One of my favourite things to do in The Sims 4 are challenge playthroughs. The 100 baby challenge is a challenge I have done numerous times, so I looked into the other challenges that other creators have made.
While I’m not a fan of the name of this challenge, I wanted to try a generational challenge.
Of course, people cannot change their appearance naturally, and beauty is subjective.
The rules are listed here.
I created my Sim and named her Priscilla Archer. I prefer to randomly generate names for my Sims. She is self assured, creative and neat.
At the time of this post, she’s got high skills in painting, gardening and cooking. She also works in the artist career path.
She is currently engaged to Johnny Zest, and the couple have two children. Gulliver, who will be taking over her place once she passes, and Ivy.
Johnny Zest is estranged from his family, the Landgraabs, so I wanted him to have his own family. I marry him to my Sims in my storyline playthroughs as well, so it seemed fitting to have him a part of this challenge.
At this stage in the challenge, I’m just waiting for my sims to age up so I can continue with the next generation, in this case, Gulliver.
I’m focusing on building his skills which will help him into adulthood and making as many Simoleons with the current generation.
I’d like to move them into a newer house with better furniture. The family is living within their means right now. They aren’t poor by any means, but it’ll be easier to manage their needs down the line with better furniture and items. The more expensive the item, the better it improves the sims needs.
The family felt incomplete with just one child and feels complete with Ivy. While she can’t carry on the challenge, I’m going to make sure that she has a nice, fulfilling life, and remains close with Gulliver throughout her life. I’m sentimental when it comes to my Sims!
I’ve found the NPC that Gulliver is going to marry. I tend to think ahead during these types of things.
He is an outdoor enthusiast, so I’m going to have him share his mothers love for gardening. He already enjoys fishing so that’ll help him with Simoleons down the line.
I’m on the fence about making him a writer too, just as a means to bring in extra Simoleons, although that skill could go to either of his parents while they are alive and living in the same household.
I’m hoping to post my updates on a fortnightly basis for this challenge. Of course, time being a factor, I’ll be sure to keep you all updated on my social feeds!
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