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30 March 2011 @ 02:16 pm
Since I'm having a lot of fun with my Sims Medieval Legacy, and since the computer which runs it is currently in use for Dragon Age II playtime by my boyfriend, I decided I'd spend my time on his computer (yes, we're nerds, thank you) trying out a real Sims 3 legacy. But, I wanted to do something a little different, and something a little challenging. So I'll be playing this legacy as if it's moving through time, from the 1890s to about 2010 or 2020. This will be a very generic move through time, please don't expect great historical accuracy--I'm going more for the general feel of the 20th century decades than getting everything right. I'll probably drag out each 20th century decade more than the late 19th century timeframe, mostly because it's far more difficult to ensure the screenshots don't have anything HUGELY out of period. Anyway, let's get started.
 

 
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29 March 2011 @ 08:38 am
Since we now have two computers again and my boyfriend spends the evenings playing Dragon Age II on my computer, I figured I'd install Sims 3 on it and work on a separate legacy while I'm unable to work on this one. I'll be hosting it here, but it will probably be a bit before I post to it. I'm planning on trying and making the legacy start in the 1880s and work it's way up to ~2010 slowly. Which means a lot of preliminary work. While I'm on my own computer, I'll be working on my The Sims Medieval legacy, Legacy of Byrnehold.
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