View Full Version : question with interacting with npc's
23rd Dec 2005, 08:29 PM
I have heard people bearing child of an NPC, but can you make NPC go pregnant? If so, how does the pregnancy progress? Also, can you ask a NPC to move in and therefore make it a playable character?
By the way, if you bear a NPC child, you'll have to take care of the child alone unless you call the father over everyday?
I'm not too sure how all these npc thing works....
Thanks in advance.
23rd Dec 2005, 08:47 PM
also, just to make sure, townies = npc rite?
23rd Dec 2005, 09:13 PM
NPCs are the 'working' people- pizza delivery people, paperboy, gardener, maid, people on the tills in shops, etc.
You can ask them to move in, and they will then behave exactly as playable characters. They usually bring little money, and are unemployed- despite being working characters!! Yes, you can get them pregnant if you try for a baby with them, and they can father a child too. If you make your female maid pregnant though, she'll never actually have the baby unless you get her to move in with you- though she may appear pregnant when she walks by (just like Pascal Curious is). You'll have to get an NPC father to move in with you if you want them to be an active part of the baby's life, but you can call them on the telephone and invite them over, just like any other Sim. Townie usually refers to the other characters, like Goopy or Meadow Thayer, who don't have a playable lot but who aren't in the role of a service person. They behave in the same way as NPCs, except that they often have more money and quite good jobs- some of them can make you very wealthy if you move them in!
23rd Dec 2005, 09:51 PM
thanks for the answer!!
one more question, if you never ask a townie/npc to move in, will they ever grow up?
23rd Dec 2005, 10:18 PM
if you never ask a townie/npc to move in, will they ever grow up?
No. time only pass on playable lots.
26th Dec 2005, 10:06 PM
can you make a sim you've made a townie?
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