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Sims2: Can't resurrect loved one

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Anonymous
April 17, 2005 11:20:56 PM

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Here's a problem I haven't seen addressed yet. I have a couple, with a
child, who have tried repeatedly to resurrect people that their cow plant
has eaten. Neither one of them is now employed in the paranormal career.
Does that matter? They keep getting the message that they don't know anyone
who's died.

The husband's brother was eaten yesterday and he has a want to resurrect him
and a fear that he'll come back as a zombie. Yet, no joy in calling the Grim
Reaper. Any thoughts?

Kelly

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I drive too fast to worry about my cholesterol.-Steven Wright

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Anonymous
April 18, 2005 8:12:27 AM

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The only problem I had with resurrection is when a sim would die on the
college lot, I couldn't resurrect them in the neighborhood and vise
versa. But it sounds like your sims died in the same place you're trying
to resurrect them from, correct?

Kelly Cobb wrote:
> Here's a problem I haven't seen addressed yet. I have a couple, with a
> child, who have tried repeatedly to resurrect people that their cow plant
> has eaten. Neither one of them is now employed in the paranormal career.
> Does that matter? They keep getting the message that they don't know anyone
> who's died.
>
> The husband's brother was eaten yesterday and he has a want to resurrect him
> and a fear that he'll come back as a zombie. Yet, no joy in calling the Grim
> Reaper. Any thoughts?
>
> Kelly
>



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Nicole
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April 18, 2005 9:54:49 AM

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he DIED on the lot you're trying to resurrect him from, right? Further, the
person trying to do the deed had actually met the dead sim, at one point or
another, yes? I've had several sims get cow planted after following the
daughter sim home from school, and no one could res them, because no one
actually met them!


"Kelly Cobb" <kelly.cobb@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:jt2dncS7r8FJhf7fRVn-gA@comcast.com...
> Here's a problem I haven't seen addressed yet. I have a couple, with a
> child, who have tried repeatedly to resurrect people that their cow plant
> has eaten. Neither one of them is now employed in the paranormal career.
> Does that matter? They keep getting the message that they don't know
anyone
> who's died.
>
> The husband's brother was eaten yesterday and he has a want to resurrect
him
> and a fear that he'll come back as a zombie. Yet, no joy in calling the
Grim
> Reaper. Any thoughts?
>
> Kelly
>
> --
> I drive too fast to worry about my cholesterol.-Steven Wright
>
>
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Anonymous
April 18, 2005 10:20:42 AM

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"Aahz" <aahzmk@nohow.ca> wrote in message
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> he DIED on the lot you're trying to resurrect him from, right? Further,
the
> person trying to do the deed had actually met the dead sim, at one point
or
> another, yes? I've had several sims get cow planted after following the
> daughter sim home from school, and no one could res them, because no one
> actually met them!
>
Yup, the victim died in the house, after being invited over by his own
brother, with whom he had a very good relationship. The tombstone is now in
the front yard, after being moved out of the house as an urn. I tried
resurrecting him when he was still an urn and then thought maybe it had to
be a tombstone. Still nothing.

Sounds like I may need to post a question at the BBS and see if I get any
help with this one. Up to this point, I have experienced none of the
glitches others have had problems with, why do I have to have a unique
one?:o )

Kelly
Anonymous
April 18, 2005 11:28:34 AM

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On Mon, 18 Apr 2005 04:12:27 GMT, smeggirl
<smeggy-nicky78@sbcglobal.net> wrote:

>The only problem I had with resurrection is when a sim would die on the
>college lot, I couldn't resurrect them in the neighborhood and vise
>versa. But it sounds like your sims died in the same place you're trying
>to resurrect them from, correct?

Perhaps not. It's her husband's brother, so he probably lives on
another lot. I think that's the problem.
Anonymous
April 18, 2005 1:10:08 PM

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On Mon, 18 Apr 2005 05:54:49 GMT, "Aahz" <aahzmk@nohow.ca> wrote:

>he DIED on the lot you're trying to resurrect him from, right? Further, the
>person trying to do the deed had actually met the dead sim, at one point or
>another, yes? I've had several sims get cow planted after following the
>daughter sim home from school, and no one could res them, because no one
>actually met them!

I have the thing locked up in a room with no door, most of the time...
I don't trust it.
April 18, 2005 3:06:54 PM

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Actually, I would go to ModTheSims2 for this one. They dont know their asses
from a hole in the ground on the official BBS. :) 


"Kelly Cobb" <kelly.cobb@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:8ZydnctjZYXqLv7fRVn-rw@comcast.com...
>
> "Aahz" <aahzmk@nohow.ca> wrote in message
> news:JYH8e.1057783$8l.964403@pd7tw1no...
>> he DIED on the lot you're trying to resurrect him from, right? Further,
> the
>> person trying to do the deed had actually met the dead sim, at one point
> or
>> another, yes? I've had several sims get cow planted after following the
>> daughter sim home from school, and no one could res them, because no one
>> actually met them!
>>
> Yup, the victim died in the house, after being invited over by his own
> brother, with whom he had a very good relationship. The tombstone is now
> in
> the front yard, after being moved out of the house as an urn. I tried
> resurrecting him when he was still an urn and then thought maybe it had to
> be a tombstone. Still nothing.
>
> Sounds like I may need to post a question at the BBS and see if I get any
> help with this one. Up to this point, I have experienced none of the
> glitches others have had problems with, why do I have to have a unique
> one?:o )
>
> Kelly
>
>
!