Let me just say, it is a sad state of affairs when the dead guy has better table manners.
This is the week that Logan grew into a young man. I feel like Logan is kind of a complicated guy. He has the traits Genius, Grumpy, Mooch, Ambitious, and Gatherer (which lets him find collectibles faster). I bet he would be fascinating to talk to at a party, but would be extremely tedious to live with long-term.
It was time to choose Logan’s “signature look.” There are not a lot of options for hair styles for black guys in this game. (There aren’t many for black women, either, but at least you can pretend like maybe they are wearing a wig or have a weave.)
Logan ended up with, you know, one hair style you would pick for a black guy. Then because I felt sorry for him, I gave him a dapper little mustache.
But I couldn’t stand being quite THAT nice to him, so I put him in a silly Christmas sweater.
He’s the most festive werewolf of all!
Right! Let’s get to it. Logan’s Lifetime Wish requires him to transform four Sims into werewolves, and gather $40,000 in collectibles while hunting as a pack.
Werewolf Victim #1.
Victim #2, proving once again that the park is a bad place to hang out in Sims 3.
#3, who seems to be thinking “I’m too old for this ****” or something similar.
We took a break to chat up a woman who was smitten with Logan. She seems nice enough, although I am leery of the side ponytail.
And finally victim #4.
Next, Logan needed to group up with another werewolf to go hunting as a pack. (None of the transformed werewolves was happy about it, and they all refused his request to hang out as a group.)
Okay Blondie, you’re in.
This was the part where I queued up 8 “Hunt As Pack” actions and then started fixing dinner. In other words, the boring part.
She seems to be looking wistfully at the wild horses. It does seem like a shame that werewolves aren’t allowed to hunt other animals. I sure would like to take a crack at that deer, for one thing!