I keep trying to spell her name Hanna. She’s not a blond killer, Miranda!

This is Hannah from Campus Life.

This is Hannah from Campus Life.

Seriously, in order to get the photo from my phone to hear, I’ve had to type it out about six times and every single time without fail, I leave off the second H.

I’m actually considering giving her an updo as well, so that more than one of my girls has her ears bare. Earrings look nice, they really do. Other than that, she’s not really my favorite, but I still like her.

She is the only girl to have a song in my head that matches up with her. Whenever I’m playing with her in the closet, I want to listen to Titanium by David Guetta. So that’s cool.

 

Would you believe that when I recruited her, she was a ginger with curls?

This is Kayla from Campus Life.

This is Kayla from Campus Life.

Kayla is another one of those girls who I haven’t really thought about since I got her. She likes to wear pants a lot, which is kinda rare among my girls, if you hadn’t noticed by this point. I do like her, I just don’t give her much thought. Especially since she likes to wander around at the bottom of my property where it’s hard to see her.

 

Natasha is my other pale girl, but I tend to forget it because she’s so often in pink and brown that it tends to make her somehow look darker to me. Admittedly, I am playing Campus Life on my iPhone, so this is the first time I’ve ever seen my girls large.

This is Natasha from Campus Life.

This is Natasha from Campus Life.

Natasha is the fifth girl I recruited, and the only reason I got her over another that I preferred is I thought she came with a skirt. Turns out after I got her, that she was actually in a bathing suit and sarong. Oh well! At least she’s been pretty nice to have around, since her sarong can layer over pants and shorts as well as bathing suits, and she does look really nice in blue. I’m not actually quite sure why.

This isn’t the ideal outfit I’d have her in, but the stuff she looks best in, I haven’t unlocked/bought yet.

 

Ashley is the second girl I’ve recruited, and the only one I’ve never even thought of taking to the salon after I got it to change around her style. She’s perfect the way she is.

This is Ashley from Campus Life.

This is Ashley from Campus Life.

Ashley usually likes to be a tomboy, but every so often, she’ll decide that she wants to wear that particular skirt. I have no idea why, but that’s the only skirt she ever wants to wear.

Ashley is also one of the ones whom I’ve never bothered to even think of a character for. Which is kinda too bad, because I really like her.

 

Amanda and I can never decide whether or not we like her to be elegant or more tomboyish. Right now, she’s trying a little bit for casual dressiness, most of which she put together on her own. I just gave her the skirt because the game won’t let you walk around with your underwear hanging out, even when you can’t actually see it.

This is Amanda in Campus Life.

This is Amanda in Campus Life.

Amanda I picked because when I first saw her, she had a flower in her hair, and I wanted it. Two months later and she still has a flower in her hair, though a different flower now. She tends to wear skirts the most out of all the clothes I have, though sometimes she’ll switch it up for pants or a dress.

Also in unrelated news, there is now a cat rubbing his head all over my arm and making it hard to write. He is such a butthead.

 

Elana is the most recent girl I’ve recruited, barring the two who are only half an hour from letting me get them. The slice of shininess between her bun and the rest of her head is actually a headband, a neat trick that my mother figured out. Elana is probably my most elegant character, simply for her hair alone.

Now I normally don’t like the hair up styles, the only one I know I like costs six diamonds, which I don’t have. But hers is okay. And the best part is that you can see her ears and her earrings. Usually I don’t care whether or not they’re wearing any, but she can wear them and show them off to the world.

This is Elana from Campus Life.

This is Elana from Campus Life.

She also looks a lot better in the neutral colors than most of my characters. Usually they have to have other splashes of colors to make the neutrals work, but she doesn’t need them. She’s fine the way she is.

 

Don’t let her pretty looks confuse or bedazzle you! She’s a total sass bucket and snotty to boot. From the second I recruited her and got her out of her original clothes, no matter how elegant I dress her up, she’s always wanting to add things like spider necklaces and bright orange shoes to her outfit, just to spite me.

This is Ella from Campus Life.

This is Ella from Campus Life.

There are events in the games where you set up for a theme to compete with your rival, and the girl you just recruited will help you. Usually, it’s just kind of a generic “I can be helpful! Promote me quickly to a higher position and I’ll give you some diamonds.” But the most recent ones I did were making a pub, and the girl who was helping was constantly being sassed at by Ella, who had about the same opinion of pubs as most people do of foot fungus. Every single time the other girl tried to suggest something helpful, she was doing disdainful poses and saying things like “We don’t need dirty pubs. Ballroom dancing is fine for us.” Total sass bucket.

She also likes wearing those abstract tights under whatever pretty dress she has on at the time. If it’s something in red or yellow, it tends to clash horribly, but it works pretty well when she’s wearing black. I like Ella, because I thought she would be pretty and dainty, and she is- she’s just also a complete snot and not afraid to call out people for what she thinks they should be called out for.

 

Michelle is the second girl I got and the first I recruited. And ever since, I decided that she needs to wear pink. Even when she wants to argue with me about what she should wear, the pink somewhere is non-optional.

This is Michelle from Campus Life- get off your phone!

This is Michelle from Campus Life- get off your phone!

Michelle tends to get the most characterization in the game proper aside from the avatar and Priscilla, your rival. She tends to be spunky and silly and has good fashion sense for when other people are having trouble. However after that, she tends to vary a bit. Mine likes to hang out in the party room and try to wear stuff that looks weird. She’s also one of only two really pale girls I have, though both girls I’m recruiting right now are going to change that, because it’s an in game skin tone that’s actually harder to match with the clothes. Most of them come in colors that look better on the girls with darker skin.

I do like her though. She’s been around with me since I started the game back in October, and she’s been very useful in my work. Partially as a reminder of what kinds of girls I don’t really want to recruit if I want to have them look really nice in stuff.

 

Erika is an interesting girl in that while she seemed designed to have a kind of Hawaiian style when I first recruited her, two seconds after I got her, she wanted to wear that skull shirt.

This is Erika from Campus Life.

This is Erika from Campus Life.

Erika is a total punk, and she looks even more like it after I changed her hair from some odd braid over the forehead thing to what she has now. She is never without at least the boots and arm sleeves if she has to change some of her clothes to help recruit other girls. While most of the punk things I have are from one girl I recruited, she’s very creative with the stuff that she adds to make it look better and more unique. She’s definitely one of my favorites.

There was one time when she decided that she needed to wear a yellow bikini though…eww.

 

Taylor is my other girl with Lolita hair.

I suppose I should clarify why I keep referring to this style as Lolita, when most of the world knows Lolita as a book about a pedophile. In Japan, the book was popular indeed, and a style arose mostly among twenty year old women to dress up in elegant cute dresses that made them look about ten years younger. Subtropes of it include Elegant Gothic Lolita, which is where young women dress up in lacy dresses with long flowing hair in often unnatural colors like they’re from the Victorian era. Thus, the Lolita hairstyle.

This is Taylor from Campus Life.

This is Taylor from Campus Life.

Taylor again doesn’t really have a personality in my head. She has okay fashion sense, but sometimes she still wants to wear things that absolutely clash with her lovely hair. But sometimes she does things like wear the dress in the picture and look great.

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