Ok, ok, ok, the recent sale on Origin let me get the Sims 4 for $32 (it might still be going on guys), and as much as I told myself that I really did not need to get it, that I hardly played the Sims 3, etc, etc... Well, the sale just kept going day after day and it was just too tempting.
So, I decided to create my Harper characters (all 4 of them, yes, Clotilde was even allowed to come back)
Why won't it hide for Arceus's sake?
I tried to reflect a few things about the characters in their clothes, of course. Shani has a red hoodie, Gwen is dressed pretty much exactly as she is in Harper during the first arc of her story, I hoped Clotilde's jacket would be a reminder of her armor padding (and of course, Harper guardian blue), and Prudence needs to be elegant while keeping warm in the Istin cold (and in mourning).
Another fun part was to select the aspirations and traits for each of them.
Shani, as a child, only got one of each:
Aspiration: Artistic Prodigy (yeaaah, children don't have many choices. But that relates to her dying skills)
Gwen, as a teen, had two traits:
Aspiration: Angling Ace (because erm... because)
Traits: Foodie and Loves Outdoors
Bonus Trait (automatically given by the game depending on aspiration): Collector
Clotilde s a young adult.
Aspiration: Finding her Soulmate (or you know, someone who will think her being tall and big will make for good children, right Zachariah?)
Traits: Gloomy, Bookworm, Loner
Bonus Trait: Alluring (erm... game... you messed up here )
Prudence is an adult
Aspiration: Successful Lineage
Traits: Art Lover, Snob, Family-Oriented
Bonus Trait: Domestic (eh, why not?)
I know not everyone has the game, but if you wanted to try your hand at it, you can download a free demo on Origin which lets you create young adult characters.
If you want you can also just summarize your character into traits
, it's kind of fun to summarize them that way.