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I Have A Demon Child! What Should I Do? (Closed)
The worst thing ever happened to me on virtual families! Here's the story: I am on my 4th generation and Pennesse got married to Chip so far they only had one kid, his name is Francozo he is 5 years old. Penesse and Chip wouldn't agree to have anymore kids so I adopted a 3 year old girl named Geometry she was the sweetest, cutest most well behaved girl I ever had on virtual families 2 she would do stuff like playing with toys, reading books, taking trash out, Ect. But later I came back to V. Families 2 and she started doing really bad stuff like banging dishes, throwing rocks, playing in toilet, tearing books and she just would not stop no matter how much I scolded her! The parents actions said "worried about children" Francozo also got scared of Geometry because whenever Geometry got near him Francozo's action would say "hiding" and when I dragged him away he would just hide again! Here's the bad part, Later on Geometry's eyes turned red and her lips turned black!! Next Geometry's action said "Telling parents to go to bed" that's really weird, anyways the parents listen to Geometry and accually went to bed! Then Geometry's action said "Sharpening knifes" and before she could do anything else I got scared and closed out of the game and never went back ever since. What should I do? Please take me seriously nobody ever does!!
Answer from: BISCUITZ:3
Um... the best thing to do is kill her. Sorry just trap her in a room with no food or anything she'll die for sure. If you don't want too, try and give her toys and praise her. If you scold her more, she'll keep doing it. Also those kids start off pretty sweet, so just a warning. Also, I have never gotten a kid like that before.... how old was she when she became a demon? If she was at least 18 or 19, you could wait toll she goes to college. HIH __BISCUITZ:3____
Answer from: D.D.
I dont know just leave her outside forever hey i found a freezing spot in one of the unfinished rooms its really close to the end of it the kid wont be able to do anything so if she trs to do somethin she'll just move on and on to another thing to do constantly but later if u come back on ur friend will be out of the room so i dont know what i'd do so just delete the app and download it again and it will restart the whole thing again
Answer from: Star
I say that you should send her to boarding school if you have enough money, or give her lots of things like chamomile drink, chamomile extract and sleeping pills until she is very tired, then praise her for sleeping (and I mean over and over and over and over), and then hopefully she will sleep most of the time. Or if you don't want to kill her or anything, trap her in the kitchen. When your other family members want food, trap her in another room until they are done eating.
Answer from: Awesome Sauce!!
Send her to boarding school or praise her for the few good things she will do and redirect her to the toys for bad things keep close watch over other kids and pets and parents
Answer from: Cutie Queen
Easy buy her lots of toy then praise her when she plays with them and scold her for bad things or just kill her by trapping her in a empty room.
Answer from: Animadness
A word of warning... Most adoption kids start off sweet and lovely, but end up as demons. I would... Send her to boarding school or kill her. Good luck, Animadness
Answer from: BudderBuddy
I know it's a bit late to answer, but I would do boarding school. 1. It's quicker. 2. Easier. If you have the money thats the best option.
Answer from: Da Rainbow
Creepy story... My friend told me about them. She also said to trap them in a room that is unused and wait for them to starve, or just give her nice things, or spoil her, and hopefully she will turn into a nice cooperative child! Good Luck!