This time, Sara headed off to Champs Les Sims, accompanied by her big sister Maria.
Sara had a high school opportunity to interview a Champs Les Sims local, so I got that out of the way first.
Her first proper quest was to investigate the a forgotten burial ground just outside of town.
It’s always worth mourning at any headstones you see: you never know what secrets you’ll uncover.
Maria met some locals. She was very excited to discover that she and Manon Godard share three traits: brave, athletic, and handy.
Sara tasted her first nectar. She seem to enjoy it…
…until a couple of hours later.
Her next adventure took her to Chateau de Langraab. This is big tomb, and we’ll be returning to it several times, so for now I decided just to get in, retrieve the required quest item, and get out. It should have been easy and painless to accomplish, and would have been if I’d paid more attention to the floor.
I decided Sara needed a break from tomb exploration, so accepted a series of quests focused upon harvesting fruits, making nectar, and cooking meals.
Maria, meanwhile, was still hanging out at Manon’s house, falling in love.
I dragged her away to buy some recipe and fishing books from the market, but not before she had upgraded Manon’s oven to thank her for letting her stay so long.
The girls traveled back to Sunset Valley, where Elisa had just discovered she was pregnant.
She went to say hello to Clark and Kristjana’s new baby boy, Jamison. He has his mum’s blonde hair.
Grady cooked a lunch of egg rolls and falafel to celebrate Elisa’s pregnancy and to welcome his daughters back home.
But just as they were clearing away the plates, he started to pass away!
He really didn’t want to go.
Breda took her dad’s death very hard.