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A slight note I would like to make is that Witches are NOT playable in TSM. A female Wizard is called a "Sorceress" in this game, and the Witch is an enemy that appears in a quest.[[User:KayO199X|KayO199X]] 16:48, March 18, 2011 (UTC)
 
A slight note I would like to make is that Witches are NOT playable in TSM. A female Wizard is called a "Sorceress" in this game, and the Witch is an enemy that appears in a quest.[[User:KayO199X|KayO199X]] 16:48, March 18, 2011 (UTC)
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== A Note on Non-Knowledge Good Witches ==
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If a non-Knowledge sim becomes a good witch, he or she may be just fine with being witchy. This often happens in new neighbourhoods - these witches/warlocks will often not roll wants to be cured, and instead just go through the usual aspiration-specific wants, and occasionally roll a want to cast a spell. Even witches who want to be cured can eventually stop rolling these wants, and may start rolling wants to cast spells. Family members may even start to tolerate their relatives' witchy states as time passes, so the player can ignore their wishes for cures or fears of turning, and still keep their sims' aspiration levels from dropping too low.

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What happens if you try to summon the cat thing without Pets? It wont let you


If NPC means "Non-Player Controlled" wouldn't babies be NPC's? -Mjs961 00:38, 19 March 2009 (UTC) - I guess

Help! How do you cast a spell? Sparrowsong 04:01, April 12, 2010 (UTC) - Click on the ground or a player and click Cast Spell

The Sims Medieval

A slight note I would like to make is that Witches are NOT playable in TSM. A female Wizard is called a "Sorceress" in this game, and the Witch is an enemy that appears in a quest.KayO199X 16:48, March 18, 2011 (UTC)

A Note on Non-Knowledge Good Witches

If a non-Knowledge sim becomes a good witch, he or she may be just fine with being witchy. This often happens in new neighbourhoods - these witches/warlocks will often not roll wants to be cured, and instead just go through the usual aspiration-specific wants, and occasionally roll a want to cast a spell. Even witches who want to be cured can eventually stop rolling these wants, and may start rolling wants to cast spells. Family members may even start to tolerate their relatives' witchy states as time passes, so the player can ignore their wishes for cures or fears of turning, and still keep their sims' aspiration levels from dropping too low.

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