G'day, ladies and gents, and welcome back to The Sim's Pen, The Sims Wiki's weekly fanon section newspaper! As of this issue, TSP will be published every Sunday (yeah, I kind of got excited that Tuesday.) Anyway, let us begin!
The seventeenth fanon battle has begun between Jestyn Leighman and Suzy Parker! Get in on the action now and place your vote! Hurry: the clock is ticking!
Also, calling any volunteers who might be able to write future issues of TSP! I'm not stepping down, but I am going away in a few months, so...yeah. If you're a good writer and love reading fanon, don't hesitate to post a comment below!
A fresh and unique take on the colourful tale of the Bella we all know and love, the biography, told from the point of view of the woman herself, and in some cases her daughter, Cassandra, recounts the details of Bella's adventures from her adolescence all the way to her death. Bravo!
Yet another blog-style series created by Colin and involving a multitude of authors, Dawn of the Sims feature a group of young Sims as they attempt to survive in a world in shambles. Running from undead 'bad guys', as it were, this ragtag bunch barely clings to survival, holding onto the clifftop of sanity for dear life. Well done, writers!
Enter Richie Hutchworth, an Englishman recently arrived in SimNation to start life anew. Judging from the title, this probably involves the Pleasant family in some way or other (Shhhhhhh, don't tell Asher that I haven't read it yet). How lovely! Get into it now!
If it weren't for an alien abduction, as it is most commonly predicted, how do YOU think Bella Goth could have disappeared?