It's going to be tough. Sometimes it's best to just buy a lot off of someone else. If you want space for just yourself? I'd buy an Apartment. It's cheaper and harder to lose. But if you NEED a house... your best bets are probably going to be The Goblet or Mist. Just outright forget Kugane.Do any of you FFXIV players have real estate?
Any advice for a new person? I’m working on the cash and need 3-4 more ranks with my GC. I did a push one day last week and got 4-5 ranks.
You can get at least 8 spaces to plant in a single garden patch with a house. You also need a house for crossbreeding because you can't crossbred with flower pots.I’d like to garden and have as much space as possible for that. From my understanding, I can have two flower pots in an FC room and two in an apartment.
If I buy land, would I have access to much more?
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I’m two ranks away from what I need for a GC rank and slowly getting there cash wise.
Your sim play is starting to get a little weirdBaby Ariel has a marketing deal with EA and appears in the City Living pack for Sims 4. Without cheats, she's an immortal, perpetual teen. You have to cheat to get her to age or get pregnant. I MCCC'd a baby in her, and the last I checked the daughter was just short of Elder while Ariel was still a brand new teen.
I sent the original sim's great-great-great grandson to do the same. The new baby has a different last name than the first?
The owls are important for the meta-narrative. They're the most important bit of the game.Stranger Things the Game
This is a free mobile game (no microtransactions), and aside from the frustrations of touchscreen controls, it's a good game. It's a Zelda inspired action adventure, and there are some enjoyable puzzles and dungeons. There are eight playable characters, and you switch between them to use their special abilities. You start playing as Hopper, who has a dash attack at full health (and later is the only character that can go into the Upside Down, when you get a hazmat suit), and gradually collect more characters.
- The 16-bit inspired graphics do a good job of capturing the style of the show.
- There are fun puzzles in the dungeons
- Character abilities tie in well with the show
- You get to smash things like bushes and trash cans to find money and health!
- Lots of cool gaming and pop culture references like this one:
- The touch screen controls. While not terrible, I'm looking forward to proper controller support when the next game appears on other platforms.
- A forced stealth section. On the standard (easier) difficulty this just plays like a puzzle game of sorts, enemies are very predictable, but it's still forced stealth.
- Some of the things you smash for items include bookshelves. What kind of monster thought it was okay to make people smash books?
- The overworld is plagued with owls that dive-bomb you. They don't ruin the game, but they're just stupid annoying.
So I've been playing a game of the Sims with my RL family as the Sims. We were all out at a restaurant celebrating a birthday, and since the whole family was out together I forgot that I had set a curfew for the teenagers. So with the parents out, who enforces curfew?
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