Part 3: Optional Rules –
There are several optional rules which you can play if you wish. They have no effect on your score but they can make the game play more fun or challenging.
When creating your founder in CAS, choose one of the founder’s 5 traits to become the ‘family trait’ for your legacy family. There after, every sim born to the legacy family must possess this trait by the time they reach young adulthood. If they do not inherit it at birth, you must choose that trait the moment you are given the option to. The remaining traits still must be rolled for.
Part 2: Scoring your Legacy –
This is totally optional! You can play your legacy for fun without scoring or compete with others for the highest score!
Here is how to score from Pinstar’s post:
Generation: You get 1 legacy point for your founder, and 1 point for every generation born until the 10th. You earn each point at the birth of the first child in each generation. Further births in that generation do not generate more points. Thus you can only earn a maximum of 10 total Generation points by completing the challenge and birthing the 10th generation. Continue reading
Out of all the challenges, legacy challenges seem to be the most popular so I thought I would make a post to put all the legacy information that I could find in one place!
Part 1: Lets start with the basics –
What is a legacy challenge??
The Legacy Challenge is a long, 10-generation challenge where you start out with a single founder and very humble beginnings and try to lead the family to fame, fortune and success over the course of 10 generations. Continue reading
I’ve been meaning to post this for a while 😀 Hope you enjoy it!!!
This is Garth Lewis, he is a middle-aged geek who still lives with his mother (I know, such a stereotype!) He is a computer whiz, genius, un-flirty, loner and a looser. On the plus side he is good at logic, very handy and a decent cook. He is also a complete mummy’s boy. He wants to be a creature-robot cross breeder but he just doesn’t seem to be able to get promoted as he spends too much time on the computer to be able to develop the skills he needs (sometimes he even skips work to spend whole days playing computer games). Continue reading
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