I’m playing an Apocalypse Challenge.
This is something that I tried in The Sims 3 but never finished because The Sims 4 came out and I was immediately distracted. For those of you who do not know the challenge, you can find the rules here.
To get myself ready to play a Sims 4 Apocalypse Challenge I decided that I needed to try a Wonder Child Challenge in order to acquire a sim capable enough of founding such a thing. The Apocalypse Challenge life isn’t the easiest after all.
I used the tenth generation baby from by previous Legacy Challenge. She was named Chef Sims in preparation for my apocalypse naming scheme. That being said, using a preexisting sim in a preexisting family means I wasn’t pulling off a proper Wonder Child Challenge. While not technically a cheat when it comes to the Apocalypse, I did feel I was giving little Chef a some unfair advantages.
The two girls in the this picture are Chef and her twin sister, Giovanna.
But I’m rambling. The real reason for this post is to tell you what happened after I finished my Wonder Child Challenge (or Mock Wonder Child Challenge really.)
You see, feeling as though I had already given Chef some unfair advantages, and wanting to stay in the same neighbourhood for the apocalypse, I decided that the best way to even things out was to kill everyone that Chef knows.
You know, as simmers often do.
Chef, now a young adult and ready to face the world as it will soon become, is going to lose everyone she cares about. Sure I felt bad, but what happens in an apocalypse really? People die.
I created a new household and filled it with all of the sims Chef had befriended during her childhood and teen years.
The unlucky sims are Ernest Pringle, Elsa Bjergsen, Roy Slone, Brylee Whelan, Mike Whelan, Camden Santander, and Candy Behr.
Murder weapon of choice? The swimming pool. A classic really.
The victims head on over, resigned to their fate.
They’re walled in. Now all we have to do is wait.
The first to go is Roy Slone.
Second in line is Elsa Bjergsen.
Not satisfied with Elsa getting all the glory, Candy doesn’t even bother to finish letting Elsa die before she starts drowning.
A sad sight. I dunno if Grim can keep up with all this.
Next is Brylee.
Camden is the last man standing. Or swimming. Drowning. Whatever.
Just to throw salt on the wound, Chef sends Camden a text to offer her condolences.
Thanks Chef. You’ve seriously just made my day.