1. My two cents 🙂
    The Legacy Challenge is complete enough as it stands. Updating the Random Trait Generator would be helpful but I propose no rules updates are needed for the challenge. There could be a simple disclaimer stating players can incorporate any future game features at their discretion.

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      This is what I’ve been considering as well. To be honest, the Legacy Challenge is more Pinstar’s thing and he’s not really involved in the Sims anymore, so I’m not sure how far I want to take it. I’ve been working on my own, separate challenges that I feel more comfortable updating. I’m just afraid I’m going to ruin the Legacy Challenge if I start messing with it on my own.

  2. Speaking of aspirations, the City Native aspiration requires you to live in an apartment of a certain worth at the highest tier. I assume only apartments, not houses, would satisfy that. I understand you’re not wanting to tinker with the rules much, but since where legacy sims make their ancestral house is a big part of the challenge, will you be making any ruling on how to deal with City Native? Thanks!

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      Hmm good question. I don’t want someone to be forced into moving their heir to San Myshuno if they don’t want them there. Most likely we’ll just remove this particular aspiration from the random trait generator. That way people don’t feel forced into having to move if they don’t want to.

      1. I kind of agree with Crissylp89 below: it would be nice if there were some optional way to include it. Although you could avoid rolling it for an heir, what if a spouse comes in with it? Sorry to add to the burden – these are just things I wonder about. 🙂

  3. Is it possible to leave the City Native aspiration in as optional somehow? I’m loving legacy challenges and City Living and I would love to be able to combine the two with the option of getting that aspiration. I think I am going to either set my sim up in an apartment with 1800 simoleons or bulldoze a penthouse and proceed as usual. Thanks for keeping this going 🙂

  4. I think that sounds like a good compromise. Keep the premise simple and easy to understand and pick up for anyone new, but then add option detail that experienced players can use. Great idea! Thanks for all that you do, legacies keep me playing Sims 4!

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