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Re: Sunburst Dynasty - Shining Forever in Twinbrook
« Reply #300 on: March 25, 2011, 01:59:07 PM »
I expect that we may have to wait a little longer as I've just read, elsewhere, about how much you are enjoying The Sims Medieval.  Ah well, all good things are worth waiting for and, the houses that you've shared, have been stunning.

I'm not surprised that you are wary of playing until you have a contingency plan in the event of any misfortune befalling Patrick - especially after what happened to little Guang. 

PS Great pictures of retrieving the axe! 

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« Reply #301 on: March 26, 2011, 03:56:44 AM »
Yes, I have to admit it guys, Gheez is right. TSM is so awesome I've been playing it all day every day since my husband brought it home the evening of the 22nd! (I absolutely adore Medieval fashions and so am creating all my own heros!) My husband is so awesome, he even "let" me install it on the PC (23" screen!) to take it for it's first spin. And he's been great about painting his Warmachine dudes to give me the PC guilt-free. I'm down to 6QP plus the quest I've just started so my first Ambition is almost done. Then I promise, I'll at least finish out the week the Sunbursts are in at the moment for a post-China update.

See you back here in a few days. *Runs off to bed for more TSM after breakfast!*
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« Reply #302 on: March 26, 2011, 05:36:42 PM »
Haha so that's why there is no updates! No worries though, I haven't gotten Medieval and probably won't but I remember how it was when I first got The Sims 3 and every expansion afterwards lol.  ;D

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« Reply #303 on: March 28, 2011, 09:23:27 PM »
Fhore: Week 24 Part 2 (Finally!)

This has been a long time coming so hopefully it won't disappoint. Our little family has finally come out of stasis and we are rested and ready for whatever life has in store.  Young Fyve is busy enjoying her childhood, making friends, and doing her homework. She tells me her plan was to max Logic before her teen birthday but that was before she ran into him. Oh dear. My daughter has caught on to this Immortal Dynasty thing way too young (remind me to smack Grandpa Tu upside the head for his little scouting trip when Fyve was just a nooboo.) Now, my little girl is logically planning ahead, waaaaaay ahead! I think she spent one day as a little girl, that's it. This one is too smart for her own good.

Here she is taking a little down time watching an action movie with Uncle Franklin. They have become the closest of friends with their mutual love for chess. I am always floored by the conversations those two have with one another: what life forms exist in the neighbouring universe, could you come out the back end of a Black Hole, and why is it the Queen's job to save the King from a checkmate. This picture is also to show you just how handsome my brother is in his policeman uniform. Remind me to ask him about Sandi, she hasn't been by the house since Franklin's last birthday.



With my Elder birthday baring down on me (OK, OK, so it's still 2 weeks away) I find myself meditating my days away to reach that all important number of 150 hours. The Deathfish come over and keep me company for the first little while, but even they get bored.



Ernesto is still up to his usual shenanigans at work. He put on a little weight while we were in China and it's slowing him down. Good night, my dear, I'll see you in the afternoon when I get home from work.



I sign Fyve up for swimming lessons at the local pool in hopes that she will meet a few more kids her age; she doesn't look happy about it but Mom knows best. This acting way beyond her years freaks me out, and makes me kind of sad too. My little girl is growing up too fast. I think her bathing suit is super cute!



Grandpa Tu is having his crazy days more frequently it seems. He brings home the strangest things from his Consignment store. First, it's another "floor hygienator"; they make me sick more often than not. Today, its something called a "miner". Goodness only knows what he's going to do with that! After spending the afternoon flipping through the manual, he mutters something about missing pages and heads outside. I sit down to meditate and have just entered "the zone" when this crunching, grinding noise slams into my head and sends my heart pounding so hard it almost drowns out the grinding noise. What in the world?



Grandpa Wunn is going to have a fit when he sees what Grandpa Tu is doing to the front yard!

After another promotion, Franklin now has to write up reports about the fine people of Twinbrook. He brings home our very first computer, oops sorry, it's "don't even think about touching my laptop!" Franklin's computer, my bad. Somehow, he got a cover that matches his everyday shirt. Interesting. He likes wearing his work uniform to question people though, he says it gives him a more authoritative aura. Sure little brother, whatever you say.



My day off is spent relaxing in a bubble bath with a bottle of France's finest Pomegranate nectar, followed by a breakfast of Falafel, and hours meditating in my MA garden out back.



I see I forgot to mention the "only in my dreams" part! My days off are actually spent fixing things around the house, today it's the washer, and the bathtub. Tomorrow it will be a shower and maybe the dishwasher, if I'm lucky. *Sigh* I can't seem to ever find time to upgrade anything and if I did, Grandpa Wunn's new sprinklers are first on the list, well his list anyway.



Saturday brings my little darling's teen birthday. She starts the day off right with some quality time in the tub with Ducky.



And just chilling out. I don't even want to know what she's thinking about! (She's the one who broke the tub.)



I decide to throw an actual party for Fyve; our family hasn't had a proper birthday party in awhile. I invite a few of my friends and a few of her friends. It will be a while before there is child laughter and energy in our house again, so I enjoy today for all it's worth. In her best dress she blows out the candles and welcomes another transition.







There's Franklin behind Grandpa Wunn on the left, then Grandpa Tu. Blonde hair white shirt guy center front wasn't invited. Then there's me, Fhore, with my Mom Therie behind me. Then my newly fit Ernesto (still a hunk in my opinion!). Far right is Dora Jones-Brown, my cousin. A couple other members of our extended family made it out as well as friends of Fyve's. I think a few got tired of waiting for Fyve to blow out the candles and are helping themselves to leftovers in the fridge behind the camera.

Fyve takes a giant leap into her teenage years!



Here she is, all grown up and looking a lot more like me then I thought. She has Ernesto's eyes and skin tone, but definitely my jaw and mouth, Grandma Zo's mouth. [Will it ever go away?! It's not as big anymore but still a weird profile.]



Next Week: Teen years, museum pieces, meditation, and more jail time?
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Re: Sunburst Dynasty - Shining Forever in Twinbrook
« Reply #304 on: March 29, 2011, 04:35:38 AM »
Awesome update Lily! Her bathing suit is adorable! Happy birthday Fyve!

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« Reply #305 on: March 29, 2011, 05:06:00 AM »
Happy birthday Fyve.

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Re: Sunburst Dynasty - Shining Forever in Twinbrook
« Reply #306 on: March 29, 2011, 05:26:30 AM »
Yey an update and an awesome one at that, I've missed the Sunburst's  ;D

Happy Birthday Fyve
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« Reply #307 on: March 29, 2011, 12:10:26 PM »
Thanks for coming back guys! I'm glad the update was worth the read.

I should be playing the Sunbursts more over the next bit of time. I've finished my first Ambition in TSM and am stuck in the "done!" mindset so I haven't gone back to it yet.  :P  How weird is that?! I'm also moving the Sunbursts over to the PC as the file is so big my poor little Mac laptop is having a hard time with it; it opens, runs, and saves OK but it's very slow game play. Instead of a Simhour taking a RL minute on speed 1 it's taking twice that. So look for LN coming to the Sunbursts! Actually, the Sunbursts coming to LN since LN is already on the PC.

Anyway, I'm off to move the file. See you guys later.
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« Reply #308 on: March 29, 2011, 06:16:02 PM »
Awesome! I know the Sunbursts will just love LN!

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« Reply #309 on: March 29, 2011, 06:47:52 PM »
Wow, Fyve's appearance really changed between child and teen!  She looks so grown up already.

Can Sims meditate on a lot where a miner is going, I have ambitions but haven't installed WA so I was a bit curious.
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« Reply #310 on: March 29, 2011, 06:53:32 PM »
Happy Birthday, Fyve~! ;D
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« Reply #311 on: March 29, 2011, 08:19:39 PM »
I'm having technical difficulties getting the Sunburst file to run on the PC, it keeps crashing at random times. I've spent 4 hrs today trying to get it to work so I needed a break from them. I think I managed to get 2 screenshots! Alas, we'll restart SimSunday, again. My husband's been gone all day, first for work then for a game of Warmachine at the local game store. Tonight he has the guys coming over for another D&D session. He has the day off tomorrow so I'll see if he can offer me any more suggestions then. I've cleaned everything out, downloaded and installed all my Store and Swap Shop items, transferred both the file and it's backup. Maybe a computer restart would help. Anyway, I'll try again tomorrow.

@ Juxt: Fhore meditates through just about anything! Watching her thought bubbles pop up helps me stay tuned to everything that's going on. :D Doorbell rings, another Sim walks into the room, the shower breaks upstairs, the noisy miner is still running! It's amusing. Yes, she does meditate just fine with the miner running outside. You noticed Fyve's very grown up face too? I was so surprised, I've never seen a teen Sim look completely like a YA. It's got me curious to see how she'll look as a YA.
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« Reply #312 on: March 29, 2011, 11:04:00 PM »
So sorry you're having computer problems Lily. Hope you get it figured out.

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« Reply #313 on: March 30, 2011, 03:33:01 AM »
What a transformation! It's always a surprise but Fyve looks so different as a child and as a teen!I would never guess that is the same Sim!
Sorry for technical issues, hpe you (and your husband) will figure it out soon! Good luck Lily!

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« Reply #314 on: March 31, 2011, 12:35:10 PM »
I really like how Fyve's teenage looks tie in with the storyline.  It makes sense that she looks so mature, after all as Fhore said at the beginning of your update "I think she spent one day as a little girl, that's it." 

Loving Fhore's blue and white everyday dress, think I need to get my simmies out of their trousers a bit more.  Is her dress in one of the EPs or is it a Stuff Pack one?  And the pattern?  Talking of patterns, I'm honoured that you've used some of the patterns that I've shared and used them so creatively.  I may have to 'steal' some of your ideas.

Hope that your technical difficulties get sorted and that you'll be back to stress-free, enjoyable simming.

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« Reply #315 on: April 01, 2011, 01:02:37 AM »
Thanks Esther, Anushka, and Gheez.

Technical difficulties remain (my husband and I have run out of ideas) but I have managed to get to Tuesday afternoon by saving every few Sim hours! It was going quite well today. After a few saves I get an Error 12 and have to use save as. Then I can save a few more times before I get another Error 12 and the game crashes. My husband cleaned out a bunch of stuff from the drive the game plays on and that seemed to help a bit. I wanted to add tables to Fhore's Central Park so Franklin can write his reports there right after questioning a Sim. I successfully saved before entering Buy Mode but then when I hit Live Mode it crashed to desktop. So I didn't lose any game play but I decided to play my Writing Challenge instead (finished!). It's slow going for my Dynasty but the game play is so much smoother and faster that I'm going to stick it through.

@ Gheez: Fhore Everyday dress is a Store item called ... *heads off to check the name* Ala Mod. The pattern is from the base game, I believe, just recoloured. I'll put the dress up in the Swap Shop next time I play. Remind me if you don't see it in the next couple days. "Steal" my ideas all you want, they are your patterns after all! :D I've actually recoloured Fyve's T-shirt because I didn't like how it turned out mostly Red instead of Hot Pink. I like it better now. Franklin's shirt just amuses me! When he aged into a teen, I went for a preppy-French-Geek vibe and to me the pattern on a button up shirt fits nicely. I like it.
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« Reply #316 on: April 08, 2011, 02:56:20 AM »
I'm sorry that there are on-going technical difficulties. I've just been reading about Error 12, it sounds a nightmare problem with no real explanation of why it happens to some and not others, some people say that pausing the game before saving prevents it, whereas others claim it doesn't. What a headache for you.

Thanks for the info about the dress. And I've found the base game pattern. I'd love it, though, if you did put the dress up in the Swap Shop.  Oh and congratulations on completing the Writing Challenge - nice score!

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« Reply #317 on: April 08, 2011, 04:06:46 PM »
@ Gheez: You're so tuned into my Dynasty it's crazy! I was so excited to pull this story off the bottom of the pile with an update later today but you beat me to it. ;D  I'll try and remember to get Fhore's dress up in the Swap Shop, I've been so excited about just being able to play again that I've forgotten to share it.

@ Everybody: The Sunbursts are living and growing in a new and improved Twinbrook (not actually new it's just got LN now). I on the other hand barely made it through this ordeal with my sanity and joy for playing TS3 intact.

As you all already know, I attempted a move of my Dynasty save file from my Mac laptop to the Vista PC for more gaming power. It's been 2 weeks of Error 12s, a complete uninstall and reinstall, checking the DEP list (spending 2-3 days figuring out that you can't remove items from this list if they've been uninstalled, looking up answers/work-arounds, and my husband's genius renaming scheme to remove the old TS3 files from the list and replacing them with the new ones - EADM has renamed the files - saving me from another uninstall/reinstall), now dealing with random crashes, mind blowing idea (can you hear the sarcasm?) of reading the crash files and solving the actual problem! Something about the game file being too big to run and finding a way to increase (double!) the RAM available to the game when it's running.

We are back up and running guys!!! (Yes that deserves 3 exclamation marks!) Update to come as soon as my husband heads off for work in an hour and I can have the PC. I played all afternoon yesterday and managed to almost finish the week - the game runs so much faster and smoother on the gaming PC it makes me giddy! I had forgotten about the Vampirism disease though. *Heads off to wrap Patrick in layers of garlic*
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« Reply #318 on: April 08, 2011, 06:30:57 PM »
I am looking forward to an update.

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« Reply #319 on: April 08, 2011, 07:58:00 PM »
I'm so happy for you Lily! You're right, that deserves alot of exclamation marks! That is so awesome and good luck wrapping Patrick in garlic lol.

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« Reply #320 on: April 08, 2011, 08:32:01 PM »
Fhore: Week 25

[This one's pretty long but I think we've earned it. Enjoy. Thanks Rachel and Esther!]

We are back! The teenage years of my lovely daughter Fyve can finally begin. Oh boy. First, though, I'll check in with Franklin. Remember how last week I made a note to ask him about his relationship with Sandi, well I got my answer. Apparently, with the demands of starting his new job at the police station, he's been so busy working Sandi actually got mad enough to break up with my brother. No girl likes feeling neglected. Needles to say I have a long talk with him and basically tell him he needs to decide whether Sandi is important enough to him for him to fight for her. He invites her over on Sunday and they talk.



I guess things are going well. I hope my little brother will be happier now.

Fyve also invites a guest over on Sunday, none other than young Patrick. They become best friends even with incompatible traits, I guess he doesn't have the love of sports that she does. [His eyebrows look familiar!]



And because my girl knows what she wants and isn't afraid to ask for it, she has her first kiss with Patrick.



After supper, Ernesto takes it upon himself to put Patrick through his paces. Maybe it's a potential father-in-law thing? The kid could definitely use some fashion advice.



Monday it is, in fact, the dishwasher that breaks down. It's either too close to my bedtime or the dishwasher is extra ornery today because it wins this round. Man, that hurt!



Tuesday afternoon, Ernesto prods me out of my meditation to ask if a white belt is good enough to spar against for my MA requirements. I guess he did the math and realizes a trip to China might not come before we age up again so he hit the wooden dummy in my MA garden. Have I mentioned how awesome my husband is to me?



I try my very best not to steamroll him during our first spar but it felt so good to get back into the groove. His white belt skills are no match for my black belt flips and kicks and I hand him loss after loss this afternoon. At about round 10 he asks how many I still need. Like 25 or so dear. He's such a good sport and even manages to win one before the carpool arrives for him. Man that feels good! Too bad he has to go to work. *Wink*

Fyve meets up with Patrick after her swimming lesson and, after doing their homework together, they spend the rest of the evening playing Gnubb in the park. Plenty of chaperons there.



Franklin runs into Sandi at the Salon after work while he's there interviewing the lovely ladies and gentlemen getting new Fresh for Spring looks. She has some exciting news to share.



After saying hello to his coming soon nooboo, Franklin takes Sandi out for supper at the Bistro just down the street. They have a lovely time and Franklin doesn't get home until very late.



Wednesday, Grandpa Wunn decides to give Grandpa Tu's miner a spin. I guess it's tougher to drive than it looks!



He has a blast with it and decides it would be fun to jump into the glowing tunnel entrance the miner reveals. Yup, super smart idea. I suppose if he doesn't come back we can take a crack at being a normal family, without this Immortality thing.



Fyve comes home from school just long enough to do her homework before heading to the theater to take in a movie with her newest best friends, the Drudge girls (Grandpa Theo's granddaughters). The dark haired one is Joline but I can't remember the name of the other one, *looking it up* oh, her name is Willow.



Mom, Therie, catches up with young Patrick outside the movie theater and they join up with the girls for a late supper at the Diner, before they each head for their respective homes for the night. Looks like Patrick is super excited about having dinner with his girlfriend, her grandma, and 2 of her best friends. I'm starting to like this kid.



Thursday, Fyve's swimming lessons are canceled when an elderly gentleman leaves his suit behind when he jumps into the pool. Before I get there to pick her up, Fyve steals one rare moment to be a teenager. I have to fight back a smile. How am I suppose to punish her for the very few moments she spends just being a kid?



Ernesto takes a moment to help Fyve out with her homework. I think she asks him just for a chance to spend some time with her dad, she's definitely smart enough to do her homework on her own.



Friday evening I get invited to my cousin Dora Jones-Brown's casual party. I'm super excited about getting the Sunburst's first ever party invite! Other than the lack of food the party is awesome. Until Franklin finds out that Sandi got invited too and comes over to crash the party. We get thrown out after they get caught in the upstairs bedroom. See, he's never that excited about plain old Autumn Salad. Oh, brother!



Saturday, the family splits up and hits the town looking for some serious fun. Franklin heads over to Sandi's place to spend quality time with his son, Marty.



Grandpas Wunn and Tu participate in the protest at City Hall.



Fyve joins the town's chess league in search of winning the top prize. Her first challenger is a brilliant doctor, one of my Step-dad Wilbert's co-workers from way back. Fyve manages to sneak out a win!



Mom Therie stops in to meet her grandson, Marty, and heads home to paint this masterpiece before heading to work. I'm starting to see the real benefit to having two master painters in the house.



I, of course, spend the day in front of the fish tank showing off my latest meditation skills (same old really) for the Deathfish.

Ernesto spends the day taking pictures of the family before meeting up with Fyve at the park. He shows Patrick a few of his dance moves.



Next Week: More teenage fun, a new family member or two, and birthdays.

[So far I have 2 Vampires in Twinbrook and am of the mind that only YA, Adults, or Elders get turned by story progression. I hope I'm right about that. I have the whole family making friends with Patrick so the moment he ages up we can move him in.]
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« Reply #321 on: April 08, 2011, 08:54:20 PM »
Awesome update Lily! Oh my Franklin lol. Congrats on Marty!  ;D I think you're right about the vamps cause the only kids and teens I've seen vamped out are kids of vampires.

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« Reply #322 on: April 08, 2011, 09:05:53 PM »
Great update as always.

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« Reply #323 on: April 08, 2011, 09:12:42 PM »
The Sim getting shocked picture made me laugh.

I like Wun and Tu in the protest too, all fired up and ornery  ;D
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« Reply #324 on: April 09, 2011, 12:01:28 AM »
Thanks for reading Esther, Rachel, and Juxt.

I wasn't sure what I wanted to do about Franklin and Sandi's relationship but I thought I'd give Franklin one more chance to tell me what he wanted. I got them talking and he rolled the wish to kiss her, the rest went from there. And then the party thing came up and I couldn't resist the opportunity. ;)
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