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See also: Tomb object and Creating a tomb

A tomb is both a lot assignment in Edit Town and the Create a World tool, and also any lot that contains tomb objects that together act to make a puzzling adventure.

TypesEdit

Lot assignmentEdit

There are two kinds of tomb lot assignments in Edit Town and Create a World, Tomb and Hidden Tomb. These assignments are locked from use outside of the The Sims 3: World Adventures sub-neighborhoods in-game. The tomb lot assignment generates a tomb map tag, and it attracts explorer NPCs. The lot assignment does not generate the moodlets players will see in tombs, these are instead generated by the tomb fogger tomb object.

PuzzlesEdit

For the walkthrough to complete the tombs, see here.

Tomb puzzles are defined by setting the tomb fogger object to 'final room' and giving the tomb a name. There can be multiple tombs on any kind of lot type, including residential lots.

Tombs are often underground labyrinths that hold puzzles, traps and treasure. Tombs can be found in Shang Simla, Al Simhara and Champs Les Sims.

Tombs can be a place of suspense and discovery. Unlike common buildings, unexplored areas of a tomb are often fogged out as Sims explore new tombs. Once a Sim enters/sees into an unexplored area, the fog of the room fades away, and a sound effect plays.

The following list is lots assigned as tombs in the sub-neighborhoods of The Sims 3: World Adventures expansion pack. This list does not include residential lots, art galleries, nectaries, or markets that contain tomb objects.

Al Simhara tomb lotsEdit

Abu SimbelEdit

Abu Simbel
Abu Simbel
Abu Simbel in Al Simhara.

The exterior of Abu Simbel in The Sims 3 World Adventures is based on the real life Abu Simbel in Egypt.

Abu Simbel is a memorial by King Ramses II for his wife Nefertari.

The Great PyramidEdit

The Great Pyramid
Great Pyramid
The Great Pyramid in Al Simhara.

One of the largest tombs in The Sims 3: World Adventures. Located in Al Simhara, it has many mummies, and usually takes several days to navigate through. The Great Pyramid is based on the real life Great Pyramid in Egypt.

The Great SphinxEdit

The Great Sphinx
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The Great Sphinx in Al Simhara.

This Sphinx is based on the real Egyptian Sphinx. This is the location of the soulpeace statue that serves as one of the main ways to cure the mummy's curse from a sim. In order to cure the curse, the sim must walk in front of the Sphinx, plead with it, revealing the entrance. The sim must then explore the tomb entirely until they reach the soulpeace statue. Then they must then use the "Cleanse" interaction on the statue, curing the curse from the afflicted sim.

Pyramid of the Burning SandsEdit

Pyramid of the Burning Sands
Pyra Burning Sands
Pyramid of the Burning Sands in Al Simhara.

Placed beside the great pyramid and the center of the fire quest. There are a ton of Flame Fruits to harvest here. The first part of the pyramid you don't need to explore without a key stone. There's a rather nice treasure room in this pyramid, with 6 chests and a sarcophagus where there is a hot spot for an encounter of a mummy! It is based on the Pyramid of Khufu.

Pyramid of the SkyEdit

Pyramid of the Sky
Pyra Sky
Pyramid of the Sky in Al Simhara.

There's a harvestable life plant, death flower, money trees and a Sigil of the Tomb of the Desert Ocean to be found here. There is also a canopic jar here as well. Be sure to check for four hidden doors in the last chamber to find a shortcut out as well as some additional treasure.

Pyramid of the WindEdit

Pyramid of the Wind
Pyra Wind
Pyramid of the Sky in Al Simhara.

This is the smallest pyramid which is able to be explored. This is a quick adventure with treasure and one sarcophagus. There is a chance of a mummy encounter. There's no more to it than there seems to be in this little pyramid. The location of the pyramid seems to be based on the Pyramid of Menkaure.

Ruins of KarnakEdit

Ruins of Karnak
Ruins Karnak
Ruins of Karnak in Al Simhara.

The ruin of Karnak is a real life temple in Egypt and is one of the most photographed sites of Ancient Egypt.

This tomb has only one room. It contains an assortment of bugs (for example ladybug), a chest containing a Sarcophagus of the Kings Fragment, a tomb hole containing an oval cut alabaster with a value of §61 and around 12 ancient coins on the floor beside the stairs.

The Temple of Queen HatshepsutEdit

The Temple of Queen Hatshepsut
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The Temple of Queen Hatshepsut in Al Simhara.

Like the Abu Simbel tomb The Temple of Queen Hatshepsut is based on the real temple in Egypt.

Tomb of DiscoveryEdit

Tomb of Discovery
Tomb of Disco
Tomb of Discovery in Al Simhara.

The Tomb of Discovery is the first tomb most adventurers will explore when they arrive in Al Simhara. It has very simple traps, and acts as an introduction to various tomb objects.

The Copper QuarryEdit

The Copper Quarry
Copper Quarry
The Copper Quarry in Al Simhara.

The Copper Quarry is a simple tomb with a few various traps inside of it. The outside usually has a couple of dig sites for the sim to find valuables.

Mastaba RuinsEdit

Mastaba Ruins
Mastaba Ruins
Mastaba Ruins in Al Simhara.

Mastaba Ruins is nothing more than a hidden short cut that can get Sims to and from the Pyramid of the Sky faster than going around the coast. The Mastaba Ruins can be seen on the Sim music video, Matt & Kim, Daylight. And just shows them walking in with many mummies.

Small OasisEdit

Small Oasis
Small Oasis
Small Oasis in Al Simhara.

The Small Oasis is an entirely empty lot hidden above the Ship's Oasis. It may have been cut due to deadline pressures.

Unnamed orchard lotEdit

Unnamed orchard lot
Unnamed orchard
An unnamed orchard in Al Simhara.

The unnamed orchard is where Sims can harvest some decent quality rare fruits in Al Simhara.

Champs Les Sims tomb lotsEdit

Forgotten Burial MoundEdit

Forgotten Burial Mound
Forgotten Mound
The Forgotten Burial Mound in Champs Les Sims.

The Forgotten Burial Mound features a number of small tomb puzzles, and is central to some adventures in Champs Les Sims. It seems to be a Gallic burial mound with stone circles above the mound, at the end of the tomb graves can be found with treasure. It is usually the first tomb most players will get to explore when they first come to Champs Les Sims.

Chateau du LandgraabEdit

Chateau du Landgraab
Chateau Landgraab
The Chateau du Landgraab in Champs Les Sims.

The Chateau du Landgraab is the primary tomb lot in Champs Les Sims. It used to be inhabited by the famous Admiral Landgraab, and possibly other Sims as well because it has several bedrooms and a nursery. It includes two double-bed bedrooms, a bedroom with two single beds, a baby room, a private study, private library, kitchen, several bathrooms, and many relics and treasure chests. Because Landgraab was a worrywart and obsessed with military code, the place is dotted with traps.

Champs Les Sims NectaryEdit

Champs Les Sims Nectary
NectaryExterior
The Champs Les Sims Nectary in Champs Les Sims.

The Champs Les Sims Nectary tomb is entered through a secret passage in the basement underneath the nectary, which is not marked as a tomb room. It is one of, if not the, largest tombs in World Adventures which not only contains many ancient nectar treasures, but also Egyptian-based treasures, as well. This semi-hidden tomb contains two mummies which are said to be a king and queen of Egypt, "sipping on nectar till the eve [they] die." There are several puzzles in this tomb, but none of them very difficult. Several traps guard certain treasures, but the majority of them can be disabled by solving puzzles and following directions given by plaques on walls.

The Little IslandEdit

The Little Island
Little Island Tomb
The Little Island in Champs Les Sims.

The Little Island is a hidden tomb that is on an island in the middle of Champs Les Sims river. Originally, it can only be accessed through the hidden frog pond across the river, or by using zenoportation. The little island is the exit to the Tuatha's Garden tomb adventure. Inside the tomb, there's a large tomb puzzle leading to money trees and relics. As of Patch 42, Sims can swim directly to the island across the river, or with Island Paradise, Sims can just take a boat. And also, with Into the Future, Sims can use jetpack to fly there.

Shang Simla tomb lotsEdit

The Hot Springs and Abandoned Barn are not tomb lots, they are tombs built on park lots.

The Dragon's MawEdit

The Dragon's Maw
Dragon Maw
The Dragon's Maw in Shang Simla.

Since it first appeared in promotional material, The Dragon's Maw has been one of the most intriguing lots in The Sims 3: World Adventures. Not only does it have an impressive carved dragon's head, but a mysterious fog also periodically drifts out of the head's mouth. It contains a tomb, entered through the mouth, and is the centre of several adventures.

Dragon SpringsEdit

Dragon Springs
Dragon Springs
Dragon Springs in Shang Simla.

The Dragon Springs does not contain a tomb, even though it is a tomb lot. Instead it is a landmark in Shang Simla, and the only place in the game where Sims can catch the rare dragon fish. It features a The Water Breathing Dragon statute prominently.

Halls of the Lost ArmyEdit

Halls of the Lost Army
Halls Lost
Halls of the Lost Army in Shang Simla.

The tomb inside the Halls of the Lost Army is the first tomb most players will explore in Shang Simla. It features a simple tomb, and attracts many explorers. It is based on the Hall of Supreme Harmony in Forbidden City.

Resolute Fist RetreatEdit

Resolute Fist Retreat
Resolute Fist
Resolute Fist Retreat in Shang Simla.

The Resolute Fist Retreat has beds and Martial Arts training objects, so that it looks like an academy with a tomb map tag. However, it has an extensive tomb in its basement.

The Temple of HeavenEdit

The Temple of Heaven
Temple Heaven
The Temple of Heaven in Shang Simla.

The Temple of Heaven sits high above Shang Simla, and contains several tombs, including the tomb that leads to Pangu's Axe. It's based on the real world Temple of Heaven.

The Terracotta ArmyEdit

The Terracotta Army
Terracotta Army
The Terracotta Army in Shang Simla.

The Terracotta Army is based directly off the Terracotta Army (兵马俑) in Xi'an, China. There is a tomb beneath this lot.

Crane Master Martial Arts ParkEdit

Crane Master Martial Arts Park
Crane Park
Crane Master Martial Arts Park in Shang Simla.

Crane Master Martial Arts Park is a hidden tomb, but it has no tomb objects on it. It does have Martial Arts training equipment like the Sheng Hai Training Dummy. It also has a great view of Shang Simla. The Crane Master or Tsuru-Sen'nin appeared in Akira Toriyama's famous Dragon Ball manga.

East, North, South, and West TowersEdit

North Tower
North Tower
North Tower in Shang Simla.

East, North, South and West Towers are all hidden tombs. They are clones of each other, and contain nothing of note.

Han's BarnEdit

Han's Barn
Han Barn
Han's Barn in Shang Simla.

Han's Barn is a hidden tomb, but it contains no tomb objects, nor anything else of use. It is just there to add flavour to the area. It is clearly related to Han's Orchard.

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