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  • Warrenwoodhouse

    Posted On: 29th May 2020 at 08:33am GMT+00

    Posted In: #thesims4, #gaming

    Posted By: Warren Woodhouse


    In The Sims 4, Skill Books help you advance in a particular skill, such as Cooking, Gardening, Rocket Science and Video Games, amongst others. You’ll need to be at a certain Skill Level to be able to read a Skill Book. I have listed the skill level below required to be able to read a skill book at that level.


    • Skill Levels 0-4: Read skill book 1
    • Skill Levels 5-7: Read skill book 2
    • Skill Levels 8-10: Read skill book 3


    Notes: Found out that if you re-read skill books 1 and 2 you’ll get a Bored from re-reading them. This indicated to me that you’ll need to read a higher level skill book in order to advance in that particular skill. This is helpful if…



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  • Warrenwoodhouse

    Posted On: 24th May 2020 at 1:15pm GMT+00

    Posted By: Warren Woodhouse

    Posted In: #gaming, #thesims4


    For the past 2 years, I've been recreating real life landmarks and real life houses in The Sims 4. Now I'm aiming to bring back original real life prefabricated kit homes to The Sims 4. Listed below are real life prefabricated homes that I've brought to life in The Sims 4:


    • The Breezeway - Originally by American Lincoln Homes & Co. as "The Heather".
    • Lakeside Holiday Home - Inspired by real life holiday homes by Aladdin Homes & Co.
    • The Jane - Originally by American Lincoln Homes & Co. as "The Jane".
    • The Crossoctagonal - Originally by PAO Architects in an oak wood finish, like the one I saw on Channel 4's Grand Designs - Season 2 Episode 5 "The Cruci…


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