In this legacy, I’m going to TRY to do everything possible in Sims 4. I made a list 😉 I guess this isn’t really a legacy because a legacy is ten generations. It will take a lot longer than that to get everything I want to get done, done. So, I’ll call it a Dynasty. I added my list to a spreadsheet and did a random sort to determine what skill/career/aspiration/or… would be done when. If the new spouse already has an aspiration or career, and it hasn’t been completed, he or she can keep it. Otherwise, it’s the next item on the list.
Phillip Winterbourne is my founder. He is a Genius, Family-Oriented, and Outgoing. His aspiration is Successful Lineage.
The firstborn son will always be the heir and must be naturally born to his parents.
I am allowing Phillip to keep his starting money. And, he can marry whoever he wants.
Goals for this generation.
- Complete Successful Lineage aspiration
- Complete Business Management career
- Use at least 5 items from the Luxury Party Stuff Pack (Complete)
- Complete Painter Extraordinaire aspiration
- Complete Painter – Patron of the Arts career
Phillip walked around the streets of Windenburg until he met a female. Ulrike Faust was the one who showed up. He quickly made her his friend and asked her to move in. She did.
Then, he moved on to the romance part of his plan. That part was also successful.
Ulrike’s traits are Creative, Art Lover and Perfectionist. Her aspiration is Painter Extraordinaire. She has a job as a Painter at level 2.
Ulrike is pregnant. Phillip will soon have a son or daughter for the next generation tasks.
I really do hate vampires. Sigh.
Austin Winterbourne has arrived!
Phillip and Ulrike got married. In their nightwear.
A new hat for your promotion, Ulrike? Wow!
Austin has aged up to a toddler. I think that he looks just like his mommy.
I now have the required items from Luxury Party Pack placed in the house. Round table, chair set, bar, bar stools, and ottoman.
Phillip is a very good daddy. He’s always the first one there to check on little Austin.
Phillip went to the Flea Market to pick up a few things.