i thought it would be safe deleting a family from cas that i made anytime and i saw few people doing
That's not correct, and anyone telling you that is wrong. All sims have character files, and it's deletion of the character file (the sim) that's the problem. The corruption is worse if the sim had met other sims, but the relationship is only part of the problem - not THE problem. THE problem is deleting any sim - premade or CAS, played or not - for any reason, period.
Be sure to make that clear to anyone you see saying it's okay to delete sims who've never met anyone. You may help to save someone else from the heartbreak of neighborhood corruption.
Oh i tried that they maxed it in collage and they have life time wishes like marry off 6 kids and i barley can handle one kids or two and like become captain hero which im not doing it either but thx
It isn't that hard to run a sim to the top of their career.
Srsly. It isn't.
To answer the OP's question:
Really, it depends on the family I'm playing. Though babbymacking is a big part of it, I also do like drama.
Currently, I'm playing a family where one rich dude married a rich lady and are planning to have rich kids, but rich dude is a jerk and is cheating on her with his customers. So, if he ever plans on having her help run the businesses, he'd have to make sure he keeps on the low about the several different affairs he is having. Bad for business to have everyone see how much of a slimebag he really is.
Also, she's pregnant with twins. I suspect one will be the favorite.
Asks are always open, even to anons. I will always reply to asks, and I do my best to be cordial/less snarky than usual.
They are not pre-made sims so i thought it would be safe deleting a family from cas that i made anytime and i saw few people doing that if they are bored because i cant keep them in the game,and i just found out its not safe god im crashed i hope my game don't get buggy or something.
btw: what is the safest way to delete sims?.
Deleting any sims, except I THINK from the sim bin who haven't yet been connected to a hood, is a very bad thing. It was silly of Maxis to allow it to happen, since it's the easiest way you can corrupt your hood.
There is no easy & safe way to successfully delete sims without hood corruption, your best bet is to either put them in the sim bin, or kill them off and send them to a graveyard (it's also very bad to delete gravestones and delete ashes from a broken urn).
It was only your neighborhood that was broken, not the whole game. Only messing with NPCs like Mrs. Crumplebottom and the Grim Reaper breaks the whole game. Next time, if there is a next time, you get corruption, just delete the neighborhood - that doesn't hurt anything.
It's great that you understand now that deleting sims is a bad idea.
Now, next lesson: Reinstalling unnecessarily should be avoided. When a neighborhood has been corrupted, reinstalling is not the solution. You do have to start that 'hood over, yes, but that can be done a whole lot faster, safer, and more easily than reinstalling. Think "resetting".
Custom 'hoods can't be reset, but all the premade neighborhoods can be. The process takes just a few minutes, and will restore the neighborhood(s) back to exactly they way they are when you first install the game, without all the hassle of reinstalling. Directions here: http://www.modthesims.info/wiki.php...t_Neighborhoods
If you run into more problems that you can't fix, there's a much easier way to get your original neighborhoods back than doing a reinstall. You can simply remove the neighborhood files in your documents/The Sims folder. When you run the game, they will regenerate as if they were fresh from the factory.
If you run into a problem in a neighborhood you created, you can always put in one that you saved previously (you are doing regular backups of your game, right?) or, if not, then delete just that neighborhood. Corruption is neighborhood by neighborhood. It does not affect the whole game.
*Edit* - Too funny, Darby. I had this response all set and lost internet. Just got it back.