Skills Legacy Gameplay, Part 28

Ho Sung has been feeling lonely since Carter passed. His sister’s gone too, and most of his friends. He’s been staying indoors a lot, teaching love songs to Jia’s falcon. I should find him some new friends.

He still enjoys family meals with his girls, but they’ve got their own stuff going on.

Lin’s reached level 10 of the artisan skill.

I love the glass utensil holder that artisan sims can make. It’s great to be able to smelt your own metals too. I just wish there were some skill challenges to complete: as things stand, it feels a little shallow. What do you think of this skill?

I’m not too fussed about most of the perfumes, but the ‘bliss’ one is definitely worth crafting. Each spray gives a two-hour +20 moodlet.

Feeling on top of the world, Lin wanted to share her happiness with someone. She asked Dara to be her girlfriend.

After that she rushed home to tell Jia all about her feelings for Dara. The sisters are the best of friends. Though Jia’s ‘eating dirt’ routine never ceases to scandalize her, Lin loves how gutsy her big sister is.

They still sleep in the same bed. I decided not to bother decorating a room for Lin; she’ll be aging up and moving out soon enough anyway.

The latest dream that Lin rolled from my list was about the weather. The positive outcome was meant to be a warm moodlet, but Lin didn’t get it—probably because she has the ‘immune to heat’ LTR.

Dreaming about a different personality left Jia with an almost completely new set of traits: frugal, computer whiz, good, handy, and irresistible.

I had her donate 1000 simoleons to ‘Geese Unlimited’.

There were no coupons available in the newspaper because I haven’t placed the grocery or spa rabbit holes.

Finally, Jia invited Gang out on a date to try out her irresistible new moves.

After they’d kissed goodbye, he wondered off to scare his sister Huang. It’s his childish trait I think.

Huang was frightened and embarrassed at first but she didn’t get angry.

As her brother walked away, she even seemed to see the funny side.

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4 thoughts on “Skills Legacy Gameplay, Part 28

  1. I love learning all the little bits about things I don’t really explore more. I never try to do all the challenges. I find it extremely tedious to continue working out after one has already maxed athletics or to keep on paintint all those paintings after maxing that skill. I’m all about maxing the skill and checking that block off and moving on to another skill. I rarely play with the glass furnace any more. It makes a few things I like and then I lose interest.

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    • Interesting to hear you’re not big on the challenges. I’m always curious about other people’s games!
      I didn’t realize how much I like the challenges until (like many things) I missed not having them in TS4. They are certainly not fun just to grind through, but I like having them in the background, so that I feel like there is still more to develop with each skill even after it’s maxed out. I enjoy having an easy-to-measure difference between a sim who has only just got to level 10, and one who has been practicing it all their life.
      The furnace is the same for me as for you I think. A few items and then I’m done, and most of them are in buydebug anyway. (I’m not sure if they give a better environment score if you craft them yourself?) Which are your favourite glass items? I like the utensil holder most.

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