Snordwich Chronicles, LXXIII: Spring Flowers

They set up Margery’s old crib up for Alys to sleep in. Jaclyn and Hugh lay down their beds in the front room, close by the hearth.

Walter’s sisters are gone well before dawn the following morning. His mother is up next to stew the beef.

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Snordwich Chronicles, LXXII: Something Borrowed

Everyone comes out to watch when the noble folk ride away. Some of the grown ups mutter amongst themselves. It is never good for the village for his lordship’s entire household to be from home.

For at least one person, though, the bad news is softened by good. Tephna will at last be able to marry her sweetheart Ralf, who has been placed on leave until the winter.

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Skills Legacy Gameplay, Part 14

While Carter was working his way through the first couple of tournament ranks, he had rolled a wish to kiss someone for the first time, which makes sense, since he’s a family-orientated hopeless romantic.

With his friends Ho Sung and Jeramy, I sent him to a fusion lounge I’ve been building. Perhaps he might be able meet someone special there.

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Skills Legacy Gameplay, Part 12

I’m a little embarrassed to admit that it’s been about a year and a half since I last updated this legacy! I’ve just been really tired, and not feeling inspired to finish up the builds I needed to proceed with this save file.

Anyway, it’s back now, and I apologise for the delay. I’ll try to keep a better balance from now on between this legacy, my Snordwich Chronicles, my Barnacle Bay builds, and other miscellaneous uploads.

And now for a quick refresher, since it’s been so long: in each generation of this legacy, I have my heir explore three skills, and only these three. I try to do most of the opportunities and skill challenges, except where they’re buggy or really boring, and/or I’ve already been through them in my EP Legacy.

I change world every two generations. We’re currently on generation three, and all set to move to Shang Simla, after two generations spent into Riverview.

This is our current heir, Carter Simovitch-Grisby. His traits are disciplined, photographer’s eye, adventurous, no sense of humour, family-orientated, hopeless romantic, and social butterfly.

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