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Life leading up to The Sims 3Edit
Mariana resided, during her lifetime, in Lucky Palms, one of the neighborhoods that is available through The Sims 3 Store. She was the wife of Omar Matlapin, and the mother of Darleen Dreamer (née Matlapin). Sometime before the start of The Sims 2, Mariana and her husband both died of unknown causes. Their daughter later moved to Pleasantview, which is where she married Darren Dreamer, and gave birth to Dirk Dreamer, who is Mariana's grandson.
Life leading up to The Sims 2Edit
Mariana is featured in The Sims 2 as one of the pre-made deceased ancestral Sims in Pleasantview, one of the neighborhoods shipped with the game. Although she is deceased when the game begins, she appears in the family tree of her grandson Dirk Dreamer. According to Mariana's SimDNA in SimPE, her hair was black before it turned grey, meaning that she probably dyed it brown in The Sims 3. She is the only known ancestor of Dirk that does not have dark skin. According to Mariana's age data, she had 30 days left in the elder life stage when she died.
Like most pre-made deceased Sims from The Sims 2, she is completely unplayable without the use of hacks or third party programs, such as SimPE. Her grave can not be found anywhere, so it was most likely deleted. Though Mariana's character data was deleted, regenerating her with SimPE is a tad easier than most dead ancestors, as her facial features are almost, if not identical to that of the 9th Maxis face template in Create a Sim, unlike most "unresurrectable" Sims that have customized facial features.
- The Sims 3
|Darleen Matlapin||Good friend|
|Marisol Loera||Distant Friend|
|Yolanda Shaw||Distant Friend|
|Endora Kravitz||Distant Friend|
|Language||The Sims 2||The Sims 3|
|English||Mariana Matlapin||Mariana Matlapin|
|Brazilian Portuguese||Mariana Coelho||Mariana Coelho|
|Chinese (Simplified)||玛里亚娜 马特拉平|
|Chinese (Traditional)||瑪莉安娜 梅樂萍|
|Dutch||Marianne Matlapin||Mariana Matlapin|
|European Portuguese||Mariana Maltapino|
|Norwegian||Mariann Matland||Mariana Matlapin|
|Russian||Мариана Матлапин||Мариана Матлапин|