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Nepheris ([personal profile] nepheris) wrote on January 17th, 2012 at 08:06 pm
Introducing: Jenever Tipsy
Yep, I'm naming my legacy after alcoholic drinks. I like naming schemes, as it makes picking names for the sproglets a whole lot easier. (I originally wanted to do a Cheesy legacy, with everyone named after different cheeses, but I think someone else is already doing that and anyway I have the Picklethorpes in my BaCC on that one now).
Why alcoholic drinks? There's enough varieties out there that I won't run out of names anytime soon, and noone that I know of is using it as a naming scheme. Cue end of contemplation.

Founder Jenever Tipsy (or Jen for short) is named after the spirit my hometown is sort of famous for. It comes in a myriad of flavours, from basic ones like lemon and apple to whacky stuff like chocolate and traditional sweets. In its original form however, it's a highly alcoholic juniper-flavoured spirit distilled from grain.

Right, enough alcoholic factoids, time for introductions.

As I'm (loosely) following the DITFT legacy rules, Jenever will be spending her days as a farmer.

Generation One

- Get a gold gardening skill badge.
- Have a garden containing each type of plant
- Get married, no premarital woohoo
- Have a boy & a girl

- Catch every type of fish
- Max the nature hobby
- Marry a sim whose predestined hobby is nature, or marry a gardener

The little plot of land Jen will be putting down the roots of her family tree on. That's it for now, but stay tuned for more :) 
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