When the first seven of the Horde of Nine aged to teen, I decided to move them to their own lot, mostly because I wanted to be able to focus on them separately as well as focus on their younger siblings, to get to know them. I couldn’t do all of that with all of them plus the progenitors plus the younger kids all on one lot, as that meant that there were almost 30 Sims on the lot. So off they went. And when they got to their new spot, they were randomly assigned all of their other characteristics other than their aspirations (which were also randomly-assigned). Most of that info is on the pics above for each of the first seven to move to the new lot. They’re in birth order.
The only thing not on their pics is their gender preference. I decided that, since I’ve got a good number of kids in the first born-in generation, I could afford to allow all preferences, not just straight as with the progenitors. (Because they, of course, needed to breed. A lot. :) ) Preferences were rolled randomly, with a 20%/60%/20% chance of being gay/straight/bi, respectively, which is the distribution I always use. Among these seven, all are straight except Eli, who rolled as bi. Which I’m sure still means that he’ll be breeding given that, among his 8 age-mates, six are female. Plus, Bradley’s his half-brother, so he’s not a possibility, anyway. :) (So’s Nora, for that matter, since she has the same pollinator, too.) I imagine Rafael would rebuff him, since he’s straight. But maybe not! Who knows?
“When the day becomes the night, and the sky becomes the sea. When the clock strikes heavy, and there’s no time for tea, and in our darkest hour before my final rhyme, she will come back home to wonderland, and turn back the hands of time.” -
Alice Through the Looking Glass x
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