How to complete the Under the Sea Challenge in BitLife

How to complete the Under the Sea Challenge in BitLife

The week is over, and it’s time for the weekend to get into full swing. That means gamers all across the globe are hopping in to get things done. This week, BitLife has another new challenge on deck. This week’s challenge is a pretty simple one, once you know what to do. The Under the Sea Challenge in BitLife is new this week, things are getting wet and wild, and you’re going deep into the sea. This challenge has a bunch of steps, so follow this guide to help yourself out.

How to complete the Under the Sea Challenge in BitLife

These are all the tasks you will need to complete in the Under the Sea Challenge.

The first thing you need to do is make your character. You need to make a female character.From there, select to have them born in Denmark. It would help if you were born in either Aarhus or Copenhagen for this to count. Once you have made your character, you’re ready to begin.

Prep Work

This is where the God Mode addon will really help you out. Finding an NPC with Ursula name is really dependent on RNG, which can take a long time. Alternatively, another good way to go about this is to have a child, naming them Ursula and becoming enemies with them. Just get married according to the later steps of this guide, and then name your child to finish things off.

The next thing you want to focus on is getting your vocal skills up. Getting 100% Voice Skill level means you need to put a lot of time into your vocal skills. Take Voice Lessons via the Activities menu when you first get to schooling. You can take lessons in the Mind & Body tab and scrolling down and clicking on Voice. During your childhood years, you can get your parents to pay for them if you’re lucky, Once you get to teenage years and adulthood, you will have to pay around $1,000 each time you take a lesson, So hopefully you have plenty of cash. This has to be done every time you age up, so keep working at it to finish this step.

Once you’re in High School, put the time into studying, and you should get a great academic scholarship if you’re lucky. Your parents may also pay for the degree if that doesn’t happen. The biggest thing you need to focus on during your early years is your education. When you go to college, pick the Biology major and work your way through the school grind. This will take a few years. It will be easier if you maxed out Smarts via the God Mode addon, but regular trips to the library can handle that for free as well. Your character will want to consistently read books or visit the library, and be sure to select the Study Harder option under the Education tab. This will help you do well in your degree.

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Once you’ve got the degree, move onto University. You only want to pick the Graduate School option, then graduate from there. Once you have the degrees done, just hit up the Occupation menu and see if the Marine Biologist job is listed under Full-Time jobs.

Now, it’s time to wrap up.

Getting Married

Marrying a royal is the hardest part of this, but since you’re born in Denmark, it’s a bit less random. You have two options for how to do this.

You either need to make friends with a royal over the course of your life, then marry them, although that takes a lot of luck. An alternative option is to marry into the royal family directly. To do this, age up your character until they are old enough to start dating. Navigate to the Activities tab and select Love. Go on a date, and there will be a very low chance that you will find someone who is royalty.

You could also try to make a custom character and have them be born as royalty, but that’s even more RNG-dependent. Your best bet is to try for a random date. If you have the God Mode addon, this process can be made a lot easier by making a character Royalty, then marrying them. That just means you need to make them, then immediately make them royal, before switching to your new character.

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