Room for hire, legacy challenge
The founder of this legacy inherited a house that has always been used as a boarding house, but the house has a lot of short comings and needs to be refurbished.
- Have a very luxurious guesthouse/hotel
- 1 million simoleons on your household fund.
Start: Your founder/ inkeeper moves into a big lot. To build a house you’re allowed to use money cheats. You can build it by yourself or you download it from the gallery, it doesn’t matter as long as it isn’t furnished.
The house needs at least 4 bedrooms (bed, nightstand, chair, dresser), 4 bathrooms (toilet, sink, shower or bath) and a kitchen (refrigerator, oven, table, chairs, cabinets). Use the cheapest and most uncomfortable furniture there is. The only skill builder you’re allowed to add is a bookcase. When you’re done you set your household fund on 1000 simoleons.
Ageing: You can put it on normal or long, just what you like. I use MCC to set the ageing. It’s something between normal and long.
Autonomy is on full. You’re not allowed to control your guests the whole time.
The ﬁrst week you start your life leveling your skills and meeting new people. You can do whatever you want. After that week your two guests will move in.
the innkeeper: You’re allowed to control your founder/ innkeeper at all times. You’re not allowed to have a job though. It’s your job to take care of the house and your guests. You earn money with painting or writing ( not both) and gardening, ﬁshing etc. When your painting skill is at level 5 you’re just allowed to paint 1 painting a day. (Painting is too easy to earn money with).
Cleaning, repairing and cooking are also tasks for the innkeeper.
Guests: Use the random trait generator for your guests traits and aspiration. They will leave the house when they reach the top of their career or when they complete their aspiration. You’re not allowed to control them all the time. You play rotational with them. You’re allowed to complete their whims though as much as you want.
Money: The innkeeper needs to pay the bills and she needs to renovate the house. No money cheats.
Moving out: When a guest leaves the house he gets:
- 20.000 simoleons
- 10.000 simoleons they saved of their salary
- 5000 simoleons for each skill at level 10
- 2000 simoleons for each skill at level 5, dancing, photography.
You can start playing rotational now if you like. Put ageing off when you play with another household and put it on again when your back at your legacy lot.
If you have mcc, use it to put on all activities and social interactions on autonomous. (Repairing, mean interactions etc)
I also use mcc to set my ageing. Mine is something between normal and long.
You play rotational with your guests on weekdays. In the weekend you’re founder is free to do whatever she wants. In the weekend you’re not allowed to control your guests you can just complete their whims.
The innkeeper is not allowed to marry one of the guests. They innkeeper is allowed to marry with any other sim. If he/she wants to marry one of her guests they have to wait until the guest achieved his/her goal. You’re not allowed to add money from your spouse to the household fund. Your spouse is not allowed to have a job. He/she can make herself useful in the house, repairing, gardening, ﬁshing, collecting items, and writing or painting. There are a lot of things you can do to earn some extra money.
You’re just allowed to change one of your lot traits when a new guest moves in. Choose them wisely.
End of a generation
When your heir is a young adult, he or she takes your place and you can retire. Before you start with the next generation you get payed your retirement.
Add to your household fund:
- 10,000 simoleons for every completed collection.
- 5000 for every skill at level 10
- 2000 for level 5 dancing, photography
- 10.000 simoleons for every guest you’ve had.
I’m still play testing this, so it’s possible that I have to make some changes. Please let me know if something is not clear or when something’s not right. Please tag this challenge with #roomforhire legacy so I can follow you.
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credit: The house I used is from @peacemaker-ic