Reflection on Amarre’s POV

I didn’t necessarily mean to present Amarre as “mean”. There are things that he takes seriously and gets upset about. He’s usually chill, but like I said (in my comment)  he can go off about things. He does love Martina and that’s why he’s so protective of her. Amarre also felt Martina was trying to force his hand in taking their relationship further than what he is ready for. As a couple they will go through more obstacles in their relationship, but they manage to work it out. Amarre will have other POVs on my secondary blog and you’ll more of his relationship with Martina. They get along most of the time and are happy when they’re together (Like they are in my actual game). I took maybe some of the harshest language out of the POV because it’s not how I really wanted to present Amarre and I don’t plan on the rest of the chapters to have a lot of negativity. That’s how I’ve always planned it, to not have as much of the same kind of drama as in the other chapters. I’ve always intended for these last chapters to be about Reagan’s family and that includes Amarre.   I love all my characters/Sims, well some more than others (probably w/ the exception of Ra, but he’s still my sim), and Amarre is one of the first Sims I made over a year ago and I cloned Jay from him so they really are twins. I’ve gone through a lot in my life and have seen people who were one way, maybe not the best person change over time. I think many of my characters have grown over the course of the story. You’ll see more of that once the story progresses and comes to an end. It’s no secret that Apollonia is coming back, whether she has changed or not, well, I guess you’ll just have to wait and see. Thanks again for reading and your comments. Happy Simming 🙂


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