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Sims 4 The Great Palace of SimCity

by Jessica P
Sims 4 The Great Palace of SimCity

Sims 4 The Great Palace of SimCity

Following the same theme as my Byzantine administration career, this residential lot is based on a section of the Great Palace of Constantinople (also called the Sacred Palace). Or rather, it is based on a section of a hypothetical reconstruction of the Great Palace, which you can see in the image below. The section I mentioned is inside the red rectangle.

As it would be impossible to recreate the entire palace due to its sheer size, I had to pick an area to recreate, and so I elected this one. And since I only had the exterior reconstructions to work with, the interior had to be based on a loose interpretation of Byzantine Roman and Latin Roman architecture and homes. Mostly, that is (there’s an abominable lack of proper mosaics in this game).

The lot contains the basic essential features of a residential lot – kitchen, bedrooms, and bathrooms, as well as other rooms. In any case, I’m including below a "flavourful description" of the palace complex and a bit of its history. Of course, it assumes that one is using the Byzantine administration career (currently not compatible with the latest version of TS4) and accepting its background "lore", if it can be called that.

Type: Residential

Size: 64×64

Furnished: 376,341

Unfurnished: 169,981

Custom Content: None

  • Activate "bb.moveobjects on" BEFORE placing down the lot.
  • You can place this lot anywhere, but it is meant to be placed in Windenburg.
  • The columns in the throne room should NOT be in the platform, but be sunk into it. For some reason, placing down the lot raises them. You can easily fix this by grabbing them and putting them down again.

Apparently, even ghost-free graves don’t carry the names and epitaphs when saved to the Gallery. Which is unfortunate since each urn in the crypts had its associated Sim and the epitaphs gave a brief description of the emperors. As such, the following image will kinda "fix that", by pointing out the tomb and the respective "inhabitants".

Anyway, I hope you enjoy this build.

Archive: ColovianHastur_GreatPalace.7z
File: 0x00000002!0x01c10e19b00b09cc.trayitem Lot Residential

Name: Great Palace of SimCity

Description: Although part of the structure was originally a colonial Peteran monastery that was taken over by a branch of the Eastern Jacoban Church, the modern structure of the Sacred Palace was constructed in 1793 at the orders of Emperor Michael I Kalaphates. Composed of the Kyanotriklinos (“Blue Reception Hall”), the Palace of Chloris, and the Imperial Polyandreion, this great structure is the residence of whomever sits upon the imperial throne.

Lot Details
Furnished: 376341
Unfurnished: 169981
Size: 64w x 64h
Number of Floors: 4
Bedrooms: 3
Games used: + 19 EPs/SPs

  • Custom Content This is the addition of player-made clothing or objects to the game. Sometimes just referred to in The Sims community as “CC”.
  • Game Mods: These are Mods that add features or change functionality of the game. These Mods may include script code, but not always.
  • Mods: A blanket term referring to any player-made content for the game—this includes both Custom Content and Game Mods.
  • Enable Mods via the options panel : The setting can be found in “Options > Other > Enable Custom Content and Mods.” and Restart the game

Credit : ColovianHastur