The Sims 2 Shenanigans: The Wolf Lady

Yep, I’m still at it. I swear I will never really get tired of playing The Sims 2. I recently went back to play as one of the new-ish sims I decided to make.

The Sims 2: Custom female sim
This is the lovely Ms. Raven Ashcroft.

Last year, I made this pretty, raven-haired girl whom I creatively named Raven. I decided to put her in Strangetown because I never really did do anything of note there in my past rounds of The Sims 2 other than find Bella Goth. I figured adding a sim I actually want to play around with would make me more interested in the neighborhood.

The Sims 2: Custom female sim interacting with default Strangetown sims
Raven’s initial attempts at socializing were kind of fail.

Raven’s stats are geared toward cleanliness and seriousness, so she’s not exactly good at socializing. After a few failed attempts at befriending neighbors, I figured I’d find other companions  for the poor girl.

The Sims 2 Fun with Pets: Custom female sim interacting with wolf
Enter the wolf.

I had Raven interact with the wolves that showed up on her property, and I figured it wouldn’t hurt to adopt one.

The Sims 2 Fun with Pets: Custom female sim with 6 adopted wolves
Or six.

The thought of having Raven adopt wolves amused me so much that I hit the six-pets-only limit with six wolves. Raven may not have a lot of friends around Strangeview, but she sure has one hell of a pack!

And as if the crazy cat wolf lady vibe wasn’t enough…

The Sims 2 Fun with Pets: Custom female sim werewolf with mod skin
Rawr!

I decided to turn Raven into a werewolf. Her custom skin prevents her from becoming all hairy, but she can still howl and do other werewolf-y things just fine.

The next thing I did was to take her out to town and see if she’d have better luck socializing with people downtown…but I think I’ll save that for another post!

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