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Re: [OPEN] Dying does not produce sadness

by crinrict
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Re: Dad died but no one cares?

Hero

Yeah, for me it's been an on and off. When the son died of embarrassment everyone was sad and cried all day long.

 

When my elder Sims died there was hardly any reaction although the Sims were standing next to the dying Sim.

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Crin

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Re: [OPEN] Dying does not produce sadness

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It doesn't cause sadness? How is this a problem? Devil

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Re: [OPEN] Dying does not produce sadness

★★★★★ Apprentice

@Sims2SNFKGGH wrote:

It doesn't cause sadness? How is this a problem? Devil


I think it's problem now because of it's what we are use to in the game , it adds to the realism of the game (as it was intended) also, so people can create "life-like" stories in Sims 4 Standard smile

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Re: [OPEN] Dying does not produce sadness

Hero

If a Sim dies while their roommate is off lot, when the roommate returns, they'll be very sad.
Finally fixed in Patch 1.44.77

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Crin

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