Build Newcrest: Chapter 2.10

Angie here… again… with some… news.


I think I’m pregnant. The test I took said positive but, you know, sometimes these things are wrong. And yet… I’ve been googling symptoms and I have them ALL.
I mean, I’m still hot so there’s that BUT everything else is happening to me.

I figured I should tell Corey right away.


I called him and invited him over but when he got here I just couldn’t do it.


We just made out for a while instead. I’ll tell him eventually.

For the mean time I’ve started observing my brother with his kids (and niece, Joclyn). What sort of mom would I be?

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After much consideration (and several months) I decided to tell him. He was actually really excited. Maybe this will all be OK…


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Amira taking over again. With Angie’s suddenΒ future plans, she decided that she and Corey would move into one of the neighboring houses to prepare for their upcoming birth. This was a great idea because my time was coming up pretty soon, too.


We were surprised again by another set of twins: one boy and one girl. Seiji (refined second son) and Miyako (beautiful night child).


Ichiro and Kazue were thrilled. They felt that a set of double twins meant our family was extra lucky. August and I are on the other side of that coin, however…


We’re a little bummed we won’t be able to call the twins “the twins” anymore because, well, how will we differentiate between the two sets? Twins 1 and Twins 2? Twin 1, 2, 3, and 4? There’s no solving this problem. Guess we have to use their names. (I’m joking, obviously, but August is too amused by this).


I’m hoping I’ll be done with babies for a while now. Maybe I can take up some new hobbies once they’re children. Maybe yoga!


And then… pretty soon my first babies will be teenagers. I don’t think I’m ready for that…


I wish they would all stay small forever.

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AN: SPOILERS! A peek into their future, these new twins are going to be little heartbreakers.


LOOK AT THEIR LITTLE FACES! (Plus the first set for good measure.)


  1. Aww! Congratulations to the entire family! I can’t believe Angie’s expecting – I still see her as a young kid for some reason! xD

    Also, the game’s genetics engine is doing good work! Each set of twins really look quite identical to each other in face shape and structure!

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    1. Gen 2 of this challenge is a little boring, to be honest! There isn’t much to do and it’s more like a normal legacy (even though I like that!) I think the next time I play the new twins will age up to teens so maybe I’ll switch to their POVs.
      Another (less favorable) option is to skip ahead to where August finishes his aspiration but then we don’t get any personality for Gen 3! X_X

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      1. What do you have to do for this generation? Is it just building the lower class houses in the neighbourhood?

        Oh I wouldn’t mind you moving on to Gen 3 with the latest set of twins! πŸ™‚ They’re bound to be a lot of fun.

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        1. I had to double check the rules but you have to build the lower hood and also complete your aspiration. The asp for this gen is big happy fam so he needs 4 grandkids? Yikes. Also, I don’t have enough houses to move them into the lower hood since there are four of them! X_X That also means I have to move out Eddie and Angie. Not for a bit, though… Why did they all have to be twins? lol!!!

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            1. I thought about that BUT they have to be under a certain price! Restrictions… I think one of them will just have to move away to Windenberg (like Angie and Eddie will do, ha!)

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  2. They are such cuties and I agree with Ninja .. Maybe try an apartment … I have a great friend who made a fab apartment .. her origin ID is gothkittymimi πŸ™‚ and the build is called companions .. I have played it before and love it. I will try to share a pic of it with you in forum if you would like πŸ™‚

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