Post by Basemental on Sept 17, 2018 15:14:32 GMT -5
How it works
Blocks Slice of Life Drunk Buffs
As of version 5.0 this mod blocks KawaiiStacie’s Slice of Life drunk buffs. It doesn’t matter if you remove her Alcohol system or not, it will be blocked (to prevent you having double drunk buffs, but still be able to play with Stacie's mod). It can however be unblocked through cheats (if you think double drunk buffs is a swell idea, for some reason). Type in “bma_cheats” to access the cheat list.
Order drinks from bars like you normally would. Your Sim will get drunk off them.
This is a gradual thing where the Sims will become more drunk the more they drink.
The effects will be declining eventually if your Sim stops drinking.
Your Sim will also get a few random additional buffs and moodlets dependant on how drunk your Sim is.
Your Sim will get hangovers the day after drinking. The drunker he or she was, the heavier the hangover.
Bouncers (Lot Trait)
You can add a Bouncer Lot Trait to any nightclub or bar venue. This will make a randomly generated townie appear on the lot to make sure everyone is behaving.
If your Sim gets wasted on a lot with a bouncer on it the bouncer might notice and tell your Sim to leave the premises.
If your Sim has the hot-headed trait this ordeal might end up in a fight.
Teens may also get drunk, but if your Teen Sim tries to get drunk on a lot with the Bouncer Trait on it, the Bouncer will ask for ID.
To purchase a Fake-ID, click any computer in game and order it through the "Order" menu. It costs 1500 Simoleons and will appear in your Sims inventory after purchase.
If your Sim is drunk or wasted he or she can click on the phone and send a drunk text.
The reply your Sim will get in return depends on the additional buffs your Sim has from being drunk.
This might end up in a relationship loss between your Sim and the recipient of the text or it might end up in them inviting you over for a party.
This feature was bugged and is fixed again in version 5.0
Real Drink Names
The mod also comes with this optional package (if you do not wish to have it installed, simply delete it from your Mods folder).
What this does is change all the juice names to real drink names. I have however tried to stay clear of brand names and also tried to stay true to the Sims lore.
As an example; McDillian's Single Nect is most likely based on Macallan Single Malt, so with this package it is called McDilian's Single Malt.
Example #2; The drink Ridgeport is most likely based on a Manhattan, Bridgeport is a town in Sims 3, so the name is changed to Bridgeport.
Sims who keeps on drinking a bunch of alcohol might end up with an "Addicted to Alcohol" debuff.
This buff lasts for 5 days and is refreshed every time your Sim drinks more alcohol.
If your Sim is not under the influence while the buff is active, he or she might get a lot of negative debuffs until he or she drinks more alcohol.
As of version 4.1 tolerance traits has been implemented to the mod. You can buy these traits through the rewards store.
No Conflict with Slice of Life
As of version 4.1 this mod no longer conflicts with KawaiiStacie’s Slice of Life mod. It is however recommended that you turn off her drunk effects if you use Slice of Life to avoid getting double drunk effects.
- Download the zip file titled "Basemental-Alcohol-5.0.zip"
- Unzip the contents of the zip file and place it no further than one subfolder deep in your Mods folder
- Do not attempt to unzip the .ts4script file
This mod overrides the following tuning files:
(If you use another mod that also utilizes these and overrides them, these mods will conflict)
loot_Wakeup_Nap - 10361
loot_Wakeup_LowQuality - 10297
loot_Wakeup_MedQuality - 10294
lot_Wakeup_HighQuality - 10338
loot_Wakeup_Failure - 9668
loot_Wakeup - 11005
Note: This mod WILL conflict with my other bigger mod (that I won't mention by name here, if you know then you know) - So, don't have both installed at the same time.
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