Last time, I learned why you should never trust the Exchange and should tread lightly with CC coming from unknown creators. You can get the *weirdest* glitches.
Manganese: Look, Grandma! I’m insane like you are. Isn’t it creepy that my eyes are rolled back like this?
I hate how kids never look *up* when they’re looking at adults, they always look through their foreheads. Also, I keep trying to call Manganese Magnesium, just as a heads up in case I actually do that at some point. Chemists need to come up with names that are actually different from each other. *grumble*
In my opinion, Argon can out-creep Manganese even without her eyes rolling all back. So what’s the rest of the family doing?
(This question means that I took a bunch of pictures and have no real way to link them.)
Cobalt and Nickel are playing with their imaginary friends. Will I keep them? I don’t know yet. I think it would be cool if I could get a ghost/IF, but since Phosphorus couldn’t be a vampire until I got rid of her being an imaginary friend, I don’t think that sort of overlap would actually be possible.
Argon: I mean, you think we’d have enough money to get an actual dining room with space for the whole family…
I’ll figure something out. Eventually.
Um… you know that’s not the ghost twin, right?
Ghost routing. Love it.
He’d better soak it up now, because he’ll be on the couch again if Vanadium finds out what he did to Cobalt. Luckily, the Sacred Spleen Memorial Hospital was able to reattach Cobalt’s leg without too much lasting damage. Physically, at least. The kid’s traumatized.
Iron and Manganese are technically supposed to age up on the same day, but I decided to age up Iron early, but not Manganese. I don’t want the game to register him as *too* much older than his siblings, since he already skipped a life stage. I forget which trait Iron actually got this birthday, but I know she’s now insane, unlucky and clumsy. Oh my god she’s Bella Swan.
Iron: Because you’re going to want to save, and you missed some of the bad CC that gets hidden, so it’s going to freeze when you save.
Because I’m brilliant, I saved right after Iron aged up, and I only had to send her to the mirror and dresser again.
She does this, instead. As in, she changes clothes, walks outside, holds her nose (I’m pretty sure, it happened kind of fast), and does a belly flop into the pool outside. All of this without any pool actions in her queue, and the mirror is still up there, not crossed out.
That… that’s a special level of clumsiness there. That’s beyond Bella Swan, and beyond pretty much anything I’ve ever heard of. We need a padded room for this girl.
Iron: Naw, I’m just glaring at Mr. Pool. He may have won the battle, but not the war.
I’m seeing horrible things. Falling from the stage. Prop guns firing actual bullets. Hell, with Iron’s apparent level of clumsiness she might accidentally walk into the middle of a highway during a show. So it’s actually probably not any more dangerous than anything else she could be doing.
Danny: Happy birthday, princess.
Iron: I think my doll is alive…
Iron: I want to hear my deceased father tell ghost stories!
In another world, she would have been a ghost, too. ;_; Wait. Actually, it’s midnight and there’s school in the morning. Iron, you go to bed.
Argon: There’s been a complication in replacing a small toddler’s leg, which was cut off by a wall.
Danny: And I’ve been able to keep it a secret until now. D: