Frankly, I was a little nervous about letting Zardoz teach Aaron how to walk out on their patio. That railing does not look like it would stop a staggering toddler!
Look out, Bridgeport! Zardoz is on the hunt! I hope you are able to spot him coming!
I couldn’t handle the way his red robe clashed with his red hair, so I changed it to a purplish blue. Still fabulous. Maybe it could be more fabulous. I’m on the fence.
Wanna see the coat in action? With the Late Night expansion pack, your Sims can get drunk and dance on the bar counter!
The moves from :29-:35 never fail to make me LOL! Especially in that coat!
With Aaron growing quickly, they would soon need an extra bedroom. I kicked Morrigan’s family out of their awesome penthouse, and moved in the Alphabettis.
The new place features, among other things, coffins. That you can sleep… um… over.
It also features a nice view of the eponymous bridge.
When the lights are low, you can really see Aaron’s vampire heritage. In his scary, scary eyes.
With the help of his awesome coat, Zardoz has been climbing the celebrity ladder. He’s a four-star celebrity now! These ladies are impressed.
While Zardoz whoops it up across town, Elvira gets stuck with child care duty. Sorry, darling – such is the fate of the non-heir Alphabettis.
After the party, Zardoz was feeling a bit peckish. So I had him raid the hospital’s blood supply. Hilarious!
Back at home, I could see the writing on the wall. Vampires live about three times longer than regular Sims. I don’t have the patience for that. So I had Elvira phone the adoption agency and order up a new baby.
Welcome, baby girl Wilma!
Meanwhile Aaron grew into a little boy. A creepy, creepy little boy.
He and his mother enjoy playing chess together. (The rate of chess-playing among Sims is at least 300 times higher than that among humans.)
In case you were wondering, Sim vampires do reflect.
And evil Sim vampires still enjoy stealing candy from babies.
I was puzzled as to why Aaron went to the park after school and fell asleep on a bench.
But maybe it’s because he has to share a bedroom with his baby sister.
(I think that green stink cloud is pretty realistic.)
I leave you with another feature from Late Night…
The ability to “woo hoo” in elevators.