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Written by CriCri Tuesday, 18 May 2010 01:24
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The Sims 3 Ambitions - Italian preview with Grant Rodiek [part I]
Careers and abilities: firefighter and interior designer
Careers and skills: Private eye and stylist
Careers and skills: Doctor and ghost hunter
Careers and skills:Inventing, sculpting and tattoing
The Education career and registering as an independent
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insegnamento Education
By clicking on the school you can start working in the Education field, a career that develops in the “traditional way” of the base game. This means that the school is still a rabbit hole, and you cannot see what is happening inside. As usual, the Education career is made of ten levels, as follows:

  1. Playground Monitor
  2. Teacher's Aide
  3. Substitute Teacher
  4. Elementary School Teacher
  5. Middle School Teacher
  6. High School Teacher
  7. Department Head
  8. Assistant Principal
  9. Principal
  10. District superintendent

    Lavoratore autonomoRegistering as an independent worker

    Finally, Sims can register as independent workers! Unlike the past, when your character does not embrace a standard working career (whether it is "playable" as those of Ambitions or traditional as those of the base game) and makes a living out of writing books or painting pictures, for example, it won’t appear as an unemployed anymore. You can go to the City Hall and register as an independent. This affects several abilities, for a total amount of eight:

    • Writing;
    • Gardening;
    • Fishing;
    • Painting;
    • Nectar making(requires Travel Adventures);
    • Photography (requires Travel Adventures);
    • Sculpting (requires Ambitions);
    • Inventing (requires Ambitions).

    All the remaining abilities are not affected by this option (cooking, athletic, handiness, etc...). In this way, you can sell your works and earn by developing your favorite abilities and won't show up as lazy unemployed! Moreover, you can also receive special bonuses from the City Hall!


    The first part of our coverage is now officially complete! Part two is coming soon - we'll be talking about new traits and lifetime rewards, the laundry system, Sim Bots, Twinbrook (the new neighborhood), updates to Sunset Valley and Riverview, news from the Buy/Build modes and CAS, the new neighborhood editing tools and the new graphic interface/notify system.


    Last Updated on Sunday, 20 June 2010 12:42