Tom: 7.7.5 “Camo Key”


Camo Key debuts their newest single at the Palmetto Club. In the song, the lyrics describe a prominent leader with piercing violet eyes who got to where he is by using magical potions to make himself seem charming and likable. No names are named, of course. It is set to an upbeat rock tune with a pop-y chorus.


The club-goers are shocked by the lyrics as some know who the song is referring to, but regardless of their views of the person the song still has an enjoyable tune.


And it lends itself as great dancing music.


Camo Key is urged on by the vibes of the audience to give a spectacular performance, and they think that this will be one of their biggest hits yet.

Andrew Diffy reads the paper every day. He’s always wary of the political climate, and his grandmother, the editor, urges her reporters to never go easy on him as a politician, as she does not want any possible appearance of bias to show through. Because of this, Andrew is very wary of his reputation. Today’s paper features several articles about Camo Key’s performance. Two are in the music section, one critiquing the performance as a whole, and the other a short review of the song itself.

The third article is not in the musical section; it is a political analysis of the song, which does in fact name names. It speculates on Andrew Diffy’s quickly rising career, and also recognizes that the supernatural conspiracy theorists have already grown suspicious of some other prominent citizens of Roaring Heights, and now this song may have brought their attention to focus on Andrew Diffy.


Remembering that his brother is co-owner of the Palmetto Club, and that Camo Key regularly performs there, Andrew makes quite a few assumptions in his mind.

Andy: “Ben.”



Across town, the paper has just arrived at this small house by the beach.


Leslie Diffy also reads the paper every day. Because, one, she wants to support her grandmother, and, two, because she always wants to stay up-to-date on the happenings around town. Leslie is an aspiring politician, but so far has only managed to land a job as the assistant to a local councilman.


As Leslie reads the article that analyzes Camo Key’s latest single, she can’t help but wonder what Camo Key could have against her brother. They don’t know him personally, at least from what she’s aware of, although she does recognize the lead singer as one of their distant cousins. But she still finds it strange.


Leslie: “Tom.”


Tom sits at home feeling very smug. The concert went off perfectly. It’s not like he wants to wreck his brother’s life; this is just a playful trick to mess with him. He and Ben know that a song simply playing into a conspiracy theory about their brother can’t really do any damage. It was all in good fun.

10 thoughts on “Tom: 7.7.5 “Camo Key”

  1. I hope Tom says the truth when he says that it can’t do any damage but somehow I doubt it ๐Ÿ˜ฆ His reputation in the public is probably the most important thing for a politician so this could really mess with his career.
    The concert pictures were awesome though, I never really played around with bands or clubs but it looks cool!

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    1. Well, in Tom’s opinion, having no experience in politics, he thinks that it can’t possibly do any damage.

      I honestly haven’t played around with bands in a while, either. I basically just made them stand there for the pictures. Fun times in Bridgeport, though! Thanks for reading. ๐Ÿ™‚


    1. Yeah, it’s not fair, but c’mon Andy refused to play a trivia game that one time! He totally had it coming! Lol, no, it’s a mean thing to do, but Tom honestly doesn’t think anything bad will result from it. Because supernatural charms are totally not real, so who could believe it? And he doesn’t read the paper, so he doesn’t know the reaction from people in town.

      Glad you think so! Leslie is a full adult now, and I always like to change a little thing if not their whole outfit. Thanks for reading. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. Tom is hilarious. I love his hair and his personality is pretty entertaining. That song was a mean idea, but family totally does that sort of thing to each other. Besides, it had to take some ‘masterminding’ so I approve completely, Those traits should produce borderline socially unacceptable results lol

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    1. Yeah, it is like a family squabble. If Andy had a closer relationship to his siblings, he would probably laugh it off. I just really wanted to do something sort of devious since Tom has the evil trait, so he needs to start trouble somewhere. If it wasn’t for that, he has a perfect family with a completely normal life. He’s probably getting bored.

      Thanks for reading. ๐Ÿ™‚


    1. Yeah, Tom is evil, but not as smart as he thinks. To him this is just something silly that people won’t take seriously. But like you said he has to do something a little mischievous! Thanks for reading. ๐Ÿ™‚


    1. I love that evil sims make those faces all the time! Perfect for when they think everything went according to plan.

      Yeah, Andy and Leslie both had different ideas of who planned it, based on how close each of them were to those siblings, and they were both half right.

      Thanks for reading. ๐Ÿ˜€

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