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This tutorial discusses how to use empty lot placement as a tool to flatten otherwise hilly terrain.  The idea is to open up more space in your neighborhood so you can place lots that contain construction.
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This tutorial discusses how to use empty lot placement as a tool to flatten otherwise hilly (relatively unlevelled) terrain.  The idea is to
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* open up more space in your neighborhood so you can place lots that contain construction.
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* make the neighbourhood terrains plain enough to accommodate lots side-by-side.
 
   
 
   
 
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Overview

This tutorial discusses how to use empty lot placement as a tool to flatten otherwise hilly (relatively unlevelled) terrain. The idea is to

  • open up more space in your neighborhood so you can place lots that contain construction.
  • make the neighbourhood terrains plain enough to accommodate lots side-by-side.
How to do Post-SC4 Neighbourhood-Terrain-Levelling
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Authorhttp://www.sims2wiki.info/Category:Tutorials_by_niol niol


What you will need

TS2 - These instructions will work with any EP.

Tutorial

How to do Post-SC4 Neighbourhood-Terrain-Levelling.

This tutorial is not contained on the wiki.

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Originally posted by patul

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