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Post by GhettoGurl55 on Mon 25 Aug 2014, 00:09

I've just recently started playing the Sims 3, and I'm just wondering, when you marry a Sim (Like a random elder Sim you find on the street) do you get their money? If so, if you then kill them by drowning them or whatever, do you keep their home and money?

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Re: Marrying a Sim

Post by James_Lionheart on Mon 25 Aug 2014, 19:17

I think yes and yes.

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Post by Shamrock on Mon 25 Aug 2014, 19:27

I confirm that.

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Post by The_gh0stm4n on Mon 25 Aug 2014, 20:33

@GhettoGurl55 wrote:I've just recently started playing the Sims 3, and I'm just wondering, when you marry a Sim (Like a random elder Sim you find on the street) do you get their money? If so, if you then kill them by drowning them or whatever, do you keep their home and money?


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The standard case is that once your sim marries another sim, that other sim will be merged with your household. Any money that this sim brought along, should (?) be added to the overall household income, too.

And yes, once that otehr sim dies, you can of course keep the money and the house. Smile  Just keep in mind that it mihgt not be possible for young agults and adults to marry elder sims (at least that's what I read some time ago). Maybe that was changed in the meantime, but then: should you not manage that, you may want to look for mods that enable this kind of stuff ("Awesome Mod", for example). 

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Re: Marrying a Sim

Post by Sim Architect on Wed 03 Sep 2014, 07:00

@GhettoGurl55 wrote:I've just recently started playing the Sims 3, and I'm just wondering, when you marry a Sim (Like a random elder Sim you find on the street) do you get their money? If so, if you then kill them by drowning them or whatever, do you keep their home and money?
Hello, GhettoGulr55!

It took me forever, but I finally have the perfect tutorial for you!!!

I tested this theory and I got Lady ElDi's evil twin sister to marry an old rich sim, then kill him later and keep the house and the money for herself, har har har...

I hope you like it!!!




Please, Lady ElDi, understand that it was an accident that I had your evil twin sister, the game generated a random sim that looked too much like your avatar, so I just went with it... Accept my apologies in advance and let me know in case you want my video removed or any relation to your profile deleted...

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Re: Marrying a Sim

Post by AyraMizrim on Wed 03 Sep 2014, 11:39

In order to keep his house, when you choose to marry someone you get the option at whose house you want to move int, you can either choose the house that you currently living or the house that his was living . So you have to press the arrow to either transfer your self to his house or him to your house. And yes you keep his money and what he have bough after his death.  Razz

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Post by Sim Architect on Thu 04 Sep 2014, 01:31

@AyraMizrim wrote:In order to keep his house, when you choose to marry someone you get the option at whose house you want to move int, you can either choose the house that you currently living or the house that his was living . So you have to press the arrow to either transfer your self to his house or him to your house. And yes you keep his money and what he have bough after his death.  Razz
Yes! But I found out that, if I didn't keep at least the "stepdaughter" besides the golden couple, I would not keep the money, as you can see in my video, which is really funny. Would you know why?

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Re: Marrying a Sim

Post by The_gh0stm4n on Thu 04 Sep 2014, 01:34

Wow, not bad ! Smile  Nice video(s) !

These would be a cool addition to the "tips & tricks" section, maybe, if you want. In-game (video) guides are always nice !

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Re: Marrying a Sim

Post by Sim Architect on Thu 04 Sep 2014, 01:40

Carlos wrote:Wow, not bad ! Smile  Nice video(s) !

These would be a cool addition to the "tips & tricks" section, maybe, if you want. In-game (video) guides are always nice !
Thank you very much!!! I would love to make videos that can be used as guides!! Please be welcome to suggest any theme!!!

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Re: Marrying a Sim

Post by animeker on Thu 04 Sep 2014, 02:02

Well it depends. See when you get married the game will ask you which household you want your sims to move into. In that case of an elder, in order to get her fortune you would move into their household however, you will take the amount that household has, it wouldn't add on to what you already have. If you've noticed, when you move households it tells you that the other household has 0 simoleons. Keep in mind that if your household owned another property all those properties will not move with your new household, for example like how right after you get married it asks you which house you want to take, you may want to swap the people in your sim's spouses house to your old house but if while playing your old house you owned a resort then whoever lives in your new house would own that resort.
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Re: Marrying a Sim

Post by AyraMizrim on Thu 04 Sep 2014, 20:13

SvenT wrote:
@AyraMizrim wrote:In order to keep his house, when you choose to marry someone you get the option at whose house you want to move int, you can either choose the house that you currently living or the house that his was living . So you have to press the arrow to either transfer your self to his house or him to your house. And yes you keep his money and what he have bough after his death.  Razz
Yes! But I found out that, if I didn't keep at least the "stepdaughter" besides the golden couple, I would not keep the money, as you can see in my video, which is really funny. Would you know why?

If i remember correctly that is only if he/she will in-cloud you at the will (mean every once in a while when the sim dies leaves an amount of money to each family member had more love/friendship)
Or i am mistaken? 

And indeed i agree with Carlos expecting you to make more trick and tips videos! You got a new fan SvenT-sama  Twisted Evil Razz

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Re: Marrying a Sim

Post by Sim Architect on Fri 05 Sep 2014, 05:18

@AyraMizrim wrote:
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@AyraMizrim wrote:In order to keep his house, when you choose to marry someone you get the option at whose house you want to move int, you can either choose the house that you currently living or the house that his was living . So you have to press the arrow to either transfer your self to his house or him to your house. And yes you keep his money and what he have bough after his death.  Razz
Yes! But I found out that, if I didn't keep at least the "stepdaughter" besides the golden couple, I would not keep the money, as you can see in my video, which is really funny. Would you know why?

If i remember correctly that is only if he/she will in-cloud you at the will (mean every once in a while when the sim dies leaves an amount of money to each family member had more love/friendship)
Or i am mistaken? 

And indeed i agree with Carlos expecting you to make more trick and tips videos! You got a new fan SvenT-sama  Twisted Evil Razz
Thanks a lot, Ayra! I just post the sequel, which you can watch below, where Evil Lady ElDi's Twin has her husband's death by starvation (locked in his room, a seven day diet gone wrong), then she fulfills her lifetime desire when she meets her husband's ghost...



I hope you like it! See you!!!

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Re: Marrying a Sim

Post by AyraMizrim on Fri 05 Sep 2014, 13:38

Hahahaha i loved it lol xD , Not sure how much Lady ElDi will hahahah  lol!

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Post by Sim Architect on Fri 05 Sep 2014, 15:02

@AyraMizrim wrote:Hahahaha i loved it lol xD , Not sure how much Lady ElDi will hahahah  lol!
I really wish she is ok with it, I could not let this pass me by...

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