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The Bloomer Legacy: 4.13 The Last Time I Played the Piano (Part 1)

September 29, 2015 The Plumbob 13 Comments

Cassiel looked around her mansion. So much had been taken away from her over the years, and yet she’d always rise from the ashes, time and time again. The home surrounding her was proof of it.

Now she finally had some peace and quiet. Perhaps a bit too much peace and quiet. But that was about to change soon.

(Note: Cassiel’s home was not created by me, it is one of the Twin Townhouses built by the amazing Deligracy.)

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For now, she had some company in her thoughts. Not a day would go by without her thinking about Baato. As she grew older, sometimes she’d talk to the ghost of his memory, however faint it was. Some days, she could almost convince herself he had never left. Almost.

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And she also had a companion in her trusty cow plant Rodney. He had been with her for quite a few years, grown from one of the seeds Baato had left behind.

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For the most part, though, Cassiel occupied herself with work. She may have had a picture of her daughter that she got from the employee database in her office, but it was not sentimental, she’d tell herself. It was just a reminder.

A reminder of what exactly, though? They did not share a lot of past, and the girl made it clear that she did not wish to share any future with Cassiel either. A reminder that her genes have been carried over to another being?

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If that was the case, the future held something even more promising for Cassiel. She’d made Chell Bloomer her protégé for foolish emotional reasons, but it proved a good decision nonetheless. Chell became an invaluable employee at the lab, and the first one to create a cloning machine.

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Chell: “Well, what do you think, Angel?”

Cassiel: “It looks good. But I’ll restrain myself from further comments until we actually try it out.”

Eagerly, Cassiel stepped on the machine.

Chell: “Are you sure we should start with cloning you straight away? Shouldn’t we test it with something smaller first? A crystal, or a plant, perhaps?”

Cassiel: “Nonsense! Don’t make me regret my decision of making you the lab leader and activate the process!”

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Chell engaged the machine: “This should be a quick and painless process. Let me know if you feel anything unusual and I’ll abort immediately.”

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“Ack!” Cassiel shreaked as the red light blasted around her, “Is this supposed to happen?”

“I don’t think so,” Chell frowned.

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But there she was nonetheless. Cassiel’s clone, her mirror image, her ideal companion.

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Cassiel: “Well, it looks like it worked fine after all! You can go now, Chell.”

Chell: “Are you sure? We should probably run some tests…”

Cassiel: “I think I can take this from here!”

Chell: “Of course!”

Chell left, though she felt something didn’t sit quite right. Then again, she often had that feeling around her boss. It was just another day in the office.

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Cassiel geared her clone up in a new outfit, she wanted them to be distinguishable by something, to make it clear who the leader is.

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Still, she was astonished at the similarities they shared.

Cassiel: “Welcome to the world, dear clone. I’m going to call you Devlin. Now, you and I are going to do some astounding feats together…”

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Devlin: “That sounds awesome! I know, let’s go to the park and play on the playground, maybe meet some kids there! And get ice cream, and maybe donate to a charity!”

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Cassiel: “What the plum is wrong with you?!?”

Devlin, as a faulty clone, turned out to be good, childish and outgoing.

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  1. carovnamaruska
    September 29, 2015 - 8:36 pm

    At first I was afraid that another Cassiel is just too much for this world to handle. But good, outgoing and childlish Cassiel? That’s another story!

    • The Plumbob
      September 30, 2015 - 8:45 am

      Haha yes! Once Cassiel is difficult enough already 😀

  2. Jordan
    September 29, 2015 - 10:10 pm

    HAHAHAHAHA. That’s fantastic — “clone” aka total opposite. (I almost feel bad for Cassiel…almost.)

    • The Plumbob
      September 30, 2015 - 8:46 am

      I know, I had no idea that’s how it worked. I’ve seened failed cloning before, but normally the faulty clone comes out evil. Apparently that’s not the case with already evil sims haha. She drove Cassiel crazy.

  3. ARoseInBloom
    October 2, 2015 - 6:01 pm

    Woah!!! I was not expecting that. Clearly, I’ve not played with that career. That was epic. And I’m so glad her clone is fun loving :)

    • The Plumbob
      October 2, 2015 - 7:22 pm

      Oh yeah, clones are fun! I didn’t actually expect it to backfire, but the faulty clone was perfect haha. Poor Cassiel 😀 (side note – you should definitely play the scientist career, it’s really fun, especially on the first playthrough :))

  4. Renée Lenore
    October 12, 2015 - 4:14 am

    Okay, so I’ve read through the past couple of chapters and I’ve loved them all. I will comment more at another time in the future though, because I need to sleep very badly. My eyes are burning and SCREAMING at me to close them. I am not sure I could stay awake any longer if I tried. And besides, I have to wake up in 6.5 hours. :/

    • The Plumbob
      October 12, 2015 - 10:30 am

      Yikes! Don’t worry about it and get some rest, the posts aren’t going anywhere 😀

  5. ninjapigsims
    November 3, 2015 - 2:40 pm

    This was so funny! Of course Cassiel’s clone would have a devil inspired name, but be as good as gold! xD Ah, Devlin. <3

  6. Sunnyshay
    January 2, 2016 - 6:25 pm

    HAAAAAAA! Cassiel’s clone is awesome! And the name choice is perfect.

  7. Jes2G
    March 16, 2016 - 11:14 pm

    LOL

  8. raerei
    April 27, 2016 - 2:04 am

    Hahahahahahahaha. That is perfect!

    • The Plumbob
      April 27, 2016 - 6:18 pm

      Ooh the clone! She was funny :) and Cassiel couldn’t stand her…

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