LadysimPlayer8 wrote: »
It doesn't matter how much a Sim is worth, Fortune Sims still want to marry a Rich Sim.
When you are creating a Sim and choosing their Aspiration, each Aspiration shows their mains goals which should help you decide.
When a Child Sim grows up into a Teen in game, and you have to select an Aspiration for them, you also see these same goals.
Fortune Sims are fairly easy to satisfy their wants by going to work, earning money - usually $100,000!
SleepycatDSL wrote: »
@SataiDelennn for personality, if there is 0 points for shy/outgoing then that means she is max shy. Full points would mean max outgoing. Ditto for the other traits.
LadysimPlayer8 wrote: »
You can't change the traits of Sims born in game - they are inherited from a mixture of the parents.
Sometimes weird stuff happens - two 'nice' parents having a child I would class as 'nippy' - hands on hip etc
I think there has been a glitch in your game for the Headmaster to turn up at the house again; however you have now installed University Life so your base Sims2 game will be patched and should fix this and any other issues.
School Grades can slip if the child/teen Sims does not do their homework every night after school Monday to Friday; however if they catch up with all the homework due it will rectify itself.
Some of my child Sims have a fear of being "encouraged to"by their parent; so check this is not the case before instructing a parent to encourage a child, unless you want the child's mood to go down?
Olivesplum06 wrote: »
Interest's are fun to look at and dictate how and what sims talk to each other about (Ever notice no matter how many times you make two sims "chat" one gets irritated right away and ends it, while other sims carry on a conversation?) That's basically all they're there for though. Also, you can buy magazines from stands at community lots, to help gain certain interests. Just because a Sim is shy, or lazy or messy, doesn't mean they won't talk to other sims, go run around, or pick up stuff. Actually, I've on many occasions had my totally messy sims make their beds, or clean the dishes. They all just typically need an extra push . Also, lazy sims Energy depletes faster, but their hunger depletes slower, while an active sims energy stays longer, while their hunger goes down quicker... Same with outgoing/shy sims and their social meter (Shy sims don't need to interact with others as often as outgoing sims do) Have you ever thought of buying a prima game guide? I'm sure you can buy a Sims 2 one for super cheap, I bought mine when the game first came out and it helped me SO much. So much stuff I never knew about until I read that thing 10 times over lol.