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PostCarrie on Thu Dec 17, 2015 8:47 am

PLEASE TAKE NOTE!!!

Most of the Medieval floor tiles that I make are strictly for accent-use. This means that they are:
1. NOT seamless (unless otherwise noted)
2. NOT carpet
3. NOT linoleum (unless otherwise noted)

Also, most of the Medieval walls that I make are panels. This means that they are:
1. NOT seamless (wall panels rarely are)
2. NOT suited for use in larger areas of a home/business (the look best in smaller, more confined, rooms/areas)
3. NOT carpet, or linoleum.

As always, with any of my Medieval themed items, all items have been properly tested in game, and have been put through rigorous trials by my Sims. These trials include, but are not limited to:
1. Being soaked in boiling oil vats
2. Being burnt, and otherwise charred, by dragons who have been fed hot chili peppers and beans.
3. Being swarmed with hives of angry bees.
4. Being bombarded with flaming hedgehogs that have been catapulted over the castle walls.
and
5. Being flooded with the waters of a burst dam.

All tests proved that the Medieval-themed series will hold up against anything your Sims could possibly throw at them.

lol!
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PostCarrie on Thu Dec 17, 2015 9:34 am

A set of 2 Medieval walls. One seamless, one panel. The seamless 'dungeon' wall is best used with the matching 'dungeon' floor tile (also found in this thread).

Note: All of my Medieval items are made from images of real Medieval period items that have been found throughout Europe, the United Kingdom (which was NOT the UK until 1607) and the Middle Eastern nations.

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PostCarrie on Thu Dec 17, 2015 9:38 am

Here are 4 Medieval floor tiles. The 'dungeon' tile is to go with the dungeon wall, in the above post. The other floors are tiles, and will form a seamless type tile pattern on the floor (if that makes any sense at all). In other words, these are NOT accent tiles, and CAN be used for entire rooms.

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PostCarrie on Thu Dec 17, 2015 9:42 am

Here is a set of Medieval Accent tiles for your sim floors. These are made from real Medieval tiles that have been found on archaeological digs throughout northern Europe, and the United Kingdom. Remember, these are NOT seamless tiles!!

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PostCarrie on Tue Jan 12, 2016 11:32 am

I just finished making some Medieval recolors of Adele's Moroccan Set Deco Box. There are 2 cloth and 2 wood.

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Also, be sure to read the top of the Medieval page for in-game testing results, which apply to all of my Medieval recolors.

Enjoy!
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PostCarrie on Wed Jan 13, 2016 3:16 pm

Ok well, I got a bit carried away with the SimPE this morning, and decided to heck with it, I'm just going to get all of these recolors done in one sitting. So, here are 50 recolors of Adele's Moroccan Chair.

NOTE: There are only about 10 that are not really 'medieval', but could be used for fantasy/alien/merfolk settings.

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As always, with any of my Medieval themed items, all items have been properly tested in game, and have been put through rigorous trials by my Sims. These trials include, but are not limited to:
1. Being soaked in boiling oil vats
2. Being burnt, and otherwise charred, by dragons who have been fed hot chili peppers and beans.
3. Being swarmed with hives of angry bees.
4. Being bombarded with flaming hedgehogs that have been catapulted over the castle walls.
and
5. Being flooded with the waters of a burst dam.

All tests proved that the Medieval-themed series will hold up against anything your Sims could possibly throw at them.
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