Tuesday, 7 April 2009

Round 14 Summary

All the goings on in Sullivan from Round 14, condensed here for your convenience!

Births: 6 (Tatiana Moretti, Kirstin Sitko, Eliot Novak, Max Nihill, Abigail Lachance, Zaria Royce)

Deaths: 1 (Cedric Nihill)

Engagements: 3 (Filippo and Maria Moretti, Debbie and Linnea Lane, Leo Draper and Kit Royce)

Marriages: 3 (Filippo and Maria Moretti, Debbie and Linnea Lane, Adam and Athena Gottlieb)

Break-ups: 0

Graduations: 1 (Magdalena Novak)

New residents: 3 (Henry Romilly, Lake Sims, Kit Royce)

Total population: 62 (30 Males, 32 Females)
Babies: 1
Toddlers: 3
Children: 8
Teens: 6
Young Adults: 2
Adults: 36
Elders: 6


  1. Wow, your population is really getting up there! How many households are you playing now? Are you going to enforce a limit? I like to say mine is 90, but I'm at 92 right now and am expecting *eight* babies right now!!! These Sims need to stop with the ACR! LOL!

  2. Holy cripes! That population, LOL! Time for a plague. ;) I am curious about your household number, too. And your hood! I bet it's huge!

  3. Laura, I probably won't enforce an official limit because as it stands now, this is manageable to me, though it's large. I *am* trying not to let my Sims have more than two children (I've failed at that several times). I really cannot resist letting them have babies!

    I just checked one of my many text files and it appears that I have 16 regular households and right now, just the one college household.

    The hood map is quite large, yes! I've shown pics of the hood before but it wasn't the whole map, just a small section. There's plenty of room to expand.

  4. Sullivan, I love your organization. Like having a summary post like this from the round, your sim index, and your new Rules and Regulations. You are much more organized/disciplined in your play than me and I vicariously enjoy your approach through your blog.

  5. Just figured now's as good a time as any to announce my presence, since I'm halfway caught up. Hi. Found you through Mao and love your blog. I've always played with the idea of setting up a neighborhood without a challenge theme (I'm a challenge nut), but it's not till now that I actually feel I can do it, so thanks for the inspiration? All your sims are so unique and it feels rather like a soap opera (I mean that in the nicest way possible!), but I enjoy every line of it. I've so far been catching up at work since my job is so boring, but now you've got me reading at home too!
    Hope to catch up soon,

  6. Fini, I don't mind people jumping in whenever and wherever they feel like it, so welcome. I'm glad you've been enjoying what you're reading - hopefully, you will continue to as you keep going. :) I will definitely take the soap opera thing as a compliment - it does get rather soapie-like around here on occasion!

    Thanks for reading!