This page contains Cheats for The Sims: Medieval organized by sections for PC - Windows. The Sims: Medieval is a Miscellaneous Virtual Life game, made by The Sims Studio, released on Mar 22, 2011 and published by Electronic Arts. If you can't find a hint or secret in our list, then please check this page periodically for the latest updates.
The Sims: Medieval PC - Windows Cheats
Go back in time and get medieval! The EA Play Label of EA today announced The Sims Medieval, a new series currently in development that places the popular Sims characters from The Sims game into the Middle Ages and brings players robust, compelling gameplay never seen before in the history of The Sims. For the first time, players can create heroes, venture on quests, build and control a kingdom, and play every Hero Sim character in the land. Creativity will soar as players tell stories like never before full of drama, romance, conflict, and comedy.
During game play press [Ctrl] + [Shift] + C to display the console window and use one of the following codes:...From: jkp881991
First make a backup of the file before proceed, then edit the "Commands.ini" file in the "\Program Files\Electronic Arts\The Sims Medieval\GameData\Shared\NonPackaged\Ini" directory after turning off its "Read Only" attribute. Change TestingCheatsEnabled=0 line to TestingCheatsEnabled=1 and save the file. Start the gam...From: jkp881991
Go into your applications, then go into the Sims Medieval folder. Hold down Control and click on the Sims Medieval game icon. When the menu comes up, click on "show package contents". Once that opens you click on Contents, Recourses, Transgaming, c_drive, Program Files, Electronic Arts, The Sims Medieval, Game Data, Shared, Non packaged, ...From: MMStick
Browse to Program Files (x86 in some cases) Browse to the ini folder ...\Electronic Arts\The Sims Medieval\GameData\Shared\NonPackaged\Ini From the ini folder copy the command.ini file to desktop (and a backup location just in case) Right click on the desktop command.ini file and select Properties In the dialog under Attributes uncheck the Read onl...From: RagaMuffinRose
All you need to do is save your sim when you created him or her and then when you saved your sim in create a sim on sims 3 Medevil and when you die all the things in your inventory will still be there and your characters will be alive again so you can die and die as many times as you want But You Lose your husbund or wife or boyfriend or girlfriend...From: rodnel25
Select a floor pattern in Furnish mode. Press and hold "Shift" while hovering over the active floor Leftclick the mouse to place the partial floor pattern This allows the user to place floor patterns in partial sections rather than whole grid squares....From: rodnel25
Press [Ctrl] + [Shift] in Furnish mode and scroll over a light. The pointer should now resemble an asterisk. Click the light to bring up the detailed light options "Turn off light", "Set Intensity", and "Change color"....From: rodnel25
You can trade items to other Hero Sims even when they aren't playable by dragging the item from the inventory onto the other sim. The next time you play the Sim it will be in their inventory. Reading a book is by far one of the best and easiest buffs to get. Get a book case and read a book EVERY DAY. The buff lasts for 24H and adds +20 Focus. Too g...From: jdizzle026
Fairly self-explanatory in a game with a medieval theme. Sims with this trait love to slay dragons, venture far and wide, and generally try to assume the Captain Morgan pose whenever possible. You’ll get large focus boosts from going on adventures (something exclusive to this trait) in the forest or at the docks, but be careful - attempting such ...From: Vageirrigma
This trait, while designed with the pure-hearted in mind, makes nighttime naughtiness a lot easier. Your Sim will be able to woo other characters extremely quickly, but things get tricky once you’re in a relationship. Make sure your partner’s toothbrush is out of the house before setting your sights on another, or face a serious hit to your foc...From: Samanthajb
Before microwaves and fridges, Sims spent a good portion of their day at the cauldron. A Sim with this trait will prepare food quicker, and their meals give off the “Delicious” focus buff when eaten. Additionally, these Sims actually benefit from eating Gruel, an action that normally lower focus. There’s no trait-specific way to lose focus wi...From: kompol22
This trait can be a lot of work, as you’ll usually be saddled with a third daily responsibility after finishing your standard two. The upside is an additional opportunity to gain focus from this extra task. Just make sure not to choose this trait lightly, as a failed responsibility is very bad for your focus....From: tazzeray
Turns your Sim into a hippie. Spending a lot of time outside will give you the One With Nature buff and boost your focus. Alternatively, staying indoors for an extended period of time will have the opposite effect. Sims with this trait are better at finding rare herbs, and benefit from wearing green or brown....From: walker
Sims with this trait can use their silver tongues to open up lots of new social interactions. It’s a great way to make friends quickly, and your rhetorical powers can actually boost the focus of anyone listening. This trait conflicts with the Uncouth fatal flaw....From: gtmst
This turns your Sim into a genuine ass. The trait doesn’t allow your Sim to hurt anyone per se, but you can choose to laugh at Sims who are already experiencing a negative status. This will give you the “Fiendishly Delighted” buff, and a focus boost. Other than that, there’s not much to get out of this trait. Evil obviously conflicts with g...From: haipchera
No, not that kind of excitable. Sims with this trait experience the “Excited” buff after accomplishing many different tasks including winning duels or succeeding at gambling. This is an excellent trait to choose, as it has no downside and tasks you’d normally complete anyway will give you extra focus. This trait conflicts with the Morose fata...From: maxpower
This trait is more for those interested in innocent friendships than countless one night stands, though it certainly doesn’t hurt your chances at achieving the latter. This trait allows you to earn friendships more easily with an increased number of conversational choices, and you’ll suffer less if you ignore your social needs. This trait confl...From: stevenr482
If left alone, Sims with this trait tend to go after the “fun” activities like Kingball and gambling. If you have enough fun over a short period of time, you’ll earn a huge focus boost....From: andrew c
Sims with this trait have numerous opportunities to earn focus buffs. “Brightened Day” is earned by being nice to other Sims, “Comforted” is earned by lifting the spirits of sad Sims, and “Charitable” is earned by donating to the poor. Good conflicts with the evil trait....From: thaikaiba
This trait isn’t as bad as it sounds - it just means your Sim really loves money. Making a lot of Simoles per day will give you a large focus boost, but having a low bank balance will actually lower your focus. If that’s the case, greedy Sims can borrow money from others without ever paying them back....From: SkaterJordy
A good trait for those who bend over in the parking lot every time they see a simole. You’ll receive discounts from vendors and earn a focus buff when you do. If you’re playing as a vendor, you’ll also receive more money for your goods....From: niki
This is an odd buff with a very specific pay off. Sims with this trait are able to ask others about their parents for a small focus boost. Every now and then the Sim you’re speaking too will have a letter from your parents. Reading said letter will give you a large buff. There’s no downside to this trait, other than the fact that well, you’re...From: safa0754
This trait gives your Sim additional conversation options that can raise your friendship meter quicker than normal. You can actually raise the focus of other Sims by telling them jokes. Conflicts with the Fatal Flaw Morose....From: m4daking
To get the most out of this trait, you’ll obviously need a family, which is something you don’t have right out of the gate. You’ll get extra conversation options when talking to your family members that increase your focus when chosen. This is a trait for those planning ahead....From: Gamelord360
People who love to click on everything in a Sims game should definitely go for this. Sims with this trait will often get a focus boost just from examining objects around them. They also have a good chance of getting a focus boost after reading a book....From: vasogr
The Sims games usually involve interacting with other Sims, but if you prefer to keep that to a minimum, this trait is for you. You’ll actually earn a focus boost by staying away from other Sims, and suffer a drop in focus when surrounded by others. Taking on quests alone (which is common) will earn you the “I Can Do It On My Own” focus buff....From: MagicPoptart
If you’re one of those that think just dealing with hunger and energy is still too much of a bother, this one’s for you. Sims with this trait don’t care for doing things like taking baths, and will gain focus if they stay dirty. You’ll also be able to eat spoiled food (and usually gain focus in the process), and sleep on the ground like a h...From: elek rasputin
If you have this trait, all you’ll need to do for a focus boost is look into a mirror. It’s a quick and easy way to keep your focus up, so don’t be afraid to simply buy a ton of mirrors and put them wherever you can. This trait conflicts with the Unkempt trait....From: Cheat Man
What is clearly the most “wtf?” trait on this list is also one of the most interesting and fun. Sims with this trait can (and should) go on whale hunts via the docks. Doing so will earn you the “Whale Rage Satisfied” focus buff, as well as provide you with a load of valuable and tasty whale meat. Unfortunately your whale rage can bring you ...From: blackee
As it is with any thirst, failure to quench will result in bad things. Sims with this flaw that are left unattended will get into fights over almost anything, and keeping your Sim from fighting will actually hurt their focus. This is a great flaw to give to Knights, as they live for battle anyway....From: jackalZz
Sims with this flaw need to gamble fairly often or suffer a loss of focus. On the upside, they are able to place larger bets at the game table....From: zigzag
Definitely not a choice for Knights, Spies, or Monarchs. Sims with this flaw often flee from battle, and will even suffer a loss of focus if they step outside after sunset or are completely alone. This flaw is manageable if given to a Sim who won’t be fighting or adventuring....From: WhiteDeath
Sims with this flaw don’t need to do physical harm to others, only emotional. Being mean to other Sims will prevent you from losing focus. Obviously this makes friendship tricky, so you’ll need to keep track of who you’ve done wrong around the kingdom....From: grimreaper
If the name weren’t enough to turn you off, then listen to us: avoid this flaw. Sims with it may or may not wake up with the negative “Cursed” buff (uncontrollably random), which drains your focus and lowers your chance of success during certain activities....From: Complectoe
Sims with this flaw will suffer a loss of focus when off the sauce. Make sure to keep a barrel of wine or beer around your domicile. Drinking in moderation can actually give you a small focus boost, but don’t partake too generously - drinking too much can kill your focus immediately or when you wake up hungover....From: Sage of Hyrule4
If you’re interested in leveling up, do not choose this flaw. It lowers the amount of XP you get during experience-based activities. On the upside, you won’t suffer any explicit focus debuffs with this flaw....From: tinkhappitots
This flaw can be extremely annoying as it makes your hunger meter drop at a faster rate than normal. However, when coupled with the Creative Cook trait, it can work to your benefit. Sims with that trait are more likely to make quality food, so eating often will provide you with focus buffs all day long....From: eXcore`r1cosa
Hubris forces the “Blinded By Hubris” focus debuff on your Sim when they accomplish positive tasks like winning swordfights or gathering herbs and flowers. Definitely one of the harder flaws to manage, so you should probably just avoid it all together....From: K1llmacH1nePS3
This flaw hampers your social skills and increases your odds of being rejected during conversations. Your Sim will also take a focus hit if he/she does not speak to anyone for a full day, but such a thing is very easy to avoid....From: NagoleNex
This flaw can actually prevent your Sim from using their bed at all if the “Can’t Sleep” debuff is active. There is also a chance of passing out during the day, which further increases if your energy is low....From: CheerBabe
Sims with this flaw will suffer a loss of focus if they go long without at least kissing someone else. There are two ways to deal with this - get to know (wink wink) a lot of other Sims, or simply get married. Overall it’s a fairly manageable flaw....From: aaaaooo
A very difficult flaw to manage. Sims afflicted with this suffer a loss of focus whenever interacting with other Sims. This means you’ll have to compensate for the lowered focus whenever you’re on a quest that requires you to speak to someone else....From: triggahappy
These Sims are generally depressed all the time. As a result, things that would normally increase a Sim’s focus benefit Morose Sims less frequently. There is also a chance that your Sim will wake up with a debuff that will last most of the day....From: nate7649
Sims with this trait get injured very easily, and as such they should avoid things like sword fighting, hunting, or Kingball. Fortunately, there are many professions that never partake in any of those activities, rendering this flaw null....From: weeeeeeeeeeeeee
Generally manageable, as there are no debuffs associated with this flaw. Uncouth Sims will have difficulty when a quest requires smooth talking. They also suck at Kingball....From: themumby_man
The biggest issue with Weak Constitution is the lack of stamina during Swordfights. Sims with this flaw will also have a hard time recovering from illness, and may vomit after drinking or eating. You’re better off giving this flaw to a less adventurous Sim....From: DarkAngel
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I can't find Kenna The Patient. The Quest is called, The Mirthful Love Doctor....
Posted on: 10-10-2013
Hi I just bought this game and am wondering if you could tell me how to get another Sim to fall in love with your Sim no matter what you do to him or her!...
Posted on: 06-07-2013
My character cannot ask to court or for hand in marriage, the conversation option is not there my characters are already high in relationship and focus is high as well; all other "romance convers...
Posted on: 08-08-2012
The constable is stuck at stockade and won't move...
Posted on: 03-18-2012
I have edited the command file and it allows me to teleport my sims and set their profession and relationships with other sims but i can't drag the hunger, energy or relationship bar. what can i do to...
Posted on: 03-03-2012
Where is the sacred oak i am looking for a royal item for my quest...
Posted on: 12-22-2011
Your sim runs around and collects 3 virtues for the heir and you are to use them at the fertility rite... how the heck do you do that? i ended up with a totally rotten kid and the virtues still in m...
Posted on: 07-14-2011
My knight has to build up a relashipe with a hunter so he can tell the hunter to stop hunting the boar but i dont know which way to go with the realship...
Posted on: 05-27-2011
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