Welcome back! We’re onto part 2 of day 2 now, and Rowan has a group date with the remaining 4 girls.
I thought it would be a good idea to take them to the Onsen Bathhouse in Mount Komorebi. Unfortunately, the instant they got into this hot spring, the water turned all gross and dirty.
I cheated to make the water instantly clean again though, much better.
Rowan: I’m sitting next to 4 cute girls in swimwear. Did I die and go to heaven?
Britta: He is so hot.
Melissa: Isn’t he just? And, unlike you, I get to sit right next to him. Must mean he prefers me.
Britta: Don’t flatter yourself, you –
Rowan: *Interrupts* Anyway, how are you all liking the hot spring?
Rhianna: Honestly the water’s pretty gross. If only I knew the scrubberoo spell.
(does this spell work on hot springs? I don’t know)
Britta: She’s right… It’s super icky.
Rowan: Really? Looks clean to me.
Even though I cheated to clean the water, they all got an uncomfortable moodlet due to the ‘dirty’ water. Ingrates.
Jane: They’re right, for our ‘date’ you’ve taken us to stew in a putrid pool of stinking rancid water! Either you’re a disgusting slob who enjoys being filthy, or this is your way of telling us that you prefer the other four girls!
Rowan: Um… False dichotomy?
Rowan: A false dichotomy means that…
Jane: Now you’re patronising me, are you? Wow.
Jane did autonomously yell at Rowan. I think it must have been her erratic trait.
Well, that could have gone better.
Rowan: It’s ok creator, I’ll make up for it now by charming them with my witty conversation.
I think I forgot to mention last time, but both group dates worked the same way: one group conversation which I started by having Rowan ask each girl about her day, then left them for 1 hour to continue the conversation autonomously. Then, a solo conversation with each girl which I started with one ‘get to know’ and then left them for 30mins to talk autonomously. Boring, but fair.
Jane is up next and Rowan is keen to make amends.
Rowan: Look, about the hot spring, I’m really sorry. I didn’t plan this date and I don’t enjoy being dirty either – not that kind of dirty anyway.
Jane: It’s ok. I have to admit that I can behave a bit erratically sometimes. It could be because I spent a lot of time alone growing up – so, my social skills can be a little off.
Rowan: Don’t worry about it. My sister and grandmother also have the erratic trait, so I understand.
Rowan: Hey, want to hear a joke?
Rowan: Two bats are hanging upside down together. The first bat asks the second bat “What was the worst day of your life?”. What does the second bat reply?
Jane: I don’t know.
Rowan: “The day I had diarrhoea”.
Jane: Ugh, that’s so gross! I take it back, you are disgusting after all.
Rowan autonomously told Jane a ‘gross’ joke. She didn’t take it well. I thought you said you were going to charm the ladies with your witty conversation, Rowan?
Rowan: I’m sorry again about how dirty the hot spring was.
For the last time, it wasn’t dirty at all! I cleaned it!
Britta: Oh that’s ok, getting to see you without a shirt more than makes up for it.
Rowan: So, why don’t you tell me a bit about what’s important to you in life.
Britta: Well, first would be my dog, Peanut…
Rowan: You have a dog? I love dogs!
Britta: Yes, he’s small, white, fluffy, a bit lazy but smart and very friendly. He’s a good boy.
Rowan: And if we get married, Peanut comes with you, right?
Britta: Of course.
Rowan: I think we have a winner.
*Bangs head on desk* No Rowan, you can’t pick, a girl only on the basis that she has a dog.
I just noticed Rhianna’s tattoo! So cool.
Rowan: I love your back tattoo. It’s pretty badass.
Rhianna: Thank you, I think so. I like to stand out.
Rowan: Is it magic? Can you really fly with those wings?
Rhianna: Haha no. It’s just a regular tattoo with good old fashioned ink. Although I’m a spellcaster, I’ve never been particularly interested in my powers, so I’m not that involved with the magical world.
Rowan: Maybe if we got together, you could get a tattoo for me – my name perhaps?
What’s wrong with your face, Rowan?
Rowan: I’m winking.
Really? Because it looks as though you just dislocated your eye – if that’s even possible.
Rhianna: Or you could get inked for me – if you have a high enough pain threshold.
Rowan: Does it hurt?
Rhianna: It’s not too bad. Although at one point, the dude managed to hit my backbone with the needle.
Yes Rhianna got more pictures. No she didn’t get more time. I just wanted to show her tattoo and Rowan’s ‘wink’.
At last we have the final girl, Melissa, who is staring longingly at Rowan – no, scratch that, she’s gazing at the toilets. I’m mean, so I made her hang on.
The other girls’ needs were also tanking, so I sent them home (I think Jane is a bit behind Britta and Rhianna so didn’t get into this screenshot).
Britta: What do you think they’re talking about?
Rhianna: Shh! I’m trying to listen!
And this ghost randomly turned up too. What would a ghost be doing in a bathhouse?
Ghost: I come here every night to fuck with the hot spring.
Oh so it’s your fault it got dirty so easily, is it? A haunted hot spring, I should’ve guessed.
Rowan: I can’t help but get the feeling that there’s more to you than meets the eye.
Melissa: You have good intuition then. I’m an alien.
Rowan: No way, that’s awesome! I’ve never met an alien before. But I thought aliens were always blue or green or something.
Melissa: They are. But, I guess I’m just special.
Rowan: So, what’s it like on Sixam?
Melissa: I’ve actually never been. My Mum was abducted by aliens as a teenager and, well, I was born as a result.
Rowan: That’s interesting, I heard that aliens only impregnated male sims. I guess that means I wouldn’t have to be the one to get pregnant if we were married, right?
If Melissa wins I might steal Pammiechick’s idea from her ISBI and knock Rowan up 😛
After the second date was over, I let Rowan go back to his apartment in San Myshuno and fill his needs a bit. Clemmie called while he was making dinner.
Rowan: Hi sis. Yes, I’ve got to eliminate one of the girls this evening. Yes they are all very beautiful. No you don’t get to meet them yet. And no, I don’t need great grandad Atlas’ advice – I’ve already made up my mind about who to send home.
And the moment to send the first person home has come. Rowan arrives at the bachelor mansion…
… And knocks on the door.
Rowan: You’re not doing a good job of making this dramatic.
Well that’s where you’re wrong because I’m leaving this on a cliff hanger! Find out who is the first to go home next chapter. Mwahahaha 😛