So, yeah, after all that? I was pretty much done with the Perfect Genetics challenge. I think my genetics are broken. You’re supposed to repeat through 10 generations. Forget it.
Instead, after browsing some challenge lists, I decided to go with the Random Legacy Challenge. You roll a random number to decide several different components of the challenge.
This one turned out pretty easy. I got “Single Mom,” but Coreopsis only needs to have one kid. Standard career: max out the Rock Star career track. With the added complication of having to complete every Opportunity the game gives her, and “No Strangers” meaning that she will have to repair and clean everything herself.
Doesn’t she look thrilled?
Oh, she’s thrilled. I can tell.
As a burgeoning rock star, I started off with some nice dark blue hair. I was hoping the pigtails would lead attention away from her peanut-shaped face and cheeks.
I was wrong.
When she grew up into a teenager, I decided to push her look a little bit farther.
By the way, the game gave her that dress at random. Isn’t it the greatest, though? I really think it works for her.
Whenever she wasn’t doing her homework…
I made her practice guitar. I’m hoping to get her to Level 10 by the time she turns into a young adult.
She practiced after school, on the weekends, and first thing in the morning after breakfast.
One day after school she went home with one of her earlier siblings. I was curious to see how they were getting along.
“I see you’ve made some very bold choices with the interior decoration.”
“We found that mauve and maroon really work together nicely in a paisley wallpaper.”
Practice practice practice!
The dog park turned out to be a pretty good venue. She earned §162 in tips!
And thanks to Lizzarocks for the raven wall decoration!
I put it in the library, above the desk where the kids do their homework, so it can keep an eye on them.