Marriages don’t have to last forever in “The Sims Medieval.” If Sims are no longer getting along and if one cheats on their significant other, a divorce can be arranged in a few ways. Find out how to kick your hero’s spouse to the curb in this article!
No hero can get by without doing their daily responsibilities in “The Sims Medieval.” These tasks vary based on the hero, but they all have to complete two each day. Find out which tasks are assigned to all of the heroes in this article.
Aging gracefully in “The Sims Medieval” is easily done because heroes don’t grow old. You can only create an adult hero in this game. The Sims can have babies, but how long do they stay at that stage before they turn into a child? Do they stay children forever? Find out in this guide!
Heroes and regular Sims in “The Sims Medieval” can whittle when they are bored or want something fun to do. The creations they make can be sold to the Village Shoppe or right from your hero’s personal inventory. This can be very profitable for your Sim to earn side money each day.
Want to mine the rarest mineral in “The Sims Medieval”? This rare stone is the mana stone and it will also generate the most amount of Simoles if selling to the local shop. Find out more about this stone and also what you can use it for in this guide.
Want to take part in the best (and only) sport in “The Sims Medieval”? Heroes and local Sims can play something called Kingball, if you have it placed in the Kingdom that is. This sport is a leisure activity for Sims to play, and is also one of the hidden skills in the game.
The Sims 3: Generations is an expansion pack to the popular game that is based on things that Sims would like to do at certain stages in their life. There are many new additions to the game with this EP including: prom, bachelor and bachelorette parties, boarding schools, daycare and more!
Why work to make money in The Sims 3 when others can do the work for you? Traditional jobs and hobbies are an income staple in the Sims franchise, but becoming a business partner in The Sims 3 will give your Sim dynasties a long-term financial foundation that can outstrip almost any job payout.
Fatal flaws are used in “The Sims Medieval” to ensure that all heroes aren’t perfect. These traits help heroes to have a character trait that they can eventually overcome. Until you turn it into a legendary trait though, you will have to deal with these flaws!
Fatal Flaws can be turned into Legendary Traits in “The Sims Medieval.” Heroes that were once Drunkards can now become Herculean. Find out which traits your heroes can replace their old flaw with in this guide.
Want to cook delicious meals for your Sims? Not sure what you need to pick up at the Village Shoppe to do so? This article will give all of the recipes to the meals that your hero can prepare so you won’t be left eating gruel and flat bread for dinner.
Ales and wines are often drank by heroes and local Sims in “The Sims Medieval.” Many often go to the local tavern for some drinks and good music. Drunkards need to drink though and are quite cranky when they haven’t had any for a while. Read more about it in this article.
Only the Physician, Wizard and Spy heroes can harvest all of the plants found in the Kingdom in “The Sims Medieval.” Some are found quite easily and are even purchasable in the Village Shoppe. The rarest plant of all is “Angelweed” and it can make some very impressive items crafted by your heroes.
In a sudden bout of inspiration, the monarch has decided to institute a new holiday: Bric-A-Brac Day! Your heroes have been invited to take part in the royal treasure hunt, make one of them the top seeker in this Sims Medieval quest!
How can heroes and regular Sims die in “The Sims Medieval”? What happens when a hero dies during a quest? Do they return as a ghost? Find out everything you need to know about death in the game with this guide!
The Jacoban Priests in “The Sims Medieval” is the only hero that has the ability to post proclamations on the board located outside of the cathedral. These posts either raise or lower the Fear level in the Kingdom. Find out which way the posts take the Fear with this guide!
The Focus level in “The Sims Medieval” is very similar to how the Mood is used in “The Sims 3.” Want to keep it full but not sure how? Find out how this new level is determined for your heroes and how to keep it so it stays in the positive level in this guide.