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Old 2nd Aug 2020, 1:23 AM DefaultCoronavirusville? #1
Crashley1784
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That's my nickname for the world I've started working on since the whole covid thing hit and I've been unemployed. Le sigh. Anyone else coping with the stress by world building?
Old 13th Aug 2020, 4:07 AM #2
attuned
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Are people disagreeing with the nickname that a builder gave their own world? That seems silly to me.
Sorry to hear about your job Crashley, that sucks.
I am finding it difficult to build because of the funk I find myself in during the pandemic. I thought the extra time would make me more productive, but instead I feel restless and find it difficult to focus. It seems builders are going one of two ways, super productive, or not productive at all. Corona- the gift that keeps on giving.

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Old 14th Aug 2020, 6:42 AM #3
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I haven't been firing up TS2 as much for a while lately (just kind of in a slump), but when I have, I've been working on trying to put some of my buildings together as an actual usable city, and kind of modeling it so that it'd be a place I'd actually like to live in (in large part since lots of different aspects of RL are definitely not shaping up that way lately)

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Old 1st Oct 2020, 5:08 PM #4
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Quote:
Originally Posted by attuned
Are people disagreeing with the nickname that a builder gave their own world? That seems silly to me.
Sorry to hear about your job Crashley, that sucks.
I am finding it difficult to build because of the funk I find myself in during the pandemic. I thought the extra time would make me more productive, but instead I feel restless and find it difficult to focus. It seems builders are going one of two ways, super productive, or not productive at all. Corona- the gift that keeps on giving.

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Agree about the disagreer, but I'm actually playing (especially building) more than ever. I guess in your hood everyone gets a "prisoner token", and there are some kind of Sim-creature (werewolf?) that sneaks around infecting people, and you have mods (like I do) that make disease worse, and kill suddenly. Yes, morbid -- play with it! That can actually be mentally healthy.
PS: and things WILL return to normal. People have lost jobs, and businesses; but things will surge back. Trust me, I'm psychic...

Namaste... or "go"
Old 12th Oct 2020, 7:07 AM #5
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Oh. Sorry to see you lost your job (me too, so I feel your pain).
I like attuned positive thinking, but Covid will remain in our hearts as great disaster. I feel the pain when think of that. But. Not only positive thing were made painters to draw their masterpieces. Try to feel yourself a painter and if you feel the pain, do spread it on canvas of Sims. I see it's better for sims 2 rather then sims 3 that's very open.. No phones in houses if it's Sims 2 and no gadget stalls. Yeah. The main idea could be huge distances between houses.

Covid-19 seems like something from sci-fi. Maybe you could make it covid-19 colony ^_^

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Old 12th Nov 2020, 8:41 AM #6
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I think we can all agree that 2020 is a terrible year. I'm ready for it to be over.
 


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