I love the Imaginary Friend, am trying to get a whole family of them lol, I want my Grown up imaginary frineds to have imaginary frined babies and their babies get given imaginary frineds as well. I want a whole town of Imaginary Frineds
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Depending on the family I'm playing, I'll usually keep the IF if it's only for one of the children. When I'm playing my legacies though, I never let them have their IF's. Dealing with 6 kids is enough, let alone each of them having an IF following them around.
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Msrednotdead wrote:I love the Imaginary Friend, am trying to get a whole family of them lol, I want my Grown up imaginary frineds to have imaginary frined babies and their babies get given imaginary frineds as well. I want a whole town of Imaginary Frineds
well in that case they super fun...
grownup in doll form is still a little crepy though...
aaronrulz wrote:Is there a way to disable the imaginary friends that my Sim newborns get? I've had Generations since it came out and i've never liked the imaginary friends and its annoying that i build a whole playground for my Sim kids and they just want to sit inside and play with a stupid doll
please tell me there is a way to disable it? I tried to "sell" it when it was in the kids inventory but it wouldn't let me
I don't like them either! I think they should make an update to the hospital so that parent sims can take their child there for "mental health services" to get rid of the imaginary friend. That would be an excellent option that would allow players to keep the IF when they wanted, but have a gameplay solution available for when they don't!
As someone who grew up in & around "mental health services" thats not really something I'd like to have in my game...it would bring back bad memories.
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One of the things I don't like about the IF is that even if I queue up an action for the toddler, such as play with block table, or the xylophone, or the shape-sorter bench, my toddlers are SO obsessed with that stupid doll, they sit and sing and/or play with it, instead of building necessary skills. (It's the dumbing down of the Sims! LOL --- as if they weren't dumb enough already. )