geekgirl101 wrote: »
Build relationships between your own sims. It's fun to make friends with other peoples' sims, but it's better to do your relationship stories with your own sims as you can then switch between them to interact with each other so that you have 60 energy to use instead of only 30.
Sunflowerkisses wrote: »
Helloo!! This is unrelated to the post but I am trying to rank up so I can post a thread looking for a specific Sims hair that is definitely CC, please help me by liking!!
Also, I am maxed out on rooms, but if I want to stop using say bathroom 2, can I store the room + add back later?
Also, I am maxed out on rooms, but if I want to stop using say bathroom 2, can I store the room + add back later? [/quote]
Don't know if you're aware of this but if you want to redo your entire home, you can go to build, click each room and add to storage. All contents will be in storage, however the room itself nor flooring or wall covering will not. So any room you put in storage, you have the same amount to rebuild through construction/rooms. Just reuse whatever you want to from storage and/or replace all or the rest with new items. Be careful when using items from storage, as it tends to change to the store at times.
> Thank you so much. These are the best tips I’ve found. I just wanted to add that when working on your relationship stories I think it’s best to choose an option outside of the home to limit the need to repair objects. You could just chat the whole time & not use objects but it takes longer. I like to take my sims out on the town so I can use the objects for interactions & not have to worry about wearing them out & using my hard earned coin to repair. What’s even better is if you have your sim take the other sim to a place where another playable sim is currently working. This way you can easily switch between the two to complete both events! (One of my sims has the Better Late Than Never story with her retired father, she took him out to the club while her brother in law was DJing. I just had a good time with that one :)
Thanks for this tip! I was getting frustrated with constantly having to repair home items, so I really appreciate this tip :)
1. Day 1. Create a replica of your home and you and those who live there.
2. Day 2. Keep note of everything that your Sim does.
3. Day 3. Do everything that your Sim has done.
A timer would be a useful tool.
Hi, I'm so sorry if I'm reviving a dead thread. But how do you make your two Sims have a romantic relationship? Their only options are friendship, for me.
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@Sunflowerkisses, it would be better to ask in one of the existing threads over in The Sims 4 Modding & Custom Content section instead of going around posting in several unrelated threads as that is considered going 'Off Topic'.
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