Cult or Commune Challenge

This challenge is very detailed, so please make sure to follow the link for the full rules. I love how it has extensive guidelines, but still gives you quite a bit of freedom to choose your specific style of gameplay. For example, you could have a really nice Commune full of happy hippies, or you could have an evil Cult that takes over the town.

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Off The Grid Challenge

This challenge was written before the "Off the Grid" lot trait was added to base game, but I think it will work well with the trait. I also love that it's a challenge that involves an entire world with the potential for multiple families to be played as well. It's like an extreme rags to riches style challenge, which could be a lot of fun!

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Not So Berry Challenge #2

The original NSB Challenge was created in 2017, but in 2020 it was updated to include the newer packs. So now you can play both challenges back to back for a total of 20 generations! Wow! That's a lot of sims! I have the attention span of a gnat, so this sounds like an impossible challenge, but if you like legacy challenges this would be a blast.

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Not So Berry Challenge

The Not So Berry Challenge has been around for awhile, but it's still quite popular in the Sims community. If you need something new in your game play then this challenge will be great for you. It encourages you to try new careers and personality types for your sim families. It also encourages family game play between the various generations, and it's not always that "picture perfect" family game play that you might usually strive for.

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Decades Challenge

I love historical fiction, so this challenge is right up my alley. It can end up being a lot of Sims to keep track of, but luckily there is a handy-dandy spreadsheet to help with this process! I've never played this challenge, but if I did there would be a few minor changes I would make, as follows:

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