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by aelflaed Posted 29th Apr 2020 at 10:16 PM
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This is a new mesh, and means that it's a brand new self contained object that usually does not require a specific Expansion pack (although this is possible depending on the type). It may have Recolours hosted on MTS - check below the description for more information.
Mistyfluff converted seven Sims3 junk piles to Sims2, and I decided to make them functional.
Mif's site and TOU: https://misty-fluff.livejournal.com/
Junkyard and Workshop Collection by Mistyfluff :https://simfileshare.net/download/315622/
(Her file includes some extra items which you may want.)
Each of the objects has been made fridge-stockable and grab-enabled. Now your sims can visit the junkyard and get something for their pains!
The Grab/Take action is non-autonomous, and only for currently-selectable sims, so randoms don't walk off with your stuff. Each pile is worth food points, although not very many - good nutrition doesn't generally come from junkheaps! Sims rifling through the trash piles will also take a hit to their hygiene.
Once your sim has the junk in inventory, it can be sold or stocked in a refrigerator.
Room score points - 1 to 4, depending on size.
Restocks from catalogue.
Catalogued in Deco/Misc, priced low.
mif's deco versions were supposed to be basegame-compatible. I have the UC, don't know whether my edits make them require M&G? Flagged everything just to be sure.
Sims will walk through the edges of the larger objects, especially if placed off-grid or on a diagonal. I have found this useful, for grabbing and for selling/restocking the piles. Better than a lot of foot-stomping, and I just ignore the heads poking out from random junk heaps.
Polys are somewhat hefty, but most of these are large, multi-tile objects with lots of edges.
Burnt Rubble 792
Large Junk Pile 2212
Large Junk Pile With Car 3914
Small Junk Pile 3158
Tiny Scrap Pile 1432
Trash Pile 873
Thanks to Creesims for the inspiration (check out her conversion of Windkeeper's trash piles), and for lending a BHAV to get me started.
Thanks also to Echo, Deedee, Leefish and others, whose tutorials and tips have helped me figure this out.
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