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Subject: Re: Simborough - Day 63

Cassenda Brybrey
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Date Posted: 16:17:28 12/28/08 Sun
In reply to: Adeeb Shazad 's message, "Simborough - Day 63" on 17:33:58 12/17/08 Wed

Adeeb Shazad, I wonder if your hood is suffering from a similar time lag as some Simmerville homes did some time ago? All houses except from one was cured.

The clock was moving extremely slow, while all actions were perfectly performed. The result was that these houses managed to get twice as much as others during one simday.
We found this was caused by the green plant; Creeping Ivy Trellis. Our theory (Sims Science team), is that the trellis had attracted a lightning, but did not catch fire like any other tree would. Instead it kept a fire trigger on the same ground tile. To check this; just move the trellis plant away and then see if you can put it back to where it was. If the tile is occupied, it is most probably the invisible fire starter (must be deleted with a so called move-objects-on treatment). If not deleted a terrible fire might start, a local sim did die in such a fire and severals did catch fire while watering their garden, thanks to that invisible thing.

Best wishes,
Cassenda S. Brybrey

>Simborough Simday 63 - Hood Council Report
>***Slow movement in Simborough***
>The council is looking at ways to reduce the time lag
>in Simborough. Currently a high number of residential
>lots are causing great time periods to lad against the
>rest of Sim Nation. The council has already agreed on
>a number of lots to be bulldozed once the residents
>move on and are currently encourage more residents
>with wealth to become property developers creating
>multi sim living as local Emmy Zaidi has just done.

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