Hunskeli wrote: »
Hi, I have a beginners question. I've been playing sims 4 for couple years but just started my first legacy. My founder sim just got married and it turned out that her new husband was a university student. He soon graduated and got a good career start with a bonus (1900 simelions) and big salary (240 simelions/hour). My question is: did I made a mistake in choosing the husband for my sim? I started with 64x64 lot and with no money and I feel like I´m cheting now with these unexpectedly grown incomes . I don´t want to make any big mistakes now
Spouses may not bring in any money with them when they move in/marry into the family.
ChristaSims wrote: »
Hi!! I was wondering what are the best allowed mods for legacy challenge?
Pick out their gender, wardrobe, body shape and color, and even incorporate any CAS custom content or mods. The ONLY two rules are that they must be of the ‘young adult’ age, and they must be the only person in the household.
No cheats/hacks/mods that give you an advantage over someone who did not use them. I leave this rule deliberately open-ended because of the sheer variety of cheats/mods and hacks out there that have been, and will be made. The rule of thumb is that using a specific cheat/hack/mod will not put your family in any better of a position compared to someone who did not use one. For example, money cheats like motherlode and kaching would be against this rule because someone who did not use them would have less money than someone who did. Where as a mod that, for example, created a brand new yellow shirt in CAS that your Sims could use, would be fine because having a pretty yellow shirt would not cause your family to gain any more points than someone who stuck with the stock clothing options.
While the founder starts off on an empty grass lot with pocket change to their name, a Legacy Family is expected to grow in wealth as more and more Sims succeed in life and bring in riches for the family to share and pass along to future generations. With the addition of The Sims 4 Get to Work funds from a business owned by the Legacy family now counts towards the family net worth. Funds from Veterinary Clinics in The Sims 4 Cats & Dogs will also count towards family net worth.
Points are earned by meeting the specific household worth thresholds as follows:
$75,000 = 1 point
$120,000 = 2 points
$200,000 = 3 points
$320,000 = 4 points
$510,000 = 5 points
$830,000 = 6 points
$1,300,000 = 7 points
$2,100,000 = 8 points
$3,500,000 = 9 points
$5,700,000 = 10 points (this MAY be replaced with having ALL Business Perks if your family owns a business)