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Lightning is present in heavy thunderstorms that commonly occur in spring, summer and occasionally autumn. As in ''The Sims 2: Seasons'', lightning can kill a Sim, however it is extremely rare and will require a Sim to be struck twice. Death by lightning in The Sims 3 is treated as death by electrocution.
 
Lightning is present in heavy thunderstorms that commonly occur in spring, summer and occasionally autumn. As in ''The Sims 2: Seasons'', lightning can kill a Sim, however it is extremely rare and will require a Sim to be struck twice. Death by lightning in The Sims 3 is treated as death by electrocution.
   
Lightning occurs at three different distances:
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Lightning occurs at three different distances:
* '''Distant''' - There will be a flash of light and audible thunder, but a bolt of lightning is never actually seen.
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* '''Distant''' - There will be a flash of light and audible thunder, but a bolt of lightning is never actually seen.
 
* '''Nearby''' - A visible lightning bolt will strike somewhere in the [[world]], but the player's Sims are not at risk.
 
* '''Nearby''' - A visible lightning bolt will strike somewhere in the [[world]], but the player's Sims are not at risk.
 
* '''Local''' - Lightning will strike on, or very close to the lot where the game is being played. This will pose a risk of being struck to playable Sims and will create a very loud crack of thunder. However, local strikes will only occur if a thunderstorm is very long lasting.
 
* '''Local''' - Lightning will strike on, or very close to the lot where the game is being played. This will pose a risk of being struck to playable Sims and will create a very loud crack of thunder. However, local strikes will only occur if a thunderstorm is very long lasting.
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