|Game||The Sims Bustin' Out (console)|
Charity Grant is a Sim in The Sims: Bustin' Out.
Biography[edit | edit source]
Charming Charity (aka Charity Grant) has been called a "National Treasure," the "High Priestess of Modern Art" and "a goofball." As one of the key creators of the Anti-Meaning Movement in the 1990s, Charity has been often imitated but never duplicated. Art fans worldwide prize her early work painted with snakes and snails and puppy dog tails. Conservative lawmakers cut off her funding however, after she unveiled her latest masterpiece: a 20 foot long, nude, anatomically correct cinderblock.
Charity and Artie opened an art museum called Studio 8. But not many sims had visited, which lead to failure to pay their assigned rent. Malcolm their landlord came and repossessed their pottery wheel and marble block.
Charity and Artie then need the player's help to improve the Studio and hold a massive gala in the gallery. Female player Sims have control of Charity whilst living at the Studio. Male player Sims have control of Artie whilst living at the Studio. Often going unnoticed she has 20 personality points instead of the normally allowed 25.
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Charity has a has an Asian-Chinese appearance, She wears blue Chinese gown, wears brown high heels and she has a hairbun style with a chopstick in her hair.
Personality[edit | edit source]
She has an Aquarius personality. She is very sloppy and shy, she isn't an active person, but she is extremely nice and playful. At first she has a Libra personality, but that is a mistake and changes after a saved game.
The Sims: Bustin' Out[edit | edit source]
Skill[edit | edit source]
Charity has the following skills:
- 5 Creative
- 5 Cooking
- 1 Body
- 1 Charisma
She works in the Counter Culture career track as a Flower Child. But she cannot be promoted or demoted.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- She appears in the dream sequence prelude, dancing on the dance floor, you can't interact with her though.
- She appears in the intro of The Sims: Bustin' Out, in Club Rubb she rejects dancing with Randy Hart.