I loved all the different instrument careers out there for teen sims, but something was missing. I wanted them all to fall under the same career.
There is no set uniform for this career.
This career is considered to be an after school activity. Sims will be "charged" for their activity until they reach the top of the track.
Here are the levels:
1. Member M, W, F 3-6 PM Mini Van -10
This one time at band campâ€¦It may not be the coolest group in school, but you have made some good friends so far. You march your show dozens of times, and you take criticism from your director. You also listen to your section leader during sectionals and follow their lead. There is also the field commander that you have to pay attention to standing on the podium. Oh and donâ€™t forget to keep that instrument nice and shiny for competitions.
2. Section Leader M, W, F 3-7 PM Mini Van 1 Creativity -5
Your talents have been noticed by your director, and they have asked you to be your sectionâ€™s leader for the season. Youâ€™ll have to meet with your section before or after practice for sectionals and help them learn the music and drill. They look up to you, especially the freshman.
3. Field Commander M, W, F 3-7 PM Mini Van 2 Creativity, 1 Mechanical, 1 friend 0
You have worked your butt off studying music charts and perfecting your conducting skills. Your auditions went great and you have earned yourself the title of Field Commander. You get a cool uniform thatâ€™s different from all the other band members and you get to stand on a podium and wave your hands the whole time instead of sweating on the field. You also get your name heard on the microphone at football games and competitions, how cool!
Here are the chance cards:
I have the male ones shown, but the female chance cards are edited appropriately.
The rewards and consequences shall remain a surprise
$Me's at rehearsal preparing for the football game tomorrow. When he begins marching the final piece for the show, he realizes that the soloist is not present and out sick. He's been looking over the piece and fingering their part during their solo. Should $Me give it a shot, march up front and play the solo instead?
Itâ€™s time for sectionals to begin, and the section leader is nowhere to be seen. Everyone is getting bored of waiting and starts twiddling their thumbs. $Me could try to impress his director by starting their sectionals himself. Though he could walk around and chat with other members. What should he do?
I have double checked the grammar and tested it, everything should be good to go! Enjoy!!