With all the Sims 3 expansions in the last few years, players are offered many different types of life states to bring a variety of gameplay options. So, the goal here is a simple race to fill your household with all available life states. Vampires, Mummies, and Sim Bots…oh my!
General Challenge Rules
The General Challenge Rules always apply. If applicable, exceptions will be noted below.
Specific Challenge Rules
- Create a Young Adult Sim.
- All expansions must be installed.
- No restrictions on vacation days allowed, but total vacation days of all household members—look at all Adventure Journals—must be added in your final score).
- If the town you want to play in does not have an empty lot to build a home, then you are free to use Edit Town to make that happen.
- If the town you want to play in does not have a lot designated as a Fishing Spot, you are free to use Edit Town to make that happen.
- Additionally, you may also use Edit Town to place the Equestrian Center.
- Please DO NOT ask for any clarifications if your question hints at strategy. You can always PM me.
- The challenge ends when your household consists of: a Sim (normal life state), a Ghost, a Mummy, a Simbot, a Vampire, an Imaginary Friend, a Genie, an offspring Hybrid (parents must be two different life states** above — i.e. a Mummy and a Ghost), a blue Ghost Pet, and a Unicorn.
- The parental life states need to be established before Trying For Baby (the Hybrid life state).
When you have all 10 different life states in your household, pause your game and note the Week and Day on the game clock. You also need to add the number of vacation days listed in all household members’ Adventure Journals to your Total Days.
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