I posted two new videos to my YouTube yesterday. So, without further ado, here they are.
The next day was a blur. Samantha liked her new toy. She named it Tyler, probably after her mother, although she didn’t know that.
Since there were no Ward breaches, I spent the day taking care of Samantha and preparing for any potential breaches. The next day, however, I got a call from Dampe.
“I’m getting old, kid. I don’t know how much time I have left. You’ll need to take my place.”
“No…You can’t die…” I wasn’t ready to lose my mentor. But it was inevitable.
“You’re ready, kid. I know you can do it.”
That day, there were, unfortunately, some Ward breaches.
I got home early from dealing with the breaches, so I could spend more time with Samantha than I had expected to be able to.
One day later, I was dealing with a breach when I got a call from M.L.L.F. As soon as they referred to me as “High Warden” I knew exactly what the call was about.
Dampe had passed on. I was now the last of the Wardens.
Grief struck me once again. I had now lost two people that were close to me. But I knew that I had to carry on Dampe’s legacy and protect Dragon Valley for the sake of future generations – and for Samantha.
When I got home, I once again found Tyla, and I had something to talk to her about.
“Tyla, right after you died, I got a letter – a love letter – from a woman named Morida.” As soon as I said that name, Tyla’s ghostly face lost what color it had.
“Morida…do you mean Morida O’Connell?”
“Why yes, I do! Do you know her?”
“She’s the one who drove the stake through my heart.” When I heard that, I knew what I had to do. Tyla’s killer would face justice! While I was taking care of Samantha – and while Tyla was still manifested – Morida called and asked if I wanted to go out on a date.
My response was simple. “I don’t date murderers.”
Before Tyla left, I asked her one more question. “If I’m able to bring Morida to trial, will you be there?”
Her answer was, “I’ll do everything I can to make it.”
The next night, Samantha once again grew up while I was dealing with a breach. I felt bad for not being able to be there for her birthday, but with Dampe dead, I was the only one who was able to handle these incidents!
Since her crib and potty chair were no longer needed, I got her some more appropriate furnishings.
It turned out that Samantha was quite the little baker! I wonder where she got that from…
She also seemed to know what she wanted to do in life: be the best singer Dragon Valley had ever seen!
That said, she also seemed interested in chemistry.
I do have to say, though, that she was a little…is “paranoid” the right word?…about the bathroom. She seemed to be shooing someone out of the bathroom before she used it, but there was no one there!
And it was Samantha’s first day of school! I wondered who she would befriend…
While Samantha was at school, I went to M.L.L.F. to find out when and where Dampe’s funeral would be. The M.L.L.F. people said that it would be the next day at the graveyard – the same graveyard that I came to Dragon Valley through!
When Samantha got home from school, she was extremely happy. She told me about all the new friends she had made, and she also seemed to be telling Tyler. I guess she just has an active imagination.
Just like I did when I was in the Dragon Valley school, Samantha immediately started doing her homework. She was telling Tyler all about it.
In the middle of the night, the day before the funeral, a burglar broke into the house! I confronted him, but I wasn’t able to keep him from escaping with my stove and Samantha’s toybox.
I was able to replace the stolen items, and I also bought a burglar alarm. I called the Bronze to report the theft, and they sent someone over.
And I went back to sleep.
The next afternoon, I got a call from M.L.L.F. saying that the funeral would be starting soon and that Samantha and I should get to the graveyard. We, of course, did.
The funeral was a sad event. Dampe was well-liked in all of Dragon Valley, and the entire town had gathered to pay their respects to him. After the funeral, however, when everyone else had left, I sensed something, and so Samantha and I stayed at the graveyard for a little while longer. Samantha asked why we were staying, and I told her that I felt something was wrong.
And something was indeed wrong. There was a Ward breach, and a major one at that! A full-fledged vampire emerged from the catacombs, and once again, I recognized her face. This time, however, that was not good news.
It was Tyla’s mother, Sabriel K’ien’sha – the Queen of the vampires.
I immediately told Samantha to run and get the Order of the Silver – the military.
“But what about you, Daddy?”
“I’ll try to hold the vampire off! Go!” And Samantha ran, leaving me alone with my worst nightmare.
“Ah, so I’ve found you.” These were Sabriel’s first words to me. “Where is my daughter?”
“I’m sorry to say this, but…your daughter was murdered last week.” Where are the Silver…
Sabriel was enraged at this news. Trying to stall for time, I told her, “I did everything I could to protect Tyla, but I couldn’t do enough. And I will bring her killer to justice.”
Sabriel was still extremely angry. I guess she thought I was the killer, as she spat at me, “You couldn’t do enough? You should have gone out and protected her with your life, stupid human!” At that point, Samantha returned with the Silver.
“So you brought the human military…” With the Silver at my back, I pulled out my trusty Banisher and fired it at Sabriel. “This isn’t over!” she shouted as she was pushed out of Dragon Valley.
After all that was done, three of the Silver apprentices – children whose families had given them to the Silver to train – ran to me.
“Wow, that was cool!”
“How did you do that?”
“Teach us how to do that!”
Thinking about what Dampe had said, I told them that I would talk with the Silver. And talk with the Silver I did. I explained that the Wardens had no apprentices, and that these three bright young children had expressed interest in transferring to the Wardens. The Silver agreed to the transfer, as they had plenty of apprentices and they did not want the Wardens to die out, and they told my new apprentices – Mildred O’Reilly, Miles Dolan, and Mimi Murphy-Finnigan – the good news.
Now that I have apprentices, I have to train them if I want the Wardens – and by extension, the town, to survive…
A lot of people think MS Paint is a piece of junk. And honestly, with better art programs available for free, it is. However, it does have its uses, as this video shows.
Originally posted on May 17, 2014. Updated on May 30, 2014.
With a title like this, it can’t be good.
My challenge file is, once again, unplayable due to game glitches. So, here is what I am going to do and what I am not going to do.
- I am NOT going to give up on the Nightmagics.
- I AM going to be working to resurrect the challenge file.
- If this is impossible, I AM going to be doing a time-skip. This will constitute a challenge restart, but there will still be Nightmagics. Again, this will only happen if the challenge file absolutely cannot be resurrected.
- Because of the unplayable file, I am NOT going to be making any regular chapters until the file is resurrected. Bonus chapters, however, are still possible.
So, think of this as somewhat of a hiatus. I will be back, whether it is with the current generation of Nightmagics or a future generation.
UPDATE: I was able to resurrect the challenge file. I’ll be working on chapter 7 soon!
Originally posted on April 10, 2014
This video bonus chapter is in an interview style. Enjoy! -PSDuckie
Originally posted on April 2, 2014
Originally posted on March 26, 2014
In Chapter 6, Tyla’s ghost gave Samantha a toy. That toy is an Imaginary Friend from the Generations EP, and he is going to be part of the storyline. The only problem is that I haven’t thought of a name for him. Thus, I’d like to ask you, my readers, what you think he should be named! Put your suggestions in the comments. Male names only, please.
Poll is closed! The IF is going to be named Tyler! Thank you for your input!
The Nightmagic Legacy – Generation 2 Rolls and Traits
Here are the rolls and traits for Generation 2 of the Nightmagic Legacy.
Family Structure: Couple
Number of Children: ???
Primary Career: Singer
Secondary Career: Acrobat
Generation Goal: 5 Star Celebrity
Miscellaneous Fun: Joker (unused)
Samantha Nightmagic’s traits and Lifetime Wish:
- Cat Person
- Star Quality
Lifetime Wish: Vocal Legend
Tyler Nightmagic’s traits and Lifetime Wish:
- Light Sleeper
- Natural Born Performer
Lifetime Wish: Master Acrobat
Mildred O’Reilly’s traits and Lifetime Wish:
- Heavy Sleeper
Lifetime Wish: The Animal Rescuer
Miles Dolan’s traits and Lifetime Wish:
- Loves the Outdoors
- Easily Impressed
- Loves the Cold
Lifetime Wish: The Zoologist
Mimi Murphy-Finnigan’s traits and Lifetime Wish:
- Loves the Outdoors
- Light Sleeper
Lifetime Wish: Renaissance Sim
Originally posted on March 26, 2014
I spent most of my weekend either with Tyla or building a new room for our incoming child. Sunday evening, she was ready to give birth. Apparently, vampires’ young develop faster than humans’. As I took her to the hospital, I hoped that our child would be human.
When we got to the hospital, Tyla was taken to the maternity ward, where she gave birth to a healthy – and human – baby girl. We named her Samantha.
After Samantha, Tyla, and I all had gone to bed that night, I heard something outside. Looking out the window, I saw some angry-looking people with torches. I let Tyla know about it and was about to call the Order of the Bronze – Dragon Valley’s police force – when Tyla said she’d handle it. She went outside, and sure enough, the people left. But Tyla didn’t come back inside! Thinking something was wrong, I ran outside, only to find her lifeless body on the grass, a wooden stake piercing her chest.
I immediately called the Order of the Bronze and they confirmed what I already knew – that Tyla had been murdered. They were reluctant to even investigate Tyla’s murder, as she was a vampire, but eventually I convinced them to do it. While they worked on investigating the crime, I still had a baby to take care of – and now I had to do it alone.
My time at home was spent taking care of Samantha. I didn’t have much time to do any of the other things I liked doing, such as playing chess. Not that chess made me feel good at the time, since it just reminded me of playing chess with Tyla. I missed her so much.
Although I would have liked to spend all of my time with Samantha, I did still have to work. It was hard finding someone who would watch over Samantha while I was at work, but one of the families I had helped offered to watch over her while I was working.
The next day, I actually sat down at the chess table, but I couldn’t stay there for long before thoughts of Tyla filled my mind.
By the day after that, I had gotten into a routine of working and taking care of Samantha. I opened up the mailbox that morning, expecting to find tax demands. Instead, I found a gift from a woman named Morida. Apparently, she had heard of Tyla’s death and wanted to get together with me. Unfortunately for her, I wasn’t interested in her; I would never love another.
And the routine continued. But when I got home from work, I was in for a surprise: Samantha had grown into a toddler! Apparently she had some vampire blood in her after all; a pure human would not have grown this quickly. I immediately bought a high chair and potty chair, and just in time, too!
I also started teaching Samantha to walk…
…and to use the toilet.
That night, I had trouble getting to sleep. I felt like something was wrong, and so I decided to check around the house. It was when I checked in the kitchen that I saw a ghost. I had seen ghosts in other people’s houses before – after all, part of my job was to get them out – but never in my own house. And something about this one looked familiar. Then I looked at the ghost’s face, and everything became clear.
The ghost was Tyla!
Tyla let me know that, even though her vampire body had died, her spirit would always love me and would always be there for Samantha. She also gave me a toy to give to Samantha. Then she left, explaining that she couldn’t stay in the mortal world for very long in her current state. But still, I got to see her again!
After Samantha learned to walk, the next thing was teaching her to talk.
She excelled in that, just as she did in walking. I’m more and more proud of her every day!