Thank you all so much for reading!
- Share the link of the blogger who has shown love to you by nominating you.
- Answer the questions.
- In the spirit of sharing love and solidarity with our blogging family, nominate 8-13 people for the same award.
- Ask them three questions.
Answers to Thuggishsplicer’s Questions
Q: Does your gameplay or stories get interference from other games you play?
I only play TS3! I guess the only interference I get is from my ideas pushing and showing in my brain…
Q: If you could import a character from another game you’ve played, who would it be and why? (it can be main characters or NPCs)
Without hesitation: Altaïr Ibn-La’Ahad! From the little you glimpse under his Assassin hood, he’s seems extremely handsome and mysterious and handsome. Oh, my. Perfect for Taïga!
Q: What’s the silliest thing you’ve done with your sims?
Silliest thing? That’s a tricky one… I haven’t really played for ages – I usually only set up the pics I need for my story nowadays. But I think the Sims themselves do crazy things when you leave them alone with “high free will” turned on.
Once, I needed to fast forward a season, and as usual I let them on “high free will” so they don’t starve to death or pee all over the house. I concentrated on marking papers, and when I got back to the Grey residence, Granny had moved out. I looked all over for her, and finally found her as a member of the Ashcroft household. The Mayor himself was a romantic interest and his wife was on the verge of drowning in their huge swimming pool! That’s when I decided to tune Nraas SP…
“Eight Cikadas” by @InfraGreen – A dark supernatural story about the Waverly’s, taking place in Twinbrook.
“Sim Stories” by @mastressalita – An incredibly talented collection of Sims 3 short stories and home of The Cat Chronicles.
“Just Plumb Nuts” by @venusdemilosims – The history bout the famous Jolina-Plumbs – science, adventure and showbiz!
“The Saint Family” by @MemoriiValentine – A sweet family story.
“HIATUS no more!” by sims3medieval – A historical blog with several beautifully illustrated stories.
“Simtowntales” by Niura – Detectives Kate and Ben from the city help local police in small towns on the countryside to solve crimes…
“Zombies and yu” by thronepie – Because I’m a Walking Dead fan…
And last, but not least:
“Simlish Fair” by @lanlyn – Several stories about families in different worlds, and tips for gameplay and building. I have to admit I have a favorite – Bunter in her story about Rinn Fada…
Questions For My Nominees
- What is the most annoying thing that has ever happened in your game?
- Do you play with the sound off or on? Why?
- Which premade does really get on your nerves?