gorgeous!  I'll be watching this azokka ^^

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Re: The Moonstone Legacy
« Reply #3 on: May 25, 2013, 08:52:56 PM »
Huh, quite a fun twist! I'm unfamiliar with legacy rules. Is there a link somewhere?

I don't have a link right now, but google "Pinstar Legacy Challenge" and you should find it. The rules are pretty flexible, too, since it's not exactly a "challenge" challenge.

She's gorgeous!  I'll be watching this azokka ^^

Thanks! I put lots of work into here, and I'm very pleased with the way she turned out.
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Re: The Moonstone Legacy
« Reply #4 on: May 26, 2013, 02:40:49 AM »
Me watching this topic too!

Am I right in thinking that Cassandra has a long genealogy of townies behind her? She is pretty!
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Re: The Moonstone Legacy
« Reply #5 on: May 26, 2013, 07:35:48 AM »
Wow, this looks amazing! Cassandra is really pretty. I loved the backstory.
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Re: The Moonstone Legacy
« Reply #6 on: May 26, 2013, 03:12:19 PM »
Me watching this topic too!

Am I right in thinking that Cassandra has a long genealogy of townies behind her? She is pretty!

Sorry, you aren't right on this one--she's pure CAS. I'm very pleased with the way she turned out, after I fiddled around with sliders for hours!

Wow, this looks amazing! Cassandra is really pretty. I loved the backstory.

Thanks so much!
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« Reply #7 on: May 26, 2013, 04:25:21 PM »
  Due to extreme technical issues (the game crashed every time I saved) and an insane amount of lag, I have landed Cassandra in Lunar Lakes instead of Sunlit Tides. Here's a compensation picture of Cassandra in Lunar Lakes freaking out. I quite like it--"OMG I'm on the moon!" instead of "OMG I'm stranded on vacation!" Anyway, on with the show!



  One minute I was attaching headphones to my purple SimPod, the next I stood on barren, rocky ground with huge pipes and glassy domes dotting the mountainous landscape behind me. With no SimPod. My upper lip isn't particularly stiff (in fact, I'm usually a bundle of nerves) so I went into full freakout mode.



  After three hours driving around in a taxi trying to find an airport, I finally gave up and accepted I would be in this strange . . . place ("Lunar Lakes, love" according to the taxi driver) with less than 2,000 simoleons in my pocket. I considered weeping and scrawling depressing poetry in the luminescent sand on my empty lot, but instead put on a brave face and walked into the light at the end of the tunnel.



  Make that the blazing blue light emanating from the door of the business building, where I took a creative writing class . . . for four hundred of my precious 1,350 simoleons. It was  completely worth it, however. My mind felt completely stimulated! I was ready to start making my career as a writer.



  The professor recommended that I go see the head stylist, Franco Wolff-Cruz, to "get rid of that awful goth look." Awful goth look, indeed! I am the very representation of my entire culture! I did go see Franco, for a little extra credit in class. We talked about zodiac signs for a while, just to break the ice. Would you believe we have compatible signs?



  Since I appear to live in a thriller/adventure/tragedy/romance novel, one thing led to another . . .



  "Um, my professor said I should get a more lunar-oriented makeover, to go with my new living space," I finally reminded him, hating to change the subject.

  "Don't be silly, you're perfect," Franco chided, pulling me into a hug.



  It seemed like the perfect time. The sun was shining, robotic birds robotically chirping, metallic trees rustling metallically . . . it was the moment to lean in and kiss him.

  Or . . . not.

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Re: The Moonstone Legacy - Lunar Landing
« Reply #8 on: May 26, 2013, 05:18:26 PM »
Awww, the dreaded pull away!  Poor thing!  Wow, Lunar Lakes is pretty cool looking!

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Re: The Moonstone Legacy
« Reply #9 on: May 27, 2013, 01:40:02 AM »
Sorry, you aren't right on this one--she's pure CAS. I'm very pleased with the way she turned out, after I fiddled around with sliders for hours!

Wow impressive! She looks really nice!

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Re: The Moonstone Legacy - Lunar Landing
« Reply #10 on: May 27, 2013, 09:13:11 PM »
Awww, the dreaded pull away!  Poor thing!  Wow, Lunar Lakes is pretty cool looking!

Franco's a traditional one for sure  :P . It's even better in person! By far my favorite town.


Reminds me of Mikalya!

I know, once you get in a certain mindset of a person you're writing, it's difficult to find another voice. Don't worry, I'm working on it!
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« Reply #11 on: May 27, 2013, 09:29:10 PM »
  I remained suspended in space for a moment, mind whirling. Was I kissing him? No. Had he fainted? No. Had I fainted? Possibly. And it was all a dream . . . Still no.



  I expected Franco to get all flustered and ask me to leave and return to my horribly empty, barren wasteland of a home. But instead he suddenly started turning things up! "I'm really glad you ended up here, and not someplace awful--like Sunlit Tides or something."



  He broke off the conversation to invite in another young woman, her name is Anais, I believe. She seemed very interested in Franco, but agreeably went into the kitchen while we continued our little chat. (Author's Note: Awkward, especially since I paired up Anais and Franco in my just-for-fun Lunar Lakes DecaDynasty!)



  Eventually, we abandoned Anais Willheim and went for a stroll down to the town to eat at the diner. Franco pointed out all the odd architecture and plants, but I just felt myself sticking out like a sore thumb! I missed Moonlight Falls, with the soft tendrils of fog wafting down in the evening, and sparkling waterfalls that were practically impossible to find, and sparkling gemstones named for our family, shining in the moon's light . . . even in Monte Vista, the land of culture and art, I counted down to the day school would end and I could return to my true home.

  I felt tears coming into my eyes, but firmly told myself to stop and turned away for a moment to regain my composure. Franco leaned forward, on the verge of asking what was wrong--



  In that moment, I leaned forward and kissed him, and was once again suspended in time--only, this time, I never wanted the moment to end.



  With blue light illuminating our faces, and strange whirrs coming from the diner building behind us, I dropped down on one knee (the metal ground chafed horribly) and proposed with a bit of tinfoil I had twisted into a ring.



  We were married then and there.







  Even though midnight had passed long before, we sat together on the ground, arms around each other for warmth, and gazed up at the unfamiliar stars.



  Franco told me that, due to Lunar Lake's cycle, the Earth would begin to rise over the pastel-colored mountains, and with a little help from a telescope I would be able to pick out Moonlight Falls on the surface.

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Re: The Moonstone Legacy - Tinfoil Ring
« Reply #12 on: May 27, 2013, 09:59:30 PM »
Oooo!  Very cool!  Lunar Lakes looks to be a ton of fun to play in!  And I'm glad he liked the kiss!

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Re: The Moonstone Legacy - Tinfoil Ring
« Reply #13 on: May 28, 2013, 12:32:31 PM »
Oooo!  Very cool!  Lunar Lakes looks to be a ton of fun to play in!  And I'm glad he liked the kiss!

It really is--more than any other world, I think. And all the sims have such cool eyes!
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« Reply #14 on: May 28, 2013, 12:51:26 PM »
  After hours and hours of pointing out stars, we returned to my hovel for a real newlywed celebration. Wow, my shack is good for something after all! Really, though, I was terrified that Franco would take one look at the place and leave, but instead he was very enthusiastic about it. He couldn't wait to expand on the hut, and put in more bathrooms, and a nursery . . . his excitement was contagious.



  Over the next few weeks, I found myself rushing to the toilet to throw up frequently, which Franco blamed on his food. So we ordered pizza or went to a restaurant every night, with no change in vomiting habits. Finally, I decided it was a stomach bug and left it at that.



  Franco and I were still very, very much in love. We both had our careers to think about, but in the moments we ignored our responsibilities I felt wonderful.



  I wrote comic books in my makeshift studio, even if my true aspiration was to write children's books, and was soon a very popular writer amongst the nerds of Lunar Lakes. I felt that drawing the designs and enhancing graphics really allowed me to become a better artist overall.



  . . . that is, when I'm not throwing the entirety of my stomach into a toilet bowl. Maybe I need a break. After all, I did land on an alien planet, marry someone after a single day, and build a tiny house with the money he brought. Perhaps I just need to get away from the stress!



  Poor Franco works all the time, going from house to house in search of inhabitants wanting a makeover. It's strenuous work, but the extra money he brings in is life-saving. And have you ever seen a Su look this good?



  I usually find him at home very early in the morning, practically dropping with exhaustion and not even bothering to change for bed.



  We ate dinner together and . . . such . . . every night, no matter how busy our schedules were.



  Thankfully, I only needed maternity wear in the last few months of pregnancy, since the money needed to buy new clothes came from a very strained bank account. Yes, pregnancy. And I thought it was a stomach bug!



  Apparently the doctor had phoned Franco and told him the news, because I woke up to the smell of pancakes long after he had left for work.

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Re: The Moonstone Legacy - Pancakes and Pregnancy
« Reply #15 on: May 28, 2013, 01:55:07 PM »
Awww!  So cute!  That was an adorable update!

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« Reply #16 on: June 02, 2013, 04:51:10 PM »
  I woke up in the middle of the night feeling utterly . . . ow.



  It certainly couldn't be that I was going into labor--the little girl in the ultrasound wasn't expected for weeks!--but as pain shot through me, I decided to forget what the doctor had said and go with my gut instinct. And my gut instinct was telling me that my gut was screaming.



  At last, sparkles surrounded me and I was left holding a beautiful little girl with blue-green skin. Little Nymph.



  When Franco finally decided the drama was over and he could wake up, I directed him into the nursery and locked myself in the bedroom--otherwise known as the living, dining, cooking, urinating, and sleeping area-- for the next twelve hours.



  Once my nap had ended, I called Franco back in. We're not trying to have another baby--but, who knows? The man is weirdly fertile.



  We have all seen this before, right? My vomiting into a toilet is usually the cue for pregnancy, but not this time! The pizza parlor literally just sent out an apology for the not-quite-fresh toppings on its latest special.



  I am, actually, pregnant. I just didn't throw up because of it!



  This time, I told Franco right away. He was just as excited as me, if a little less nervous, even though it meant he would spend the next few months working fifteen hours a day, just so that we could pay the bills and buy more baby supplies.



  I want Nymph to have absolutely everything her classmates will, and to want for absolutely nothing. Franco and I are even talking about sending her to a boarding school once she's older, due to the poor quality of teachers here.



  In no time at all, it was her first birthday. I held her up to the cake and laughed as she giggled and blew at the candles.



  Franco began to freak out and shout behind me, for reasons I could not fathom. I placed Nymph carefully on the ground, turned to ask him what was wrong--



  I raced into the nursery so Nymph wouldn't be forever scarred by the sight of her mother giving birth to her brother--or sister. Franco and I had decided to let the gender of our baby be a surprise. Am I rambling? Do I ramble with pain? No . . .



  Nymph grew up with my hair, but she dyed it blue and green to match her skin and favorite color. Isn't she lovely?



  Meanwhile, I finally popped out a precious, lilac girl.



  I think she's the sweetest, most beautiful little baby girl in the world. She and Nymph are both contenders for heir, since I want a female, colorful heir. Maybe it will be Nymph, the good, if a little insane, sweetheart. Or perhaps it will be my Mist . . . the girl who has been classified as evil.

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« Reply #17 on: June 02, 2013, 09:22:45 PM »
(I am way, way, WAY ahead in game, so . . . bear with me.)

  Nymph loves Franco, and Franco positively worships Nymph! I'm not very hurt by their one-on-one relationship, since I have Mist. Besides, I was best friends with my father growing up, while my older sister was close to my mother, so I suppose . . . I'm Nymph? How strange.



  Confession time: Franco and I have been tucking money away for . . . has it been a year and a half already? At any rate, the bank account has been steadily growing, and we were planning on not using any of the extra money until the girls needed it for their college fund.

  I was out shopping today for beds--the girls will need real beds at some point--and I just realized that I've been Lunar Lakes for nearly two years, now. And that I was married. With two children and, knowing Franco, another one on the way. I suppose I went a little crazy, because I woke up several hours later with a new bedroom and 700 simoleons in the bank.



  I dreaded Franco's coming home, expecting him to be mad. Angry, even. After all, I had selfishly spent the money we had planned to spend on our daughters' education--and on a bedroom, no less! But he just sighed and reminded me that anything we needed would be taken out of our fancy gothic bedroom.



  Please just be the lunar pizza, please just be the lunar pizza . . .



  I hid, ignored, and denied my pregnancy for as long as possible, and refused to change into my maternity clothes until I simply couldn't fit into my regular clothes any more. Perhaps I could have pulled it off with Nymph and Mist, but I seemed to balloon right away with this one.



  This was for a multitude of reasons:

  1. I simply could not accept that I was soon to be the mother of three, and close to my adult birthday. It seems just yesterday that I was leaving my high school graduation ceremony and jumping onto a plane back home!

  2. I was worried that Franco would have a mild/major breakdown.  He's seemed a little highstrung lately, with all the late hours working. Sometimes he doesn't even come home because he falls asleep at the salon, or comes home wearing completely different clothes than the ones he left the house with!

  3. This is the one I didn't really want to mention . . . pure selfishness. The money for the new baby's crib and bed would have be made by selling off furniture from my new bedroom. And my bedroom is the only place in the house that reminds me of home! No, that is not going.

  Still, even with Franco working nonstop and hallucinating from coffee, he had to notice my sudden weight gain at some point . . .

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Re: The Moonstone Legacy - Purely Selfish
« Reply #18 on: June 02, 2013, 10:20:25 PM »
Ooo!  Nymph is soooo cute!  Can't wait to see Mist!  Evil sims are a lot of fun to play with ^^  And then there's a third one on the way!  Wow.  Gonna be a full house ^^

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Re: The Moonstone Legacy - Purely Selfish
« Reply #19 on: June 03, 2013, 12:17:52 PM »
Ooo!  Nymph is soooo cute!  Can't wait to see Mist!  Evil sims are a lot of fun to play with ^^  And then there's a third one on the way!  Wow.  Gonna be a full house ^^

I've always wondered why people have a ton of kids in legacies, and now I know why: it's so fun! Don't know why it's fun. But it is.  ;D
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« Reply #20 on: June 03, 2013, 12:33:07 PM »
 
  "Flowers?" I gasped, unable to keep from smiling.

  "Of course! What else would I get for the most wonderful, beautiful wife in the world?"



  I can't believe how ridiculously nervous I was about telling Franco that I was pregnant. How could I forget that he wants to have at least three children? Sure, we're a little young and penniless to be parents of three, but why not just leap without looking?



  Mist aged up into this most perfectly adorable little toddler! Her favorite color is obvious, and she's thinking of dying the purple stripes in her hair pink instead.



  I hate to say that I have a favorite child. Nymph and Mist are both such precious little girls, how could I choose one to be first in my heart? But . . . Franco has Nymph, and I have Mist. It's a system that works.



  It's no huge surprise, either. Nymph looks exactly like Franco, and Mist looks like me, with Franco's beautiful blue eyes. She's just so, so, so perfect.





  In all of this scrambling to train the toddlers in their skills, I gave birth to our first little boy, the same color as Nymph. It was very easy to come up with a name for this impish child--Foam.



  Nymph celebrated her birthday, and became this sweet, lovely girl.



  Even though Mist is much younger than Nymph, I let her celebrate her birthday on the same day. Franco says I'm spoiling her . . . and maybe I am, but who cares? It's not like I'm getting her a pony! (Unless she wants a pony, then we'll see.)



  Nymph begged us to let her attend the School of Peace and Love, where she'll be able to learn in a warm, loving environment with little girls who share her interests.



  Mist flatly refused to go with her sister to "Hippie School," and instead pointed out the Fort Starch Military School. Perhaps it is a gray fortress with storm clouds and lightning, but she certainly seemed excited to go.

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Re: The Moonstone Legacy - Choosing Favorites
« Reply #21 on: June 03, 2013, 01:02:02 PM »
They are both GORGEOUS little girls!  Hehehe, "hippie school" XD That made me giggle.

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Re: The Moonstone Legacy - Choosing Favorites
« Reply #22 on: June 03, 2013, 03:04:21 PM »
Ooh, how fun!  They are both so incredibly good looking.

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« Reply #23 on: June 03, 2013, 08:50:56 PM »
They are both GORGEOUS little girls!  Hehehe, "hippie school" XD That made me giggle.

They both turned out very well, indeed! Well, it IS called the "School of Peace and Love" and Freddie Classic went there.

Ooh, how fun!  They are both so incredibly good looking.

I'm having lots of fun playing! And just wait until they're teenagers.
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« Reply #24 on: June 03, 2013, 09:26:46 PM »
(Again, I am incredibly ahead, so . . . again, bear with me!)

  You truly must be kidding me. I would love to delude myself into thinking I'm vomiting every four hours due to food poisoning, but past experience is very much outweighing that beautiful daydream.

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  Foam popped right up into a cute little boy with my hair, colorful green-blue skin, and Franco's eyes and mouth. He's very adorable and spends hours in his room playing "Catch the Bandits."



  A dusting of snow covers everything in Lunar Lakes this time of year, and we spent one gloriously happy afternoon hanging lights all over the roof--which took more time than expected. We have a very odd roof.



  I also received confirmation from the doctor and changed into my maternity wear right away. It seems that, with every pregnancy I have, I get bigger and bigger!



  Franco was, of course, ecstatic. I suppose he won't be so happy when I tell him that, after I give birth, we will only be Woohooing one time every week. He simply can't help being strangely fertile.



  The next few days were filled with Winter Fun, pure and simple. We built snowmen . . .



  . . . and Foam insisted on going to the Memories of Sunset Valley Winter Festival! I believe he did so only to try out the new snowboarding half-pipe.



  Unfortunately, pregnant women can do nothing at a festival, so I spent the day dancing with Franco. Not a bad way to spend a winter afternoon in a dome, all in all.



  Afterwards, I made the boys come with me to the Memories of Hidden Springs Park. Foam climbed on the bridge and in trees, insisting that we would only be kissing the entire time. He wasn't completely wrong.



  The next morning, Franco dropped Foam off at the Sekemoto house on the way to Amelia Loveland's. Foam and Kristofer hit it off right away, and he slept over there before I dragged him home by his cape.



  Wait--where did this baby come from?! Oh, right. It's mine. Welcome, baby Melody Moonstone!

I expect Azokka either to yell at everyone and totally dominate or else get out the popcorn.-Ombradellarosa

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