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Virginya Feng is a character in The Sims 2 for PlayStation Portable.
She is a vampire, which the player finds out in one of the missions and has been undead since the 19th century. She has red hair in pigtails and green eyes.
Another mission involving Virginya occurs when she bites the player, making them need to search for a cure for vampirism. This is found when talking with Mambo Loa. The cure requires garlic, plasma and some cooking skill.
She seems to be the romantic interest of Lincoln Broadsheet; The player's Sim needs to befriend her in order for the game to proceed, and when he/she reaches Friendship or Romance level 4 with her, she will bite him/her.
Once bitten, the player will earn the Vampire Bite perk, which allows them to fill their hunger meter in one go by biting someone. Be warned, once the player bitten someone, they will not spread the curse of vampirism, but they will make their victim angry. The hunger meter will also decrease much faster during daytime, even when the player is inside a building.
The player will still have the Vampire Bite perk even when they're cured. This makes it possible for the player to be re-infected after being cured, by simply using the perk.
Virginya will give the player a money reward for curing her.
Virginya's secrets from The Sims 2 (PSP):
- (Personal): Virginya hates being out in the sun... maybe she's worried about her complexion.
- (Intimate): Has been known to give some killer hickies every once in a while.
- (Dark): Apparently, there is some bad blood going way back between Virginya and the Kine Society...
- (Virginya the Vamp): Virginya Feng is a vampire, and has been undead since the 19th century!
Virginya:Virginya is a name of Latin origin, meaning "maiden".
Feng: Feng is a Chinese surname. It is unknown whether Virginya has Chinese ancestry or not, but it could be a play on the word "fang", referring to her life state.