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What does a foundation do in The Sims 2? Will the house be unstable if you don't have one?
Asked at 20:57 on Monday 30 August 2004 by GloBee (GloBeeMonkey) Report this Question


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A foundation is another term for a basement.
Answered at 00:25 on Tuesday 31 August 2004 by Neil Jones (NKTP)
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ok thanx.
Answered at 16:10 on Tuesday 31 August 2004 by GloBee (GloBeeMonkey)
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Actually, that's not true. A foundation is a layer that evens out the terrain under the house without having to bulldoze it. Basically, you put in a foundation and you can build your house on a slope.

The foundation will count as it's own floor even though you can't put furniture there or anything.
Answered at 00:07 on Wednesday 1 September 2004 by Kukushka
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Yes but it's technically an invisible and inaccessable basement because of what you say. I just bent the words :)
Answered at 00:25 on Wednesday 1 September 2004 by Neil Jones (NKTP)
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then why dont you just bulldoze it so u get all floors?
Answered at 14:23 on Wednesday 1 September 2004 by GloBee (GloBeeMonkey)
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No, a foundation is not a basement. A foundation is not like a room or basement in any respect, it is simply an inaccessible platform to build a house on. And no, the house would not be unstable without one in TS2.
Answered at 00:21 on Monday 6 September 2004 by Space Kitty (spacekitty)
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