That’s right, folks, Simwahine’s Sims 3 Stories has found a cozy little place in the ‘burbs to call home. It’s a great little neighborhood and all new construction. Plenty of room for you to build your own custom story-telling home. Check out the neighborhood at Sims3Stories.com. I’ll throw another shrimp on the barbie.
This site will still remain available for awhile due to the fact that it ranks very high in Google searches for animated woohoo (what is up with that??? lol), however all new updates will be added to the new site and pages not related to animated woohoo may slowly start to disappear from this location.
So I’m minding my own business (well actually it was Zach’s business, I think, but anyway…) when I noticed that Cierra was looking a bit orange. I maxed her motives but that didn’t take care of the problem so I bopped over to see what was wrong. She was sad. Why was she sad? She and her husband had just recently moved into a new house and were all set to start a family together. She was sad because she had witnessed a death.
Whose dead?! I don’t recall any personality notices about fights or broken objects that could result in death. In fact, I had just added a new caste for my favorite sims that actually reduced their chance of being killed by random activity . . . Where’s Shaun? . . . Cierra’s husband is suspiciously missing. Continue reading
Just saw this floating through my Facebook news feed and had to check it out. OMG! It is too funny! Though the writer/simmer needs a quick education about the joys of mods. Read the whole story here.
You can use Retuner to easily modify the length of pregnancies — a very useful concept if you like to play with longer-than-epic lifespans and don’t want your sims popping out kids every few days. My pregnancies are 21 days (504 hours), or roughly 9 months on my sim calendar. Mods are available that will change the length of pregnancy for you, but if you want a length that isn’t offered, here’s how you can make the necessary changes in Retuner. Continue reading
A friend over at the NRaas site asked to see how I have my No Babies caste set up when she heard that I’m able to keep a select group of sims from reproducing (most have already flooded the gene pool in SV2E — like Vlad and Sarah, shown above).
Rather than try to explain in painstaking detail how to set it up, I’m posting pictures of the caste settings. To access the option to create a caste, from city hall, a computer, or any sim you want in the caste go to NRaas > StoryProgression > Caste Options > (Add New Caste) then change the settings to match what are shown here. Continue reading