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Re: The Apocalypse Challenge Support Thread
« Reply #100 on: June 25, 2016, 11:08:02 AM »
So...this is really interesting. I might have to start one when my IDC becomes too frustrating to play. I was wondering how everyone decided which careers were needed first. I mean, how did everyone decide what to prioritize and what to leave for later?

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Re: The Apocalypse Challenge Support Thread
« Reply #101 on: June 25, 2016, 03:09:42 PM »
I'm in awe of you who can write these amazing tales and I also plan to 'borrow' some of @Joria 's ideas for the AC house.

Be my guest!  That was the point of my making it.  I've got one more done I need to post and another idea floating around in my brain, as yet incomplete.
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Re: The Apocalypse Challenge Support Thread
« Reply #102 on: June 25, 2016, 04:00:57 PM »
@dontmindme
For me I choose the careers that I find most restrictive or that will be significantly harder to clear.  So for Sims 3 AC I had my founder do Military because I knew I wanted free movement around the world.  For Sims 4 AC I'm thinking Culinary because it's hard to level cooking/gourmet cooking without a kitchen or one of the writer careers so I can write skill books.

Sims 3 AC could be started with a sim who went to Uni so was semi-skilled.  Sims 4 AC can be started with a wonderchild who can be as skilled as you can make them and with as many traits as you care to buy or complete aspirations for.

I would suggest taking a look at the score sheet (link earlier in the thread) and deciding what restriction you would hate the most .  Then use Pinstar's wonderchild rules to create a founder to clear that restriction and help the next generation clear the next most annoying restriction(s).

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Re: The Apocalypse Challenge Support Thread
« Reply #103 on: June 25, 2016, 06:23:09 PM »
@dontmindme It really is a process of looking at all the restrictions and seeing which ones you can't stand to play under. Don't want to hand wash like crazy to keep sims clean? Do Journalist. Don't want to live in an 8x8 box? Do Villain. Don't want to have to reset your funds to 0 every week? Do Boss. And so on. I would suggest looking through all the restrictions and seeing which ones pop out to you as the worst, and in general listing all of the restrictions in order of what you consider highest to lowest priority.

It really is different for everyone. The only universal one everybody seems to do first generation is Management, and that's because it can be such a killer if you slip up or get unlucky. Other than that the most popular early one is Culinary, but hey, I left that until Gen 3.

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Re: The Apocalypse Challenge Support Thread
« Reply #104 on: June 27, 2016, 06:01:10 PM »
Wow this challenge is so confusing. I am reading the rules and by the middle of them my brain is not working anymore. But I love a challenge and when I decide to do one, I wont let go until it is done. I have a few question and would appreciate a second or third pair of eyes to see I am thinking straight. Here we go:

1) Money permitting, can I call the repair man?

2) Can I buy the cupcake factory?

3) "May only enter buy/build mode on Sundays". Does it means I can build or buy anything (not included all restricted objects etc..) and rearrange or move anything no larger than 1 X 1 such as table, chair, small painted pictures, rocks, windows etc... only on Sunday and not other week's day?

4) Writer job: The daily task is read a book. Can I try to reach the first promotion without doing the "daily task"? Once my Sims reaches career level two, he/she can now practice writing and write book. After he/she has written a book, keep it lying around the house and "read" it as his/her daily task hence increasing chance of faster future promotions. Would this be allowed?

5) Fish in inventory: I have 3 Sims in the house and a small aquarium with one fish. Can I transfer the fish from the aquarium to the chosen cook's inventory?

6) Can I paint ordinary paintings without having to take the painter career?

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Re: The Apocalypse Challenge Support Thread
« Reply #105 on: June 27, 2016, 07:30:22 PM »
@Mack
I'll try answering a few of these. Everyone else please feel free to correct me if I'm mistaken. I'm just going to give my personal interpretation of the rules since they've not been updated for close to a year.
Pinstar's site also has a link to a spreadsheet for scoring, which I use (not for scoring but) to keep track of updated restrictions (like spa day), career-related skill requirements, etc.

1) Repairman:
When the rules were created, the only NPC that could be summoned was a maid, which can only be unlocked by clearing the Teen/Manual Laborer career.
So, in my game, I didn't hire a maid, repairfolk, or gardener until after I'd cleared Manual Labor.

2) Cupcake factory:
My take is that we can't buy any kitchen appliances except the cheapest grill until  the Culinary career is cleared.

3) Buy/Build mode on Sundays: Yes, that's correct, until you clear the related teen career.  Anything you can't move without going into Build mode. Can't you move small paintings in Live mode?

4) Writer job:
Not clear what you're asking. Just buy a bookcase? You can read books that come with the bookcase; you just can't order books.

5) Inventory fish:
Yes, as long as the sim has nothing else in personal inventory. But you can store more fish (even foul fish) and other stuff in the Buyer Beware/Ornate Beauty storage chest.

6) Easel
I got an easel right from the start because I didn't read anything restricting them. I painted non-emotional paintings for decor and family porraits. You can't sell them without clearing Patron of the Arts, though.

Anybody else have thoughts on Mack's questions?

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Re: The Apocalypse Challenge Support Thread
« Reply #106 on: June 28, 2016, 12:23:37 AM »
You can't hire a maid or other service person until you have full use of your phone.

I have an unrelated question.  I am curious how those of you who are playing the challenge interpret the one item in inventory rule.  I feel I may be a little cheaty when I go collecting.  I probably should run the sim back to the house between each collection to drop off the newly collected item into the home/chest before going out to get another.  That would certainly increase the difficulty of the challenge considerably.  I just left the chest open while my sims were out and placed items into the chest as they made their rounds.  What do you do?



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Re: The Apocalypse Challenge Support Thread
« Reply #107 on: June 28, 2016, 12:46:02 AM »
@Caterina

About hiring maid/gardener/repairfolk, yes, I forgot about that because I cleared Esport Gamer before Manual Labor. I still waited on the hired help until clearing Manual Laborer, though.

Single item in inventory: I didn't run back and forth when collecting, either; I just transferred stuff home by stack as I went along. Same for fishing. I did do the back and forth initially, but once I realized I could just move things home even while away from home, there was no going back to running home after each fish caught.

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Re: The Apocalypse Challenge Support Thread
« Reply #108 on: June 28, 2016, 02:43:46 AM »
Oshizu and Caterina

1) Thanks. I read Pinstar's site again. I was aware the rules were created for the base game only. No updates of the rules for the expansion and stuff packs coming out. I honestly did not know that the repairman did not come with the base game. I am trying to use only base game objects and such.

And Caterina, absolutely right, the phone, what was I thinking?  I knew I needed three pair of eyes. So no repairman.

2) Now I can see that the cupcake factory would fall under the "oven" category.

3)I can move small paintings in Live mode. Again, to be clear here. Example 1:  I have not clear the teen career yet. It is Wednesday. I am in Live mode.  I have 6 small paintings on the wall. I want 2 paintings in the bathroom. Can I move them or must I wait till Sunday?
Example 2. I have not clear the teen career yet. It is Sunday. I am in live mode. I go to buy/build mode. I buy a bed but to place it I must move the other bed already there. Can I re position/move an object that is more than 1 X 1 when I am in buy/build mode on Sunday?

4) Here is my logic. Until you clear 1)writer-author : "You may not order books, May not visit library lots nor add bookcases to existing lots" and 2) tech-guru-eSport : "Can only use computer for actions that are daily tasks, I thought I could work around these restrictions by acquiring a book to clear writer-journalist career first to get access to a shower. It drives me nutty to see my Sims having to wash wash wash and wash hands. How can they get dirty sitting at a computer? Argh!!. But it might be easier to clear writer-author first? Both careers require; at the beginning anyway; that you read a book as daily tasks. So how do you get a book? Loopy this one. Or you can clear secret agent-diamond agent. There is a few community lots that have books. Time consuming? you bet. By the time they get there, they wont read the book until they have washed their hands. Hah!

5) & 6) Great. I have been doing this. Needed confirmation. Thanks for the tip on storage chest. Will get one (I guess Sunday).

Caterina,

I collect only one type of edible harvest (Inventory is empty). Then I return my Sim home. Pause, transfer the fruits on shelves, computer table, dining table, floor. Then I might repeat the process. It's time consuming. I do this Saturday or Sunday because Monday bills arrive and unless you have cleared criminal-boss career, you have no money to grill food. So until more money comes in, my Sim can feed on fruit. It all based on where you are at in your game. But I don't sweat it. If I see there was already something in my Sim's inventory. I correct it and go on. It's like when your Sim uses the phone when they need entertainment. They pretty quick with that one and you can easily miss it.
I tried to get one rock (focus), a Chrystal (energized) or a frog/metal (environment). Once I have them I do not collect again.

This challenge is like a circle. At which point do you start? Career, aspiration,skills, needs are all interconnected. It is difficult to advance in a career when they spend all their time washing hands instead of working on their skills Hah!

 
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Re: The Apocalypse Challenge Support Thread
« Reply #109 on: July 10, 2016, 07:37:07 PM »
@Mack
I didn't realize until today that you'd posted a few more questions. Let me try to answer until someone else comes along.

3a) No problem with moving small paintings any day of the week, since you don't go into Buy/Build mode.
3b) You cannot move/relocate any object with a footprint larger than 1x1 (once you've placed it and exited Buy/Build mode) until you clear the Athlete/Bodybuilder career.
       So no, you can buy a new bed and place it but you can't move the old bed until Bodybuilder is unlocked.

4) I'm still unclear about your question. You cannot add a library bookcase to existing community lots (like a gym, for example), but you can buy the cheapest bookcase for your home.
    You just can't order more books until you clear the Author career. Though, if one of your sims is allowed writing as a daily task, that sim could produce skill books for your other sims.

Good luck, Mack!

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Re: The Apocalypse Challenge Support Thread
« Reply #110 on: July 12, 2016, 12:44:41 AM »
Oshizu

About 4. My bad. I get it. You can buy a bookcase and can read a book. Dah!

Thank you very much for the help. I am close to obsession with this challenge. I think I am on my 7th or 8th attempt.
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Re: The Apocalypse Challenge Support Thread
« Reply #111 on: July 12, 2016, 11:18:10 PM »
Spoilers! I've begun my Apocalypse Challenge. The story isn't going to start until after I'm certain Vanarra can complete her career, a little for plot, and a little because I've yet to max a career, and she started the challenge with 9 days to adult.

Anyway, I just experienced an ugh moment that isn't going to be in the story, and I wanted to confess it here.

This week, Vanarra got two promotions, level 8 WOO, and did a bit of lucrative hacking over her days off. I got into the rhythm of things and next thing I know it's Monday, bills are here, and I didn't spend any money on improving the house, and I'm about to give 8.5K to the mob! Bleh!

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Re: The Apocalypse Challenge Support Thread
« Reply #112 on: July 13, 2016, 11:12:07 AM »
In one of my several attempts to this challenge, I invited in the postman. After that I never got bills. Not sure if it was a bug or not. Other experience the same? Though I pass this along.
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Re: The Apocalypse Challenge Support Thread
« Reply #113 on: July 14, 2016, 01:11:58 PM »
In one of my several attempts to this challenge, I invited in the postman. After that I never got bills. Not sure if it was a bug or not. Other experience the same? Though I pass this along.

Never getting any bills is definitely a bug.
Personally, I think working around those Monday pay-offs to the mob before clearing the Criminal/Boss career is one of the toughest parts of the Apocalypse Challenge.

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The Apocalypse Challenge Support Thread: Joria's Starter Builds
« Reply #114 on: July 14, 2016, 01:27:37 PM »
I just wanted to provide a link from this thread to Joria's thread, where she introduces her builds for the Apocalypse Challenge.

Apocalypse Challenge Builds

I'd actually just asked her if she'd mind if I posted her link here, but then I got too excited and did it without waiting for her reply.
She uploaded another build to the Gallery last month so hopefully she will grace us with more Joria awesomeness in the form of a house tour. *drools
@Joria   Sorry for being so eagerly impatient!

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Re: The Apocalypse Challenge Support Thread
« Reply #115 on: July 15, 2016, 10:56:32 PM »
Oh boy! Here I am again and I need more answers.

Regarding Pinstar's restriction from the Culinary-Chef career: "Non-fish items may not be cooked on grilled on fire pits. If you do not have the Outdoor Retreat game pack, you may make non-fish items on the grill, but must move a fish in your inventory to the family inventory each time you cook a meal."

1) The first sentence is a bit odd to me. Did Pinstar meant to say: "Non-fish items may not be cooked on grills or fire pits." OR "Non-fish items may not be cooked or grilled on fire pits."? 

2) I am unsure on the meaning of this non-fish/fish thingy because I have Outdoor Retreat. If my Sims has 0 (zero) cooking skill. What can I cook on a grill ?  if anything is needed, what do I need in my inventory?

3) Can any/all Sims in your household walk to the neighborhood park and eat any kind of food prepared by other Sims ?

4) Can a Sim cook a gourmet meals on a grill?  Can a Sim complete the job requirement of "cooking a gourmet meal" in the Culinary-chef career so he/she gets promoted without a stove which you cannot have until you lift the Culinary- Chef career restriction? 
Do I detect a Merry-Go-Round here that never stop?  Can you get around this one instead? I did found some information on this subject. Are the only solutions includes lifting Writer-Author to be able to order a skill book (in this instance, Gourmet book) and downloading from the Gallery a Sim that you know has gourmet skill? Are there other ways that I missed?

Regarding this restriction from Culinary-Mixologist: "They may not drink any Lifetime Happiness reward potions."

5) What are Lifetime Happiness reward potions? Never heard if this one.
                   
And finally,

6) Can a Sim uses his/her phone to take a picture with his/her friends? I do not see this option restricted by Pinstar under the Teck Guru- eSport Gamer : " The cell phone may only be used to take or quit a job and cannot be used to play games, chat, text, prank, or invite other sims."

Thanks
           
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Re: The Apocalypse Challenge Support Thread
« Reply #116 on: July 16, 2016, 04:20:49 PM »
1 - My take is, if you can grill fish on either item you should, if you can't grill fish then make something else but have a fish in your sim's inventory and get rid of the fish once you have made the meal.  I would see this as the only exception to the 'no build/buy mode except Sunday' rule.

2 - Pinstar or ImagineMystic said that other grillable meals can be made if you have all the ingredients in inventory.  So if you have harvested all the fruit you need you can make Fruit Cobbler on the grill.  If you have a beetle you can roast a plate of them to eat.  Just take into account any restrictions on number of items your sim can carry in inventory or whether they can visit Granite Falls.

3 - Not sure about this myself, have mostly tried to have my founder cook (maxed cooking/g-cooking) but when one of the kids took a plate of hot dogs I didn't cancel it.

4 - Don't know, sorry.

5 - Lifetime happiness reward potions are any potions that can be bought with Satisfaction reward points, including moodlet solver, potion of youth, instant hygene etc. 

6 - Personally I'd say no because the phone is only to be used for jobs, but if it happens autonomously and you don't catch it in time there's no problem.  I've found that the Business career has 'make business phonecalls' as daily task at higher levels.  As we are allowed to use the computer for daily tasks and essential skilling, I've taken the same route with the phone.

These are, of course, just my interperatation of the rules.  Others may have different opinions.

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« Reply #117 on: July 16, 2016, 05:01:57 PM »
I'm not sure I understand all the questions, but I'll give it a go.

1) Without lifting the Chef unlock, you can only cook on the cheapest grill or fire pit, both of which you can find in Buy mode or at a grilling area.

2) Yes, to everything @HelenP wrote about grillable meals if you have all ingredients in inventory and the Bodybuilder restriction on only a single stack in personal inventory.
    Regarding fish grilling, I have Outdoor Retreat and a founder with maxed cooking, so the household lived off of Fried Fish (cooking level 3) at the start.
    Until you can prepare Fried Fish (actually, it's Grilled Fish), you can prepare other dishes but must move one fish into your household inventory every time you prepare a non-fish dish.
    Example: You've caught one fish & moved it to your household inventory. You can now grill a non-fish dish. There's quite a few grilled  dishes that only require L1 cooking.
    Fried fish is the cheapest grilled dish, though.
    You can access the fish in your household inventory after you've lifted the Bodybuilder restriction.

3) I did just as @HelenP did.

4) Gourmet cooking can be leveled by: (1) starting with a founder who has both cooking skills maxed; (2) cooking on a stove or chef station (requires lifting Chef career); (3) importing a Gallery sim (requires lifting the Oracle career); or (4) lifting Writer-Author to order Gourmet Cooking Vols. 1, 2, and 3. I chose Method #1.

5) What HelenP said.

6) I agree with HelenP on all her points. As you quoted from Pinstar: "The cell phone may only be used to take or quit a job." The only  exception would be if phonecalls were a required for a daily task, like HelenP wrote. Even after my sims were allowed to take vacation days from school (lifted Business/Management), the kids couldn't phone to request a vacation day because Esport Gamer was still locked.

Like HelenP, these are my personal interpretations based on Pinstar's rules. Good luck with your challenge!

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Re: The Apocalypse Challenge Support Thread
« Reply #118 on: July 16, 2016, 06:58:15 PM »
Helen P and Oshizu,

You guys are gold. Thank you so much for clearing that up. I do not sweat autonomous actions. When I see something that is not allowed, I made them stop and go on. But you also passing on a common sense approach to this challenge which I did not see until now. Too busy trying to remember all the little, many, warped, maddening restrictions. Haha!.

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Re: The Apocalypse Challenge Support Thread
« Reply #119 on: July 17, 2016, 02:36:51 PM »
First off, congrats to @oshizu for completing the challenge! I'd love to hear any reflections on your experience.

Less exciting, but as of 10 minutes ago, my Gen 2 is officially done, with my Journalist (finally!) getting her final promotion and maxing her career. I was right when I predicted before that I would be getting really tired of the Journalist restrictions by the time I maxed it; if I had to wash someone's hands one more time I would've exploded. While it was difficult at the time, I'm really glad I ended up having twins.

Her brother had maxed Bodybuilder just a few days before, and by using massage tables I got her a two day promotion... or would've, if I hadn't accidentally clicked "Take it Easy" instead of "Work Hard" on the first day ::). On the bright side, this means I should be able to get 2 day promotions for pretty much all of the careers from now on. Except for Comedian, since as far as I know the only way to get a longer than 4 hour Playful moodlet is by Cowplant Essence, which I don't have access to. Speaking of which, my Gen 3 spouse has been moved in and is at level 6 of the Comedian career. The oldest of the Gen 3 children, the heir (ESports) and his cousin (Villain), are halfway through their teen years.

There's a rather wide age range of my Gen 3 children; the youngest was just born yesterday. Considering I may be trying to finish this challenge within 4 generations (with 17 careers left to do!), this is probably a good thing. It'll make me less likely to pull my hair out if I'm not trying to max 8 sim's careers at the exact same time.

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Re: The Apocalypse Challenge Support Thread
« Reply #120 on: July 17, 2016, 08:52:03 PM »
Oh my gosh! I have just found this thread. I wish I had found it earlier as you guys have posted gold!

I have a question: I've been using the local parks grill for all cooking as I didn't want to place a grill inside my house (as it looks ugly *blush*) but now I am wondering if this is breaking a rule?

I have to admit to finding the rules quite confusing as there are a lot of gaps which I realize is because Pinstar does not want to be constantly updating the challenge, but does leave a lot of 'reading between the lines' when trying to figure out exactly what is ok and what is not.  :-\
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« Reply #121 on: July 17, 2016, 09:38:31 PM »
@Playalot
In one of my first attempts, I placed a grill in the house and later regretted it because I couldn't move the grill after clearing the Chef career. It has a 1x2 footprint so I'd have to clear Bodybuilder first.
When I restarted the story, I just used outdoor grills. There's no ruling against it.
So looking forward to how your challenge unfolds!

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« Reply #122 on: July 17, 2016, 09:59:14 PM »
@oshizu  thanks, I was almost sure using the park's grill was ok, but then got confused the more I thought about it! As to my challenge... well, I decided to unlock the restrictions that annoy me the most rather than powering through it so my 'strategy' may or may not work out.

Another question, what are the aging settings for townies supposed to be set at? The only post I could find was where Pinstar said he didn't make any ruling on this.  Part of me want to have 'no aging' as I love having townies in my game but that feels very, very cheaty. Mainly due to there being a few townies that I could see being useful later in the challenge due to their skill levels.

Then again, I suppose that is no different to exporting skilled sims in once that restriction is unlocked, which I also don't intend to do as that feels quite 'cheaty' too. Argh... the decisions!
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« Reply #123 on: July 17, 2016, 10:11:07 PM »
@Playalot
About the ageing setting, you're right about Pinstar not ruling on this, so you can set it to suit your gameplay.

I personally disabled Townie Auto-Ageing for two reasons. 1) I like to play with random townies since I actually hadn't played much with the premade sims, 2) I thought it would be fun to see my moved-out sims around town, invite them to parties or cater, etc.
Well, I guess there could be a third reason: I didn't want to have to bother with pollinating the simverse in this challenge.

It's really up to you.  ;D

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« Reply #124 on: July 17, 2016, 10:57:03 PM »
Oh great, well in that case I will leave the townies to 'not age' so I can have some fun playing with them throughout the challenge.  ;D And not having to pollinate is a huge relief, that is just so time consuming!
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