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When a sim dies (which none of mine have died yet), why does a grim reaper appear?
Asked at 22:04 on Monday 11 April 2005 by simgirl05 Report this Question

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Because the Grim Reaper is a symbol of death. He is death itself.
Answered at 00:52 on Tuesday 12 April 2005 by Neil Jones (NKTP)
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What were you expecting, an angel sim coming down?
Answered at 08:09 on Saturday 16 July 2005 by ghdfghgfhdgfh (Astreka)
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He is the one organising the sim's removal to the death. When a sim dies, he pulls out a cellphone and dials, to organise it. Teen sims and older can plead with the Grim Reaper to reserrect the Sim if they have not died of old age. Just preparing you if you have a death on the Sims 2! ;)
Answered at 14:37 on Tuesday 26 July 2005 by Simchild
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I has to be something scary, were you expecting something like a pony, or what?
Answered at 15:12 on Saturday 20 August 2005 by Rae1
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