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Guide to the Spy in The Sims Medieval

by: Sheri Newton ; edited by: Michael Hartman ; updated: 5/25/2012 • Leave a comment

The Spy in “The Sims Medieval" is the hero in the Kingdom that is a master of hiding secrets, if they choose to. Find out how this hero earns experience points, their special abilities, what item they can craft and more in this guide!

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    The Sims Medieval Spy

    The Sims Medieval Spy Quarters   The Spy hero Sim in “The Sims 3 Medieval" is the Sim that works in the shadow operations of the Kingdom. Spies help to either discover or hide the truth of things and are much needed for the political aspects of the Kingdom.

    To gain The Sims Medieval Spy, you will need to place the Spy Quarters into your Kingdom (if you have enough points to obtain it). This is in the “Castle" district and is on one wing of the castle.

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    The Sims Medieval Spy – Special Abilities

    The heroes in “The Sims Medieval" each have their own unique abilities that they can perform and also objects that they can interact with to help them advance and gain experience points.

    The Sims Medieval Spy hero uses the crafting table, scribe table, tactical map and training dummy.

    The Sims Medieval Spy Training with Dummy   Spies need to be in shape and stealthy. To help them do so, they can use the training dummies which are found at the training yard or right upstairs in their very own building. Once your hero has leveled up some and has practiced training, you can go ahead and engage in swordfights when you see fit. You will gain experience points for training with the dummy and also fighting another Sim.

    The tactical map is used by the spy to view the current political situation in the Kingdom. They can also “Practice Military Strategy" either by themselves or with others. This will generate a nice amount of experience points rather quickly.

    Spies are one of the hero types that are able to gather all types of herbs. They use these herbs that they can gather for free, or they can purchase some at the market or the Village Shoppes, to craft poisons. It is a good idea to gather all of the plants you come across so you always have a big stock on hand to craft with.

    They can use these herbs to craft poisons at the crafting table. These poisons can be served to other Sims in their food or drinks, or they can sell them for extra Simoles. Crafting poisons also gives the hero a nice amount of experience points.

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    The Sims Medieval Hero Spy – Making Money

    If you use The Sims Medieval cheats it is much easier to advance in the game, at least with decorating and buying items for your hero. If you don’t want to use these cheats, you can earn money for this hero the following ways listed below.

    Daily Income – the daily income is money your hero earns each day for just doing what they do. Each level your The Sims Medieval hero Spy gains, the more money they will earn each day.

    Crafting – the spy is able to craft potions, which you can sell for Simoles.

    The Sims Medieval Spy Pickpocketing   Hunting – this hero is able to go hunting in the forest for meat. You can use the meat, or sell it for extra cash.

    Pickpocket Unsuspecting Sims – spies are able to pickpocket Sims, but the chance of successfully doing so really depends on the focus level and the hero’s level. If the Sim notices you’re pickpocketing, they will challenge you to a fight or turn you in to the authority which will send you to the stocks.

    Threaten Sims for Simoles – the spy is another hero that is able to threaten Sims for money. It isn’t something you’d want to do with a Sim your hero gets along well with though because it will lower your relationship points. Your hero could also be seriously injured if the other Sim fights back.

    Rob the Messenger Posts – once a spy reaches level 5, they are able to rob the messenger posts found in the Kingdom. Just be very careful when performing this action because if a Sim sees you and turns you in, you will be sent to the stocks or to the pit.

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    The Sims Medieval Hero Spy – Level Progression

    In “The Sims Medieval Limited Edition" heroes can reach up to level 10. Once a hero reaches this level, they unlock all of the bonuses available to them and also earn much more money each day as part of their daily income. The Sims Medieval hero Spy’s level progression is shown below.

    The Sims 3 Spy Sent to Stocks   Level 1

    • Experience Points Required: none, this is the starting level
    • Daily Income Earned: 27
    • Benefits and/or Unlocks: none

    Level 2

    • Experience Points Required: 1,000
    • Daily Income Earned: 32
    • Benefits and/or Unlocks: gives increased fighting skills, increased success in crafting and the “Restful Dance" stance.

    Level 3

    • Experience Points Required: 2,200
    • Daily Income Earned: 40
    • Benefits and/or Unlocks: gives increased fighting skills, increased success in crafting and the “Whirling Takedown" fighting move.

    The Sims Medieval Spy at the Scribe Table   Level 4

    • Experience Points Required: 3,600
    • Daily Income Earned: 52
    • Benefits and/or Unlocks: gives increased fighting skills, increased success in crafting and the “Steeled Defence" stance.

    Level 5

    • Experience Points Required: 5,200
    • Daily Income Earned: 70
    • Benefits and/or Unlocks: gives increased fighting skills, increased success in crafting and the “Furious Onslaught" stance and “Mortal Blow" move.

    The Sims Medieval Spy Collecting Herbs   Level 6

    • Experience Points Required: 7,000
    • Daily Income Earned: 98
    • Benefits and/or Unlocks: gives increased fighting skills, increased success in crafting and unlocks the ability to rob the “Messenger Box."

    Level 7

    • Experience Points Required: 9,000
    • Daily Income Earned: 142
    • Benefits and/or Unlocks: gives increased fighting skills, increased success in crafting and the “True Striking" stance.

    Level 8

    • Experience Points Required: 11,200
    • Daily Income Earned: 213
    • Benefits and/or Unlocks: gives increased fighting skills and increased success in crafting.

    The Sims Medieval Spy at Crafting Table   Level 9

    • Experience Points Required: 13,600
    • Daily Income Earned: 330
    • Benefits and/or Unlocks: gives increased fighting skills and increased success in crafting.

    Level 10

    • Experience Points Required: 16,200
    • Daily Income Earned: 528
    • Benefits and/or Unlocks: gives increased fighting skills and increased success in crafting.
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    References

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