Catherine Clark

*Blood and Violence! Sick ass Zombie sims! * Catherine Clark could feel something in this new place. It wasn’t inside of the new house, it was outside by the waters, it was in the trees that were already planted and growing fruit, it was in the big rocks and cliffs she could see everywhere. She…

A Train Ride

Its a cold night when they finally came to a stop. It is unfamiliar land to Baby Girl and Arthur L. Lee but they had grown used to being unfamiliar. Aunt Em told them to get rest, they would talk the next night. They found the W.C. Station Hotel to be warm and cozy, and…

Flee

The Palace Inland Train line was dusty and dark but glamorous. But that’s how Baby Girl would describe every place she had ever stepped foot into, that’s how she would describe her Aunt Em. She was eavesdropping – she was always eavesdropping – and put together that the Knights of Consequence were hunting vampires, and…

The Knights of Consequence

Warning – I’m a twisted weirdo and I write a violent sims blog! Please practice self care. Captain Clarke’s head was still spinning as he began to crawl, his eyes blinded and dark. He blinked and whimpered and squirmed like a worm until he found a door. He opened it and ran towards the bright…

The Burghard Requiem

Catherine Burghard wasn’t even born when she became the main argument against the Divine Bloodline. The Kingdom was frightened by the Vampire Queen’s age, it was confusing for them. The family grew to feel unsafe. Poor baby Catherine was housed in the tower with no entry. Sylvia had the ability to fly up there to…

The Young Queen has a friend

Queen Eudocia does not lose her composure when it’s decided that she is too young to rule on her own. She does not disagree or make any kind of face when her Uncle comes to assist her. King Maat is the first King the Two Kingdoms has ever had. But he is aging, and so…

The first Royal Wedding

Princess Sahur Khufu was the great grand daughter of the great Queen H’Utu, and she followed in the political steps of this great relative. She was the First Princess and she was beloved by everyone in the Great Land of Sands. She was well educated – her mother was Wawa Hunter who wrote many of…

The Rise of the Queen

Utu the Great Hunter was mourning her daughter, Gah the Singer of Songs, and the Speaker of Words, and had an entire temple built to house her remains. The Tomb of Gah-Gah was a quiet and respectable place to lay the family remains. The great village Ka-Ru-Ma-Ma that Utu and her fellow tribal family built,…