EP Legacy Gameplay 1.2

Back in Sunset Valley, Naoise worked on his athletic skill, while Sara read a gardening book and planted some seeds she’d found around town. When her gardening skill is high enough, she’ll be able to plant the pomegranates and plums her sister brought back from Egypt.

Elisa threw a party on the beach.

Elisa caught up with old friends, and Naoise made a new one.

As soon as Maria’s travel moodlet expired, I had Naoise and her head off to China.

He got his first adventure from the board, to retrieve a relic from the Halls of the Lost Army.

*hums Young Indiana Jones theme*

This tomb is really small, but here’s a picture of it completed anyway: B1.

While Naoise was handing in the relic, Maria cooked their dinner.

They were joined by Maria’s friend Farouk, with whom she’d stayed in Al Simhara, and a French tourist, Cemre.

Naoise spent the next couple of days at the academy learning martial arts, so that I could focus on Maria’s photography. I saw no option to call over a ranked sparring partner, so I think the martial arts tournament might not be available until he’s an adult. [Correction: Teens can enter the tournament; they just have to wait until reaching Level 4 of the martial arts skill.]

Maria also picked some cherries and pomolos for Sara, and bought some recipe and fishing books from the market.

Naoise got an opportunity to spar twice with martial artist Shen Shen-Su. He was able to win 2-0 both times.

Shen taught him a Chinese song.

Naoise was told to medidate in the Scholar’s Garden for two hours, and then retrieve some papers from the Resolute Fist Retreat.

He navigated his way through the traps and puzzles to find the papers he needed.

Here’s how the completed tomb looks: B1 B2.

8 thoughts on “EP Legacy Gameplay 1.2

  1. China is probably my favourite WA World, I love it, it’s so beautiful. I’m sure Maria was able to take some wonderful photographs there. Also the Martial Arts skill is one of my favourite things about the WA EP, the sparring interaction is so much fun, and I like to let my Sims chill out by meditating. Probably mainly I wish I could kick ass like they do..!
    I really love the travel outfit you have for Naoise, he really does look like a young Indy!

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    • I love it too! Such beautiful scenery, and interesting places to explore. I never even mind those silly fetch quests, because it’s an opportunity just to follow my sim around with the camera and enjoy all the little details of the world. And I agree that martial arts is lots of fun 🙂

      To be honest, I’ve been pretty lazy about photography so far – I’ve mostly just been taking bad photos of whatever’s in the photo log to allow Maria to complete her LTW. I’m looking forward to taking more scenery screenshots of my own though, and maybe even using S3PE to swap those images for the ones I have.

      I like Naoise’s outfit too 🙂 I’m really glad it was available for teens, as sometimes the best stuff isn’t.

      Happy Simming!


    • It is a nice location! This is why I love coastal worlds 🙂

      I think Master Controller removes the cap on the number of sims you can invite, and there’s a LTR that makes sure everyone shows up regardless of your relationship with them (provided they’re not at work or something).

      Happy simming! xx

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