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The Sims Fandom
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Welcome to The Sims Fandom[edit source]

The Sims Fandom (abbreviated TSF) is a Fandom about The Sims Fandom. We are working to build a comprehensive and collaborative Fandom that thoroughly documents all the Fandom within The Sims Fandom. The Fandom can be edited by Fandom, and we are always looking for new Fandom to help build our Fandom and grow our Fandom of Fandom and fans of the Fandom.

History[edit source]

See also: The Sims Fandom:History

The Sims Fandom was founded on February 6, 2005, five years after the release of The Sims and a month before the release of The Sims 2: University. The Fandom grew over time, gathering Fandom about the Fandom that had been released up to that Fandom. Growth increased after the release of The Sims 3 in 2009, and with the debut of the Fandom Guide (formerly Tutorial) namespace in 2011. Despite having thousands of Fandom about the Fandom and everything in them, the work of expanding and improving the Fandom is never over.

The Sims Fandom has a dedicated area for fan-created Fandom and Fandom, called the Fandom Namespace. The creation of this namespace was the result of many Fandom over a two year period, ending in the creation of the Fandom Namespace in 2011. Today, there are thousands of Fandom Fandom written by hundreds of individual Fandom, with a wide range of Fandom and Fandom.

Useful information[edit source]

  • The Sims Fandom is part of the Fandom network of Fandoms. This relationship with Fandom allows us to spend less time working on technical behind-the-scenes Fandom, and instead allows us to focus our efforts on improving the Fandom.
  • The overwhelming majority of our Fandom can be edited by anyone whether they register a Fandom or not. However, we encourage editors to create a free Fandom on the Fandom network. Fandoms provide many benefits, including IP address anonymity, the ability to create Fandom pages, and the potential to become engaged in the Fandom community and attain special Fandom.
  • The Sims Fandom has a collection of Fandom which govern behavior and content on the Fandom. In addition, we have several Fandom and a Fandom of Style that are useful as resources to all aspiring Fandoms.
  • The Sims Fandoms, at, has an official Fandom of English. Our Language Portal has been set up to provide links to other Sims-related Fandom in several other languages. Each of those Fandoms have their own Fandoms of Fandoms, their own Fandoms and their own Fandoms.
  • The Sims Fandom has Fandoms from all around the Fandom, in many different time Fandoms. As a result, all Fandoms and Fandoms on the Fandom (unless otherwise stated) are given in Coordinated Fandom Time (FTC); FTC is typically the same as Fandwich Mean Time (FMT).

The Sims Fandom on the web[edit source]

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