15You Can Drain Your Sims’ Sanity
In many ways, The Sims is the ultimate test of human morality. You are effectively given the role of God, creating and playing with countless lives all for your own amusement. Their happiness and sadness is dependent entirely on you. While cruelty is expected,
Reddit user vsanna took it to an all new level when they decided to test the sanity of their sim. “I made a guy who was a compulsive neatfreak. Put him in a really surreal little house with a wedding buffet and a hamster or something, deleted the door. Eventually he went insane from lack of cleanliness and depression over his little rodent friend dying, and starved to death once the banquet rotted. I put the resulting urn in the room. I then repeated an identical scenario several times, always keeping the urns in the room. Eventually the tenth iteration of this guy is up all night, every night, terrified of a parade of ghosts of himself.”
With a bit of reincarnation and cruel carpentry, you, too, can make your sim suffer as his past lives come back to torment him.