However, it seems that the Sim in question will suffer from any lowered motives, just to a lesser degree, so it is incredibly important to use this second chance to raise these motives before the Sim dies again.
Prior to The Sims 2: Bon Voyage, Sims cannot die on a community lot.
In The Sims 2 and The Sims 3, the Grim Reaper plays a cameo depending on the method of death and the aspiration level of the Sim in question.
Unlike most legends of the Grim Reaper, he seems to be a kind being in The Sims series.
There is no animation of Sims dying in the mobile version.
Instead, an "In Memoriam" dialogue box appears and then shows a scene of a silhouetted Sim looking at the deceased Sim's grave with a light shining down on it.
Also, it may not be possible to plead for a drowned Sim, as living Sims will not be able to get to the Grim Reaper if he is out in the water.
However, if The Sims 2: Apartment Life is installed, an infallibly good witch or warlock with 9 or more magic skill can use the spell "Expello Mortis", which will reach further out, though it will not be able to reach the middle of a very large pool.
In the initial release of The Sims 4, Sims did not starve to death outside of their home neighborhood, but this limitation has been removed in recent updates.
In The Sims Stories, the player's Sims do not die during the main storyline.
Sims can be killed in a variety of ways which vary by game version.
These include death by fire, shock, starvation, flies, being eaten by the cow plant and being scared to death.
His personality is perhaps a reference to the personified Death character in Terry Pratchett's "Discworld" novels.