Stutum wrote: »
I've seen vampires go up in flames because they didn't have the brains to get indoors or skedaddle.
OriginalName wrote: »
I mean other than old age if you play with aging on.
I was looking through screen shots on this forum and noticed a few death scenes, and it seems like on youtube I see quite a few sims die (granted 99% of those are staged and the youtuber tries to play it off as a random occurrence). But I honestly dont think I've ever seen a single solitary sim die in the Sims 4 that I wasn't directly responsible for. I play with aging off because I'm a wimp
Now I'm not looking for the massive death waves I used to get in the Sims 3 were two or three weeks into a new playthrough half the town would suddenly die from drowning or catching fire and the death notifications would just start rolling in. But it would be nice if something happened somewhere in the Sims 4 world when I wasn't around. And yeah I know that's a common complaint, not trying to beat a dead horse here.
But I am curious, has anyone ever had another sim die (except from old age), and it wasn't on purpose? If so, does it happen a lot?
doogerie wrote: »
a few time one was from enabasisment one was from stress I assume his Mum and dad died of old age and he as a teen had to support himself aged up to young adult and died.
sennawales wrote: »
Emotional deaths are very common, with how many buffs there are. Vampires accidentally die all the time too, electrocutions, and pufferfish deaths when visiting San Myshuno. There are also surprisingly high death rates in restaurants that are unexplained, no reason, just falls over.
alexspoom13 wrote: »
Had my first one ever in TS4 just an hour or so after reading this thread. 😂 I've just started the 100 baby challenge and my first Sim to grow up to a young adult immediately dropped dead after blowing out the candles on her cake. She had the 'mortified' moodlet due a mood swing and aging up with it still there caused her to die from humiliation. 😂😭