Bella Goth is a minor character in the StrangeTown Monty (STM) Machinima Series. Unlike in many other Sims stories, where members of the Goth family are often the focus, STM Bella remains on the sidelines of her minor plot.
One day, a mysterious woman in a red dress appeared near Strangetown, being unable to remember much of her past life, including her own name. She was given shelter in the shack belonging to Ajay Loner and Erin Beaker, located a short distance outside Strangetown. They tried to help her regain her lost memories, but have been quite unsuccessful. As they have yet to find out her true name, Loner and Erin call her "Jane Doe" for the time being.
A visit to the Smith family helped Bella / Jane retrieve some fragments of her past memories, but they can't be pieced together in a meaningful way. In fact, these partially-recovered memories may have also confused Bella / Jane, as she now dresses differently, and has been rather uncommunicative. For now, Bella / Jane seems to be a dead end for Loner and Erin, who have decided to help other people in the meantime.
This scenario is referred to as the "Bella Goth Case" (or the "Jane Doe Case", as Loner & Erin would call it), a task officially assigned to Ajay Loner, which he cannot afford to fail. The focus of this minor plot is not on Bella's personal story, but on how Loner and Erin handle this case.
The author is neutral towards the Goth family, as he considers the Goths to be the opiate of the Sims masses, and has always preferred other sims to them. He includes Bella in the show only because of the existence of "Strangetown Bella". But the Bella in STM is the "Pleasantview Bella", as that is the only Bella around in the megahood used to film STM, which is fortunate since the author finds her more attractive than the "Strangetown Bella".
After all, the show is not called "Strangetown Goth". In the early days of the show, people were googling for "Strangetown MoRty", possibly thinking that the show was about Mortimer Goth going to Strangetown to look for Bella. Goth-centricism is not a trait of Hyde's Sims Universes.
The author wishes for more fanon, be it screenshot stories or machinima, to focus strongly on the "Underdog" premade characters of other neighborhoods (especially Strangetown and Veronaville), instead of the "Overlords" in Pleasantview. He considers Don Lothario, the Calientes, Pleasants and Brokes to have slightly less "Overlord" status than the Goths, but more than the Dreamers, Burbs and Oldies.
In STM, the Veronaville Family Bin sims are the main characters (instead of the more "obvious" choices of Romeo Monty / Juliette Capp), and the Strangetown Family Bin sims are prioritized ahead of Bella Goth...
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