Maximum Moodlets: Do Opposites Really Attract?

Maximum Moodlets: Do Opposites Really Attract?

My thanks to Honeymooners for the basic idea of this challenge. Of course, I had to put my own spin on it. :D This should be a very challenging tournament.


Start with 2 Young Adult sims — only Acquaintances— at the opposite ends of the spectrum with the goal of making them as happy as possible upon achieving their respective Lifetime Wishes.


  1. Create 2 new young adult sims (no relationship link at all) with the lifespan option set to “Long.” Lifewish Wish is up to you. The 2 sims must always remain in the same house.

Sim #1 Traits:
Loves the Outdoors

Sim#2 Traits:
Hates the Outdoors

  1. Build a house or move into an existing home — doesn’t matter. Change homes as often as you want.

  2. No cheats or modifications.

  3. The challenge ends when both of your sims have achieved their Lifetime Wish.


Your score is the sum of all Moodlets of both your Sims when each achieves their Lifetime Wish. So, as soon as one of them achieves their Lifetime Wish, pause the game, and add up all of the positive and negative Moodlets for a final value. Do the same for the 2nd sim when they achieve their Lifetime Wish and add the two values together for the total.

Good luck, everyone!


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