With The Bloomful Challenge, Sims 4 players are welcomed to the serene landscapes of Henford-on-Bagley, where the air is fresh, the community spirit thrives, and the allure of a bountiful farmstead awaits. In The Bloomful Challenge, created by the content creator DeeSims, there lies an opportunity to embrace the joys and challenges of farm life in The Sims 4: Cottage Living.
To successfully complete this challenge, your Sim’s ultimate objective is to nurture a thriving farm from humble beginnings, one that not only sustains them and their family but also enriches the lives of those around them. There are many goals to achieve, so even the most dedicated Simmers will find this challenge difficult. From tending to lush fields yielding quality produce to fostering adorable animal companions, this challenge will take you on a journey to cultivate crops and make a vibrant community.
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To begin this challenge, you must start by moving your household into an abandoned farm. The creator of this challenge has built three different farmhouses available for download on the Gallery. You can access them by searching #Bloomful or #DeeSims. Little by little, your Sims must rebuild and renovate the entire lot with limited funds. The lot has the Simple Living lot challenge, which forces the family to use their own resources for cooking.
As for the household, you may have as many Sims as you’d like. DeeSims has indicated that having Sims of certain life stages can earn the household money for their starting funds. Teens, young adults, adults, and elders must start with zero simoleons per person; however, you can add an extra 25 simoleons for each newborn, infant, toddler, or child in the household. To make the challenge more difficult, start the household at zero simoleons.
Considering money cheats are not allowed, there are several ways your Sims can make money, including gardening and fishing. Once the household begins to bring in more money, players must allocate their funds to other duties like repairing the farmhouse, cleaning up the grounds, raising farm animals, befriending the locals, and much more.
The following sections indicate the goals that the household must achieve to complete the challenge. They are listed in order for optimal gameplay. There are monetary rewards for completing these goals, so it may benefit you to learn essential money cheats that allow you to add or subtract from the household funds. Some of these goals require a bit of imagination on the players’ part, as there isn’t added gameplay for this challenge.
Once all goals are finished, the challenge will be been completed, and you may choose whether to continue playing with the family or take the challenge elsewhere.
Landscaping & The Exterior Home Renovation
There is a lot of work to be done in terms of landscaping and the outside of the farmhouse. After clearing all the overgrown foliage and grass, you may add 350 simoleons. For the removal of both mouse and spider infestations, you may add another 1200 simoleons. There is also a lot of junk around the lot that needs to be taken care of. Earn 750 simoleons per car and 100 simoleons for getting rid of the tub. After the yard has been cleared, you can use the money that you’ve earned for landscaping and other decorations.
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Repairing damage to the outside of the home can also help earn the family more simoleons. For removing all overgrowth like moss, grass, and weeds, you can earn a total of 1,000 simoleons. “Sealing” all cracks and holes in the walls and foundation can earn your Sims an extra 5,000 simoleons. All other repairs and renovations, however, must come out of pocket.
Farm Land Extension
There are two “extensions” to the lot that your Sims can purchase the deeds for. First is the Field with the Shed. To unlock this land extension, you must have removed all junk from the yard. There are also garden requirements. Grow three oversized crops, such as lettuce, eggplants, pumpkins, or watermelons, and take them to the Finchwick Fair and win first place. Once you achieve this goal, the mayor of Henford-On-Bagley will grant you access to the land. The deed for this land costs 25,000 simoleons.
The second extension is the Open Field. This will give the household more room for gardening. You must have a total of 25 plants, 10 trees, and 6 oversized crops to unlock this extension. The deed costs 30,000 simoleons. After purchasing it and reaching the crop requirements, your Sims will have access to the land.
To unlock the greenhouse, you must first have completed the landscaping and exterior home objectives. Then, you must achieve level five of the handiness skill. Your Sims will be able to craft planter boxes and pots for their garden upon doing so. All plants will grow year-round inside the greenhouse, no matter what season it may be. Once you earn sufficient funds, purchase at least one rabbit or a flock of birds. Having a good relationship with these animals will help with gardening.
Finally, you must run three different errands for one of the iconic Crumplebottom sisters, Agnes or Agatha. Befriending them will earn you the blueprints for the greenhouse. After all of these goals have been accomplished, you may build a greenhouse on the farm.
The interior of the farmhouse is filled with cracks. For each room that is repaired, you earn 1000 simoleons. Bathrooms get an extra 500 simoleons for being fixed. After three rooms have been repaired, you can begin to unlock the boarded rooms. Sims do not have access to these rooms until you meet these requirements.
Remove the boards, trash, and other large items for a total of 1500 simoleons. Don’t forget to repair the cracks for 1000 simoleons. As previously established, any other renovations must come from your own money without monetary rewards.
Now that the house and the yard have been made over, it’s time to start planning events. Throw a dinner party at the farmhouse and invite Henford-On-Bagley townies to a Farming Welcome party. To befriend the locals, you must run errands for them and gift at least five hand-crafted items. These may include – but are not limited to – canned goods, fabrications, cross-stitching items, food, flowers, woodwork, honey, milk, eggs, or animal treats. Ensure guests have a good time while visiting your home by reaching gold-star status at all events.
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The second event you’ll need to throw is the Private Dinner Party. For this event, you will need to invite Henford-On-Bagley’s mayor and her son to dinner. Here, your Sim will need to maximize their friendship with the mayor for favors in the future. She can “sell deeds” for Sims to begin building community lots like a nursery or a park.
There are several rules when it comes to purchasing animals. The Cottage Living expansion comes with chickens, llamas, and cows. These animals can provide the household with useful resources like milk, eggs, and wool. When your family can afford it, you are permitted to buy one animal shed for a cow or llama and one chicken coop with a rooster and two hens. You may keep the chicks that hatch in the coop, but no additional animals may be purchased until the following objectives are completed:
- Befriend the creature keeper NPC Sim and trade for clothing at least five times.
- Upgrade the coop and animal shed at least once.
- Put clothing on all animals.
Once the creature keeper sees your dedication to raising animals, he will gift you one coop or shed for free. You must supply the animals, of course. In order to get a third coop or shed, you must complete three more goals:
- Purchase the deed for the Open Field.
- Maximize friendship with the creature keeper and all animals.
- Win first place with an animal at the Finchwick Fair.
Cottage Living introduced over 30 new recipes for Sims who like to cook. Utilize your Sims’ resources and produce to cook some tasty meals and sell them for profit at the local pub. First, befriend the pub owner and your Sim’s business partner, Sarah Scott, and complete at least three errands for her. You may set up a market table at the pub and sell food Sunday through Friday from 5 PM to 12 AM (Saturdays are festival days and are off limits).
All food that your Sims cook must be prepared on their home lot with the simple living lot challenge. The higher the skill level required for the recipe, the more you can charge Sims for the food. Focus on increasing your Sim’s cooking skill to at least level five and the gourmet cooking skill to at least level three.
Selling Produce & Grocery Stores
In addition to selling food at the table near the pub, you may also sell your Sim’s produce at the Grocery Stall in town. Complete at least five errands for the Grocery Stall villager to help them out (before running them out of business). Your produce is the best in town, so townies will be lining up for miles to buy from you. Mark up the prices to maximize profits.
For players with Get To Work, you can purchase a store and go to work at your Sim’s business. You must pay 40,000 simoleons for a shop license. It’s a big investment, but it will pay off in the long run. This lot must have the simple living lot challenge, with everything sold coming from your farm. To ensure customer satisfaction, everything sold in the store should be at least excellent quality.
Complete the store with bathrooms, a break room for employees, and your own private office. Add sections like a produce aisle with fruits and vegetables, a meat section, and a dairy department. You could also sell baked goods and drinks.
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- September 2, 2014