I had such a hard time choosing a world to play. For a second I was tempted to play Bridgeport, since in generation 2 I’ll need nightclubs and bars and I didn’t want to go through the tedious job of playing Late Night lots in chosen world. But then I thought of Krisis, and Bridgeport will always be my Krisis world, I can never play it without thinking about my characters. So, for that reason, Frankie Hightower ended up at #45 Lupin Lane, Aurora Skies. To say she hates her new digs is an understatement. Yeah, I admit, it’s not my best work, but when you only have $8000, your options are kinda limited.
And there it is, ladies and more ladies (and some gents, I hope). The place where it all starts. The dream. Her little Vermont (all she needs now is a Fitz). She’ll never be mayor, but she can make jam at least and be happy.
Back to the place, it has all the required cheap furniture to get her started, and she has about $2000 left to buy herself a cheap camera.
After settling in, Frankie went to the consignment store next door. While there, waiting for the store clerk to show up, she decided to try her hand at drawing, until a ghost appeared and Frankie lost her shit and passed out. I’m starting to get worried about that “coward” trait. I hope she doesn’t pass out for every little thing.
As soon as she regained conciousness, Frankie bought the camera and got the hell out of dodge. Don’t think she’ll be visiting the place anytime soon. Not with the ghosts lurking around.
She stopped at the park on her way home. She’s awfully addicted to that phone, she whips it out every chance she gets.
And she found this Lilac Breasted Roller. Apparently it’s very rare and it can sell for a whooping $864. Too bad the only way she can make money is through her photography skill. Guess she’ll keep the bird and pass it on to future generations, like a family heirloom. Yep, no diamonds here, just birds…