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Hensonville 2011 Guide

Discussion in 'Games' started by The Count, Feb 2, 2010.

  1. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Hello everybody. This thread will serve as a general layout thread for various town-related purposes. Descripts of the newly rebuilt town with according map, town brochures, and dorms rooms should be posted here.

    Thanks for your time, hope you have fun with the new game once it gets started.
  2. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    HENSONVILLE City 2011.

    As originally posted by RedPiggy:
    For a map of our town, click here.
    Hensonville Town Map.


    There are four main highways in Hensonville, all drawn in red on the map and all extending beyond the town’s borders. The western vertical highway, a quarter east of the map edge, is Muppeteer Motorway, with Exit 123 leading to Sesame Street at the very top of the map. The eastern vertical highway, a quarter west of the map edge, is Henson Highway. The northern horizontal highway, a quarter down from the map edge, is Puppeteer Parkway. The southern horizontal highway, a quarter up from the map edge, is ABC Artery.

    Addresses increase from west to east and from north to south. Everything above Puppeteer Parkway is 1-99. Between Puppeteer Parkway and ABC Artery is 100-299, with the exception of 98 and the Dorms Subdivision. Everything below ABC Artery is 300-399.

    The map should be 8 inches by 8 inches when printed out. That means every square quarter inch is an acre, defined here as 209 feet by 209 feet. Hensonville is now roughly a square mile or 32 square acres. Each house has a footprint of 104 feet by 69 feet, offering some decent yard space on half-acre lots. Houses can have multiple floors if you want, adding more room if needed. Otherwise, the general floor plan for a one-story house is a garage leading to a utility room, a master bedroom with master bathroom, a small living room, four more rooms for roomies or office space or whatever, another bathroom, and a kitchen/dining area.

    As for the main townhouse, the Building itself takes up two acres. There will be three apartments per floor and there will be four floors per building. Each apartment is equipped with 5 rooms for beds or office or whatever, a living room, a couple of bathrooms, and a laundry room. Each apartment is a quarter of an acre, so it's the size of an average American suburban house, I suppose. Each apartment opens out into a central Common Room, taking up half an acre, I think. The common room has two narrow hallways to the north and south of the building. The common room is equipped with a large kitchen and dining area, gaming items, bookshelves, several computer desks with high end computers, and a home theater system. In the northeast corner of the common room is an elevator to facilitate reaching other floors. The north exit is also connected to a fire escape stairway that reaches all the way to the roof. Each bedroom has two windows and the living room has six windows.


    Shopping District.
    The Shopping District is in the upper left corner, framed by Muppeteer Motorway on the right and Puppeteer Parkway on the bottom. On the far left of the map is a vertical street, Heather Heights, which starts at the top of the map and ends on Marty Robinson Street just north of Puppeteer Parkway. The northern horizontal street is Chris Serf Street, which extends from the western edge of the map halfway through the north-central Museum District. The southern horizontal street is Marty Robinson Street which extends from the western edge of the map to just shy of the eastern edge of the map. Both horizontal streets have exits onto Muppeteer Motorway. There is park land at the northern edge, at the corner of Heather Heights and Marty Robinson Street. There is a park with a lake in its center from Chris Serf Street and Marty Robinson Street between Cold Comforts and Prell Lane.

    X-Cade Marks the Spot (3 Heather Heights) A fun spot with arcade and carnival games inside the carnival-themed building.
    House of EM Comic Shop (5 Heather Heights) A jazz-themed comic shop.
    Mae Wong's Chinese Take-Out (7 Heather Heights) An elegant fast-food restaurant with Eastern decorations.
    Bat Bolt & Skull Toy Shop (9 Heather Heights) A spooky store with ivy-covered stone walls and half-rotten sales kiosks.

    Kermit & Piggy's Honeymoon Retreat (2 Chris Serf Street) A romantic set of six bedrooms with an indoor cozy park setting in the center.
    Tuxedo Times Junction (4 Chris Serf Street) A classy clothes store featuring male formalwear.
    Bridal Beauty Gowns (6 Chris Serf Street) A ritzy boutique focusing on female formalwear.

    Rock & Roll Deli (22 Marty Robinson Street) A 50s retro diner-like environment, complete with jukebox.
    Lord Grade Avenue Theater (24 Marty Robinson Street) A well-furnished small theater.
    Cold Comforts (26 Marty Robinson Street) A bright and cheery ice cream shop.


    Museum District.
    The Museum District is north of Puppeteer Parkway, in between Muppeteer Motorway and Henson Highway. On the west side, just east of Muppeteer Motorway, is Prell Lane, which extends from the northern edge of the map to Marty Robinson Street. At the end of Chris Serf Street starts Hunt Boulevard, which is a vertical street that extends from Chris Serf Street to Maury Street in South Hensonville. Off of Hunt Boulevard to the east, halfway between Chris Serf Street and Marty Robinson Street is Mullen Terrace, which extends from Hunt Blvd to just shy of Henson Highway. There is park land from the northern edge of the map to Marty Robinson Street, from the Museum of Impossible Technologies and the Enchanted Exhibition Hall to Hunt Blvd. There is park land on the left, back, and right sides of the Muppet Museum of Art.

    Museum of Impossible Technologies (8 Chris Serf Street) A modern museum specializing in futuristic and sci-fi devices.

    Muff 'YN' Fluff Bakery (11 Prell Lane) A small bakery reminiscent of the warm colors of Momma’s kitchen.
    Enigma Lane Theater Supply (13 Prell Lane) A fanciful shop selling masks and costumes and props.
    Casa Brandon (15 Prell Lane) Nora’s family’s house.

    The Enchanted Exhibition Hall (28 Marty Robinson Street) A mystical museum of fairy, goblin, and other magical lore.

    Muppet Museum of Art (42 Mullen Terrace) A fun and colorful art exhibit.

    Mallory Gallery (50 Marty Robinson Street) An upscale museum focusing on expensive objects.
    Fairytale Pharmacy (52 Marty Robinson Street) A place to get organic, natural, mystical, homeopathic medicines and charms.
    Froggon Heart Firefighters Tower (54 Marty Robinson Street) When there’s a fire, they hop to it! Includes a tower for firefighting practice on the side.


    Housing District.
    The Housing District, used for folks who don’t feel the whole college mood, is in the upper right corner of the map, bordered by Henson Highway on the left and Puppeteer Parkway on the bottom. There is room for two subdivisions, but as of this post there is only the eastern subdivision of Hispaniola, taken from Muppets Treasure Island and is located just north of the Lake Hensonville and the Docks District. The Hispaniola subdivision is north of Marty Robinson Street. The western vertical road is Goelz Pathway and stops roughly halfway to the northern border. The eastern vertical road is Clash Corner and stops at the same level as Goelz Pathway. Connecting the two roads horizontally at their northern stopping points is Moss Street.

    Goelz Pathway (houses on eastern side): 80, 81, 82, and 83
    Moss Street (houses on northern side): 70, 71, 72, and 73
    Clash Corner (houses on western side): 90, 91, 92, and 93


    West Hensonville District.
    This district encompasses the western part of Hensonville, in between Puppeteer Parkway and ABC Artery. About an acre’s width from the western edge of the map is West Henson Street, which extends vertically from Marty Robinson Street to halfway down the district, ending at Ganz-Cooney Street. About an acre’s width west of Muppeteer Motorway is Oznowitz Drive, which extends vertically from Marty Robinson Street and stops shy of Ganz-Cooney Street, with a driveway into a parking lot for the northern half of the University of Hensonville campus. Halfway down West Henson and Oznowitz is a horizontal Sahlin Trail, which connects the two vertical streets only. Ganz-Cooney Street is just below the halfway point of the district, extending from the western border all the way to just shy of Lake Hensonville. There is a railroad track that comes in from the northwest corner of the district, across West Henson Street, and continues vertically down out of the district below ABC Artery. East of the tracks, south of Ganz-Cooney Street, on the district’s midline is Brill Drive, which extends from Ganz-Cooney Street to just shy of ABC Artery. East of that, next to Muppeteer Motorway, is Carroll Street, which is similar in length to Brill Drive and also starts at Ganz-Cooney, ending with a driveway to a large parking lot for the southern half of the University of Hensonville campus.

    Fran's Fragrant Flowers (101 W. Henson Street) A lovely floral shop with a serene environment.
    Beth's Clock Shop (103 W. Henson Street) A shop specializing in traditional and modern time pieces.
    Jim's Coffee House (105 W. Henson Street) A friendly wi-fi enabled place to hang out and drink some java.

    Prop-Up Workshop (98 Sahlin Trail) A large workshop that specializes in building props and set-pieces for the University and the various theaters throughout Hensonville.

    Upper Crust Bakery (111 Oznowitz Drive, east side) An upscale bakery for all the overpriced confections.
    Coming Unbound Bookshop (113 Oznowitz Drive, east side) A large bookstore with lots of different types of books.
    Penny Candyman Sweets Shop (115 Oznowitz Drive, west side) A small candy store sure to tickle your sweet tooth.
    Muppet Theater (117 Oznowitz Drive, east side) Does it need introduction? The historic theater, site of The Muppet Show.

    Hensonville Hooper's Store (201 Brill Drive) A neighborhood grocery store with a snack bar.
    The Three Candles Library (203 Brill Drive) An intimate library where one can spend quiet hours reading.
    Mail-It-In Computer Surplus (205 Brill Drive) A computer store that sells supplies and offers packaging and copying services.

    Hensonville Observer (211 Carroll Street) A busy news office building for publishing newspapers and news websites.
    KMUP TV Studios (213 Carroll Street) A television studio with hundreds of broadcast channels available, hoping to continue developing holographic broadcasts.


    University of Hensonville District.
    This is the centerpiece of Hensonville, with the University of Hensonville on the left and the Dorms Subdivision and various other shops and stuff on the right. The northern campus is similar to the capital letter U and has driveways to parking lots on the north side, leading to Marty Robinson Street across from Puppeteer Parkway. Each building is labeled with letters instead of numbers. The interior of this part of the campus has a 2-acre thick cross of park-like land with an oval lake in the center fed by a vertical southern stream that ends at the end of the park. The southern campus, located south of Ganz-Cooney Street, is similar to the capital letter H and has driveways to it and are stadiums for sports or climate-controlled exercise environments in inclement weather.

    The "U"-shaped set consists of 5 buildings.
    A. Numbers: It is top left and contains classes for math, physics, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, economics, and statistics.
    B. Words: It is top right and contains classes for literature, grammar, foreign languages, history, and journalism.
    C. Science: It is middle left and consists of classes/labs for microbiology, biology, anatomy and physiology, genetic manipulation, human nursing, non-human medicine, astronomy, geology, climatology, and engineering.
    D. Magic: It is middle right and contains classes for herbology, crystals, interdimensional maintenance, charms, incantations, and elemental magic.
    E. Arts: It is central bottom and contains classes/auditoriums for music, sculpture, dance, and graphic design.

    The "H"-shaped set consists of 5 buildings.
    F. Diamond Stadium: It is top left and consists of an ice rink and artificial skiing slope.
    G. Emerald Stadium: It is top right and consists of an indoor field for baseball/softball.
    H. Crystal Stadium: It is center middle and consists of a large pool.
    I. Crimson Stadium: It is bottom left and consists of an indoor football field.
    J. Pearl Stadium: It is bottom right and consists of an indoor basketball field/skatepark.

    The following can be located south of Ganz-Cooney Street on the eastern side.
    Just north of ABC Artery is Chapman Court, which extends east from Hunt Blvd to roughly halfway through East Hensonville.

    Hensonville Mall (220 Ganz-Cooney Street, south side) Contains Party Madness Store, Smiling Mask Theater, FR Jewelers, Pinball Count Arcade, Deep Freeze Parlor, Fur and Fleece and Everything Neece Adoption Center, Christy's Bar and Grill, Bunsen-Burner Apothecary, and Manzano School Supplies.

    Jim Townhouse: Apartments 1-12, (230 Chapman Court)

    Below Chapman Court is Mazzarino End, which extends similarly from Hunt Blvd to just shy of Henson Highway.
    Schoolhouse Playgrounds (98 Mazzarino End), Located west of the poolhouse, a family recreational area where your youngins can play in a secure environment.
    HV Poolhouse (100 Mazzarino End): An acre-sized indoor poolhouse on the southern side of the street with shallow and deep ends, slides, diving boards, and jacuzzis. If you need a key to the poolhouse, one can be issued to you by management upon request.
    Everybody Eats (102 Mazzarino End): Located east of the poolhouse, a family restaurant that serves anything you could possibly order.


    Nelson District.
    Bottom left of the map, bordered by ABC Artery at top and Muppeteer Motorway on the right. Maury Street is roughly an acre or two south of ABC Artery, stretching horizontally from the western border to the eastern border. The vertical railroad track ends at the station.

    Nelson Square Station (300 Maury Street, south side) with a large park-like area on the east side of the station.


    South Hensonville District.
    This district is south of ABC Artery and in between Muppeteer Motorway and Henson Highway. On the western side, extending vertically south from Maury Street, is Cheryl Hill. On the eastern side, near Henson Highway, extending from Maury Street vertically south, is Lisa Henson Promenade. A park-like 2-acre-thick vertical strip is between Lisa Henson and Henson Hwy.

    Phillip Casson High School (311 Cheryl Hill) A high school with both college-bound and vocational training.
    Puppetry Workshop (313 Cheryl Hill) A large building with all sorts of materials to make every type of puppet available.

    Rainbow Memories Cemetary (312 Maury Street) Smaller since the restoration of Hensonville, with a funeral home surrounded by a backwards capital L like peaceful and serene grassy graveyard.

    Hensonville Police Department (321 Lisa Henson Promenade) The place for law-enforcement opportunities.
    Stitch in Time Tailors (323 Lisa Henson Promenade) Will fit your clothes no matter what your body shape or size.
    Juhl's Pizza Parlor (325 Lisa Henson Promenade) A rowdy rocking pizza parlor.
    Muppeteer Convention Hall (327 Lisa Henson Promenade) A large building that functions for massive get-togethers.


    East Hensonville District.
    This district is east of Henson Highway, in between Puppeteer Parkway and ABC Artery. The very eastern border has a shore for Lake Hensonville, with several docks and various nameless warehouses and seedy buildings. The western side, vertically, is East Henson Street, extending from Marty Robinson Street which is above Puppeteer Parkway but ends before Ganz-Cooney Street. The eastern vertical street, just west of the Docks area, is Rudman Range, which is even shorter than East Henson Street. There is a large square park area south of Rudman Range.

    Jane Nebel Theater (121 E. Henson Street) An upper-class theater.
    Pigs in a Blanket Tanning Salon (123 E. Henson Street) Where to go if you want a bronze sheen.
    Friendly's Restaurant (125 E. Henson Street) A café-like environment, selling sandwiches and salads.
    Mr. Baseman's Basics Music Store (127 E. Henson Street) Where to find your groove thing.
    Wardrobe Disasters Clothiers (129 E. Henson Street) For all your casual, sports, and outdoor wear needs.
    House of the Rising Dim Sun Restaurant (131 E. Henson Street) A striking restaurant for your enjoyment.

    All Around the World Amusement Park (234 Whitmire Wharf, next to the Docks)
    Unfortunately, the parking lot is north of the amusement park and connects to Ganz-Cooney, but it's numbered as if it's Chapman Court. The park has rollercoasters, haunted houses, a variety of eating facilities, inflated bouncing houses, a musical stage, and a sculpture of Doozer Dome populated with statues of Doozers in the center.

    THIS CONCLUDES THE DESCRIPTION OF HENSONVILLE, 2010.
  3. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Originally by RedPiggy...

    Shopping District Brochure.
    Each brochure will have two image files, for front and back. One could print them out on separate paper or print them out front and back, though you'd probably need good plain cardstock for that, as it is rather graphic-heavy.

    Brochure Back:
    Brochure Back
    The background is like a cotton paper texture. It is a tri-fold brochure with the left panel as page 5, the middle panel as page 6, and the right panel as page 1. Page numbers are at the bottom in black.

    Page 1: The title page.
    At the bottom in blue-white lettering is HENSONVILLE SHOPPING DISTRICT in all caps. Above that, at the very top, is a picture of an ice cream shop, or Cold Comforts. A brunette woman in a beige dress and a blue-haired man in a black suit jacket and slacks eat some ice cream from the 50's-ish soda-jerk-looking vendor. Below that is a picture of various customers seated in red booths and being waited on.

    Page 5:
    BRIDAL BEAUTY GOWNS: 6 Chris Serf Street.
    Only the top of the line female formalwear for that extra-special occasion.
    At top is a picture of a blue room with a mannequin wearing a red sleeveless dress at left, a brunette woman wearing a white sleeveless bridal gown in the middle facing the back door, and some tables and a poster of various fashions on the wall at right.

    ROCK & ROLL DELI: 22 Marty Robinson Street.
    A 50's retro diner with jukebox and stylish booths and great food!
    Below the above picture is a red-themed diner with an open stainless steel kitchen visible in the background. A line of customers wait on the hostess, including James of Team Rocket and Red Fraggle.

    Page 6:
    LORDE GRADE AVENUE THEATER: 24 Marty Robinson Street.
    A theater pulling double duty for plays and movies.
    At top is a picture of a dark purple room with several rows of seats and one brunette woman staring at screens and speaker equipment.

    COLD COMFORTS: 26 Marty Robinson Street.
    A bright and cheery ice cream shop that will chill your taste buds with lots of custom flavors!
    Below the above picture is a picture of the same white room with black and white checkered floors and multicolored polka dots on the walls as on page 1. A brunette woman is ordering some ice cream from the vendor.


    Brochure Front:
    Brochure Front
    The same background texture. The left panel is page 2, the middle panel is page 3, and the right panel is page 4.

    Page 2:
    X-CADE MARKS THE SPOT: 3 Heather Heights.
    Worries for another day -- with our arcade and carnival games, you'll love to play!
    At top is a very busy picture, with yellow floors and black spots, a clown statue visible at lower left, a cashier counter at the bottom, one of those bopping games in the middle of the floor, and 2 sets of 3 arcades on the far wall, as well as one of those throw the dart at the balloon carnival game at right. Visible are Gobo at the carnival balloon game and Red at an arcade game. The walls are striped vertically with alternating red and gold colors. There are circus-themed wall hangings as well.

    HOUSE OF EM COMICS SHOP: 5 Heather Heights.
    Groove to our sweet jazz tunes as you blow your mind with comics!
    Below the above picture is a blue room with blue carpet with musical signs on it. There are multiple bookshelves and a mechanized gypsy display along the walls. There are four red chairs with armrests for reading. Gobo can be seen near the chairs with a book. There is a counter and a cashier for purchasing comic book issues.

    Page 3:
    MAE WONG'S CHINESE TAKE-OUT: 7 Heather Heights.
    Enjoy Eastern elegance as you dine with lots of rice, sushi, and other entrees.
    At top is a picture of a light lavendar room with a sushi bar, made of black and with horns or something on the top. A brunette woman is ordering sushi from the vendor. The floor is covered with a reed mat.

    BAT BOLT & SKULL TOY SHOP: 9 Heather Heights.
    We've got everything from icky to gross to awesomely macabre!
    Below the above picture is a room seemingly made out of dirt and roots. A dragon-themed female vendor is selling stuff from a dragon-shaped cart. There is a stone fireplace. Boober Fraggle can be seen talking to the vendor.

    Page 4:
    KERMIT & PIGGY'S HONEYMOON RETREAT: 2 Chris Serf Street.
    We have six romantic rooms, each with a unique style for the lovers and dreamers like you!
    At top is a picture of a room like a log cabin interior, with antlers on the wall, a wooden sleigh bed with blue bedspread, and a large potted plant. A brunette woman is facing the camera.

    TUXEDO TIMES JUNCTION: 4 Chris Serf Street.
    Deck your male out in our very finest to make that occasion extra special!
    Below the above picture is taken from the Somebody's Getting Married number in Muppets Take Manhattan, with a small penguin staring at mannequins and a mirrored wall in the back and shelves of tuxedo parts on the right. The walls are light blue.
  4. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Originally by RedPiggy...

    Hensonville Museum District Brochure.
    The brochure is again in two image files and is tri-fold. Both sides have a light purple top blending in to a darker purple on bottom.

    Brochure Back:
    Brochure Back
    The pages are, from left to right, 5, 6, and 1.

    Page 1: The title page.
    A large picture is at top showing an industrial and technology-heavy large room. Overlapping at the bottom left of the first picture is a small vertical picture of a firefighter in a yellow uniform extinguishing a fire in a home. At the bottom in green-blue lettering is HENSONVILLE MUSEUM DISTRICT in all caps.

    Page 5:
    MUPPET MUSEUM OF ART: 42 Mullen Terrace.
    A great way to express yourself! Enjoy our sense of the quirky classic!
    At top is a picture of a large room with red carpet and wallpaper suggesting the opening to TMS with arch and curtain designs. The windows are colorful bubbles increasing in size as they go up toward the ceiling. There are pop art paintings, a scarecrow, a strange statue called "Space Chicken", a multicolored mobile on a dark post, a sculpture reminiscent of balloon animals, a huge Jack-o' lantern, and some white wooden yard chairs for resting facing a small windmill.

    MALLORY GALLERY: 50 Marty Robinson Street.
    Only the most fabulous works find themselves here! Now with increased security measures for your safety!
    Below the above is a picture of an ornate room with purple textured walls and brownish carpet and thin rectangular patterned rugs in front of each door, which consists of a stone arch. There is a huge ceramic wall hanging of a woman rising up, various portraits of stuffy-looking Victorian types, a grandfather clock, a smaller ceramic wall hanging similar to classic Greek or Roman reliefs of groups of people. In the center of the room is a rug like Aladdin's Magic Carpet with a water fountain on top of it, which appears to be a marble woman pouring water into a small basin. It is surrounded by statues and vases.

    Page 6:
    FAIRYTALE PHARMACY: 52 Marty Robinson Street.
    Your health is our business! Disclaimer: Transformations and comic environmental manipulations may occur. Please consult your witch doctor. He'll tell you what to do.
    At top is a picture of an average-sized room with dark wood panel walls and what looks like hay or straw for a floor. An old man is standing next to a cash register shaped like an old purple gypsy tent. There is a table behind him with various seeds and plants for sale. In the center of the room are food and herb displays.

    FROGGON HEART FIREFIGHTERS TOWER: 54 Marty Robinson Street.
    A dedicated team that will warm your heart! Too bad they don't know how to start a fire....
    Below the above is a picture of the same firefighter picture as on page 1. He is battling a fire in front of a brick fireplace in a small home with blue walls, hardwood flooring, and old family portraits above the mantle. An empty bird cage is beside the fireplace.


    Brochure Front:
    Brochure Front
    From left to right, the pages are 2, 3, and 4.

    Page 2:
    MUSEUM OF IMPOSSIBLE TECHNOLOGIES (MIT): 8 Chris Serf Street.
    Where the future is being made today!
    At top is a picture of steel walls and wavy blue flooring in a large room. There is a small neon blue circular clock on the wall, small chairs, and counter space to give the impression of a futuristic version of Honeydew's lab. Beside the counters is a small table with a head in a jar. The lights are pink and yellow fluorescents (don't ask me, that's all they had in the game). There is a chess set on a table in the foreground. A tv studio camera can be seen at the bottom. A modern red abstract sculpture is at right. A woman is typing on a computer at right. There is a large painting of an alien world, with white egg-shaped chairs on either side.

    MUFF 'YN' FLUFF BAKERY: 11 Prell Lane.
    Just the place to chew the fat with down-home cooking.
    Below the above picture is a warm kitchen-like environment with dark wood, beige marble, and brown tile. The backsplash of the stove has many tiles with apple designs on them and a rack of copper pots hanging at the top. The fridge is wooden on the outside like a cabinet. Various people are standing around talking.

    Page 3:
    ENIGMA LAIN THEATER SUPPLY: 13 Prell Lane.
    Don't take anything for granted here or you may wind up wishing life was just a dream....
    There is only one picture, which is at the top. It is a dark room with hardwood floors. Mokey Fraggle can be seen walking past displays of masks and other props.

    Page 4:
    CASA BRANDON: 15 Prell Lane.
    A lovely house with fantastic blue shutters, warm and inviting bricks, a basement used for experiments that could put Dr. Honeydew to shame! Stop on by! Nora and her family would love the company!

    ENCHANTED EXHIBITION HALL: 28 Marty Robinson Street.
    This museum is dedicated to showing you just how wide and how far and how real the universe is!
    The bottom part of the page has two narrow vertical pictures. The first picture is of a room with red and gold carpet and red and black-striped wallpaper. A man is walking by a four-sided display of male portraits. The second picture is a small room with old wooden floors and dark blue walls with black bat designs. There is a stone stage with an oval pool. On the right of the stage is a large golden sarcophagus with a mummy inside.
  5. RedPiggy

    RedPiggy Well-Known Member

    University of Hensonville District (back)

    This brochure, both front and back has a papyrus-like texture for the background. The back is divided into three columns. Left to right are pages 5, 6, and 1.

    Page 1: A Sims picture of Boober Fraggle sitting at a computer desk playing on the computer in a fancy library with red walls and dark green curtains is the top picture. The bottom picture is a colorful area with yellow walls, wood flooring, flowers, flags, and a magician's table set up. Digit is seen in his white lab coat (and glasses, but that's only due to Sims' putting some on him) accidentally setting fire to his head. Title: University of Hensonville District.

    Page 5: A close-up picture of the Swedish Chef singing with scores of vegetables is seen. Title: Everybody Eats Description: 102 Mazzarino End. Do you suffer from culinary indecision? Well, here at Everybody Eats, it doesn't matter because we serve it all! Non-sentient food available as well!

    Page 6 is blank.

    University of Hensonville District (front)
    The page numbers left to right are 2, 3, and 4.

    Page 2: Three pictures, all of which take place in a room with wood floors and wood paneling on the walls. The top picture is a couple of tables and chairs with Dr. Teeth reading a book at one table and Janice reading a book behind him at another table. The middle picture sees a well-dressed Johnny Fiama singing on a stage as Animal plays guitar (they don't have drums in my Sims game, sorry) in the corner. The bottom picture sees Digit drinking a potion in front of a large chemistry set. Title: University of Hensonville Description: No matter what you need to know, the University of Hensonville is here to accommodate all! From science to magic to math to music, we'll stuff your head with more than just foam!

    Page 3: An external night shot of the townhouse from Letters to Santa is the top picture, with Statler in the window to the left and Rizzo, Fozzie, and Kermit (and an obscured Gonzo) in front of the front door. The bottom picture is an interior shot of the townhouse hallway, with Pepe peeking out of his door. Title: Dorms Description: Everyone needs a place to stay! With just a quick PM, you can be on your way! Very reasonable, tight-knit community with an eye for fun!

    Page 4: The top picture is a shot of the Doc Hopper's fast food chain kiosk at Bitterman Mall, with "Just Kidding" written beside it. The bottom picture is of Daniel and Kermit sitting in the open area of Bitterman Mall with Christmas decorations behind them. Title: Hensonville Mall Description: 220 Ganz-Cooney Street. New to Hensonville! Shop at these fine locations: Party Madness Store, Smiling Mask Theater, FR Jewelers, Pinball Count Arcade, Deep Freeze Parlor, Fur and Fleece and Everything Neece Adoption Center, Christy's Bar and Grill, Bunsen-Burner Apothecary, and Manzano School Supplies.
  6. RedPiggy

    RedPiggy Well-Known Member

    West Hensonville District (back)
    Both sides are like a reverse sunset, with yellow at the top blending into red at the bottom. I'll assume you know the page number layout by now.

    Page 1: The top pic is of the modern Hooper's Store, with the teeny red-and-gold striped awning. Snuffy and Big Bird are in front. The bottom pic is Mr. Tarkanian standing behind his desk with a United States map and three golden trophies behind him. Title: WEST HENSONVILLE

    Page 5: A picture of the other half of the newsroom from the Great Muppet Caper. Fozzie and Kermit are standing near Tarkanian's desk while Gonzo is dangling from a light above them. Title: Hensonville Observer Description: 2111 Carroll Street. STOP THE PRESSES! We have all the news you need, all the news you want, and all the news you'd rather not know!

    Page 6: A picture of Kermit and Flash in the monitor-filled control room of Muppet Central. Title: KMUP TV Studio Description: 213 Carroll Street. A television studio with hundreds of broadcast channels available. Hopefully we'll have holographic signals coming to a house near you!

    West Hensonville (front)

    Page 2: A dark shot of Count von Count behind a wall with flowerpots on them. Title: Fran's Fragrant Flowers Description: 101 West Henson Street. Just the place to brighten your day!

    Lower on the page, without pictures is the following:
    Also try:
    Beth's Clock Shop, 103 W. Henson Street
    Jim's Coffee Shop, 105 W. Henson Street
    Prop-up Workshop, 98 Sahlin Trail

    Page 3: Without pictures, the top text reads:
    You'll love going to:
    Upper Crust Bakery, 111 Oznowitz Drive
    Coming Unbound Bookshop, 113 Oznowitz Drive
    Penny Candyman's Sweet Shop, 115 Oznowitz Drive

    The bottom pic is a nighttime shot of the exterior of the Muppet Theater from VMX. Title: Muppet Theater Description: 117 Oznowitz Drive. It's time to play the music, it's time to light the lights, it's time to start the show tonight!

    Page 4: The same shot of Hooper's from Page 1. Title: Hensonville Hooper's Store Description: 201 Brill Drive. Come on in to your friendly neighborhood market and soak in some nostalgia!

    The bottom text isn't accompanied by pictures.
    Also check out:
    Three Candles Library, 203 Brill Drive
    Mail-It-In Computer Services, 205 Brill Drive

    Note: All that's left really is East and South Hensonville, which I'll do Wednesday.
  7. RedPiggy

    RedPiggy Well-Known Member

    Sorry for the delay. Got distracted by LOST, LOL.

    South Hensonville District (Back)
    The background of both brochures is blue on top and sandy beige on bottom. I realize now that would probably fit better with East Hensonville, so sue me.

    Page 1: The top picure is an interior classroom with yellow walls, two students in the foreground, and a painting of George Washington in the background. The bottom picture is of Karen Prell operating Red during that sing-along at a convention. Title: South Hensonville District.

    Page 5: A picture of Grover holding a pizza as he stands in a doorway. Behind him is a raised platform with various objects on it, and a green awning. Title: Juhl's Pizza Parlor. Description: 325 Lisa Henson Promenade. Fast cheesy goodness coming up! With any toppings you can imagine, Juhl's Pizza Parlor is a cut above the rest!

    Page 6: A picture of Dave Goelz and Gonzo and Kevin Clash and Elmo at a conference panel. Title: Muppeteer Convention Hall. Description: 327 Lisa Henson Promenade. Designed for massive get-togethers, this convention hall is the place to gather and talk to the 4th wall breaking Muppeteers or at least celebrate their timeless antics.

    South Hensonville District (front)
    Page 2: An exterior shot of a dark school with white trim, with four floors. There is a stone wall and iron gate in the front. From one of the Roosevelt Franklin SST clips. Title: Phillip Casson High School Description: 311 Cheryl Hill. Not yet ready to enter college or get a job? Get yourself prepared to learn how to be awesome!

    Also check out:
    Puppetry Workshop, 313 Cheryl Hill

    Page 3: The picture shows the Grim Reaper or the Ghost of Christmas Future with dark gray robes and spindly limbs standing in a dark and foreboding cemetary with a chapel behind him. Title: Rainbow Memories Cemetary Description: 312 Maury Street. The Grim Reaper's here to prove we're more than just working stiffs!

    Page 4: A shot of the interior set of Bears on Patrol, with Link at the captain's desk, Fozzie on the right, and Beaker in the middle. A drawing of Zoot on a wanted poster is in the background. Title: Hensonville Police Department Description: 321 Lisa Henson Promenade. We're always on the lookout for a good crook or two!

    Also check out:
    Stitch in Time Tailors, 323 Lisa Henson Promenade
  8. RedPiggy

    RedPiggy Well-Known Member

    Okay, last one:

    East Hensonville (back)
    Each brochure is a soft greenish-blue.

    Page 1: Title at top: East Hensonville District. The top picture is Sims Boober riding in a spooky half-rotten-looking rollercoaster. The middle picture is a picture of the Docks from Sesame Street (the Golden An sketch), with a crescent moon in the background. The bottom picture is a group shot of Jenny, Pete, Ronnie, and Mr. Crawford backstage.

    Page 5: The picture is a square restaurant from CafeWorld on Facebook. There are red ceramic tiles on the floor, maroon walls, ball-shaped Chinese lamps, flags, three rows of elegant black Ming-style tables and chairs, a row of stoves on the left and a row of counters on the right. Ming vases and lights join several different kinds of trees. Title: House of the Rising Dim Sun Restaurant Description: 131 East Henson Street. We're open from sunset to sunrise! Enjoy the nightlife with Dim Sun!

    Page 6: The upper picture has Digit riding on a brightly-colored circus-themed rollercoaster, heading toward a giant clown face. The bottom picture is Gobo in a lab coat on a stone stage trying to coax a mummy out of a golden sarcophagus. Title: All Around the World Amusement Park Description: 234 Whitmire Wharf (near Docks). Rollercoasters, haunted houses, skydiving simulators -- whatever floats your boat! Now our boats have bottoms!

    East Hensonville (front)

    Page 2: The picture has a full auditorium of well-dressed patrons. Title: Jane Nebel Theater Description: 121 East Henson Street. None of that barely bankrupt vaudeville for us! We specialize in the overcharged, um, high quality shows you've come to expect! Please wear formal wear. PS: Penguins cannot argue color of feathers equals a tuxedo.

    Page 3: No pictures, only text. Also feast your eyes on:
    Pigs in a Blanket Tanning Salon, 123 East Henson Street
    Friendly's Restaurant, 125 East Henson Street

    Page 4: Top picture is Floyd playing his guitar. Title: Mr. Baseman's Basics Music Store Description: 127 East Henson Street. From instruments to groovy threads, chill out here or be square out there! The bottom picture is a woman frantically looking through a rack of costumes, from The Great Muppet Caper, before Piggy is conned into joining the fashion show. Title: Wardrobe Disasters Clothiers Description: 129 East Henson Street. For the shopper who's willing to experiment, we're not sure if it's classy or crazy!
  9. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Room #1.

    A dark mahogany door with the room number swings open to reveal the entirety of our dormroom layout. Ghostly grayed tiling coats the floor's surface, thin
    groutlines visible between them. After entering past the main door, the bat-room is to your right (northwestern corner). There's a sink with soapdish,
    block of soap, and mirrored cabinets with toothpaste and toothbrush and electric shaver. We have a toilet, videt, and shower/tub stall with bat-printed
    shower curtains. Three towels hang from bat-stanchion hooks on the wall: Uncle D's, gray with yellow glowy eyes; Count's, beige with brown bats; and mine,
    brown with a white 13.

    The western wall houses our entertainment areas. Travelling upwards from the bat-room (northwestern corner) to the first window (southwestern corner): Tomb
    TV, the big screen television set with machinery underneath to pop in either movies or DVD's, roped off by a muted yellowish couch big enough for all three
    of us to sit on, or for one to recline in lazily. Morg Music, the Count's bat-organ which either he or Uncle D are adept at playing with a deck for popping
    in CD's of our fave music. Funeral Furnace, a gothic-mouthed fireplace flanked by two armchairs. My Riddler-esque nagging stick leans against this, whereas
    a rack of DVD's or fanfic audio books line the shelf above the mantle. This allows for guests who appear from black flames to sit down and rest a while
    as they visit with familiar spooks.

    At the top, between both windows (south central spot), there are two main items. First is our shared wardrobe closet. This houses, from left to right: dress
    pants, jeans, vests, polo shirts, dress shirts, coats or cloaks, and capes. loafer shoes and dress shoes are on the bottom racks, only four pairs
    as Uncle Deadly doesn't wear shoes. Above the closet is the central cooling core or I.C.E. unit, radiating a pleasing temperature for the whole living
    quarters from gentle breezes to chilling conditions.

    Running down from the second window (southeastern corner) to the bottom left (northeastern corner) are our individual subrooms. Count's is first (top),
    Uncle Deadly next (middle), mine last (bottom). The subrooms—as well as the closet and bat-room doors—all open as if they were sliding doors, kind of like
    those on Star Trek's starships. Digit helped install these, it helps with gaining access without knocking into anything. There's also an access tunnel
    that runs through all three rooms, just a little bit aways from the sliding doors. An arched canopy held
    aloft by columns at its entrances for least obtrusion possible creates the tunnel joining these subrooms.

    Ed's Room: The bed is pushed back almost against the eastern wall. It's covered in muted whitened sheets and matching pillowcases, along with a folded
    greenish blanket near its head. A computer desk with its own rolling chair and Ed's dresser drawer line the top (southern) wall. A second TV set is mounted
    on a sort of wooden harness
    above the dresser. The bottom (northern) wall is dominated by a large three-bodied shelving unitshielded by magnetically locked doors, like the fridges
    at the supermarket. This is where Ed keeps his Muppets action figure collection. One locker is for the MIB/MOC items, the second has the Backstage and
    main Muppet characters, and the third has the photography shelf (reserved for a prime piece of real estate from NYC).

    Up on the wall behind Ed's bed and computer unit is a World Map featuring various logos of my favorite franchises, with pin-on-pin figures surrounding the
    designated blocks. The map works as follos
    Block 1: Cartoon Corner, the upper lefthand corner sixpack block.
    Looney Tunes, with a pin-on-pin Bugs Bunny in his black tux, standing next to the WB shield.
    Josie and the Pussycats, pin-on-pin of Josie McCoy wailing on guitar in her pussycat costume.
    Scooby-Doo, the chief canine bursting through his dogtag logo, pin-on-pin Daphne Blake holding a magnifying glass locket.
    Peanuts, with the main gang lined up in front of Snoopy's doghouse.
    Garfield & Friends, the big orange cat dominating the window corner of his logo.
    Spider-Man, splayed out in a crawling pose upon his own strewn weblike netting.

    Block 2: The Disney Afternoon, the upper center sixpack block.
    Ducktales.
    Rescue Rangers, with pin-on-pin Gadget tightening the logo's lightningbolt with her wrench.
    Talespin.
    Darkwing Duck, with pin-on-pin Morgana McCawber casting a misty fog over the logo itself.
    Goof Troop.
    Bonkers.

    Block 3: Warner's Lot, the upper righthand corner sixpack block.
    Tiny Toon Adventures, with a pin-on-pin figure of Fifi LeFume on the outside of the rainbow ringlike logo.
    Winks Club.
    Batman, prominently seen by its bat-emblem, pin-on-pin Batgirl and Poison Ivy on the oval's edges.
    Animaniacs, the Warner siblings in their respective spots in the shield.
    Pokemon, represented by that little yellow rodent.
    Yu-Gi-Oh, the Dark Magician, Elemental Hero Neos, and Stardust Dragon uniting the three series.

    Block 4: Henson Kingdom, the lower lefthand corner sixpack block, directly beneath the Cartoon Corner's sixpack.
    The Muppet Show, it's classic sign embossed onto red curtaining.
    Sesame Street, the iconic lamppost and street sign with pin-on-pin Big Bird leaning on it.
    Fraggle Rock, the classic orin logo embossed onto a rocklike wall.
    Hensonville City, representing all other Henson productions.
    The townhouse with Kermit flag is front and center, the EM bus and Countmobile flanking its sides.
    Alice in Wonderland, represented by the tea party scene with Alice holding a teacup.
    Castle Disney with King Mickey and Queen Minnie, Donald, Goofy, and pin-on-pin Maleficent.

    Block 5: Toon Disney All-Stars, the lower center sixpack block, directly beneath the Disney Afternoon sixpack.
    The Little Mermaid, represented by its respective movie poster, pin-on-pin Ariel seated on the rock surrounded by friends.
    American Dragon, Jake Long.
    Aladdin, represented by its respective movie poster, comfortably riding the Magic Carpet above the Aggravanian city square.
    Hercules, represented by its respective movie poster, surrounded by mythic monsters and various Greek gods and godesses.
    Kim Possible, pin-on-pin Kim hanging from her grappler, hooked to the diamond logo.
    Lilo and Stitch, represented by its respective movie poster, the main characters seen beneath the tropical Hawaiian palm trees with fellow experiments/cousins.

    Block 6: Halloween Horrors, the lower righthand corner sixpack block, directly beneath the Warner's Lot.
    The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy.
    Gargoyles, with Goliath perched above the main castle tower.
    Tales From the Crypt, the Cryptkeeper in his armchair and pin-on-pin of the Undertaker.
    Tim Burton World, mostly Nightmare Before Christmas, but with a few additions.
    Pin-on-pin figures of Lydia Deetz, Sally, and Emily the Corpse Bride rim the sign to Halloween Town.
    Harry Potter, represented primarily by the Hogwarts castle.
    The Haunted Mansion, with a pin-on-pin of Jessica Rabbit being spooked by a few flying bats.

    Block 7: Arcade Wizards, an additional center sixpack block, directly beneath Disney Afternoon and Toon Disney (for now).
    Mega Man, written in pyramid form, the hero's blue helmet resting beneath.
    Carmen Sandiego, piloting her hovercraft, directly in front of the Acme Detective Agency A-logo.
    Super Mario Brothers, represented by the image of Raccoon Mario from SMB 3.
    Ghostbusters, the iconic "No Ghosts" logo occupying the center of the black square.
    Ms. Pac-Man, a pin-on-pin figure of a woman with the Pac-head as a sort of orbital helmet lounging atop the center boxsquare containing the logo, with added
    maze-like ledges.
    Power Rangers, exemplified by the classic Mighty Morphin' logo, though it represents all series.

    Uncle D's Room: Crossing through the tunnel to the middle room, this is perhaps the plainest of the trio. UD's bed is also pushed against the eastern wall,
    covered in ghostly white sheets and pillowcases, with a ratty black blanketed comforter. Movie posters of Vincent Price—his hero—, the Witches of Eastwick,
    The Nightmare Before Christmas, and Friday the 13th hang behind his bed. He has his own dresser drawer up on the southern wall, a framed portrait of his
    love, Auntie Eleanor and a small bottle of Eau de Doom are perched atop its surface. He has a writing desk and matted well-worn armchair in the opposite
    wall's spot
    across from the dresser. Uncle D prefers to sit and read other's fanfics, often getting a copy of them first to read to Ed and the Count, sometimes acting
    out the parts. That's why he has such a wide space in the center of his room... Once the ghostlike spotlights in the ceiling turn on, the stage is set
    for him to ham it up once he reaches for an eerie mask from his room's walls.

    Count's Room: Again, the bed is pushed up against the wall. This bed features a muted yellowish set of sheets, printed with brown bats. His pillows and
    comfy numbered comforter complete the ensemble. Upon the wall behind his bed we can see an enlargened posterboard. This serves to show off all the souls
    gathered within the haunts of his Numbervanian homeland. Once a new haunter's write-up has been completed and drawn by an illustrator friend, a new card
    square gets added to the posterboard. Its current designed features a total of 800 haunters arranged in four side-by-side squares of a hundred each up above,
    mirrored by another four squares of a hunred down below. Like Ed, his room also has a master display shelving unit along the northern wall. Here we witness
    PVC figurines of all the haunters in
    varying groupings throughout the shelving unit. The bottommost ledge holds the Cube of Darkness—though it looks more rectangularly boxish—useful for
    transporting the complete collection of figurines. The Count also has a dresser drawer along the southern wall corner of his room, with a framed
    portrait of Countess Dahling standing there. The open window connects onto a perching bar for Batty and a few other bats when they choose to slumber. Fatatatita
    has her own kitty bed, though she's more of a grown-up black cat, hidden towards the head of the Count's bed so she doesn't get stepped on when he gets
    out of his own in the morning or middle of the night.

    Hope you like the tour.
  10. Katzi428

    Katzi428 Well-Known Member

    Apt 2

    Welcome to Apartment 2!Wipe your feet before you come in!:)
    As you come in there is a bright tidy kitchen to your left with cookbooks lined on a shelf. The oven, ,microwave & coffee maker are there (even though Chef's the only one that drinks coffee) There are pastel canisters containing sugar,flour and coffee. There's an island in the middle with a ceramic cat.This contains Gaffer's kitty treats. Next to the ceramic cat is a jar that has likenesses of Sesame Street's favorite cookie muncher.That is the jar for human treats!(cookies or whatever).
    The refrigerator/freezer is almond colored and the freezer makes water,crushed ice & cubed ice. The kitchen table is rectangular with six seats.
    The living room is painted a sunny yellow & has a big screen TV and DVD/TiVo player. There's a 3 foot high closet full of DVDs. A Wii is also there. There's also a stereo with a cabinet full of CDs A piano (that's very well taken care ofahemthank you!...you're welcome...now keep working on your room,please) anyway there are piano books piled neatly on the piano. For furniture we have a blue recliner, a red leather couch and a green chair that has an ottoman.There's also a computer in the living room.We also have a cute little kitty bed that has her toys in it The carpet throughout is sky blue.
    In the bathroom we have...OOPS! Sorry Chef! Well right now in the bathroom we have an indisposed Swede! Well you've seen one bathroom you've seen them all!But if you insist on a description,it's lavender with a marble sink ,towel closet with a white wooden door, The toilet,sink and tub are also white.
    Now we come to the bedrooms:
    Here we have Rosita's room.It's purple .She has a map of Mexico hanging on her wall and a white dresser. On her dresser is a picture of her & her family.The carpet on her rug is rose colored.In the corner of her room is her guitar.She has light blue sheets on her bed.
    Next we come to Robin's room:It's green: His dresser is wooden & brown. His dresser is full of things! A picture of his Uncle Kermit, a picture of his parents a picture of Prairie,Rosita,Chef,me & him & a picture of him and me.Plus he has Frog Scout trophies. He has camoflague sheets on his bed. The rug is lime green.
    Prairie's room is next:Her room is light pink.She has a few programs from plays matted in plastic on her dresser.Some books on a shelf overhead.A picture of piano keys and a rose over the keys. Her sheets have hot air balloons on them. The rug in her room is magenta
    Chef's room: Tan...very tidy He has a few recipe books on his dresser & some books (in Swedish I think) and a picture of his family on his nightside table.He has white sheets and a red blanket .The carpet in his room is orange.
    Grover's room: Blue with royal blue carpeting.His room has a dresser with a picture of him and his mommy on it.He has light blue sheets on his bed and a few books about superheroes on a bedside table.
    Now, my room: Pink but a different shade of pink than Prairie's..An autographed picture of Garfield hangs over my bed.An autographed picture of Jim Henson & Kermit is on my nightstand. My bed has flowered sheets. Across from my bed is my TV& next to it is my CD player & DVD player,My computer desk is there & on it are pictures of my family. My dresser has pictures of my family too (HV family included ;))
    Birthdays for us are as follows:
    Swedish Chef:January 19
    Gaffer:February 14
    Me:April 28
    Prairie:Aug.3
    Robin:Aug.16
    Grover:Oct.14
    Rosita: Dec.7
  11. redBoobergurl

    redBoobergurl Well-Known Member

    Apt 3

    When you enter you are in a large shared living space decked out with a big comfy couch and chair, tons of bean bag chairs and pillows all set up around an entertainment center stocked with TV/VCR, Wii, PS3 and many games. An upright piano is also off to the side of the room.

    To the right is a kitchen shaped like an "L" with counter space and stools at the counter for people to sit. Next to the kitchen is a smallish dining room table that seats up to six people.

    To the left of the living room is a hallway that leads to a bathroom and two bedrooms.

    The first bedroom is Cookie Monster and Rowlf's room - on Cookie's side is a bed with blue and green sheets with cookies printed on them. He has a bookcase with many recipe books. Hanging on the wall are pictures of famous chefs. Rowlf's side has a large dog bed with red blankets. He has a smaller electronic keyboard and stand. He has pictures on the wall of famous musicians such as Elton John and Billy Joel and on his nightstand is a picture of his girlfriend Wanda the Cat (OOC: not sure yet if I'll bring her back again or not)

    The second bedroom is Red's and Beth's room - Beth has a simple bed with purple blankets, stuffed penguin and teddy bear. Pictures on the walls of family and friends. Desk with a computer right near her bed. Red's side has her famous hammock and slide set up that we've had from the first time we lived together. Various medals and trophys from swimming extravaganzas are everywhere and pictures of her friends from Fraggle Rock. In the corner of the room is a Fraggle hole so she can come and go from the Rock if she pleases.
  12. Puckrox

    Puckrox Well-Known Member

    Apt 10

    How do you do, and welcome to Apartment 10!

    You’re immediately faced with a green door with a brass #10 on it. Notice how the knob is a bit lower than usual doors to accommodate our, err, smaller residents. Open the door and step right in!

    The main living space is a fairly large room. The walls are a light shade of blue, with gray shag carpeting. To your right is the kitchen area, located in the corner nearest the front door, which consists of a small counter space which holds a coffee maker (primarily used by Julia), a microwave, a toaster, and a sink. There are cabinets above the counter that old all plates, bowls, and other items needed for eating. An oven with a stove top stands on one side of the counter and a white refrigerator stands on the other. The sink is filled with dirty dishes and the refrigerator is packed with an assortment of food. Nothing gourmet, really just simple foods.

    On the other side of the kitchen, on the left wall, is a door that leads to the bathroom. There is the main part of the bathroom, which has white tiles and blue wallpaper, where there are three sinks (two of which have stepping stools) at one counter that stand in front of a long mirror. There is a cabinet to the side that holds any grooming supplies needed. Then there are two doors, one leading to the toilet and the other leading to the tub/shower. Now, back out to the main room.

    In the middle of the living space is a large, comfy bright green sofa that is great for crashing on when too tired to journey back to a bedroom. The sofa faces a massive TV, the height of six Rizzos. Underneath the TV is a DVD/VHS player, a Wii, an Xbox 360, and a PS2. To the TV’s right is a bookshelf stacked with dozens upon dozens of DVDs, and the bottom shelf is filled with videogames, board games, and puzzles.

    You’ll see on the wall facing the door you first entered from, there are three doors. One large purple door in the middle, with two slightly smaller doors to each side. First, let’s go through the smaller door on the right.

    Rizzo’s room
    : Rizzo’s room is fairly simplistic. He has a tiny bed as which to sleep on, and a tiny dresser to keep track of his shirts, jackets, and hats. He has a mini fridge all for his own self enjoyment, and a nightstand to keep all his trickets and knick knacks. He also has a small bookshelf to hang on to the few books and other items he has. Now, back out to the living space and through the other tiny door.

    Pepe’s room
    : Pepe has a hammock hanging in the far left corner. He also owns a large mirror, a large dresser for all his various costumes and clothing, a bookshelf, and a tanning bed, so he can always be in prime condition. His walls have multiple posters of beautiful women hung all around. There is a door on his right wall, and if you go through it you'll find a jacuzzi.

    Julia’s room
    : Finally, through the large door! Julia has a very college-esque dorm. Her unmade bed is tucked away in the far right corner. A desk sits against the right wall, with stacks of books/papers on it, along with her beloved laptop. A black swivel chair sits in front of the desk. On the other side of her bed is a large bookshelf which holds her array of books, plays, and graphic novels. In the lower right hand corner is a small table that has a mirror and all of her make up/feminine products. Posters of Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, Blues Brothers, LOST, and theatre productions litter her walls. The one really nice thing about her room is the walk in closet. It’s not a very large closet, but allows for her to contain all her clothes and shoes.

    And that's been the tour! Hope you enjoy your stay!

    :rolleyes::shifty:
  13. Skeeter Muppet

    Skeeter Muppet Active Member

    Apartment #6

    When you walk through the door of the apartment you enter a cozy-looking living room. A sofa large enough for four Fraggles and a Silly Creature sits against one wall, and a small entertainment center with a television, VCR and DVD/Blu-Ray player is against the other. There are a few pictures on the walls, of Kim, the Fraggles and the Minstrels.

    The kitchen has all the common appliances- stove, oven, microwave, refrigerator and dishwasher. The fridge and cupboards are fully stocked with everyone's favorite foods including enough Doozer sticks to keep the Fraggles satisfied. The table is round and big enough for everyone to sit around comfortably. On the wall next to the fridge is a large calender to keep track of everyone's activities, complete with color-coding.

    Kim's room is fairly neat with a full-sized bed, nightstand with bedside lamp and a dresser. The bed is made with burgandy sheets, a purple blanket and a quilt with white, olive green and lavender patches. There's a bookcase near the door that holds Kim's books, including her Nancy Drew collection, her Bible and favorite Christian fiction, assorted Muppet-related literature and Adventures in Odyssey audiobooks. The bottom shelf is reserved for library books. There's a small desk with her laptop on it as well as her Nook, iPod and the wireless printer.

    Next door to Kim's room is Gillis' room. Gillis has a twin-sized bed with an olive-green comforter, a desk at which to compose music, a cozy armchair for sitting and reading and a keyboard to help him compose. The drawers of Gillis' desk are stocked with staff paper as well as all of his batons. On top of the desk are a few pictures: one of the Minstrels, one of Brio by herself and another of Richard Hunt. He also has a small bookcase that holds his CD collection.

    Next to Gillis' room is the apartment's only bathroom. It's a full bath, with toilet, sink, and tub/shower set-up.

    Across the hall from Kim and Gillis are the "kids" rooms. First is Boober's which, like his cave, is impeccably neat. The futon with its tan sheets and blue-green blanket is neatly made, and his desk and dresser are free from clutter. Boober has three different hampers in his bedroom to make sorting his laundry easier.

    Next door to Boober is Tosh's room. Like Boober Tosh has a futon bed only hers is made with a plum-colored quilt. In addition to her bookcase where part of her Fraggle Pebble collection is displayed, and her desk. There is also a large dog bed and a blanket for Beast. All of Beast's toys are kept in the closet. In another corner, well away from Beast's, is Tosh's moss-collecting basket.

    Mimzy's room is on the other side of Tosh's. It's similar in set-up to Tosh's, except that instead of a futon Mimzy has a loft-type bed. Underneath her loft bed is a beanbag chair as well as her moss-collecting basket. Mimzy keeps her pebble collection in the topmost drawer of her nightstand. In each of the Fraggles' rooms there is a tunnel opening leading to Fraggle Rock so that they can return there whenever they feel the need.

    -Kim
  14. Muppet Newsgirl

    Muppet Newsgirl Active Member

    Welcome to room 4 - somehow we got all our things moved in with a minimum of difficulty, but we fear that the rickshaw we use to haul our things is very nearly on its last legs - er, wheels. But I digress.

    Main room: Cream-colored walls, wooden floors with area rugs in plum, gold and blue. Furniture includes a maroon sofa that has seen years of use, two armchairs and several beanbag chairs grouped around a coffee table. In one corner is a small table holding the television and video/DVD player, and nearby is our stereo system - an overhauled and souped-up Victrola that can play records, CDs and tapes and has a jack for people's MP3 players. In another corner is Storyteller's hut - this season she's going in for the moss agate look, with terra cotta pots of shrubs and flowers grouped hither and yon. Against one wall near the chairs is a well-filled bookshelf, and on the walls are various photos, paintings and posters.

    Kitchen: The kitchen has walls painted in a yellow ochre - sort of a pumpkin color, and a dark slate floor. There is a glass and wrought-iron table with chairs for five. On the counter are several teapots, a coffee maker and a recently purchased counter-top tandoori oven, next to bowls of fruit and vegetables and jars of spices.

    Bathroom: A full bath with the usual and necessary fixtures, with pale green walls and dark green tiles. On the walls are various prints of mountain and seascapes from around the world.

    Erin and Nora's room: Light indigo flocked wallpaper and dark blue carpet.
    On Nora's side of the room: Nora's white wrought-iron daybed, made up with a lilac-colored comforter and several floral-patterned pillows. The white wooden dresser has a pattern of cornflowers and forget-me-nots on it, and the bookshelf and rolltop desk are decorated likewise. The desk contains Nora's computer and several books, and more are to be found on the shelf. The walls have photos of Nora's family, a few landscape prints and pictures of famous authors.
    On Erin's side of the room: A futon-style bed made up with blue sheets, a multicolored quilt and several mismatched pillows. A bookshelf next to the bed is overflowing with books, and a lava lamp and various mementos sit on top. The dresser is likewise in same condition. The desk - a basic teak model - contains more books as well as Erin's computer. On the walls are rock posters, photos taken on various trips, as well as a silk wallhanging depicting Mt. Fuji.

    Scooter and Beige's room: Light orange wallpaper with thin turquoise stripes, and a dark green carpet.
    Scooter's side of the room: An oak bed covered with a green, orange and blue quilt, and pillows in same colors. Next to the bed is a dresser and a desk, with Scooter's computer, his telescope and various Muppet Show mementos. Scooter's guitar leans up against the bed. On the walls are movie and rock posters, and photos of family and friends.
    Beige's side of the room: A bed styled after a niche in a cave, with the stalactites and stalagmites forming the four posters, and made up with blue linens. A small desk contains books and mementos from Fraggle Rock, and on top of Beige's dresser sits a miniature rock fountain, now plugged in and burbling away. For wall decor, Beige has selected several prints of cave-scapes.
  15. Katzi428

    Katzi428 Well-Known Member

    Edit for Chef's birthday...it's March 19.Sorry.
  16. WhiteRabbit

    WhiteRabbit Well-Known Member

    This is Room 7, y'all! Can ya dig it?

    Er...yesh, let's start with the tour. When one first steps inside of Room 7, they enter a medium-sided living room. The walls are white, but there's quite a few pictures around that make the place seem more lively. Most of them contain the roomies and their friends but there's a couple that Blind Pew put up himself. One of them is Jane Avril by Toulouse Lautrec and the other is The Bride by Stephen Gammell. Both are framed. In the middle of the room is a blue couch with a couple of wicker chairs on either side, some lamps, a coffee table, a TV, and the entertainment system. There's also a fan on the ceiling.

    Situated across from the living room is a small kitchen area. It's pretty standard with cabinets, a counter top, a sink, the fridge, the stove/oven, the microwave, and a couple of drawers beside the sink that contain supplies. There's also a place-mat and couple plastic bowls on the floor for Elizabeth's kitten. Blind Pew trips over them frequently.

    Moving to the right of the kitchen, there's a short hall which happens to be a dead end. There are six doors in the hall, three on each side.

    The first door on the left is the bathroom. There's a shower/bathtub, medicine cabinet, some curtains with owls on them, a window, a terlet, a sink, a little closet for the towels. It's...bathroomy?

    The second door on the left is Blind Pew's room? How does one describe this room? It's...delightfully...vile. The walls are painted a mossy green and the whole area stinks of seaweed and salt. The pirate has a couple pin-ups hanging on the walls; one of Ariel and one of Elizabeth Swann. There's random pirate-ish knick-knacks all over the place--maps plastered onto the walls, bobble-heads of Smee, Hook, Jack Sparrow, and Errol Flynn, some anchors and hooks, etc. The window's caked with sand and barnacles and Blind Pew prefers to sleep in a treasure chest instead of a bed. The downside is the loot inside is only Monopoly money and some Cap'n Crunch.

    The third door on the left is Ailie and Elizabeth's room. It has light blue walls, two twin beds, a window, a bureau, and a closet. It's a bit messy but easy to navigate around. There are posters of Carrie, The Devil's Rejects, The Who's Tommy, The Green Mile, and The Little Mermaid on the walls and a full-length mirror hanging on the closet door. Elizabeth's various dolls and toys are all over the place as well as her kitty's, who sleeps at the end of her bed. Ailie's drum-set is in a corner and in the corner opposite of that is a book-case.

    The first door on the right is Zoot's room. The walls are navy blue and there's a small closet, a bed, a window (with the curtains always drawn), a 12-inch TV that's probably from the early 80s, and a nightstand. On the nightstand is a couple small, framed pictures. One is of Wanda and the other is of himself and the rest of the band. There's a tall bookcase in the room that has a quite a few records on the first couple of shelves and the rest of the shelves are filled with books (what a dork XP). There's a couple of trippy charcoal drawings on the wall that the sax player did himself as well as posters of The Jazz Singer, Benny Goodman, Charlie Parker, The Doors, and Annie Hall.

    The second door on the right is Dr. Teeth's room. The walls are a crazy mix of red and orange and there's a few lava lamps on the shelf hanging over the bed. There's a closet, a shag rug, a window, a stereo, a record player, and a lot of classic rock, R&B, and Motown vinyls everywhere. There's also some posters of Jimi Hendrix, Aerosmith, Stevie Wonder, Shaft, Pam Grier, the French Quarter (from his hometown), Jefferson Airplane, Tupac, and the Rolling Stones.

    The third and last door on the right is Sammy's room. It has yellow walls with a border of ducks at the top of them, a crib with a mobile, a bureau, a small chair, a play-guitar on the floor, and a crud-ton of many other toys.

    This ends the tour to Room 7. XP
  17. Winslow Leach

    Winslow Leach Active Member

    Apartment #8

    When you walk in, you're in the large, spacious living area. A large sofa and three soft, comfy easy chairs are set around the room. Two small tables have magazines and books on them.

    Entertainment center contains a 32-inch TV; VCR and DVD player; stereo; CD rack. Large bookcase, containing pulp novels, non-fiction (mostly dealing with movies and theatre) and a lot of plays.

    The walls are adorned with vintage movie posters: A bout de souffle (Jean-Luc Godard); Phantom of the Paradise (Brian De Palma); Psycho (Alfred Hitchcock); Barry Lyndon (Stanley Kubrick); The Big Lebowski (Joel Coen); Goodfellas (Martin Scorsese); Cape Fear (Martin Scorsese); Inglourious Basterds (Quentin Tarantino).

    Open door on left side of room, and you're in Wayne's bedroom, which is a shrine to himself. Many pictures in many sizes hang on the walls, some color, some black and white. Several of the pics feature Wayne in some kind of musical theatre costume, including Harold Hill in The Music Man, Albert in Bye Bye Birdie and Curly in Oklahoma! The largest, a framed photo of Wayne as the Pirate King in The Pirates of Penzance, hangs over his bed. The king-sized bed is neatly made; next to bed is night stand with a framed picture of Wayne, autographed to himself. It reads, To Wayne. What a swell fellow. How can such talent be contained in one body? Keep up the good work! Yours, Wayne.

    Another door on the left side of room is the entrance to Floyd's hangout.

    The place is a sty; clothes everywhere; you can't walk in here without stepping on some article of clothing; posters include Black Sabbath; Alice Cooper; The Beatles; The Doors; Bob Dylan; and poets such as Allen Ginsberg and Lawrence Ferlinghetti; bed is plain, no frills; several bass guitars; a couple of amps; a guitar; microphone; closet has various stage outfits, including the "Sgt. Pepper" one from TMS; the focal point is a shrine to Frank Zappa: at least ten posters; a complete vinyl collection of Zappa's work; sheet music and other odds and ends.

    The right side of the room has three more doors.

    One is the entrance to Wanda's room. It is neat, with a writing desk, neatly-made bed and makeup table. Next to the bed is a small table, with a framed photo of Wanda and Zoot. A bookcase contains romance novels and books on musical theatre. On the walls hang framed pictures of Wanda's family: her parents; her brothers and sisters; two or three with Zoot.

    The next is the entrance to Animal's room. What can be said about this place? Tattered bed, various chew toys and paint splattered all over the walls greet the visitor; the room is dominated by a large drum set that would make Keith Moon proud.

    The last room belongs to Tony. Simple bed; small desk with computer; stereo with CDs stacked next to it; posters include Pee-wee Herman, John Lennon, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, the Stones and the Three Stooges. A talking Pee-wee doll hangs from the ceiling. Bookcase contains stuff on horror movies, novels by Jim Thompson, Raymond Chandler and Mickey Spillane; plays by Sam Shepard and David Mamet. Room smells of incense.

    Down a small hallway is a spacious closet. This is where Lefty lives.

    The sneak thief sleeps on a hammock; the floor is stacked with vintage and new Cracked magazines; jars of all sizes are spread out, containing nothing but nickels; on ceiling is an artist's rendition of a giant nickel, with Lefty's scowling face in place of Jefferson; "hot" items ready for the mook to sell; closet reeks of rotten fish, moldy clothes and other nasty stuff; room is lit by single bare bulb hanging from ceiling.

    Further down the hall is the bathroom.

    At the very end is a kitchen. Small stove, table and chairs; cabinets; refrigerator.
  18. newsmanfan

    newsmanfan Well-Known Member

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    Apartment #12

    The front door, which has a small corkboard with pushpins for messages, opens into an entry area separated from the living room by two half-walls of bookcases. The architecture of the entire apartment is reminiscent of 1910s Craftsman style: squared archways; geometric molding around the windows, doors, cornices and baseboards; a ceramic-tiled fireplace. Natural woods predominate in the furnishings, buffed to a glowing sheen of oak and maple. The windows are all either double-hung with framing vertical panes, or else entirely of stained glass. Hardwood floors throughout except in the baths, which have tiling.

    The entry area has a Victorian hall tree to the left (a large sort of bench seat, with numerous hooks above it for hats, coats, etc). To the right is a console table with space for roomies to deposit packages, keys, mail, etc. There are open doorways left and right leading to short hallways. Straight ahead is the main living area. The fireplace is large but low, and it’s instead the shelves to either side of it and above it which draw the eye – along with the combination of clear-paned and stained-glass windows above the bookshelves. The stained glass depicts various Muppets cavorting in a springy-green garden on the left side, and in an autumnal one on the right. The bookshelves hold art and photography books, books on Art Deco, Art Nouveau and the Craftsman movement, books on journalism, and a couple that are in some esoteric language of symbols. Also among the books are a small award statue, a fossil fish encased in sandstone, a raven cast in lead, and another award depicting a rat in a ballgown. Tall vases of curly willow with tiny lights twined among the branches sit where the shelves end at the room’s corners. A flatscreen TV is on the right-hand wall; abstract expressionist paintings in dark, muted earth tones are on the left. A sectional sofa in dark leather takes up most of the room, arranged in an L shape to accommodate fire-enjoying or TV/DVD watching. A plush wool rug covers the floor in front of the sofa, and a beat-up wooden steamer trunk serves as a coffee table. Lamps dangling from the ceiling and attached to the walls are all simple Prairie-style, with gold mica shades. This whole area smells clean and rather woodsy.

    From the entry, the left-hand hallway leads to a bathroom, a narrow linen closet, the study, Rhonda’s room, and at the far end, Newsie’s room.

    The bathroom looks updated: although the style is older, the tiles, the fixtures and the paint are all newer. Floor tiles are dark blue and white alternating, and the wall tiles are dark blue with a border at the top of blue-and-white ceramics depicting boats and the sea. This bathroom has a shower stall but no tub, the usual toilet and sink and ceramic holders on the walls for towels, etc. A small window is glazed for privacy.

    The small study is lined with bookshelves, containing all sorts of nonfiction and reference books: more journalism studies, current events, history, the complete OED, etc. An iMac tricked out in Steampunk style graces the desk (wooden frame for the screen, keyboard looks like an old typewriter, lots of additional unnecessary gears and cogs and LED lights cobbled on to the display). CDs and notebooks are wedged in among the bookshelves. A small window has wooden blinds to shut out any distractions, although the window may also be opened to let the fresh air in. The room smells of old paper and leather.

    Rhonda’s room is larger than one might expect for a rat. The walls are painted a soft cream so as not to contrast with everything else on them: gorgeous silk kimonos on hangers, framed newspaper writeups of shows she’s been in or worked for, Art Deco-era travel posters for Paris and Rome and Venice and London. Her bed is one of the round kind popularized in the ‘60s, with dark wine-colored satin sheets and a coverlet of very soft faux mink fur. Her wardrobe is enormous and features a rolling ladder so she can reach all of the racks of outfits stored inside. A cupboard beside the wardrobe houses her shoe collection, which rivals Piggy’s. A 1920s Deco vanity with a huge round mirror takes up the opposite wall from the wardrobe; numerous sticky notes to herself (“pick up drycleaning. Tell Goldie NO on Spam report”) and photos of herself with some of the other Muppet rats and with her Animal Show costars are taped to the edges of the mirror. Numerous small perfume vials, brushes, fur curlers, and makeup jars clutter the antique vanity. A lap-desk for her laptop computer is tucked beside the bed. A gorgeous multi-armed crystal chandelier hangs from the ceiling, and plush cream-colored carpet covers the floor – the only room fully carpeted. Her room’s scent changes depending on which perfume she’s favoring currently.

    The Newsman’s room is an exercise in utility and privacy. His plain, narrow bed is neatly made at all times (even with him in it), with plain white sheets and a very loud brown plaid comforter – which doesn’t quite match the orange-and-yellow plaid pillow sham – or the brown-and-yellow tab curtains covering the window. A reddish rag-rug covers the floor by the bed. His furniture is simple, unpainted wood: a nightstand, a dresser, a small desk and chair, all sized for a Muppet. A clear lamp full of marbles topped by a cowboy-and-bronco-silhouette lampshade sits atop the nightstand. Nightlights of a teddy bear and a smiley face are plugged in near the bed and the door. A small wooden bookshelf holds a few more personally relevant titles. A photo of Newsie with his mother adorns the otherwise spartan desk; when he’s home, his Powerbook sits there too. A spare pair of glasses in a case and a small tray for pocket change are the only things atop the dresser. A small closet holds hangers for several identical sports coats, neatly creased pants, dress shirts, one tuxedo in a protective plastic bag, a couple pairs of shoes and a small ironing board and iron. The only things on the walls are framed, autographed pictures of Tom Brokaw, Peter Jennings, Robin MacNeil and Jim Lehrer, and Edward R Murrow, and a large calendar with appointments clearly marked below bland nature photos. The room has absolutely no scent, except on cleaning days when it reeks of Pledge.

    From the entry, the right-hand hall leads to a kitchenette, the playroom, another bathroom, and Kris’ room.

    The galley-style kitchenette is done in warm reds and cheerful Spanish tilework, with faux brick flooring. It contains basic modern appliances: small stove/oven, ‘fridge, microwave, toaster. There are a couple of counters, enough cupboards to store a few dishes and pots and pantry items, and a breakfast nook with two benches on either side of a table next to the window. It always smells like cinnamon or apples or cookies in here.

    The playroom is set up with a large TV and a Wii console, a frumpy old green sofa and a couple of well-used club chairs, and a billiards table with one leg propped up by bits of stacked cardboard. A wall cabinet holds cues. Posters from TMM, TGMC, MTM, and the newest film adorn the dark goldenrod walls, and a couple of red-and-gold fake-persian rugs keep the floor from being totally naked. There’s just enough room for people playing pool not to interfere with people playing the Wii and vice versa. The room may smell faintly of whatever was last spilled on the rugs.

    The second bathroom is slightly larger than the first, and done mostly in black and white: black tiles on the floor, white-and-black patterning the walls, fluffy black bath rugs on the floor, white fixtures, and ornately-framed engravings from Elizabethan theatre on the walls. A large clawed bathtub with shower curtains hanging above dominates the room; the curtains are a very dark red, as are the towels on the racks. Another crystalline chandelier in clear quartz, smoky quartz, and rose quartz provides the illumination, along with graceful Nouveau fixtures above a mirror. A cabinet holds more towels, scented candles, bath gels and other such indulgences. The window is stained glass, depicting someone taking a bow center stage (reminiscent of Walter’s triumphant bow, though the person in the window is anonymous).

    Kris’ room reflects her eclectic tastes. The queen-sized bed is placed catty-corner off to the right, with a half-canopy above it of netting supporting garlands of silk autumn leaves and twinkly lights. A quilt of hundreds of overlapping fabric leaves in fall hues covers the bed. A small table holds a mica-shade lamp, a glasses case, and a gargoyle-themed dish for rings, matches, etc. A large wooden drafting table and antique stool sit on the left side of the room; the table usually has a laptop computer on it. A bookshelf unit by the table holds books on tech theatre, cemeteries, books on gargoyles as well as a couple of French gargoyle reproductions in bonded stone, and fiction which seems largely dark fantasy (Bradbury, Poe, Bierce, China Mieville) with some more mainstream authors thrown in (Stephen King, Jasper Fforde, Jim Lehrer). A framed print of Dali’s “The Broken Bridge and the Dream,” one of Jacek Yerka’s “Swimming Lesson,” and black-and-white prints of Harry Clarke’s illustration for Poe’s “A Cask of Amontillado” and Doré’s illustration of “The Raven” casting his shadow down on the poem’s melancholy narrator decorate the walls, which are a soft golden-yellow. The mahogany dresser on the right sports a ceramic haunted house luminaria for large candles, a black spindly wire tree full of earrings, and ceramic and wooden boxes for jewelry. A wall calendar displaying old pictures of NYC hangs on the closet door. A corkboard with various postcards, family photos, memos, and a photo of Newsie from season 1 TMS hangs over the drafting table. The room smells like fall leaves.

    Note: the Martians don’t have a room of their own…they come and go randomly as they wish. Since, like fish, they have no eyelids, no one knows whether they actually sleep, but they might be observed huddled together as if resting in odd locations: under the pool table, inside the microwave, upside-down from the living room fireplace flue, etc.
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  19. Skeeter Muppet

    Skeeter Muppet Active Member

    Apartment #6 (2012 edition)

    When you walk through the door of the apartment you enter a cozy-looking living room. A sofa large enough for three Fraggles, a Muppet girl and a Silly Creature sits against one wall, and a small entertainment center with a television, VCR and DVD/Blu-Ray player is against the other. There are a few pictures on the walls, of Kim, the Fraggles, Lily and her family and the Minstrels. In the wall by the entertainment center is the Fraggle hole that connects the resident Fraggles to Fraggle Rock.

    The kitchen has all the common appliances- stove, oven, microwave, refrigerator and dishwasher. The fridge and cupboards are fully stocked with everyone's favorite foods including enough Doozer sticks to keep the Fraggles satisfied. The table is round and big enough for everyone to sit around comfortably. On the wall next to the fridge is a large calender to keep track of everyone's activities, complete with color-coding.

    Kim's room is fairly neat with a full-sized bed, nightstand with bedside lamp and a dresser. The bed is made with burgundy sheets, a purple blanket and a quilt with white, olive green and lavender patches. There's a bookcase near the door that holds Kim's books, including her Nancy Drew collection, her Bible and favorite Christian fiction, assorted Muppet-related literature and Adventures in Odyssey audiobooks. The bottom shelf is reserved for library books. There's a small desk with her laptop on it as well as her Nook, iPod and the wireless printer.

    Next door to Kim's room is Gillis' room. Gillis has a twin-sized bed with an olive-green comforter, a desk at which to compose music, a cozy armchair for sitting and reading and a keyboard to help him compose. The drawers of Gillis' desk are stocked with staff paper as well as all of his batons. On top of the desk are a few pictures: one of the Minstrels, one of Brio by herself and another of Richard Hunt. He also has a small bookcase that holds his CD collection.

    Next to Gillis' room is the apartment's only bathroom. It's a full bath, with toilet, sink, and tub/shower set-up.

    Across the hall from Kim and Gillis are the "kids" rooms. First is Boober's which, like his cave, is impeccably neat. The futon with its tan sheets and blue-green blanket is neatly made, and his desk and dresser are free from clutter. Boober has three different hampers in his bedroom to make sorting his laundry easier.

    Next door to Boober is Tosh's room. Like Boober Tosh has a futon bed only hers is made with a plum-colored quilt. In addition to her bookcase where part of her Fraggle Pebble collection is displayed, and her desk. There is also a large dog bed and a blanket for Beast. All of Beast's toys are kept in the closet. In another corner, well away from Beast's, is Tosh's moss-collecting basket.

    Lily's room is next to Tosh's. She has a standard twin-sized bed with light yellow sheets and a pink blanket and comforter. Lily's favorite doll sits at the head of the bed leaning up against the pillow. Her bookcase holds a few books and some pictures of her family, mainly her mom and dad. Lily's backpack hangs off of the back of her desk chair when she's not taking it to school.

    -Kim
  20. Lola p

    Lola p Well-Known Member

    Hello, and welcome to the craziness that is room 13!

    When you first enter the apartment, you will see the living room (of coarse) the living room is made up of a white sofa and a matching chair. There is a huge tv on an entertainment center with a playstation 2 and 3, a wii, a N64, a GameCube, and finally, an Xbox 360, all inside the many cabinets to the massive thing.


    Now on to the bedrooms:

    Grace;

    A dark blue (almost night sky) color makes up the walls, with white carpet. A computer desk with various knick knacks and a Mac are in the left corner, and a hammock makes up the right corner of the room. A bookshelf is down the middle of the room, with various books like:

    The Harry Potter serise.

    Lemony Snicket's a serise of unfortunate events.
    A nook with many more books
    A dictionary
    Percy Jackson and the Olympians serise
    The muppet show book

    And at the top of the bookshelf, the very top row is reserved for her my little pony collection.

    Don:

    A very neat, badge colored room, with a basic and plain milky white carpet.
    A piano is in the left corner, and a twin sized bed is in the other side. His prized statue of willaim Shakespeare (He calls him Bill) classical music is almost always playing in his room.


    Cantus;


    A nice grass green wall color, with a brown carpet. A Fraggle hole is on the left side of his room, and he sleeps in a hammock above the Fraggle hole. He also has a computer desk where he keeps his magic pipe. He keeps a cabinet to store things in, and a jar that has doozer sticks in it.

    Telly:

    Triangles. Everywhere. Orange ones, yellow ones, pink ones.... All against a electro blue background. It will give you a headache when you first enter, so be warned! Telly keeps a picture of him with all of his friends from sesame street on a nightstand beside his twin bed. He also keeps a picture of his friend Baby Bear on the same nightstand. He has a bookshelf with various books and movies scattered on it.


    Abby:


    Hit pink walls, with glitter on them. So.Much.Glitter.

    Abby's bed is a Cinderella carige style bed, with fluffy pink blankets, and soft white pillows. Various pictures of her with her friends, her classmates, he family, and her teacher are on a picture board on the right side of her room.



    And that concludes your tour of room 13! Thank you, come again!


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