Welcome to my first ever Sims 4 Legacy Challenge!  For those of you new to the basics of the Legacy Challenge, the goal is to create a single Sim founder, take away most of their simoleons, and help them survive to the tenth generation — while achieving as many milestones as possible.  There are many other details and rules involved as well, which you can find here.  They are in beta right now, but I’ll adapt as changes are made.  This time around, there are three laws that dictate who can become the next heir.  For my challenge I chose the following:

  • Gender Law – Equality: The Founder may be of either gender. Both boys and girls are eligible for the title of heir.
  • Bloodline Law – Traditional: Children who are naturally born from the previous generation are eligible to be named heir.  Adopted children are ineligible to be named heir unless there are no naturally born children, at which point they become eligible for that generation.
  • Heir Law – Random: The title of heir is randomly selected from the pool of all eligible children. Every time the eligible pool changes size, the heir must be re-rolled using the new pool.
    • I am slightly altering this rule and choosing my heirs based on YOUR votes instead!  So, be sure to vote when the time comes!  (This will only happen if I get enough followers.  Until then, the original random rule still applies)

Also, I will be following an alphabetical naming scheme – so I’ll start with A and go through to Z.  Twins and triplets will begin with the same letter.  If you have any suggestions for baby names as we come up to their births, feel free to share them.




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