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Field Researcher
#16678 Old 1st Oct 2020 at 4:13 AM
Scholar
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#16681 Old 14th Oct 2020 at 2:49 AM
It's almost Halloween, so enjoy my blog(s) zombie'ing back to life for a while, woo! Insert spooky noises here.

Lawful Chaotic 3.1 Eating Dinner Alone

I am not okay. I was terrified of people before they were carrying the plague, how do you think I'm doing now? Ha ha ha.

That's off topic though.

Quills 2.5 Some Twisted Feeling
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#16683 Old 21st Oct 2020 at 12:35 AM
Lab Assistant
#16684 Old 23rd Oct 2020 at 5:02 AM
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Just an FYI, I went to your page and clicked on your table of contents, to which prompted an ad, and that add gave me another pop-up that alerted my anti-virus. Just letting you know you might wanna look into that.
Scholar
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#16686 Old 26th Oct 2020 at 5:58 PM
Spooky post for spooky week.

Lawful Chaotic 3.3: To Change Yourself
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#16688 Old 4th Nov 2020 at 5:08 AM
Hope you had a good but responsible spooky day. If you had the privilege of voting recently, I hope you did so safely and responsibly as well.

Lawful Chaotic 3.4: No Such Person
Test Subject
#16689 Old 5th Nov 2020 at 6:06 PM
Hi everyone, I am new to this challenge and I would like to give it a try, but I can't figure out some family mechanics
My major question being: do the remaining heir/spouse from the previous generation count towards the family structure of their respective heirs? E.g. my heir rolls "couple" and their parents are alive; should they be "taken out" before the heir starts reproducing or can they die peacefully at home?

BTW, it's sooo nice to see this thread alive and going strong, I was afraid that the whole genre of Sims 3 legacies has died out :c
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#16690 Old 7th Nov 2020 at 6:51 AM
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Originally Posted by earth_oddity
Hi everyone, I am new to this challenge and I would like to give it a try, but I can't figure out some family mechanics
My major question being: do the remaining heir/spouse from the previous generation count towards the family structure of their respective heirs? E.g. my heir rolls "couple" and their parents are alive; should they be "taken out" before the heir starts reproducing or can they die peacefully at home?

BTW, it's sooo nice to see this thread alive and going strong, I was afraid that the whole genre of Sims 3 legacies has died out :c


Hi, welcome to the challenge! Always a pleasure to see new faces.

Your prior generation's adults (founders, heirs, heir's spouses, helper sims, etc) may remain in the household after the next heir takes over, if you so choose. You are free to move them out, or have their heir move someplace new, or have the prior generation stay as your playable sims until they die, it's all up to you.

Many simmers find it difficult to let go of the past generation, and the elders' help with child care is certainly a bonus! Others dislike cramped households and more often than not have their heirs move away from home for a fresh start.

If you keep the prior generation around, they may even keep their jobs, though they don't have to. Sometimes I have my elders retire and sometimes not.
Test Subject
#16692 Old 10th Nov 2020 at 11:06 PM
I haven't updated this story since March. March! But here's a new chapter and the last one of gen 1 at that. After more than two years in the first generation it's finally over. Hope generation two does better.

1.14 Mending Bridges
Test Subject
#16694 Old 14th Nov 2020 at 5:15 PM Last edited by Lumasong : 16th Nov 2020 at 11:05 PM.
Well, I had an 80-Picture post ready to go for my first post of my random legacy, and then Wordpress apparently ate the whole thing. I'm annoyed.

But I might rewrite it and post again later. Meanwhile, anyone have any tips for working with Wordpress?

[EDIT]:

I fixed it~! Here you go:
1.0 In the Beginning

[EDIT 2]:
And again
1.1 Growing Up
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