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Home Guide The Sims Medieval - Lessons in capsule form - Family
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Written by CriCri Wednesday, 02 March 2011 00:00
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The Sims Medieval - Lessons in capsule form
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Family

Although The Sims Medieval is more focused on quests, between a mission and the other, our heros have also time to create a family.
As anticipated in the previous chapter, in the game we can create only adult Sims.
Babies are born and become children, but they stop at this age. There are no teenagers or elders. So, you cannot die of old age.

To create a family, two Sims have to get married and procreate. The latter, however, does not imply the first one. Unlike The Sims 3, there is no "Try for a baby" interaction, but only "Woohoo". No birth control then! You should have guessed it, it's the Middle Ages! When two Sims woohoo, there are always high chances of getting pregnant.

Moms-to-be see their bodies changing and suffer from nausea. They cannot be sent to the stocks or duel, as these are thing you shouldn't to when expecting. Newborns need only food and love, and are provided with a wooden crib.
After a while, the baby will become a child.

Like the real life, children are not playable and live autonomously, although they live in the same house of their parents. Remember to buy a bed for them and even some toys, like a doll or a teddybear.
Since you are in the Middle Ages, kids do not go to school, but they can help the family by bringing home goods from the forest or buying things at the market.
There is an option that allows to see the child's inventory.
As for the wedding and the divorce, I'll give you more information in the next articles.

See you next week!

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Last Updated on Thursday, 24 March 2011 12:17