UniqueKhaos wrote: »
@Ciralinde I’m more relaxed playing rotationally as I don’t have a set schedule or goals. I just bounce where I fell like it. It’s kinda freeing and I can still have that legacy aspect if I want without feeling like I’m suffocating.
AngeliqueAdelaide wrote: »
Another discovery from cas: I wanted to play around with settings to see if Philippe's female form resembles his sisters, but was unable to, since turns out he is pregnant. Last I saw him was few days ago at fitness club meeting - excuse me, sir, that's not what gym is for!
It was either that or when his husband called about whether or not to have a baby. I said no, because he already has 6 kids under 6 and barely any money left after purchasing a mansion, but sure, what would I (aka the one responsible for actually running this madhouse and keeping watch that no one dies of 🐸🐸🐸🐸) know?
I really feel like a failure when it comes to parenting my sims: as I am only able to keep an eye on 1 or 2, max 3 at the time, everyone else (100+ sims) keeps running around doing whatever they can think up, and they are very creative. Thank god I've never aspired to try my hand in raising human children.
Simlington wrote: »
> @Simlington said:
>One thing I've never done is come up with a backstory for a sim, and I hope I've come up with a decent one that will help me stick to this playthrough.
Well, that didn't work. The real world day after Austin and Abigail have a baby I started a new game, back to playing a Sim with my name and traits more like me.
Trying out Discover University, and have placed three Star Trek actors into the world.
bandit5 wrote: »
can the university students have thier kids live them at the dorm?