The Sims 4 may be a life simulation game, but it gets pretty weird. Sims can work as accountants, be devoured by a cow plant, date the Grim Reaper, and become a Star Wars character. One of the weirdest additions to the game recently is Bonehilda, a longtime legacy character. The latest stuff pack is paranormal and players are prep aring for the afterlife so they can meet the best skeleton girl in all games
Bonehilda is both creepy (she’s a skeleton and a constant reminder of the inevitable skeletal war) and extremely helpful. She fulfills the role of a butler or nanny, takes care of Sim kids and tidies the house. It comes from the original The Sims and be Make magic Expansion pack from 2003. Since then she has appeared in The Sims 3 and now The Sims 4th (For some reason, she continues the tradition of earlier games of not doing laundry, but that’s very understandable.)
This household helper has only two disadvantages. One is that human girls are frightened from Bonehilda and tend to flee the property. It is disappointing that there is no solidarity there, but it is understandable. The other unfortunate thing is a carryover from past games: Bonehilda cannot hold liquids that she drinks because she has no stomach so they just fall to the floor. At least she’ll clean it up at some point, so that’s considerate.
It’s even possible to romanticize Bonehilda and WooHoo with her. Some players are rushing to summon Bonehilda by arcane, supernatural means and then court her as soon as possible so they can replace their Sim’s boring, normal living person romance options with a skeleton girl. A ritual even allows you to take Bonehilda’s form! The only thing better than one bonehilda is two boneshilda.
When fans take Bonehilda with them The Sims 4thA frightening surprise awaits them: a human version of Bonehilda that is fascinating. Hilda – or Meathilda? – is a new thing for gamers to puzzle and dress up about and a fan content inspiration.
Ultimately, Bonehilda is a little addition to it The Sims 4especially when compared to recent additions with new neighborhoods, universities and building features. But those little appearances by beloved characters and the longstanding soap opera storylines scattered across the mundane of everyday life bring The Sims to life. Or in this case under.