Once Kirby’s Glow Orb mushrooms started sprouting, it was a simple matter to whip up several batches of the Potent Zombification elixir. From there it was just a matter of finding townies who would hold still long enough to be zombified in order to fulfill Kirby’s Lifetime Wish.
In between zombification, if I left her alone for more than a second, Kirby would dash to the nearest mirror and check herself for wrinkles.
She was having a pretty traumatic Mid-life Crisis, you see. I have had many Sims go through this stage, but I don’t think any of them have spent so much time checking themselves in mirrors.
“GET OVER YOURSELF,” I would think, “WE’VE GOT ZOMBIES TO CREATE!”
And finally, #10, with Kirby’s wish fulfilled!
Kirby celebrated by… rushing to the nearest mirror and checking herself for wrinkles.
Now it was time for Leroy’s Lifetime Wish, to cure 12 zombies. I obviously didn’t think this through. I should have waited until I had all the potions, then sent him out with Kirby to de-transform zombies right after she transformed them.
“Hello? Any zombies in here? Hello? Anyone?”
We had to settle for a house-by-house search. Oh, here’s one!
While #1 was happy to stand around chatting after being un-zombie-ficated, most of them took off the instant Leroy fixed them. Rude.
#2, the dude with the stupid hat.
For #4, I cheated a little and gave Leroy a Potent Zombification elixir. First he transformed this tourist he found in the park.
Then he changed him back.
I guess I would storm off in a huff, too.
At this point Lars came back from boarding school, and I kicked him out. Seeya, Lars!
We ran out of Potent Cure Elixir. While waiting for more Glow Orb mushrooms to grow, Leroy went home and played with Kitty with the laser pointer.
Then he walked outside AND DIED OF OLD AGE.
Ugh, I hate it when they beg for their lives. It’s so heartbreaking!
After Leroy’s death, Kitty woke up and mourned him. Also heartbreaking.
Well… so much for Leroy’s Lifetime Wish, I guess. On to Logan, the heir.