Post by kezune on May 15, 2015 14:13:21 GMT -7
Starting Over and Starting SmallI'm still torn over the loss of all of my petz but, rather than ask everyone to send me old copies, or dig through literally thousands of emails to find them, I think the healthiest thing I can do is just try to start again. I had some good luck and found my copy of Petz 4 and decided to focus on a very small number of petz at a time. I'll be adding others but I think just one will be perfect (for now, muwahaha) since I'm much busier these days than when I was really active here some years ago. Here's my first.
Leona of AngryKitten
I'll admit, it's been a long, long time since I last played Petz, so I wasn't sure what to do with her, exactly. I had some showing and retirement plans already laid out, but I realized I'd forgotten about the pet aspect of the game.
I aged her back down to her kitten state and thought it would be fun to raise her naturally since that's what was intended for the game anyway (and what this forum is about) and I remember enjoying that aspect of the game. I also thought having just one cat would give me the opportunity to really connect without the stress of worrying about my other petz.
Before I get ahead of myself, I do want to talk about my plans with her. I aged her ahead to get her PKC registration done, but I won't be showing her at all until she is fully raised. Once she's fully titled (Conformation, Aptitude and Petz Citizen) I'll be adopting a male and raising him in exactly the same way, while she enjoys a relaxing retirement in a folder. Once he's titled, they'll likely be bred. Rinse and repeat for my subsequent petz.
Anyway, to start with, I took a few pictures before we headed to the kitchen. Once she was fed, I thought we could go to the toy closet and see what kinds of toys she liked.
It seemed she really liked the auto-rolling ball, which was good! I was worried she wouldn't play after her bored reaction to the Jingle ball. I was also pretty happy to see she liked the pink yarn ball and yellow star ball.
Before long, she got worn out and it was time for a nap. See you again tomorrow, Leona!