Nona's Sims

Modding and Troubleshooting The Sims 3

Unplanned triplets galore

Right, so I’ve been playing a lot of TS4, and something kind of strange is going on in my game. My sims keep having triplets, even without the fertile aspiration reward! At least, this one particular family is having triplets. My “founder” sim, so to speak, first had triplets. I thought she must have been super lucky or something. Anyhow, now her daughter has had triplets also! I turned aging off just so I could play around and explore the game without any concerns about aging and death spoiling the fun, so it’s not really a legacy game in the strictest definition, but now I’m sort of interested in finding out if this next generation will also have triplets. It might be time to send my founder off the after life soon anyhow, considering she’s completed 3 aspirations. But I will really miss her handiness.

Anyhow, anybody else having lots of triplets?

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September 12, 2014 - Posted by | Uncategorized

2 Comments »

  1. Haha, that’s is a strange coincidence. I never had this but I don’t like to play with children. I think I was one of the few who wasn’t upset about not having toddlers in The Sims 4. Maybe it’s a sign! Do you come across the number 3 often in you’re personal life? Or, when you have 3 triplets, the number 9. Numbers, especially when the same numbers (like double numbers: 11.11 and so on) often have a meaning if you encounter them a lot. Now I will come of my new (old ;)) age cloud and wish you a lot of fun playing. Lets see if you can make it 3 out of 3!

    Comment by Libby | October 15, 2014 | Reply

  2. So what can you do when you discover you have NO HOT WATER!
    It does not have the fat and protein that birds need.
    To listen to the stirrings within your heart and soul?
    Another photograph shows workers sealing huge stacks of freshly printed bills.

    Comment by hueeuheuheuheu | October 22, 2014 | Reply


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