In Cottage Living, Sims can help the townspeople of Henford-on-Bagley with their groceries. Earn Simoleons, Rewards, and Relationship Points by helping with tasks.
The Villa the expansion of The sims 4 added the ability to do errands for the villagers of the new pack world, Henford-on-Bagley. While shopping, Sims can bond with villagers, receive great rewards, and experience the cottage lifestyle like a true Henford-on-Bagley resident. Any Sim, from teens to seniors, can help with shopping for these NPCs, and they can take up to three at a time.
VillaThe picturesque village of Henford-on-Bagley has its own set of roles for its villagers. At the start of the game, they will all be pre-made Sims already living in the area. If these Sims die, join another household, or simply move out, new villagers will take their place. To find out exactly which NPCs can shop, check the sign near the pub in the Finchwick district. It’s a quick and easy way to determine who Sims can turn to for help with errands.
Overall, there are six types of villagers who can shop: at least a garden center owner, a grocery store owner, a grocery delivery man, a pub owner, a creature keeper, and the Mayor of Finchwick. . Regardless of which Sims fulfill these roles, the player will always see the “Offer help with groceries …” interaction in their dialogue wheel. Some of them can also be easily found in their workplace, like the owner of The Gnome’s Arms pub or the grocer’s stall selling new ingredients included with Villa.
How to Help Villagers Shop for Groceries in Cottage Living
The choice “Offer help with shopping …” can be found in the User-friendly section of the interaction wheel in Sims 4. To see what races this villager can offer, just click on this interaction and a pop-up will appear. Each race will have a name, description and a list of awards. More complex races offer more Simoleons and special items specific to Villa, while simpler tasks have smaller rewards. Once a Sim accepts a race, it will appear in their Career tab. Steps required for a given race will also appear there, much the same as tasks are listed for Freelancers or Sims working from home.
Sometimes a Villa the race will have a follow-up task, such as reporting to the villager with new information or new items. If part of a race is confusing, hovering over the Career tab will usually provide the player with a hint or explanation. Sometimes this even explains where items are located or what skills a Sim needs to complete a task.
Each villager will have their own unique, non-repeatable races, but other tasks are more generic races that run through all NPCs. These general runs are often things like growing an oversized crop, delivering an item to someone, or just catching up with other locals. If a Sim asks an NPC to help them with the groceries and there isn’t one on the list, wait a bit and come back and ask. Eventually, they will have a new task for the players to do.
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The Sims 4 Cottage Life is available on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.
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