Chapter 2.2 – Security

Welcome back to another chapter of Random Paths! In the last chapter, Eva recovered from her attack and was discharged. Wolfgang and partner Joshua DeLange, arrested Owen Maguire and Quentin Tammany for conspiracy to commit murder and arrested the guy who attacked Eva. At the very end of the chapter, Sean was trying to get Eva to relax about returning to classes when there was a knock on the door. And now on with the story.

He opened the door and took a step back, not expecting who he saw. It was three Sims. One mundane and two vampires. Which meant it wasn’t the Sims United Alliance. “How… how may I help you?”

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Chapter 2.1 – Waking a Sleeping Giant

Welcome back to another chapter of Random Paths! In the last chapter we found out that Wolfgang Rand took over as the guardian of Miranda and Eva after Brett fell into a deep depression. The girls had grown and both were off at college. During Eva’s second semester of her sophomore year, she attended a meeting of the Sims United Alliance with her best friend Owen Maguire. After attempting to bow out of the group as it was not her cup of tea, she was informed the only way to leave was to die. And now on with the story.

Sean called Eva’s phone again. It was an hour after their scheduled chat time and she had not called, texted, or e-mailed saying she was going to be late or going to miss it. And she wasn’t answering her phone. It went straight to voice mail without any ringing. And that was the part that worried Sean the most. It wasn’t like Eva to run her phone dead.

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Chapter 2.0 – Revelations

Welcome back to another chapter of Random Paths. In the last chapter, Brett learned of his wife’s death and Wolfgang tried to get on with his life. At the end of the chapter, Wolfgang got a call from Zachariah. And now, on with the story.

“Dad, there’s been something I’ve been meaning to ask,” a seventeen year old Sean Rand asked.

“Oh?” Wolfgang said.

“Why don’t Miranda and Eva live with their father, your uncle?” Sean said.

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