Welcome To Happily Ever After

Mature Content Ahead!

There will be bad language, likely emotional distress and adult situations in store thorough the following chapters.   I will give warning at the top of the post entry, but I’m not going to censor anything.  Read at your own risk!

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This Sims 4 Legacy SimLit had its beginnings in the fair city of San Myshuno, in which the family founder, with all her sarcastic wit and humor, in finding herself knocked up got a new job along with a new home, and found love ( although not necessarily in that order) in the big city.  And although she has since left the city for greener pastures; the trials and tribulations await, and for those who come after.

The title I chose, “Happily Ever After” is a bit tongue in cheek.  Obviously, city-raised Ariadne was a bit bitter about the fairy tales her grandmother told her as a child.  But those are stories for children.  This is “Real Life” and that’s not how it works.  There’ll be no fairy godmother or a magic wand to save the de la Estrellas from whatever mistakes they make, each one of them is going to have to get themselves out of a jam (alone, or together) but in the process, maybe they will all find their Happy Ever Afters.

I enjoy feedback and comments, and would love to have people follow along the story.  I promise I won’t bite.


The following Rules of Succession will be observed:

First Born: The oldest, by order of joining the family, eligible living child is named heir.

Xenophobic – Heirs cannot be a different species from the founder (since I don’t play aliens very much … this should be a piece of cake)

Strict Equality: The founder may be of either gender. However, only children of the opposite gender to the heir that precedes them are eligible to be named heir.

Traditional: Children who are naturally born from the previous generation are eligible to be named heir. Adopted children are ineligible to be named heir unless there are no naturally born children, at which point they become eligible for that generation.