What Is Only Sims All About?
The Sims series of games lends itself to storytelling. The characters often seem to take on personalities of their own, and the gameplay contains endless fodder for creating and telling the Sims’ stories.
On this site, I’ll be relaying the stories my Sims tell me.
Who’s Running This Place?
I’m Patrick. I’m also IMTrick in the Sims 4 Gallery, where I occasionally upload lot builds I’m not too embarrassed to share with the general public, as well as Sims I’ve created (including any used in the games documented on this site). I’m also Trick on the official Sims forums, and @firstname.lastname@example.org on Mastodon.
About the Rex Legacy
Beginning with founder Addison Rex, this game will be following the rules of the Sims 4 Legacy Challenge as created and maintained at The Sims Legacy Challenge. The following succession laws will be used:
Gender Law: Strict Equality
The founder may be of either gender. However, only children of the opposite gender to the founder are eligible to be named heir. This repeats itself for the next generation (the next heir must be a different gender than the previous heir) so that each generation will have alternating-genders as heirs.
Bloodline Law: Traditional
Children who are naturally born from the previous generation are eligible to be named heir. Adopted children are ineligible to be named heir unless there are no naturally born children, at which point they become eligible for that generation.
Heir Law: Merit
The child with the most fully completed aspirations will be named heir. If there is a tie, the child with the highest level in a single skill will become heir from among the children who are tied.
Species Law: Tolerant
The species of the child has no impact on their eligibility for heir status.