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Hello. I see this page was deleted before, but there is something I needed to ask.
Due to the ages of certain sims, some fans have come to believe that those who are older or younger than they're suppose to be, used the Exile of Life. Some say Kalynn used it to stay young, and Mortimer used it but got old.
I was thinking about that, and, when I looked at the time of Cornelia Goth's death, Mortimer's memories of her, and her age during the Sims 3, it made me wonder, if she too had access to the Exile of Life but got a positive effect, unlike her son.
Does anyone agree with me? She died of fire, not of old age, when Cassandra already began a relationship with Don. I wouldn't be surprised if Agnes didn't live as long, but if she did, then her grave would of been the most new. The point is though, does anyone else think that Cornelia had successfully increased her age to remain alive to see Cassandra a woman, when she herself was notably 'old' when she had Mortimer, meaning that she had him later in her life, as many have said.Kajune 11:58, May 28, 2012 (UTC)
- The synchronization of the stories between The Sims series have always been confusing me. My most general opinion is just that EA forgot how some Sims are supposed to be, and they recycled those Sims without referencing them first.
- Your theory, however, seems to make sense. It's too complicated to understand though. All theories could have happened between The Sims 3 and The Sims 2. Nikel Talk 12:49, May 28, 2012 (UTC)
- I'm just amazed how Cornelia Goth lived so long. I do fairly believe that Kaylynn's existence was a bit of a mistake, since there is no way she can be older than Mortimer, unless of course, the theory with the Exile of Life was true.
- Still, I'd like to know why EA kept Cornelia alive for so long during the Sims 2. She was already an old woman when Cassandra was a child (The Sims), and yet the creators kept her alive long enough to see Cassandra turn into a woman, now that is a long time. Even more surprising, she, like I said, died by fire and not of old age, unlike the parents of Gunther and her own sister, Agnes, who was notably much younger than herself (Sims 3).
Answers to questions like these may not exist, since no one knows how EA operates while developing the game. I know people can be perfect, so there is bound to be some holes in the game, but some just seem intentional, if not just plain weird, that being the case of Cornelia's long-livity, Mortimer's quick aging and Kaylynn's suspicious youth.Kajune 13:20, May 28, 2012 (UTC)
Guys, The Sims 3 is a prequel to The Sims and Sims 2
Cakedude222 (talk) 00:53, April 18, 2014 (UTC)
- Oh yes, how could we forget?
- Except that your statement doesn't explain the root of the problem Kajune stated in the first place, which is how Cornelia had an extended age than regular Sims. Nikel Talk – Vote! 09:03, April 18, 2014 (UTC)
- Maybe she became a vampire, which slowed her aging, so she was like 50 in TS3, then she was 75 in TS1, then when she was 78 she got vampirized, and stayed a vampire until age 96, then died by fire at age 98. In TS4 she could be a vampire (if TS4 is set between TS1 and TS2) Kaiko Mikkusu (talk) 17:57, May 15, 2014 (UTC)
What's the point of arguing about a page that is there and completed? If you don't like it, go away. FunCookie (talk) 12:25, February 14, 2015 (UTC) I'm a Diamonde Girl!
- What's the point of reviving a discussion that has been dead for months? Why don't you let the poor horse rest in peace? --I am k6ka Talk to me! See what I have done 12:28, February 14, 2015 (UTC)