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  • LosaruTaiyoLosaruTaiyo Posts: 8,473 Member
    Kinda thought there had to be limitations somewhere in all this. Here's one:

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    I can kinda see this. My sister and I had the same curfew (AKA bedtime as there wasn't any place to go after dark) and it all worked out. I tend to wake and put my sims' offspring to bed around at the same time anyways. Once I moved out, they still kept a curfew for her that was about the same. Always believed in getting enough sleep for school.
  • JimG72JimG72 Posts: 606 Member
    edited May 24
    Ciarassims wrote: »

    They eat at school anyway I think
    They do? Mine leave on full stomachs and teens and children come home hungry.


  • liliaethliliaeth Posts: 617 Member
    JimG72 wrote: »
    Ciarassims wrote: »

    They eat at school anyway I think
    They do? Mine leave on full stomachs and teens and children come home hungry.


    Same for mine, it'll be nice to not have them starving when they get home.
  • TomatplanteTomatplante Posts: 994 Member
    JimG72 wrote: »
    Ciarassims wrote: »

    They eat at school anyway I think
    They do? Mine leave on full stomachs and teens and children come home hungry.


    Mine too. But if I send them to school hungry, their hunger bar is filled at some point during the day.
  • stilljustme2stilljustme2 Posts: 18,861 Member
    MVWdeZT wrote: »
    I doubt there will be vampire-specific interactions because game packs usually don't mesh with each other that much. But I'm planning on bringing my vampire children up to have good manners but no empathy, and probably low responsibility.

    You might want to praise biting toddlers as well. :D
  • stilljustme2stilljustme2 Posts: 18,861 Member
    Kinda thought there had to be limitations somewhere in all this. Here's one:

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    I can kinda see this. My sister and I had the same curfew (AKA bedtime as there wasn't any place to go after dark) and it all worked out. I tend to wake and put my sims' offspring to bed around at the same time anyways. Once I moved out, they still kept a curfew for her that was about the same. Always believed in getting enough sleep for school.

    Would have been nice to have separate curfews for children and teens -- have kids inside by 8 while teens could stay out till 9 then later on weekends.
  • samlyt22samlyt22 Posts: 108 Member
    JimG72 wrote: »

    They do? Mine leave on full stomachs and teens and children come home hungry.


    They actually seem to have a lunch time at school or work, the hunger bar seems to fill around midday as long as it is low enough at this time. So if you feed them breakfast then they will basically skip lunch and return hungry but if their hunger isn't filled in the morning and they are hungry at lunch time then the hunger bar will fill.
  • luthienrisingluthienrising Posts: 27,048 Member
    @SimGuruNinja Okay, this was worth it! But can we agree that "no computer" is off my list? ;)
  • poeticnebulapoeticnebula Posts: 3,505 Member
    MVWdeZT wrote: »
    Am I the only one who tried to scroll down on the list?

    I thought it was just me!
  • DannydanboDannydanbo Posts: 9,123 Member
    MVWdeZT wrote: »
    Am I the only one who tried to scroll down on the list?

    LOL! I almost did, but caught myself. :D
  • Jordan061102Jordan061102 Posts: 822 Member
    @SimGuruNinja the doctor doll is just for play doctor or we can too play tea party?
  • DannydanboDannydanbo Posts: 9,123 Member
    I haven't seen any tea party stuff yet, have you? It would be great to have that option, especially since we have all those big stuffed animals that would look so cute around the tea table.
  • bevillebeville Posts: 849 Member
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  • lunaodditylunaoddity Posts: 279 Member
    For shame, all this "leaked" information. Might as well release the pack now <3 :D
  • Sid1701D9Sid1701D9 Posts: 4,180 Member
    @SimGuruNinja , What about the households that only have teenagers in them. The main long household had alot of kids and both parents passed away before the twins aged to young adult and there is still a child in the household, I was hoping for in special circumstances teens could claim children as there dependent, otherwise the household would go chaotic with no parents in the household, please allow teens the ability to be parental figures to children and toddlers, when there are no parents around. This can be accomplished by adding orphan trait to all children and teens in the household, and teens should be about to buy a reward trait that is called active parent, which will unlock the parent skills early for teens.
  • simmer_whoviansimmer_whovian Posts: 265 Member
    *waits to see if she'll get in trouble for listening in on that*

    You're so grounded!
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    Oh, I already know I'll be using the no phone, no TV and no computer a lot! That has got to hurt the most. xD I love that there is an option to ground the kids from using the phone by the way! I was hopeful that it would be included, but I wasn't entirely sure.
  • SimTrippySimTrippy Posts: 2,417 Member
    Ohhhhhhh :astonished: :astonished: *want*
  • Sid1701D9Sid1701D9 Posts: 4,180 Member
    edited May 24
    *waits to see if she'll get in trouble for listening in on that*

    You're so grounded!
    6utcFGK.png



    Oh, I already know I'll be using the no phone, no TV and no computer a lot! That has got to hurt the most. xD I love that there is an option to ground the kids from using the phone by the way! I was hopeful that it would be included, but I wasn't entirely sure.

    The last one you can barely see called "No toys or games" would be most effective on children and toddlers, but I don't know if the no computers would effect the tablets too.
  • DannydanboDannydanbo Posts: 9,123 Member
    Sid1701D9 wrote: »
    *waits to see if she'll get in trouble for listening in on that*

    You're so grounded!
    6utcFGK.png



    Oh, I already know I'll be using the no phone, no TV and no computer a lot! That has got to hurt the most. xD I love that there is an option to ground the kids from using the phone by the way! I was hopeful that it would be included, but I wasn't entirely sure.

    The last one you can barely see called "No toys or games" would be most effective on children and toddlers, but I don't know if the no computers would effect the tablets too.

    You can put the tablets in the parents inventories.
  • JimG72JimG72 Posts: 606 Member
    @SimGuruNinja the doctor doll is just for play doctor or we can too play tea party?

    It's part of a doctor set...same as with the teddy bear in the first trailer. So I'd assume it's only for playing doctor as there is the medical case, stethoscope, etc. as part of the set.
  • AfterMidnightAfterMidnight Posts: 656 Member
    Triplis wrote: »
    *waits to see if she'll get in trouble for listening in on that*

    You're so grounded!
    6utcFGK.png


    I know what I'm going to be doing.

    "No Phone."

    1 Day Later...

    "No Phone."

    1 Day Later...

    "No Phone."

    :tongue:
    Ikr. I'd do this to adult sims too if I could.
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