Sunday, 21 August 2011

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Relationship How to Guide: Enemies

Now that love has been in the air, it's getting a little stuffy. Too much canoodling can be a bad thing for a Sim (not literally, but we seem to think so). Sometimes, they just need to be a little wicked. Which is why today's category deals with the darker side of relationships and those friends that you just love to hate: Enemies.

When you first visit a friend you are faced with two all important decisions. Should you be naughty or nice? Obviously, most people choose nice. Why would you want to be mean to grandma? She only bought you like fourteen pairs of the most embarrassing boxers that you or your cousins have ever seen. Most people would just get over it, but now is the time for payback or maybe even some "friendly" competition...


For a Sim, there are many ways to ruin your enemies and unlike the Dating or the Friends lines, you can repeat this actions all you want. Although, you won't be able to collect quest things from them. More actions to do around their house tends to make up for that small fact. I find it extremely comforting when I can sleep in my enemies bed, eat all their food, place spiders in their toilet, or paint a mean picture on their easel. Almost every item in their house can be pranked or leads to some sort of insulting. And in true enemy fashion, there is no obligation to repair any of their items; but it always helps if you want to rearrange all the keys on their keyboard. There is nothing that you can do wrong when performing evil actions. Since a negative relationship is what you desire, then every evil action will bring you closer to your goal. There are no hindrances. The Enemy social path is one easily taken and extremely enjoyable.

Just like when someone repairs your objects, your enemies actions towards you will appear as a box to show that they visited you and performed an action.  So far, the actions received from your enemies do not have any consequences except a negative affect on your less than perfect "friendship".

Overall, enjoy the enemy features and that little skull and crossbones next to their name like we do. Hopefully, you'll have a little love hate relationship of your own soon. Remember, if it all gets too much for your faint heart then you may always apologize. Until then, kick a trashcan or two for us.

12 comments:

  1. We need these insults in the sims 3! These are hilarious. Pee on plot ftw! lol

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  2. Hi...I can't get from "sort of friends" to something else with a neighbor, and I need to be in a mean relationship for a quest. I tryed everything, I've spent tons of energy on mean interactions but it's stuck.

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  3. Is it possible to go from a friend relationship to a mean one? I'm doing mean things but it's not changing. What am I missing?

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  4. Its fun until you have to spend energy to repair your computer after its been hacked by another sim

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  5. can you be mean friends with Bella?? I have tried everything and only to "sort of friends" can't get past it and I too spent alot and need for a quest!

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  6. Just like with "Friends" with Bella the relationship is limited and won't go past a certain point no matter how much energy you use, she's basically a limited interaction neighbor, to get "Mean" you'll have to use an actual neighbor

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  7. I haven't been able to become an enemy yet. It has said "Friedly Rivals +" for an entire month... And I am kinda getting tired of it

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  8. I got the same as Kat! I can't get past friendly rivals + either! And apparently it's not a mean relationship because it hasn't completed my quest.. How the fuck do I get past that? In the bar it doesn't have an icon either..

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  9. U guyz all have to be 'good friends' with a sim before u can be mean and get 'ex-friends', try it!

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  10. Try to do mean interactions with a new neighbour. One you've never visited before.

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  11. how in the world am i suppose to build up two enemy relationships

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