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User Info: The_Korey

The_Korey
4 months ago#1
I usually set Sim lifespans to immortal, but I've read that schools are a set number of days and graduation n ageing-up are almost the same thing. Sooo...

If a Child/Teen is immortal, do they still graduate automatically?
Is it possible to finish school without ageing up?
If a Teen graduates, becomes a Young Adult, then drinks a Potion of Youth to become a Teen again, do they have to go back to school?

(I don't have the game yet and don't have much experience with the PC versions of the games)
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User Info: Dancedreamer

Dancedreamer
4 months ago#2
1. No, they don't graduate automatically as far as I'm aware.
2. I don't think so.
3. The Potion of Youth doesn't work that way. It only resets the character to the beginning of their current age (a 30 day Young Adult becomes a 1 day young adult)
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