Sims Medieval Guides, Walkthroughs and How-To’s
The Sims Medieval: Pirates and Nobles is the first expansion pack to the standalone Sims game. If you already play the game, is this new expansion really worth it? Do the new clothing, items, and quests really add much to the game? Read this and find out!
A comprehensive guide to “The Sims Medieval” game for the PC. This isn’t just “The Sims 3” with a renaissance feel; this is a separate game and is a new way to play the series. Bookmark this guide so you can come back to it for easy access to the information as you need it.
Heroes can learn hidden skills in “The Sims Medieval.” The skill system works differently in this game in other games such as “The Sims 3.” In Medieval Sims can learn how to whittle, play the flute or fiddle, play Kingball and gamble at the gaming table.
Lands riddled with the faithless and over-educated? Cathedral a little dusty? See what happens when you don’t expect the Jacoban inquisition!
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.
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 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.
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!
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.
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.