I’m playing the flower legacy right now and I’m creating the husband who will cheat on my daisy heir, but he looks kinda nice so I feel bad that I’m making him to be stuck in an unhappy marriage. Most of the time I create happy families with happy lives but I guess that’s why I get bored with the sims easily since it’s so predictable. I was just wondering if anyone else feels bad when they make “bad” or mean sims or have bad events happen to give your sims story development 10.0.0.0.1192.168.1.254?
Post by Sparkiekong on Dec 21, 2022 9:18:07 GMT -5
Oh yeah, I feel terrible when I'm about to be a horrible sim god... but I always go by the rule. Is it crucial to the character development or the story development. If it's not then maybe rethink what I'm doing. If playing just a legacy though, plot gets shot out the window... and I just have to feel bad for a short moment and then carry on with my wicked ways.
It's ok. Most of us humans aren't wired to like bad events... and you're not alone in your feelings!
Post by gaviaimmer1967 on Dec 25, 2022 20:19:32 GMT -5
I know exactly how you feel! I made Vlad's parents in one of my saves, and I thought it would be fitting if he had a bad relationship with them, so I proceeded to make them both treat him as awfully as possible...only to end up feeling horrible for Vlad, changing his parents' traits, and making them apologize and bond with him.
(It helps that my version of Vlad is actually a loving family man rather than an evil creep...)
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