1ST SPRING, YEARS 1-6
Hilda Schurzenjager: Elder Knowledge, LTW: Become a Mad Scientist - Scorpio
Hans Schurzenjager: Teen Knowledge, LTW: Become a Mad Scientist - Libra
Heidi Schurzenjager: Female Toddler - Taurus
I'm on a roll now, another chapter already!
The silence is almost deafening when Hilda Schurzenjager, holding her granddaughter Heidi, and Hans stand on the pavement looking at their new house. If that half finished shack can even be called a house, Hans thinks to himself. He is still feeling down and, above all, bitter. He doesn't know if he will ever be able to forgive his father Henio for leaving him and her little sister Heidi alone. Fortunately for him, Hilda was willing to take them under her roof, but bad luck struck again, and their house burnt down in a freak fire. And this is what they got from the lousy insurance company - a shack in the middle of nowhere.
Although, I highly doubt Hilda's going to let him spend all his money on a telescope.
So now she's hitting Saara Marttala in the face with the ball. Hopefully she doesn't break the poor woman's nose.
Nevertheless, soon enough Heidi is already walking around the house without any difficulties. Hilda really is a marvellous teacher.
Luckily there's nothing a warm bath couldn't fix, and Heidi is soon back to her joyful self. The bath tub didn't come cheap, though, because they had to sell some furniture to be able to afford it, namely their shower and sink.
The day is turning out to be a great day for all when Hilda arrives home with a promotion, too. She's very happy to be a Lab Assistant instead of a human guinea pig, even though she doesn't exactly express those feelings of joy.
Hilda is busy studying some cleaning techniques for work, although she really should be studying logic - it just isn't possible at the moment.
No points for the Schurzenjagers.
I really like Heidi for some reason, she has the cutest little face and exotic, dark blue eyes. All in all, I enjoyed playing this family (too), even Hilda, who I feared was going to be a boring and grumpy old woman. But she has a soft side too, it seems. Though her face upon opening the lot was somewhat intimidating:
I was a bit tired when writing this chapter, so I hope that there aren't too many mistakes in the text. But if you spot any, you're more than welcome to point them out so that I can fix them.
Hopefully you enjoyed the Schurzenjagers, too. and please, feel free to comment (: