Meet Catherine de Legatum

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This is Catherine de Legatum. She is my first sim to ever take on a challenge in Sims 4, and I am really excited to see how it goes. Although there is no option to choose a favourite colour for sims, I imagine hers to be green. She is a cheerful woman who loves music and ambitiously chases after her dreams. Her aspiration is to find as many friends as possible, which should be easy considered that she is also gregarious and loves to meet new people.

The Moving On Up Challenge is kind of similar to a regular legacy, but starts out even harsher. The founder is to move into the cheapest apartment in San Myshuno without a single simoleon. That’s right, all the money is being deducted from the family funds as soon as the sim moves in. Once the founder starts to gain money, it’s my job to fill the empty apartment with furniture. As soon as she is able to pay her first rent in this apartment, and have a fully furnished place, she is allowed to move into the next apartment and the whole thing starts all over again. The ultimate goal is to move into the most expensive apartment in the city. Read more about the rules here. A list of the apartments and their order can be found here.

So this is it for now. Wish us luck on this difficult journey – difficult because I am really impatient when it comes to little money. 😉

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2 thoughts on “Meet Catherine de Legatum

  1. How fun! I am completely out of Sims 3 with no hope for Sims 4 in the near future (a kid spilled milk into my laptop…) so I’m living vicariously through you guys!

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