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Darkest Gameplay Stories

Let's all share our darkest gameplay stories from across the series.

:p

I once had a vampire Sim go on a date with a vampire Sim he just met. He proposed to her, then immediately after, she burst into flames and died. He begged the Grim Reaper to save her, and he did. So then they celebrated with a bush-woohoo. She got pregnant from that. Then, he broke up with her and left.

>:)

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  • ScobreScobre Posts: 17,802 Member
    The Sims 2 had my most horrific death which was fun I shared with a Maxoid artist before he had passed away. It was with the Curious Brothers. Vidcund Curious and Lazlo Curious were having a double wedding with Kristen Singles and Lola Singles. Vidcund was baking a wedding cake. The wedding was about to end, the cake sets on fire, the house sets on fire. The couples are about to leave their house to go on their honeymoon and the limo sets on fire. Pascal Curious had an alien daughter, Nebula Curious and she ends up being the only survivor and then the game ends. I was just shocked what had happened on my screen, but really showed how random deaths could be and how they happen in the Sims 2 which really cemented my love for the franchise.
    "The Sneetches got really quite smart on that day. The day they decided that Sneetches are Sneetches. And no kind of Sneetch is the best on the beaches. That day, all the Sneetches forgot about stars and whether they had one, or not, upon thars." -Dr. Seuss

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  • king_of_simcity7king_of_simcity7 Posts: 23,954 Member
    Maybe this is not overly dark but I did have this bad habit of being dissatisfied with the maids in TS2 so if I did not like the look of one then I would end up butting them in a doorless room and end up starving them...

    It took a few attempts but I would eventually have a few extra ghosts in the community grave yard of maids who had been discriminated against for their looks :no_mouth:
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  • AHolyToiletAHolyToilet Posts: 808 Member
    In TS3, I made my first Sim burn multiple buildings down. It was rad.
  • EA_MaiEA_Mai Posts: 1,434 EA Community Manager
    I usually try to make my Sims happy, unless for research/experiment reasons...
    But I remember once when The Sims 3 was still quite new, I decided I wanted to try to have Grim Reaper and my Sim to have a romantic relationship. Let's just say that experiment required a lot of NPCs visiting my house and having 'accidents' that ended with them dying.
  • CK213CK213 Posts: 18,351 Member
    Buffy the vampire slayer cleansed Bridgeport of all evil vampires.
    Other vampires were given the opportunity to be turned human again.

    As a witch, she was able to slay vampires with a combination of thirst and sunlight charms.
  • LaBlue0314LaBlue0314 Posts: 16,594 Member
    edited February 4
    Mine was back in Sims 3. I had a family of 4 that I was playing. The wife was my own creation, who was married to Vladimir Schlick (Bridgeport), and they had two children, a teen daughter, and a son who was still a child. I had become very attached to this family when EA had released a patch that was to fix a serious issue that was affecting all players negatively. But for the patch to take place we had to save our families to the bin, and then start a new game save, and then place our families in the new game save.

    But when I tried to save my family, it would just not save. After some trial and error, I finally figured out it was the wife/mother who was causing the issue. I didn't have the heart not to save her husband without her, so I aged up the teen to a young adult and saved her and her brother. I ended up moving the sibling pair to Moonlight Falls. It was not an easy transition after the move either, because the sims of that town were always causing problems for the orphans. But eventually, things did smooth out for them, and their families did eventually progress and grow.

  • KaronKaron Posts: 1,754 Member
    @Scobre how do you managed to have a female baby be born from Pascal? The game always makes mine a boy, every single time i played since 2004.
  • ScobreScobre Posts: 17,802 Member
    Karon wrote: »
    @Scobre how do you managed to have a female baby be born from Pascal? The game always makes mine a boy, every single time i played since 2004.
    I always get a girl. Huh that is odd it varies.
    "The Sneetches got really quite smart on that day. The day they decided that Sneetches are Sneetches. And no kind of Sneetch is the best on the beaches. That day, all the Sneetches forgot about stars and whether they had one, or not, upon thars." -Dr. Seuss

    Everyone is a Simmer.
  • verlainemverlainem Posts: 560 Member
    Scobre wrote: »
    The Sims 2 had my most horrific death which was fun I shared with a Maxoid artist before he had passed away. It was with the Curious Brothers. Vidcund Curious and Lazlo Curious were having a double wedding with Kristen Singles and Lola Singles. Vidcund was baking a wedding cake. The wedding was about to end, the cake sets on fire, the house sets on fire. The couples are about to leave their house to go on their honeymoon and the limo sets on fire. Pascal Curious had an alien daughter, Nebula Curious and she ends up being the only survivor and then the game ends. I was just shocked what had happened on my screen, but really showed how random deaths could be and how they happen in the Sims 2 which really cemented my love for the franchise.

    OH MY I had something happen to my Curious Brothers as well - left a young teenager raising his siblings and cousins - thank goodness for the nanny or was it the maid. The eldest ended up marrying her. I think that save was my favorite game.
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  • NindigoNindigo Posts: 1,865 Member
    I have let Sims suffer and/or die on purpose several times. That's what compulsive behavior drives me to after a while.

    The ones I've had most fun with (and frustration from) was when I caged up Caleb Vatore and put sinks all around him that he couldn't get to -to drink water excessively. Another was when I caged up Don Lothario on a beach. He completely neglected his needs in favor of doing fire dance around a bonfire. I put it out, caged him, and put all the things he needed in front of him, but out of reach.

    I've also broken up many couples and had my played Sim live a life of infidelity, etc...


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  • SERVERFRASERVERFRA Posts: 974 Member
    When I used to have Sims 3 Supernatural, I had two married couples. One couple were a pretty Vampire & her husband a handsome hairy Werewolf. The second couple were a Handsome Genie/Wizard Hybrid & his pretty wife a fairy. The men were cousins & the women were cousins. The couples each had a child. One child was a boy with the Vampire/Werewolf Hybrid, the other child was a girl with the Fairy/Genie/Witch Hybrid. The children grew up, married eachother & had a human daughter. Poor girl she was a misfit in a family of Occults. lol.
  • AprilDawnAprilDawn Posts: 539 Member
    Not sure I consider it dark - more like justice. In SIMS 2, Nervous Subject kills Loki Beaker, using the same machines they tortured him in, and brings him back as a zombie slave. He gets Circe Beaker pregnant and kills her after the baby is born and brings her back as a zombie slave. He has Grim Reaper babies and Grim is supposedly his father. He gets a makeover using the cosmetic surgery machine and marries the Bella of Strangetown and has more babies and lives a very happy life, though still conflicted about his mother, Olive Spector.
  • thesimmer14thesimmer14 Posts: 278 Member
    edited February 8
    SERVERFRA wrote: »
    When I used to have Sims 3 Supernatural, I had two married couples. One couple were a pretty Vampire & her husband a handsome hairy Werewolf. The second couple were a Handsome Genie/Wizard Hybrid & his pretty wife a fairy. The men were cousins & the women were cousins. The couples each had a child. One child was a boy with the Vampire/Werewolf Hybrid, the other child was a girl with the Fairy/Genie/Witch Hybrid. The children grew up, married eachother & had a human daughter. Poor girl she was a misfit in a family of Occults. lol.

    This made me chuckle.
  • DuendeDuende Posts: 141 Member
    edited February 9
    I had a family on The Sims 3 which consisted of an evil vampire, his non-vampiric yet hideous brother whose skin was green, hair was coloured and had the most contorted face you could ever imagine (you'll see why). His wife was my main protagonist and they had a girl who was a slave as well.

    The husband used to level his charisma and befriend everyone for his nefarious plans since he was a politician (fitting, I know). They would throw lavish parties in their dungeon and I would use a mod to get more than the usual limit of people to attend. Then I'd lock them in there. His hideous brother would "try for baby" with all the women. Initially, this took up a lot of time before I started using mods. Once it was successful after days of observing them in the dungeons, they'd be free to go. As for the men, I'd murder them or starve them in many ways.
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    When the former captive women gave birth their children were monstrosities; sometimes they bore green skin like the vampire's brother and other times they did not, however all of them had hideous features. One time Jocasta Bachelor gave birth to his daughter whose ears made me laugh so hard because of how badly it suited her face which had crooked jaws and an elongated nose area, fat neck, thin lips and with the twisted eyes too all from her father. Eventually the vampire got the house slave pregnant and sadly I tried to kill her but learned then that you can't kill pregnant sims, so I let the pregnancy finish while she starved in the dungeon. When she gave birth to a daughter, I fed the slave and then put the baby in a room until she was so neglected the social worker took the baby away and then I burned the slave alive with some other prisoners while she was depressed.
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  • mannannamannanna Posts: 425 Member
    I usually treat my Sims well and this story is maybe more sad than dark. It happened when I had just started playing Sims1. I created my family, mom, dad and two kids, me being mom. I was happily playing with my family until one day "my oldest" was being sent to military school. At the time I didn't know I had to keep him "in the green" when I sent him to school! A few days later "my" husband had an accident with the barbecue! I was devastated!!!
    After telling my son what had happened he said: Mom, you don't have to save your game! :s:|:)
  • CinebarCinebar Posts: 31,275 Member
    edited February 15
    Carfax Asylum's Dr. Seward in my game looked like a nice guy, acted nice outside of the asylum. Had many friends who thought what a nice, quite guy. :D But in the halls of the asylum you could hear the screams of his 'patients' who he had tortured with that career reward, lie dector chair and other things. Then if they wouldn't roll a different want/wish and have a 'break through' of rolling a differenet want outside their obsession to play with Mary, or kiss Charlie and or buy a game costing $15,000 etc. they would never be released from their cells, and would die in the asylum, because he gave it his all to get them to roll a different wish and break their addictions, lol, but if he couldn't cure them with his many methods, they were locked away forever and forgotten, as they slowly went insane and imagined the rabbit, the thearpist, the flour sack baby, mop dance partners, and eventually died of aspiration failure and starvation. >:) But it isn't because he didn't try to 'cure' them. >:) He used many methods, but shock thearapy was his favorite. :dizzy: Muhahaha
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  • EnkiSchmidtEnkiSchmidt Posts: 2,946 Member
    In Sims 2 I played a war/invasion story in Desiderata Valley that was pretty dark. Sims were driven out of their homes, died, got imprisoned, experimented on, even executed in some cases, switched loyalty, assumed false identities, had to flee, entered marriages just to turn the power balance around...
    I was very invested in this story and literally cried when I finally achieved the Happy End.

    In Sims 4 I had a werewolf preserve where they were treated as second rate citizens. There was no Happy End, because I lost interest in that save, but I reached an intermediate goal where at least my favorite families fled to Granite Falls.

    My current Sims 4 save has widespread android slavery. Buying free as many androids as possible serves nicely to regulate the money flow in this save. Despite the theme actual gameplay is a series of small happy ends, so I guess this doesn't count. The darkest things that happened here were probably a criminal trying to poison the mayor, but his best friend ate the pufferfish instead (I rescurected the friend later) and the aliens being under the impression I need more babies and "helping" my sims with it.
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