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Swimming pool
Sims 2 pool
A swimming pool in The Sims 2

"Pool" redirects here. For other uses of "pool", see Pool (disambiguation).

Swimming pools can be made on residential and community lots from within Build Mode. Sims can drown in a swimming pool if they use up their energy, so make sure there is a pool ladder in the pool.

Swimming builds Body/Athletic skill. In The Sims 2 and The Sims 3, it also keeps Sims fit. With The Sims 2: FreeTime, swimming increases enthusiasm in Fitness. If The Sims 2: Seasons is installed, outdoor pools are considered to be heated, and are available in all seasons.

Sims (except those with the Hydrophobic trait[TS3]) enjoy swimming, refilling their fun motive as they do it.

In The Sims 3, a Sim with the Childish or Insane traits can fish in pools.

Prior to Nightlife, building a pool in The Sims 2 was extremely cumbersome. Extensions to the pool needed to be a minimum of 2 squares and all pools needed to be rectangular. Nightlife fixed the problem regarding pool construction.

If a Sim dies by fire, their ghost can swim in a pool if one is near their grave/urn.

The cost of a pool varies with the size of the pool.

Swimming pools did not initially appear in The Sims 4 base game.[1] However, they will be re-added in a November 2014 patch.[2]

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