Characters are organized by the Episode of their first confirmed appearance in Season 2. Click on each character’s name to see their pre-made profile on the Sims Wikia. Major characters may have their own STM-specific Fanon article on Sims Wikia, which will be linked instead of the default profile.
More Character Bios will be added as the story unfolds, to keep this section spoiler-free. TO AVOID BEING SPOILED, stop reading at the Episode you’ve last finished watching.
[Bianca Monty] is intelligent, open-minded and warm-hearted. Her choice to live in Strangetown appears to have paid off. How will her character be further tested, especially with Kent’s return?
[Kent Capp] shares Bianca’s bookish tendencies, which estranged him from his family. Now that he is actually living in Bianca’s house, can he break free from the past? Or will his “Capp trauma” affect his new life?
[Ophelia Nigmos] is a sensible teenage girl. She seems to have gotten along well enough with her late aunt Olive Specter. Will she be able to say the same about her new guardian and first cousin, Nick Grimm? Or will their small age gap complicate matters?
All the Curious brothers are scientists employed by Hyde Dynamic.
– Pascal is slightly jealous of Kent, for professional reasons.
– Vidcund remembers Kent from the days of the Secret Project.
– Lazlo is the most laid-back of the brothers, and the best cook among them.
[Pollination Technician #9 Smith] is a friendly grandpa, who has a very ordinary suburban family. Except that the menfolk really look like they come from another planet. Is there anything really special about [Jenny], [Johnny] & [Jill]?
[Erin Beaker] is Loki Beaker’s sister. She & [Ajay Loner] are helping [Bella Goth] get back her memories, from their outpost near Strangetown. They had to venture back to the main neighborhood when their isolated attempts failed.
[Antonio Monty] is Bianca’s brother, who has a responsible & benevolent character. He has endured the mental strain of being the “Father of Veronaville” for some time, but will he start missing his former easier life?
How thin is the line between this character and the Human Player, since both are perpetually experimenting (the former does experiments IN the show, the latter does experiments WITH the show 😮 ) ?
Both DO NOT seem to be afraid to do things differently and risk being misunderstood — to take calculated risks, and to deliberately cross lines… 😉
[Goneril Capp] (flashback) is Kent’s sister. She appears to be very loyal to the Capp family.
2.04 Friends in High Places
[General Buzz Grunt], the strict military father, is bent on revenge. He WILL see his late nemesis’ family squirm for her misdeeds. He has just the RIGHT contacts to make sure it all happens according to his plan…
[Waylon Wolff] is the incumbent Leader of the Free World. His father, Dwayne, was Mayor of their town, Moonlight Falls. Now the Wolff family’s political influence has spread to all of Hyde’s Sims Universes. Perhaps it is beneficial to have a Werewolf for a Watcher…
Loki & Circe Beaker somehow got out of prison prematurely. Now they wish to start a new life… to plague their old nemesis. Good thing Erin Beaker is still alive to help them…
[Hyde Dynamic] Scientists with Level 9 Clearance, named after Dr Hyde’s Cars: I’ve decided NOT to portray them as archetypes of their nationalities/ethnicities, but as individuals. All of them are minor recurring characters with no prior history in the Sims canon.
He is extremely logical, but has a friendly disposition. He was involved in the Veronaville Device Setup and Secret Project. His first name rhymes with Kent‘s.
He is brilliant and goal-oriented. He was also involved in the Veronaville Device Setup and Secret Project. His first name sounds similar to Vidcund‘s.
He is very level-headed, with nerves of steel. He is in charge of the Veronaville Power Plant. His name is a reference to “Walter Bishop”, the mad scientist from Fringe, though the two are nothing alike.
2.05(A) Grimm Prospects – Part 1
No new characters made a debut in this episode, but Loki & Circe Beaker adopted the aliases [James & Susan Windmark].
2.05(B) Grimm Prospects – Part 2
Consort is certainly not aloof about his children’s relationship scores with each other. Kent remembers him as a strict authoritarian who disapproves of almost everything he does.
[Regan Capp] (flashback) is Kent’s preferred sister, who is closer in age to him, and has more interests in common with him.
While Kent’s memories of the Capp family are mostly negative, the best of these memories are associated with Regan. No wonder she was willing to take him in, even when her husband Cornwall disapproves.
Regan Capp needs something else… to get her through this… Semi-Compliant Capp Life. Was she listening when HE said goodbye? 😮
2.06(A) The Patriarch – Part 1
[Ripp Grunt] is General Grunt’s second son, who does not have the slightest interest in the military. Among the three Grunt brothers, Ripp’s voice is heard the most in STM — yet he remains a minor character.
Ripp seems to be on good enough terms with Ophelia, but will the recent turn of events endanger their teenage camaraderie?
2.06(B) The Patriarch – Part 2
The Rossi family escaped the Veronaville Feud, but how much does the Green Racing Man know about it? What did Sepp Rossi gain and lose as a result of his family’s migration to Three Lakes?
2.06(C) The Patriarch – Part 3;
2.06(D-AU): Ophelia’s Alternative
No characters made a debut in this episode.
2.07(A) Breaking Point – Part 1
Frank Morgen is the second Racing Man who helped in Antonio Monty’s evacuation. He was formerly Unborn baby Cassat of Roaring Heights, born around the same time as Rossi, Bianca and Kent.
As an infant and toddler, Frank was hated by his half-siblings (children of David Morgan‘s first wife), for breaking up their family.
Fortunately, a few years later, his father had a career opportunity in Champs Les Sims. So Frank escaped an extended feud with his half-siblings. As a teen, Frank Morgen raced with his first RM friend, Lumiere, in the mountains of Champs Les Sims.
While Frank had a reasonably healthy relationship with his parents, David and Samantha Morgan, the trauma from his half-siblings never quite faded away. To a lesser extent than Kent Capp, Frank Morgen counts as an “Estranged Son of Morgan”, which explains why he changed the spelling of his surname as an adult.
As a RM, Morgen is Rossi’s Non-HomeTracker “car counterpart”, which explains why his life story of migration is similar to Rossi’s, and why he ends up doing similar roles to Rossi in AH’s Sims Universes.
(Joseph Morgan of Roaring Heights, David’s first son who starts off as a teen, is too old to be “RM Morgen” 😉 )
2.07(A) Breaking Point – Part 1,
2.08(A) XB-602-1023 – Part 1
No new characters made their debut in these episodes.
[Characters: Season 1]