I LIVE!

Yes, I’m finally ready to continue this challenge. Sorry I took so long. For generation Two I’ve chosen to do the Roman Empire for two resons.

  1. Looking at what CC is available Rome looks easiest to make
  2. The Roman Empire covered a huge amount of land throughtout Africa, Asia and Europe which means that my racially diverse sims will fit right in

Rules and goals:

  • Aspirations
    “Sims in Early Civilization had started to discover the value of both friendships and material goods, and dedicated much of their time to the acquisition of both.”

    Sims may now also have the Fabulously Wealthy, Friend of the World, Party Animal and The Curator aspirations.
  • Careers
    “With the comfort of a strong community, Early Civilization Sims could allow themselves to pledge their skills to other Sims, in exchange for goods and simoleons.”

    Male Sims may now also join the Manual Labor career. Both genders may also play music for tips, but may not license written songs. Sims may also now sell books, and may now open a personal store to do so, but they may not hire employees. Only Male Sims are allowed to manage personal stores. Sims may not publish books, only sell them directly from their inventory or through a store.
  • Romance
    “Early Civilization Sims did not feel as much pressure to produce offspring, thanks to the protection granted by the community, so they could instead settle down with someone they connected with on a much deeper level.”

    Sims may now get married, but may not have multiple lovers. They may not divorce, but may remarry if their spouse dies. Female Sims may only get remarried to a brother of the husband.
  • Objects/Furniture
    “The ever-increasing intelligence of the Early Civilization Sims resulted in a number of new inventions, all contributing to a more comfortable life for Sims everywhere.”

    Sims may now also buy and use beds, chess tables, bathtubs, bookshelves, grills, flame-based lights, notebooks, refrigerators, sinks, stoves, toilets, violins, incense holders and saunas.
    If you didn’t download the notebook mod, your Sims may use a computer instead, but only for writing.
  • Other Rules
    “Once books had become the main method for acquiring and storing information, Sims dedicated entire buildings to the collection of them, to further increase the availability of knowledge to each and every Sim.”

    You may now place a Library in your chosen World, and Sims may visit it freely.

GOALS

  • Reach level 10 Charisma, Painting and Writing skill on the same Sim – 1 points
  • Earn 5 000 simoleons from playing music for tips – 2 points
  • Earn a gold medal on a house party, with the maximum number of guests – 2 points
  • Display at least 100 unique in-game collectibles on your challenge lot – 2 points
    Time-limited collectibles, such as Easter Eggs, do not count.
  • Have the same Sim write 10 books of Bestseller quality – 3 points

Ka’s Other Children

I thought it would be nice to show off the children Ka has fathered with women other than En-pap and Sanga. Here’s Banna, his son by Mal-sal’di

 

He’s a teen now but this is what he looked like as a child

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Here’s Lugotorix, Ka and Tak’s son

Here are the twins he had by Renn. Komindo

And Kommios

I’ll probably do a few posts like this, keeping track of close family members and showing how they age. Hope you enjoyed!

Some Name Lists

I am trying to be as historically accurate as it is possible to be while playing the Sims 4 (so not very) and that includes names. I’ve actually already chosen all the names that I’m going to use in each era because I’m weirdly organised like that. Now, I love researching stuff and I love naming things but I realise not everybody does. Luckily I also love making lists way too much so I thought I’d make this resource for anyone struggling with names. It contains links to the sites I used as well as a list of names for those who just want to get on with playing. Since I’m British, I will be focusing on Britain and the names used there.

Prehistory – Gen 0

This one was hard because the reason it’s called prehistory is because no-one had written anything down yet. What I did was look up the oldest known names but it would be just as accurate to make them up. The oldest names I could find are

Enpap-x (Sumerian, c. 3200-3101 BC)
Gal-Sal  (Sumerian, c. 3200-3101 BC)
Iry-hor (Egyptian, c. 3200 BC)
Ka (Egyptian, c. 3200 BC)
Sukkalgir (Sumerian, c. 3200-3101 BC)
Turgunu Sanga (Sumerian, c 3100 BC)

With the possible exception of Enpap-x and Sukkalgir these were almost certainly men (especially the Egyptians, who were kings) but I didn’t let that stop me. I just picked the most ‘prehistoric sounding’ and went with it.

Prehistoric – Gen 1

For this I decided to use Iron Age British names since pre-Roman Britain is counted as prehistoric and I wanted the names to be chronologically later as a sort of bridge between ‘true’ prehistory and the Early Civilisation era. I used this site for my names.

Names with an * next to them are of uncertain gender

Female

Alatucca
Aucissa
Andoc*
Auuimpus
Banna*
Belismicus*
Bellica
Britivenda
Carssouna
Cata
Catia
Conna
Cuamenai
Deiana
Diseta
Docca*
Enica
Gleva*
Illica
Locinna
Lovernisca
Magunna
Manduorix
Matugena
Micico*
Oconea
Paltucca
Regalis*
Ria*
Senovara
Sentica
Sulicena
Tam*
Tancorix
Totia
Vatta
Veldica
Velua
Verctissa
Vinda
Vrocata

Male

Aesu
Andoc*
Andoco
Ateciu
Atgivios
Aun
Banna*
Belismicus*
Bitucus
Blatero
Boduoc
Cartivel
Catti
Cingetorix
Commios
Comox
Cor
Dias
Docca*
Duro
Eisu
Eppilus
Esico
Esup Asu
Gleva*
Lugotorix
Mandubracius
Mato
Prasto
Prasutagus
Regalis*
Ria*
Rues
Saenu
Sego
Segovax
Senecio
Solidu
Tam*
Tigirsenos
Tincomarus
Trennus
Vellocatus
Vepoc
Verica
Vindissus
Volisios

Early Civilisation

For these names I mainly used this site and this site. I would suggest only using names from here as first names if you want to be completely historically accurate (which I probably won’t be!). I’m doing Ancient Rome for this era because it seemed like the best period for clothing but here are some Ancient Greek names and here are some Ancient Egyptian ones.

Female preanomina(‘first names’)

Agrippina
Appia
Aula
Decima
Gaia
Gnaea
Fausta
Hosta
Lucia
Mania
Marca
Mettia
Nona
Numeria
Octavia
Paulla
Procula
Publia
Quinta
Septima
Servia
Sexta
Spuria
Statia
Tiberia
Tita
Tulla
Vibia
Volera
Volesa
Vopisca

Male praenomina

Agrippa
Appius
Aulus
Decimus
Gaius
Gnaeus
Faustus
Hostus
Lucius
Manius
Marcus
Mettius
Nonus
Numerius
Octavius
Opiter
Paullus
Proculus
Publius
Quintus
Septimus
Servius
Sextus
Spurius
Statius
Stertor
Tiberius
Titus
Tullus
Vibius
Volero
Volesus
Vopiscus

Nomina and cognomina (clan and family names) – if you find the list of praenomina too limiting feel free to use these as first names. It’s not strictly accurate but often Romans would have been known by their cognomen anyway. Just remember to feminise by replacing -us with -a.

Aemilius
Agrippa
Albius/Albus
Antonius
Asinius
Avilius
Balb[in]us
Barba
Bestia
Blandus
Blasius
Buteo
Caecus
Camillus
Cassius
Celcus
Cornelius
Crispinus
Decius
Didius
Dives
Domitius
Drusus
Duilius
Egnatius
Ennius
Equitius
Fabi[an]us
Festus
Fimbria
Flavius
Fullo
Fulvius
Gallus
Gemellus
Glaucia
Gordanius
Graccus
Gratius
Herminius
Hilarius
Hirtius
Horatius
Hortensius
Hostilius
Iovanius
Iovita
Iulius
Iunius
Iuvenalis
Iuventius
Lartius
Laurenti[n]us
Licinius
Livius
Luc[i]anus
Lucretius
Marius
Maxentius
Memmius
Messalla
Modius
Mucius
Ocella
Octavius
Ovidius
Naevius
Nasica
Nautius
Numerius
Numicius
Paulinus
Petronius
Pompilius
Pontius
Portius
Priscus
Quadratis
Quintillus
Quinctius
Ralla
Regulus
Rubellius
Ruf[in]us
Ruga
Rutilius
Sabinus
Saturninus
Scribonius
Sempronius
Silvanus
Sulpicius
Tarquinius
Tarquitius
Terentius
Thracius
Traianus
Tullius
Ulpius
Valerius
Varus
Vergilius
Vibianus
Vipsanius
Volumnius

Middle Ages

Depending on how far back you want to set your game I’ve marked pure Anglo-Saxon names like this * . Dimunutives were very commonly used as names in their own right, especially as it was common for peasant families to give all their sons/daughters the same proper name so I’ve put them in brackets. All the names can be spelled pretty much how you like, for example Gervase can also be Jarvis.

I used this site, this site, this site, this site and this site

Aelfgifu*
Aethelflaed*
Agnes (Annis)
Alice (Alison, Alicia)
Amabel (Amy, Amia, Mabel, Amisia, Moppet)
Anne (Annette, Annie)
Beatrice (Beatty, Beton)
Basilea
Berta
Christiana
Cicely (Cissot)
Clare (Clarice)
Constance
Cyneburg[a]*
Dionesia/Denise (Dye)
Eadgyth*
Eleanor (Ellen, Ella, Helen)
Elizabeth (Ellis, Beth, Betha, Bess, Bessie, Elizabella, Lylie, Lillian)
Emma
Eoforhild*
Eva (Evot, Ava, Avaline)
Felice
Frideswide*
Godgifu*
Godiva
Golda
Gundred
Gunnora
Gytha
Haunild
Hawisa
Helewise
Hilda
Hrothwyn*
Ida
Idonea
Isabel (Isabella, Isabaeu, Ilsabeth, Ibb, Ibbot, Bel, Bella, Belet, Belessindis, Ebete, Bete,         Bibi)
Iseut
Joan (Jane, Janet, Johanna)
Jocelyn (Joyce, Joy)
Julian (Juliana, Julia, Julitta, Gillian, Gill, Juhota)
Katherine (Kate, Katlin, Kitty, Katin, Katerel)
Laura (Lauret, Laurencia)
Leticia/Lettice (Lecie, Leteln, Lette)
Leofflaed*
Linnet
Linota
Margaret (Mag, Maggy, Margot, Madge, Meriet, Mogg, Pogg, Peg, Greta)
Marjorie/Margery (Mag, Maggy, Margot, Madge, Meriet, Mogg, Pogg, Pegg)
Mary (Marykin, Marion, Mariot, Meriet, Mally, Molly, Marina, Marcella, Maura, Miriam, Poll, Polkin)
Matilda/Maude (Mathild, Mattie, Maddy, Motte, Tilda, Til, Tilly, Tilota)
Mildburg*
Mildthryth*
Nesta
Nichola
Oriel
Philippa
Petronel (Petronella, Perenel, Peryna, Pernel)
Primaveira
Richenda
Rohese
Rosamund
Rowena
Royce
Torctgydh*
Sabina
Sarah (Sarret)
Susan (Susanna)
Sidony
Sybil[a]
Sunngifu*
Theophania/Tiffany (Tiffan, Teffen, Tephania)
Wilburg*
Wihemina (Wilmot)
Wymarc

Male

Adam (Add, Addy, Adkin)
Aelfstan*
Aethelric*
Alan
Andrew (Dandy, Dancock, Tandy)
Ansel (Anselm, Ancelot)
Baldwin
Bartholemew (Bart, Barty, Batty, Batkin, Bartelot, Bette)
Behrtulf*
Beorhtric*
Bernard
Bertram
Cerdic*
Christopher (Kit, Kitlin, Kester, Stoffer)
Cuthbert
Cynebald*
David (Dackin, Daw)
Denis (Denzil, Denisel, Tenney)
Deorwine*
Diggory
Drogo
Dunstan
Eadwulf*
Eastmund*
Edmund
Edward (Ned, Neddy)
Elias (Ellis, Eliot, Elkin, Elcock)
Ernald
Fabian
Freodhoric*
Fulk
Geoffrey (Geoff/Jeff, Jeffcock, Jep)
Gervase (Vasey)
Giles
Gilbert (Gib, Gibbon, Gibby, Gibelin, Gibelot, Gil)
Godric
Godwin
Henry (Harry, Herry, Hal, Halkin, Hank, Hankin, Hawkin)
Hereward*
Hilary (Ilarius, Ellery, Hille)
Hrothulf*
Hubert (Hubie)
Hugh (Hugo, Hughelot, Hud, Hudkin, Hutch, Huget)
Irminric*
Ives
James (Jago, Jacob, Jack, Jaclin, Jakot, Jackamin, Jex, Jem, Jim, Jacock, Jaycock, Jankin, Cob)
Job
Jocelin (Josse, Joyce, Gotselin, Gotsone, Jukel, Joy, Jossin, Joel)
John (Jack, Jan, Jankin, Jenkin, Jonet, Hann, Hank, Hankin, Hancock)
Laurence (Larry, Larkin, Laret, Law)
Leofsige*
Leofstan*
Lewis
Luke (Lukas, Luket)
Martin
Matthew (Matt, Mattie, Matkin, Maton, Makin, Mayhew)
Merehwit*
Michael (Miles, Milo, Miot)
Morris
Nicholas (Nichol, Nicks, Nicolin, Col, Cole, Colin, Colet, Colkin, Colcock)
Nigel
Odo (Odelin)
Oliver (Noll, Nolly)
Osbeorn*
Osric
Patrick (Pate)
Paul (Paulin, Powlis)
Percival (Perkin, Perrin)
Peter (Piers, Peterkin, Perkin, Perrin, Pel)
Philip (Filkin, Philpot, Potikin, Phipp)
Raedwulf*
Ralf/Ralph (Raulin, Raulot)
Richard (Dick, Dickun, Dickory, Hick, Hicket, Higg, Hitch, Hudd)
Robert (Robin, Rob, Dob, Dobin, Hob, Hopkin, Nob, Nabelot)
Roger (Dodd, Dodge, Hodge, Hodgkin)
Roland (Rollet, Rollin, Ruel)
Sigeweard*
Silas (Selwyn, Savin)
Simon (Simonel, Simnel, Simkin, Simcock)
Stephan
Swithin
Theodore (Terry, Tierry, Todrick, Tedrick, Deryk, Torald, Tory)
Theobald (Tybalt, Tybald, Tibbet, Tepp, Talbot)
Thomas (Tom, Tomlin, Tomkin, Tomcock, Tommis, Tam, Tamlin)
Thorweald*
Thurstan
Tondheri*
Umfrey
Vivian (Vidian, Fidian, Fidd, Fidkin, Vidgen)
Walter (Wally, Walt, Wat, Wattie)
Wilfred (Wilf)
Wilibald
William (Will, Willie, Willet, Wilmot, Wilky, Wilkin)
Wulfnoth*
Ymbert

Georgian/18th Century

I used this site, this site and this site. Remember, many Medieval names can also be used for this period

Female

Alethea
Almira
Amy
Angelica
Araminta
Audrey
Barbara
Bathsheba
Benedicta
Bethia
Blythe
Bridget
Cassia
Caroline
Cecilia
Charlotte
Christmas
Clara
Damaris
Deborah
Dinah
Dorothy/Dorothea
Dorcas
Dorinda
Eleanor
Elizabeth
Emily
Esther
Euphemia
Eunice
Faith
Fiona
Frances
Genevieve
Georgianna
Gertruda
Grace
Hannah
Harriet
Helen[a]
Henrietta
Honora
Horatia
Iris
Isabel[la]
Isadora
Jane
Jemima
Joan
Josephine
Judith
Juli[ann]a
Katherine
Keturah
Kezia
Lavinia
Leonora
Lucretia
Louisa
Lucy
Lydia
Margaret
Maria
Marian
Marthanna
Mary
Mercy
Octavia
Olivia
Naomi
Nancy
Nell
Pamela
Patience
Philippa
Phoebe
Priscilla
Prudence
Robina
Rosamund
Rosemary
Ruenna
Rebecca
Sarah
Sally
Selina
Sophia
Susan
Sylvia
Tabitha
Theodosia
Thomasin
Tryphena
Tryphosia
Ursula
Violetta
Verity
Zeferra
Zinnia

Male

Absalom
Alexander
Ambrose
Anthony
Archibald
Augustus
Bartholomew
Benjamin
Bernard
Boaz
Charles
Chauncey
Christmas
Christian
Christopher
Cornelius
Daniel
David
Derrick
Edward
Ephraim
Erasmus
Ernest
Eugene
Ezekiel
Fortune
Francis
Frederick
Gabriel
Gamaliel
George
Gerald
Harold
Henry
Hodijah
Horatio
Hugh
Humphrey
Isaac
James
Jasper
John
Joseph
Joshua
Justin
Kelah
Lancelot
Lawrence
Leonard
Louis
Malachi
Mark
Marmaduke
Martin
Matthew
Nathaniel
Nicholas
Noah
Obediah
Octavius
Oliver
Oscar
Owen
Paul
Peregrine
Peter
Philip
Philomon
Phineas
Providence
Ralph
Richard
Robert
Roderick
Rueben
Rupert
Samuel
Simon
Solomon
Stephen
Sylvester
Thaddeus
Thomas
Theophilus
Timothy
Uriah
Valentine
Virgil
William
Zachariah
Zachary
Zebulon
Zephaniah

Victorian

These names can be used for both the Old West and Industrial eras. Again, lots of the Medieval and Georgian names can also be used for this period and most of these names can be used for the Colonial ere but be careful as a few only came into use during the 19th century. Names in brackets are diminutives that were also used as names in their own right.

I used this site, this site, and this site

Female

Abigail
Alice
Amelia
Anabelle
Agnes
Augusta
Beatrice
Bernadette
Bernice
Beulah
Blanche
Bonnie
Caroline
Cecilia
Clara
Constance
Cornelia
Cynthia
Daisy
Delia
Delphine
Dinah
Dorothy (Dotty)
Doris
Edith
Edwina
Eileen
Elizabeth (Beth, Bess, Eliza and Lizzie)
Emily
Evangeline
Faith
Fidelia
Frances[ca]
Florence
Freda
Genevieve
Geraldine
Gertrude
Gracie
Gwendolyn
Gwenllian
Hannah
Harriet (Hattie)
Helga
Henrietta
Hope
Hortence
Ida
Imogen
Irene
Iris
Isobel
Ivy
Jane (Jenny)
Jessamine
Jessica
Jonquil
Juliet
Junie
Katherine
Kathleen
Laura
Lavinia
Leah
Lilly
Lucinda
Louise
Mabel
Madeline
Martha
Mary (Molly and Polly)
Mildred
Myrtle
Nan
Nancy
Natalie
Nell
Nettie
Norah
Odette
Olive
Olwen
Opal
Ophelia
Orpha
Patience
Pearl
Philomena
Phyllis
Pretoria
Primrose
Queenie
Rachel
Rosalie
Rose
Rowena
Ruby
Ruth
Samantha
Sarah (Sally)
Savannah
Sophie
Sophronia
Sybil
Tabitha
Tessie
Theodora
Theresa
Thomasina
Tilly
Una
Ursula
Velma
Vera
Verity
Victoria
Violet
Virginia
Wilhelmina
Winifred (Winnie)
Zenobia
Zoe
Zylphia

Also note that in this century double barreled first names such as Sarah-Ann or Mary-Louise became popular

Male

Abner
Abraham
Albert (Bertie)
Arnold
Arthur
Aubrey
Barnabas
Basil
Benedict
Benjamin
Bertram
Byron
Cecil
Charles
Clarence
Claud
Clement
Clifford
Daniel
David
Donald
Douglas
Dudley
Duncan
Ernest
Edgar
Elijah
Emil
Evelyn
Ezra
Felix
Ferdinand
Fergus
Francis *Frank)
Franklin
Frederick
Geoffrey
George
Gerald
Gideon
Granville
Gregory
Harold
Herbert
Hiram
Horace
Howard
Hugh
Iolo
Irvin
Isaac
Isador
Isaiah
Ivor
Jacob
James
Jasper
Jeremiah
John (Jack)
Julian
Kenneth
Lambert
Laurence
Leopold
Leslie
Lionel
Lloyd
Lucas
Malcolm
Maurice
Maxwell
Meriwether
Miles
Morgan
Neville
Nigel
Ninian
Noel
Norbert
Norman
Obediah
Oliver
Oscar
Oswald
Otto
Owen
Paul
Percival (Percy)
Peregrine (Perry)
Peter
Phillip
Pierce
Quincey
Ralph
Raymond
Reginald
Robert
Roger
Rufus
Sebastian
Seth
Sidney
Silas
Stanley
Stuart
Terrence
Thaddeous
Theodore
Thomas
Timothy
Tobias (Toby)
Ulysses
Uriah
Valentine
Vernon
Vincent
Virgil
Vivian
Waldo
Wallace
Walter
Wilbur
Wilfred
William
Zackary
Zedock

1920s

Once again, Medieval, Georgian and Victorian names can also be used for this period.

I used this site, this site and this site

Female

Ada
Alma
Anne
Anita
Antoinette
Arlene
Barbara
Bertha
Beryl
Betty
Blanche
Brenda
Carol
Carrie
Charlotte
Christine
Claire
Cora
Daisy
Daphne
Delores
Donna
Doreen
Doris
Edna
Elaine
Eloise
Elsie
Enid
Estelle
Faye
Felicity
Fern
Flora
Florence
Frances
Geneva
Georgina
Gladys
Gloria
Grace
Gwendoline
Hannah
Harriet
Hazel
Helen
Hilda
Honoria
Ida
Imogen[e]
Inez
Irene
Iris
Ivy
Jacqueline
Janice
Jennie
Jessie
Joyce
June
Katherine
Kathleen
Laverne
Leona
Lillian
Lois
Loretta
Lucille
Marcella
Marilyn
Mary
Mildred
Monica
Muriel
Nancy
Naomi
Nellie
Nina
Nora
Norma
Odette
Olga
Olive
Olivia
Olwen
Opal
Patricia
Pamela
Pauline
Pearl
Peggy
Phyllis
Rachel
Regina
Rita
Roberta
Rose
Ruby
Sadie
Sarah
Sheila
Shirley
Stella
Susan
Thelma
Theresa
Thomasina
Tilly
Zelda
Vera
Verna
Veronica
Victoria
Virginia
Vivian
Wanda
Wilhelmina
Wilma
Winifred
Yolanda
Yvette
Yvonne
Zelda
Zoe

Male

Alan
Albert
Angelo
Antonio
Arnold
Arthur
Basil
Ben
Bernard
Bill
Brian
Bruce
Carl
Chester
Clarence
Clifford
Clyde
Cyril
Dale
Daniel
Dean
Derek
Douglas
Duane
Edgar
Edmund
Emil
Eric
Eugene
Everett
Forrest
Francis
Franklin
Fred
Frederick
Gene
George
Gilbert
Glenn
Gordon
Graham
Harry
Herman
Homer
Horace
Howard
Hugh
Ian
Ira
Irving
Ivor
Jacob
Jerome
Jesse
Joe
Juan
Julius
Keith
Kenneth
Lawrence
Leon
Leonard
Lester
Lewis
Lyle
Marion
Martin
Maurice
Maximillian
Mike
Milton
Nathan
Nathanial
Nelson
Nicholas
Noah
Oliver
Orville
Otis
Owen
Pascal
Paul
Percy
Peter
Phillip
Preston
Raymond
Richard
Roland
Ronald
Roy
Russel
Salvatore
Samuel
Seymour
Stanley
Steve
Sylvester
Terence
Theodore
Thomas
Toby
Tony
Trevor
Vernon
Victor
Vincent
Virgil
Wallace
Walter
Warren
Wesley
Wilbert
William
Zack
Zane

Modern Day

Anything goes! Go wild! But if you’re having trouble, Behind the Name is a great website to browse.

Sims 4 History Challenge

This is the home of my playthrough of Cloudseeker’s History Challenge. I will, with permission, be playing it slightly tweaked so as to allow same-gender relationships in the appropriate historical context.

Names lists are here

The goals for the whole challenge are:

  • Reach level 10 in every skill at least once – 1 point
  • Earn 10 gold medals on each different type of social event – 1 point
    Only the base game social events are required. These are House Party, Dinner Party, Birthday Party, Wedding and Date.
  • Earn 250 000 simoleons during a single Era – 2 points
  • Reach level 10 in 2 different careers on the same Sim – 2 points
  • Reach level 10 in 10 different skills on the same Sim – 3 points
  • Have the same Sim earn at least 20 000 Satisfaction points – 3 points
  • Complete each aspiration at least once – 4 points
  • Complete at least 10 in-game collections – 4 points
  • Represent each Era with a family portrait/photo – 5 points
    A “family” portrait means a single portrait with both parents and at least 1 child in it. The child must be older than the “baby” stage. The parents do not necessarily have to be the child’s actual parents, as long as they are the parent figures of the household. The portraits/photos must be on display somewhere on the lot in order to count.
  • Display the graves/urns of all deceased family members on the challenge lot or on a dedicated graveyard lot – 5 points
    The graves of family members that died while they were not part of the household do not need to be displayed.

 

And the rules are

  • All traits and aspirations, except for those of your Ancestors, must be decided randomly, using whatever method you prefer. I personally recommend using CreateARandomSim, as it allows you to easily select which traits and aspirations should be considered for randomization.
  • A Sim’s aspiration may never be changed, not even once it is completed. The only exception to this rule is if a Sim has an aspiration that is not allowed for the current Era, in which case you must change it to an allowed aspiration, chosen at random.
  • Your challenge household may not move to a different lot during the challenge, and you may not play any households other than your challenge household. Your Sims may travel freely within the challenge World, and may travel to other Worlds if required by a challenge goal or an aspiration.
  • Sims may be moved out of the household at any time, but moved-out Sims may never be moved back in. Sims that have moved out may also no longer contribute to any goals, but any contributions they made before moving out still count.
  • Only spouses/mates may be moved into the household, but they may not bring in any money. To prevent this, make sure that they are not the only member of a household before moving them in, or use the money cheat to remove any money they may bring in. Moved-in spouses/mates may contribute to goals.
  • The Lifespan setting must be set to “normal”.
  • Sims may not be aged up manually except for when it actually is their birthday.
  • Items that modify a Sim’s age (except for the Birthday Cake), or resurrect dead Sims, may never be used. Sims are allowed to Plead with the Reaper to save a dying Sim, but they may not use a Death Flower to guarantee success.
  • Cowplants may be grown, but not sold. Cow Berries may be sold, however. If you want to get rid of a grown cowplant, simply place it in your family inventory. Additionally, you may milk cowplants, but if you do, you must immediately sell the received Essence.
  • Reward Potions, like the Instant Fun, Happy Potion, and Moodlet Solver potions may not be purchased or used until you have reached the Middle Ages. Potions of Youth are still forbidden, however.
  • Cheats may not be used, except for getting out of glitched/bugged situations, or when you are explicitly told to use a cheat.
    EXCEPTIONS: moveobjects may be freely used for aesthetic purposes, cas.fulleditmode may be used to modify tattoos and other skin details (but NOTHING else), and bb.showhiddenobjects may be used to add ponds to community lots.
  • Fishing in the hidden areas (Sylvan Glades, Forgotten Grotto, etc) may only be done by Sims that have reached level 10 in the Fishing skill.
  • The different Eras have lists of what objects/furniture may be used during that Era, and they append to the objects allowed for the previous Era. For example, during the Middle Ages, you may use all objects that are allowed for the Middle Ages, Early Civilization, and The Prehistoric Times. However, to try and avoid walls of text in the rules, I have only listed objects that have some special functionality. For items not specifically allowed for an Era, the general rule is to use it only if it makes sense for that Era, but if you are unsure, it’s always safe to just not use any items that aren’t specifically allowed. Some community lots might however require objects that are not yet allowed for the current Era. In such cases, just place the objects in a room/basement without an entrance, so that Sims cannot get to them.
  • Sims are allowed to craft anything they can on the woodworking table, and objects they craft may be used even if that type of object would normally not be allowed in the Era-specific rules.
  • The “Copy” option on crafted items (Paintings, woodwork, etc) may not be used. If you want two crafted chairs, you’ll have to craft two chairs.
  • Ghost Sims, except for the ghosts of your Ancestors, may be moved into the household, and they may contribute to goals if they were eligible to contribute to goals while they were alive. However, only one Ghost Sim may be moved in per Era, and a moved in Ghost Sim must be Released to the Netherworld when you progress to the next Era.
  • Instead of storing all of your urns/graves on your challenge lot, you may create a Generic community lot to act as a dedicated challenge graveyard.
  • Alien Sims may not join the household until the Roaring Twenties. If a Sim should happen to be abducted and made pregnant before this, you must either terminate the pregnancy using a mod or cheat, or send the baby to its homeworld as soon as it is born.
  • Crafted items sold in a personal store may not be restocked using the restock option, they must be re-crafted by a Sim in the household in order to be sold again.
  • Clubs may be created and joined at any time. Use your common sense when setting club activities, so that they fit the Era.