The Sims Medieval is a standalone game that is visually similar to The Sims 3 but is a completely different game. If you want to bring in The Sims 3 Medieval downloads for your game, you can, but it is a different game. This game is played by using heroes as your Sims to go on quests with. The quests build up your Kingdom, and from there you can advance in the game. However, if you prefer to play with a more unrestricted gameplay, you can always just play in the freestyle mode.
If you are new to The Sims series of games, or you play every game that is released in the series, this will be a very helpful guide for you to play this game. Be sure to bookmark it, so you can come back to it for easy access whenever you need the information that these articles provide.
The Sims Medieval
The Sims Medieval has a different style of gameplay than previous games. You can only play as the heroes in the game, and the other Sims in the Kingdom are like the secondary characters that you have no control of. You rule the Kingdom and control how things happen in it, but what you do for the quests is what decides the fate of the Kingdom too. These guides will help you to better understand how to play the game.
- Review of The Sims Medieval
- Basic Guide to Heroes
- How to Keep the Focus Meter High for your Heroes
- Traits Used in The Sims Medieval
- Fatal Flaws a Hero Can Have
- How to Turn a Fatal Flaw into a Legendary Trait
- Guide to Shopping at the Village Shoppe
- Guide to Mail and Messenger Posts
- Watcher Achievements
- Guide to The Watcher
- Why Sims Fear the Judgment Zone
- How Heroes can Die
Love, Marriage, WooHoo, and Family Guides
- Basic Family Guide
- Children’s Role in the Game
- Divorce Your Spouse
- Guide to WooHooing
- How to Get Married in The Sims Medieval
- How to Have a Baby in the Game
- Never Grow Old
System Requirements and Technical Guides
- How to Recover a Saved Game that was Corrupted
- How to Take a Screenshot in the Game
- System Requirements to Play
- The Sims Medieval cheats
- The Sims Medieval Limited Edition
- Where to Watch Trailers for the Game
There aren’t any main skills that you have to worry about in this game. There are however, some hidden skills that the heroes can learn. These don’t have to be learned by all of the heroes in the game, but it does help pass the time.
- Hidden Skills Heroes can Learn in The Sims Medieval
- Guide to the Lute
- Rule the Kingball Field
- Whittling for Fun and Profit
Cooking, Harvesting, Mining and Fishing
Sims in The Sims Medieval has to cook to eat, even if their cooking is a bit primitive. They also gather herbs, go mining, and spend time fishing. The items collecting doing this are free for the Sim, so it is quite beneficial for Sims to do this rather than buy them at the Village Shoppe.
- Cookbook Guide
- Brewing Ales and Wines
- Guide to Fishing in The Sims Medieval
- Guide to Mining in the Kingdom
- Guide to Gathering Herbs
- Where to Find Angelweed
There are quite a few different heroes that you can play through the quests with for your Kingdom. Depending on which hero you want to use, there are different quests that are available for you to do. These guides will help you learn more about each type of hero, and what they can do.
- Guide to the Bard
- Guide to the Lute
- Guide to the Bard’s Inspirations
- Guide to Poems by the Bard
- Guide to Plays by the Bard
Jacoban Priest Guides
Peteran Priest Guide
- Guide to the Physician
- Guide to Medical Potions and Medicine used by the Physician
- Guide to Gathering Leeches in the Kingdom
- Guide to the Spy
- Guide to Pickpocketing with the Spy
- Guide to Poisons Used by the Spy
- Guide to Sword Fighting
- All screenshots and references from The Sims Medieval.
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