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'''Ernest''': Derived from Germanic "eornost" meaning "serious".<br>
'''Ernest''': Derived from Germanic "eornost" meaning "serious".<br>
'''Emilia''': Feminine form of Emil, which is derived from Latin "aemulus" meaning "rival".<br>
'''Emilia''': Feminine form of Emil, which is derived from Latin "aemulus" meaning "rival".<br>
|tree = [[File:Charm-Ernest family tree.png]]
|tree = [[File:Charm family tree.png]]
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|listmembers =
*[[Minerva Charm]]
*[[Minerva Charm]]

Revision as of 16:08, September 12, 2019

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Charm family
Charm family
The Charm family has produced generations of distinguished Spellcasters, as Minerva often reminds her children. Gemma resents her family's high expectations even though she secretly wants to make them proud. Darrel is an aspiring duelist who just got engaged to Emilia, a newly ascended Spellcaster who has a lot to live up to.
Name Charm family
Members Minerva Charm, Darrel Charm, Emilia Ernest, Gemma Charm
Number of generations 2 generations
Lot Rock Ridge Canyon
Funds §30,000
Other information
Game The Sims 4: Realm of Magic
Playability Playable
World Glimmerbrook

The Charm family is a pre-made family of spellcasters residing in Glimmerbrook, the world introduced in The Sims 4: Realm of Magic. It consists of Minerva Charm, her children, Darrel and Gemma Charm, and Darrel's fiancee, Emilia Ernest. They live in "Rock Ridge Canyon" and start off with 30,000 Simoleons.

Minerva, Darrel and Gemma all have the Strong Bloodline inherited trait, but not Emilia, because she's marrying into the family. It is unknown who Darrel and Gemma's other parent is (or was) and Emilia has no known relatives either.


Charm: The quality of delighting or enchanting others, or it could refer to a magic artifact.
Minerva: The Roman goddess of wisdom and war.
Darrel: A variant of the name Darrell, which is derived from a Norman French word denoting someone who came from Airelle in France.
Gemma: A nickname in medieval Italian that meant "gem" or "precious stone".
Ernest: Derived from Germanic "eornost" meaning "serious".
Emilia: Feminine form of Emil, which is derived from Latin "aemulus" meaning "rival".

Family tree

Charm family tree


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