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The Sims 3 Guide To Immortality- How To Cheat Death

Updated on April 3, 2011

How Do You Do It?

Introduction

So, you want to make absolutely sure that your Sim never dies? You want that Sim to live forever? Well, luckily for you, this is quite possible! The creators of "The Sims 3" intended to make cheating death difficult, but with the help of this guide you will be able to avoid death for as long as you like, forever, even!



Life Insurance

The first thing you need to do is get hold of as many death flowers as you possibly can. If you die when carrying a Death Flower in your Inventory, the Grim Reaper will take the Death Flower, and in exchange, he will not "take" you. However, there is one small problem...I'm not sure if this rule works if your Sim dies from old age. So, we need to take yet another precaution.



Never Age

Now comes our next issue- aging. Sure, the Death Flower will save you from death, but it won't keep you from growing old. An obvious perk that should come with all gifts of immortality is never having to become an elder, right? So, we need to prevent your Sim from aging. This is fairly simple, if you have a large supply of Life Fruit at your disposal. If not, then take my advice and use the testingcheatsenabled true and buydebug cheats to build a nice big community lot filled with Life Fruit plants(you might want to add a Harvester to the lot as well, or buy one). Plants on Community Lots never die, and are almost always ready to be harvested, so you don't have to go through the hassle of planting Life Fruit plants on your own lot. Eat one Life Fruit every day, and, just as you age one day every day, you also get one day younger every day, thus making it as though you didn't age at all. Do this, and you'll never age.

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      kshankin 6 years ago from Rochester Hills

      Cool, you gotta love immortality!

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