In which Stealie meets (and mooches off of) more townsfolk, including the residents of the graveyard.
After the first night, Stealie woke up early and headed straight to the park to harvest trees. The big question is what to do till 7pm.
Pigeon hunting, that’s what. Meet Marty Keaton:
Sims greet others in ways that probably wouldn’t fly in real life:
“Sorry, here’s a microwave dinner to make up for it.”
It’s disgusting, but we have to eat it immediately or it’ll spoil like yesterday’s.
I wonder whether interacting with the Sims before trying to mooch improves the results of mooching. With Leighton Sekemoto, we tried getting to know him first before trying “Mooch a Small Amount.”
He declined. Fine! We got nothing to lose. Try “Mooch a Large Amount.” Leighton approved and gave us $7. SIMS LOGIC.
We next call on Cornelia Goth (who was kind enough to be cleaning up after Stealie’s microwave meal).
“It’s all right, dear! My family is the oldest in Sunset Valley. We must do what we can to help those less fortunate!”
In private, she feels these moochers are milking enough out of her family:
We’ll prey on others, then. Greet Justine Keaton (while Cornelia goes back to throwing out that microwave meal).
The Swiping Hour is upon us!
At Erin Kennedy’s house, we chat with the inhabitant. Stealie mooched food autonomously and was about to eat the jam and bread when Erin invited her to dance together. I thought you were tired! Whatever, ladies.
Erin kept dancing by herself while Stealie finally ate the jam and bread. And swiped a dresser.
All that dancing and whooping finally tired Erin enough to go to bed. It pushed us past midnight (meaning we didn’t max out our stealing opportunities). But now’s the chance! What will Stealie swipe?
The rug! And…poor Erin…the stereo.
Back to the park around 1am. I wanted to swipe the fountain but got a chair instead. Aw, the last swipe for the day and we spent it on a chair. At least it’ll give Stealie something to sit on other than the toilet.
YES! a large amount of…$9. and canned soup.
“Now let me rest in peaaace.”
Fine. Plenty more ghosts to mooch from. What’ve they got to lose.
Vincent Skullfinder, generous ghost that he is, gave us a microwave meal, a large amount of $8, and a small amount of $2.
And back at home. Maybe this schedule of getting up late and staying out late works better.