The Roomies 2.0 Household is a group of seven Sims, living together in Apocalypse Isle, a Fanon neighborhood created by someone with too much free time. The family consists of the Hopeless Romantic Ashton, a werewolf, the Natural Cook (who can't taste any of his cuisine) Duncan, a vampire, the Kleptomaniac Quinlan, a human (once a ghost), the vegetarian twins Gwyneth and Gwendolyn, both fairies, the good witch, Cecil, and the bad witch, Selene.
Like the Drama on TV household, everyone in the household has a mutual dislike for Selene Cooke, just as Apollo Bloom is despised by everyone in the said household. Selene has no friends, though she is close to becoming friends with her sister, with whom she is only acquaintances.
Roomies 2.0: A Roomie is someone who lives together. 2.0 is because there was a houesehold also known as the Roomies in Sunset Valley before it became Apocalypse Isle.
Duncan LeMontague: Duncan is a Scottish or Gaelic name derived from "Donnchadh", meaning dark warrior or brown fighter. This may be a reference to Duncan's life state, and that vampires are usually perceived dark. His last name is a pun on Montague, the last name of the titular character Romeo in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.
Quinlan Priestley: Quinlan is a name of Irish or Gaelic decent, meaning "fit, shapely, strong", referring to his muscular build. Priestley is from "priest", which may mean Quinlan has a strong religious belief or is "priestley" or like a priest.
Ashton Wulfgang: Ashton is a name of Old English decent, meaning "ash tree town", referring to his dark skin as ash is very dark. Wulfgang is a pun of "wolf gang", or a pack of wolves.
Cecil Cooke: Cecil is a name of Old Welch or Latin decent, meaning "blind, sixth" referring to the fact that Cecil was the sixth person admitted to the household. Cooke is a common surname in the United States.
Selene Cooke: Selene is a name derived from the Greek "Selene". It means "the moon", referring to how Selene is a dark witch with a dark personality. Cooke is a common surname in the United States.
Gwendolyn Ambrose: Gwendolyn is a name of Welsh origin, meaning "fair bow; blessed ring", referring to Gwendolyn's "blessed" state as a fairy and her hidden talent for archery. Ambrose is derived from "ambrosia", often considered the food of the gods.
Gwyneth Ambrose: Gwyneth is a name of Welsh origin, meaning "happiness", which could be derived from Gwyneth's generally genial personality or the fact that she has found happiness in Duncan. Ambrose is derived from "ambrosia", often considered the food of the gods.