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Not many pics with this update, sorry, but the ones towards the bottom might offend.

The day after Richard’s wedding in autumn, Peter died.


He had long before reached the top of the medical career as chief of staff and was 73 when death came for him. Naturally, Sarah was most upset.

Meanwhile, Charlotte had had her baby – another girl she called Daisy (and another cringe from Jeremy when he heard).  Jeremy was enjoying his bachelor life in his one-bedroomed pad with swimming pool and party room and could freely invite his girlfriends around.



No guilt or conscience about his wife or kids at all.

One of the last updates included the marriage of Petra Lillard to Ren Noir.  They lived in an apartment in Bluewater.  Petra became pregnant but would often neglect to eat, with the result that she starved to death.  Ren moved out of the apartment and visited his friend, Raymond Arends nearby who had a genie lamp.  Ren used one of the wishes to resurrect Petra.

Petra was successfully resurrected, still heavily pregnant, but she had no memory of Ren and they were no longer married, although attracted to one another.  Instead of returning to the apartment, Ren decided to check out an abandoned house overlooking the sea.  However, it was not abandoned, but inhabited by an immortal.  Immortals are not known for their morals (one of them having slept with a Champignon, given birth, and slept with that child as an adult (her own son)).

This particular immortal, Gina, was actually delighted to have some company in the form of the attractive Ren, but was not keen on his pregnant partner.  The house was small, so she offered to build an additional room for Petra, who, tired and confused, entered and lay down. Gina locked the room but left food for Petra until her time came.

Ren seemed totally oblivious to Petra’s absence and flirted with Gina who he was very attracted to.  He went off to work on the day that Petra gave birth. Petra delivered twin girls which Gina took away and idly named Seaview and Amnesia.

And now the truly horrifying part. Gina took Seaview to test out her new barbecue.





It was her first (and only) taste of roast baby.  Gina duly put the other baby, Amnesia, in a cot, ready for Ren who had no idea that Petra had given birth to twins.

Petra, meanwhile had been living in the roofless and grass-floored room (and got struck by lightning), and didn’t get to see her babies again.  Before Gina set fire to the room with Petra in it, she gave Petra one last meal.


The family are thankfully ignorant of the horrifying circumstances.


Nothing much is happening at the Lillard mansion.

Peter’s sister, Alexandra, died at the age of 65.  She had reached the top of her law career and was about to retire.

Her husband, Kevin Arends, came home after work to find her gone.


Alexandra’s son, Samuel, was also, naturally, upset.


Meanwhile, Peter’s son-in-law, Jeremy Frankston, was seeing Chantilly Coleman on the sly.


That doesn’t bode well.



While her husband and father-in-law were at work, Claire wandered round the house and found a brass lamp lying in a corner.  It looked a little dull so she rubbed it, and to her astonishment a genie appeared.  He told her she had three wishes.  She was just thinking what she might want when she went into labour.


The genie was getting a bit tired of waiting.


Sebastien arrived home and saw baby and impatient genie.  “She just had a baby, dude!”


Claire handed the little boy to Sebastien and asked the genie for peace of mind before dismissing him.  Sebastien waited patiently.  “Come on, is it a girl or boy?”

“A boy” Claire smiled.  “I wondered whether to call him Rene or Xavier.”  “I like Xavier” said Sebastien.

So Xavier it was.


A pretty contented baby.


Cheverny was very happy to have a grandson.


That wasn’t to be Cheverny’s only grandchild.

Chantal continued to see Amir Diwan when Arturo wasn’t around.


But by then she’d already gotten pregnant.


She was alone when she went into labour.


She had a little girl she called Chantilly.  Unfortunately for Arturo, it wasn’t his.


She called Andy Arends and gave him the news.  Andy came round to see his new daughter.  (Andy is a cousin to the other Arends previously mentioned.)


He doesn’t seem sure what to do with it.  Change the nappy perhaps?

Andy was still there when Arturo got home.  He wasn’t best pleased and slapped his wife.


Chantal slapped him back, calling him a loser.


Andy left discreetly, leaving them to it.  Chantal stormed upstairs, leaving Arturo alone outside.


His life was a mess.  He’d lost his dream job and his new wife had been sleeping around.  The baby he’d looked forward to wasn’t even his.

The next evening it was Chantal who told Arturo she wanted a divorce.


She was sick of living in a small, barely-furnished house with an unemployed husband.  Arturo, dismayed, left in shock.  However, Chantal moved out anyway.  She hated the house.

Arturo wanted to remain there but had to buy the house back.  He had so little money left after he moved that he couldn’t afford to eat, and died of starvation.

Andy lived in Bluewater village with his old uni friend, Max Champagne.  Max had just invited his girlfriend to move in.  He knew that Andy had always loved Chantal and had been heartbroken when she married Arturo.  He had advised Andy to find someone else but Andy lived in hope and had continued to see Chantal (as we now know).   Nevertheless, Max waited until Andy was out before proposing to his townie girlfriend, Genesis.


Andy came home with the news that Chantal and Arturo had split up.  Chantal had told him that she wanted to live with him.  Andy was worried about the house being big enough.  “No worries, Genesis and I are going to move in with my parents and get married.”  They congratulated each other.


Max and Genesis left and Chantal arrived with their daughter soon after.  However, she didn’t want to stay in that house.  “Come with me”.  She took Andy by the hand and out the back door and pointed.  “See that house down there?”  “The one with the helicopter?”  “Yes.  Let’s move there.  It’s fully furnished.”  Andy laughed nervously.  “We can’t afford that.”  Chantal smiled.  “My dad will give me the balance we need.”  So, to Andy’s astonishment they ended up in a cool house overlooking the sea.  How his life had turned around!


He was so thrilled he proposed to Chantal after they returned from a celebratory meal at the Restaurant d’Amour.


Neither of them particularly wanted a formal wedding.  Chantal had done that and the marriage hadn’t lasted.  Andy didn’t think his parents would mind as long as he was happy.

So they married at the back of the house overlooking the sea.  It was perfect.




News of Arturo’s death didn’t bother Chantal at all.



Just a brief addition about other twins of the Champignon family that also got married.

Robert Champignon bears a striking resemblance to his ancestor, Francois (the founder of the separate branch).


He married a student he met called Kalya.  The wedding was notable for no-one paying the slightest attention to the ceremony.



Robert’s twin sister, Francina, married a foreign student she met at uni – Amir Diwan.



They got more attention, from some anyway.


The Moroccan-style house in Bluewater needs some landscaping in the back yard.


Distant cousins, Cheverny and Sebastien were present.

Robert was not impressed when he subsequently saw his new brother-in-law on a date with Sebastien’s twin sister, Chantal!


Maybe Chantal was looking further afield after her husband, Arturo, was fired from his job.


A branch of the Champignon family is the Champagne family.  As nothing much has been happening in the three main families, I include their story here. Vasilia, married to Gauthier Champagne (and daughter of a DeMarr woman), had had an affair with the infamous Adam Mountebank.  Gauthier (whose sister, incidentally, is married to Cheverny Champignon) found out.

He was not happy.  He had his suspicions about his wife’s new pregnancy, but it wasn’t until the baby was born, that they were confirmed.

It was humilating for him that his parents also discovered the new grandson was not theirs. He had a discussion with Vasilia.  He gave her three options: put the baby up for adoption (which endangered the other children); leave with the baby and never have contact with their other children; or that Gauthier would overlook this flirtation if he took the baby to its father.  Vasilia begged for him to let the baby stay.

She lost the argument.

Gauthier took the baby away.

He delivered it on a snowy night, abandoning it to its fate.

Amazingly, a nanny was passing and took the child inside.

Gauthier’s father, Chenet, died soon after, so it was not a happy time.

The twins mourned his loss.

Gauthier had allowed Vasilia to stay if she forgot about her son and did not cheat on him again.  Stay tuned.

I hadn’t played for a long time and only recently started playing Veronaville again, but had some pictures waiting.  As these were taken some time ago, I can’t remember many of the circumstances.  So this is basically a collection of pictures taken up until I started re-playing.  I left off with Chantal being ignored.  Things continued on that way pretty much.  Even her twin brother didn’t care about her

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Sebastien got all the attention.

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while Chantal got teased…


However, the twins soon grew up.





There was a bit of infidelity in the household.  Romain was into his daughter-in-law, dirty old man…



Felice found out, naturally.


He tried to apologise…


but she pretty much ignored him after that.


Lafitte also had an encounter with idol James Champignon…




Nothing further seems to have eventuated from this little flirtation.  Lafitte did wonder if her husband knew about her affairs.


Temptation in the house was taken away from Lafitte when Romain died, age 77.


There was some mourning.



Sebastien thought of his memories of his grandfather.



Shortly after Romain’s death, Lafitte had a makeover.  Who knows what brought it on.  Perhaps she thought it was time to be serious.


The quality of these pictures isn’t the best.  They’ve been hanging around for months waiting for something to be done with them.  Updates should be more frequent for a time.

[Just as an aside, I hate the new WordPress editor.]

You may remember Beatrice had had an affair with ex-boyfriend Remy.  Last time we saw her she was pregnant.

Beatrice had the baby, another girl, and called her Carine.

Just by looking at Carine, Beatrice could tell the father was not Marc.

Marc came to that same realisation.

Marc refused to speak to Beatrice.

Beatrice was afraid.  She wasn’t sure if he knew or just suspected.

He couldn’t bear to see the evidence of his wife’s infidelity.   He asked Beatrice either to give up the baby,

or leave.

There was no way Beatrice was going to give up her daughter (her half brother had gone to the Landchild Home and died there), so she left, her older daughters farewelling her.

The baby was with her in the taxi.

Beatrice headed back home to her father’s place,

and wondered what her father would say.  Antonio accepted her back gladly and he and his wife were happy to have a baby in the house.  Antonio advised his daughter on her legal rights.

Beatrice rang Remy to let him know he had a daughter and she was now separated from Marc.

Meanwhile, Carine was well looked after.

At times Beatrice felt lonely.  She knew Remy wouldn’t leave his wife.

Marc, meanwhile, was coming to terms with everything.

He paid more attention to his daughters.

Isabelle would soon become a teenager.

I did say I wasn’t going to blog about them, but oh well.

Olivier was happy because 3 kids had graduated.  Veronique’s LTW was to have 6 grandchildren.  So far she only had 3: Yvette  had twins – Elsa and Matt.  Remy had a boy, Chenet.  But Veronique was nearing the end of her life.  So all the remaining kids got to and had some babies.  Recently married Simone got pregnant and had a daughter, Aramis.  Helene, married to Stieg, had a girl, Jutta.  Even the neglected Cuvee had married Anders and had a child, Xander.

They lived downtown and were not the cleanest of tenants.  In fact neighbours complained about the smell.

Now it was left to Arthur’s wife to have a child.

A girl, Olivia, named after her grandfather….


Cate.  Twins!  Veronique’s LTW was achieved with 7 grandchildren.

Sadly (or  not), Olivier died soon after at age 69.  He was not mourned by many.  The last of Artois’ children was finally dead.

You may remember Beatrice was seen downtown with Remy.  Marc was rather depressed.  Perhaps he felt something was amiss.

His younger daughter grew to school age.

Not very happily…  she has since been seen at several other houses having a tantrum.

Remy was stupid enough to visit Beatrice while Marc was home.

Perhaps they thought Marc was asleep…

Caught out!  Marc was not happy.

Beatrice appears to be pregnant again.  I don’t think it’s Remy’s but… we’ll soon find out.

Marc’s ‘dutiful’ wife, Beatrice, mother to his not-so-pretty daughters, went on a date with none other than her former boyfriend, Remy.

She met him at the Crypt’O Nightclub and had dinner there.

They were observed by Sven Larsson (son of the late Celestine).

Creepily, he followed them outside.

Jealousy?  He’s not friends with either of their partners.  He was still there when they got in the car.

Beatrice tried to act as if nothing had happened when she got home but felt rather guilty under Marc’s intent gaze.

Portia and Simon still hang around Alicia’s apartment.  They just get in the way, having fights and abandoning the toddler.

Portia is not  happy with the continuing affair right under her nose.

At one point they were all outside the apartment building, leaving baby Samantha all alone.

The situation won’t be resolved until Alicia moves out.  She wants Simon  either to move in with her or for her to move into his place.  Simon’s rather afraid of his father-in-law, Andrejz, who is very much alive and on his daughter’s side.  Simon doesn’t want to leave the house and all the money.  Seems nothing will change until Andrejz is dead and Simon can toss Portia out, but he’s got a while yet to live.

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