Human statue

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Human statue

A headshot of a human statue

The human statue is an NPC who poses like a statue, featured in The Sims 2: Apartment Life and The Sims 4: City Living. They will spawn when the Poised Podium by Performance Arts is placed on a community lot[TS2:AL] and around the districts of San Myshuno.[TS4:CL] Sims can watch or give tip for §1 to the human statue for fun. Occasionally the human statue will change pose. There's a chance they will scare Sims while they're watching the human statues posing.[TS2:AL]

The Sims 2: Apartment Life[edit | edit source]

In The Sims 2: Apartment Life, human statues always have the same appearance, even though they're different Sims with different facial structures. They always wear a grey top hat, grey outfits, and cover their face with grey face paint. Human statues are also always elder males. Their outfit can be found in Create a Sim by turning on debugging mode.

Poised Podium by Performance Arts[edit | edit source]

Poised Podium by Performance Arts
For the discerning artist, there are many choices when it comes to the right surface for your performance. This podium is made to support you and your art, no matter what the circumstances. It outperforms comparable podiums when it comes to stability and grip and it comes with a lifetime guarantee! You will never have to worry about slipping or falling as long a [sic] you use our Poised Podium.
Game The Sims 2: Apartment Life
Buyability Buy mode
Price in game §850
Object type(s) Environment
Do NOT attempt to add Human Statues to a household, make them selectable, or tamper with them in any way or form. Doing so will corrupt the neighborhood they are in.

The Sims 4: City Living[edit | edit source]

In The Sims 4: City Living, human statues wear golden face paint and are dressed either as a golden astronaut or as a golden cowboy. The outfits can be unlocked for playable Sims by giving a living statue tips. Wearing it allows Sims to start performing as human statues, too. NPCs will occasionally give tips that are added to the household's funds.

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