Sims 4 Legacy Challenge – Gen 1 Exit Stage Left

Apparently Parcheesi wasn’t best buds enough with Mr. Reaper to be worth sparing when he came by for a visit…

Save her? I barely knew 'er.
Save her? I barely knew ‘er.

Parcheesi didn’t really mind. She had a very full life, mastered her career, a couple of instruments, cooking and charisma (that love of alliteration I mentioned a while back…), and got to meet all three of her first (and likely only) grand-children. I’m glad I had her take a potion though, because as far as I can tell, unless everyone procreates the second they hit Young Adult status they’re extremely unlikely to ever meet their grandkids. As an aside, Holdem took his one allowed potion at the end of Young Adult, and I’m pretty sure I’ll have Elise do the same. I don’t like these mayfly lifespans – you barely get to know your Sims before they pop their clogs!

Now Parcheesi’s interred in the family plot. I threw up something quickly at the end of the last playsession, then got to modifying the house – Holdem and Elise are moving into Mom’s rooms downstairs (but doing some serious remodeling) and the kids will share the top floor. There are now 4 full baths and 6 bedrooms on the lot, so I guess I shouldn’t be surprised that the Mirage tax bill came in at 5 grand. Especially because the family no longer benefits from Parcheesi’s “Frugal” reward-trait.

Rest in Peace
Rest in Peace

I am VERY tempted to age up the trips but a) that’s probably cheating and b) it feels like it would be cheating. Not sure Elise would mind, though.

Tired gee ya think
Tired? Gee, ya think?!

 

2 thoughts on “Sims 4 Legacy Challenge – Gen 1 Exit Stage Left

    1. I *had* simoleons (fences are EXPENSIVE!), before that and the house expansion. And the taxes. Now I’m shoving the adults out the door and groaning when they have a day off. 😛

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