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Good mercy... Anyway, the Starblooms are still in Victorian England, looking for the mysterious book that holds all of Edgar's dastardly deeds and dark secrets. Last time, their lot was haunted by a lot of monsters that made life ghastly. They turned out to be summoned by the gravestone of Imogen the Ingenue, which turned out to not be her actual grave. Someone is clearly trying to scare the Starblooms away. They've also been getting creepy phone calls, despite having the only phone in existance.

Aamilei and Andrina both grew up to teenagers. Their Victorian innocense was shattered, when Nernia insisted they should be given The Talk. Aami took her aggro out on the monsters in the garden. Elvira Crane, sister of the late Imogen, asked Aylatani to look after her daughter, Virginia, who's being targeted by evil forces. Phil and Aylatani both got their Perma-Plat, and Phil started inventing the car with help from Buck. William moved in, which made Riana very happy.

This chapter features a whole slew of Sims belonging to [livejournal.com profile] alittlestrange.

Narrator? Are you ready?

The Victorian expedition comes to its unexpected conclusion. )
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Wow, we're really getting up in the generations here. :) I don't know how many have had time to read 5.4 yet, since it was posted pretty late last night, but I'm including a summary of it for the benefit of future readers. It's under the cut, for spoilerz.

I would duct-tape a cushion to your forehead, if I were you. )
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Hi there! Is everyone having a tolerable holiday season? Before you start reading this particular update, I need to give a little warning: It contains mention of pretty serious child abuse, and not in a sensitive manner. There's also medical details of pregnancy and childbirth, as well as the regularly scheduled bastardness and failure to be a decent human.

"Duckman Junior" is played by the one and only Beau Duckling, belonging to [livejournal.com profile] alittlestrange.

For the record, “Draco in Leather Pants” is a trope that refers to turning a villain into a sympathetic character, excusing their behaviour, and letting them become an object of desire to the protagonist. It's named after Draco Malfoy, who's the character most predisposed to this, and the leather pants he wore in My Immortal.

He's wearing a leather vest here, at least. )
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Merry Christmas, my deranged fans! Narrator is showing signs of waking up from her holiday-induced food-and-cartoons coma, with a new tragic chapter of Starbloomingness to share. Or... maybe it won't be so tragic, since the last chapter ended with Dumbledore turning out to be real after all. Anyway, it's 5.1. A new generation has taken over.

Read more about what happened last time, and what happened NEXT. )

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