If it’s something else you’re looking for, make sure to check out our Complete Guide to Billie, where we provide links to everything we’ve written before. Surprise Me is a great new option that allows the game to make the tough decisions for you.
If you’re completely stuck on how to proceed, or just can’t be bothered, you can now hit Surprise Me whenever you have to make a decision and Billie will choose one at random. So Candy writer wasn’t specific about the exact diseases we can expect to see in Billie post-update, but it did mention something about us using our imagination.
There’s also a new disease system that lets you see the exact symptoms your Billie character is experiencing in all of their nasty glory. Strolls & Speed Walks Presumably, these activities will have a positive impact on your health, but we also kind of hope that they lead to unique encounters too.
We all know how difficult it is to complete New Year’s Resolutions in real life but it is quite easy in Billie. To complete Resolution Challenge in Billie, you simply need to do a few things in the same year.
To do so, you will need to head into Activities and then Mind & Body section and select the gym option from the menu. The third thing you need to do is go into the Mind and & Section and then select the book option from the menu.
The next thing you need to do complete the Resolution challenge in Billie is to go into the Mind and Body section and Tao in the Meditate option. Mind & Body is an activity that can give small bursts of health and smarts to increase your Stats and can even help raise Karma.
In most locations, characters need to be at least 12-13 for meditating or library or 16 to work out at the gym or to take a memory test. This can be done in Prison and juvenile detention (except for a memory test) with gym being free.
There was an update which added 5 more Mind and Body activities: Reading books, Going on a Diet, Gardening, Martial Arts, and Walks. Book Author Genre Pages Age Unlocked Effects #IMomSoHard Kristin Hensley Comedy 272 17 1984 George Orwell Science Fiction 237 17 A Brief History of Time Stephen Hawking Non-Fiction 256 17 A Game of Thrones George R.R.
Martin Fantasy 694 18 Happiness +16 Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Lewis Carroll Fantasy 239 10 All My Friends Are Dead Avery Mon sen Comedy 96 17 Happiness +16 All Quiet on the Western Front Erich Maria Remarque Historical Fiction 296 17 Angela's Ashes Frank Account Autobiography 378 15 Happiness -8 A Tale of Two Cities Charles Dickens Historical Fiction 489 17 A Time to Kill John Grisham Novel 546 17 Happiness +4 Atlas Shrugged AYN Rand Novel 1168 17 Happiness +8 A Tree Grows in Brooklyn Betty Smith Novel 493 13 Happiness +16 Awaken the Giant Within Tony Robbins Self-Help 548 15 Happiness +50 A Wrinkle in Time Madeleine L'Angle Fantasy 260 10 Beauty Fades, Dumb is Forever Judy Headline Comedy 190 19 Becoming Michelle Obama Autobiography 463 15 Happiness +16 Beloved Toni Morrison Historical Fiction 345 16 Happiness -8 Bossy pants Tina Fey Autobiography 196 19 Brave New World Aldous Huxley Science Fiction 288 17 Happiness -4 Broke Millennial Takes On Investing Erin Lowry Self-Help 258 17 Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? White Children's Novel 196 8 Cooking' with Coolie Coolie Cookbook 224 17 Corduroy Don Freeman Children's Picture Book 32 6 Cosmos Carl Sagan Non-Fiction 365 17 Crime and Punishment Floor Dostoevsky Crime Fiction 671 19 Critique of Pure Reason Immanuel Kant Non-Fiction 856 17 Dads is Fat Jim African Comedy 288 17 Diaries of a Wimpy Kid Jeff Kinney Children's Novel 221 10 Happiness +50 Don Quixote Miguel de Cervantes Novel 1023 17 Dracula Bram Stoker Horror Novel 488 13 Everything I Know About Women I Learned From My Tractor Roger Welsh Comedy 224 19 Fahrenheit 451 Ray Bradbury Science Fiction 194 16 Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas Hunter S. Thompson Novel 217 19 Fifty Shades of Grey E.L. James Romance Novel 514 19 Happiness +50 First Step 2 Forever Justin Bieber Biography 240 15 Flowers for Algernon Daniel Eyes Science Fiction 311 16 Frankenstein Mary Shelley Horror Novel 335 13 Freedom in Exile Dalai Lama Autobiography 304 15 Gone with the Wind Margaret Mitchell Historical Fiction 1037 17 Goodnight Moon Margaret Wise Brown Children's Picture Book 32 6 Goosebumps R.L.
Lewis Fantasy 208 11 The Little Engine That Could Fatty Piper Children's Picture Book 48 6 The Lord of the Rings J.R.R. Tolkien Fantasy 1216 13 The Meaning of Relativity Albert Einstein Non-Fiction 170 17 The Merriam-Webster Dictionary Merriam-Webster Reference 3350 13 Smarts +100 The Metamorphosis Franz Kafka Novel 201 16 The Motorcycle Diaries Che Guevara Autobiography 166 17 The Odyssey Homer Poetry 541 The Old Man and the Sea Ernest Hemingway Novel 132 16 The Power of Now Eckhart Toll Self-Help 236 15 Happiness +50 The Prince Niccolo Machiavelli Non-Fiction 164 17 The Republic Plato Novel 570 17 The Rights of Man Thomas Paine Non-Fiction 200 17 The Scarlet Letter Nathaniel Hawthorne Historical Fiction 279 16 The Secret Garden Frances Hodgson Burnett Children's Novel 331 9 Happiness -4 The Snowy Day Ezra Jack Keats Children's Picture Book 40 6 The Sound and the Fury William Faulkner Novel 326 17 The Time Machine H.G.
They can learn Jujitsu, TAE Won Do, Judo, Karate, or Kung Fu. You can also find a “deep awareness” of yourself, meaning you'll know a random stat like say athleticism or fertility.
In this Billie health guide tutorial, we will show you how to treat all the illnesses. Whether you like it or not, but the probability of your character catching a disease and getting ill is a very much possibility.
And since you are in charge of your player’s health, you have to make sure that he or she remains safe and healthy throughout. However, not all disease requires a visit to the doctor, some could easily be cured at home.
Illness such as a common cold or food poisoning is temporary in nature and in most cases is cured by itself within a few days. However, some diseases like laryngitis require a little of more precautions, and it is better you see a doctor within a second thought.
If both the doctors fail to cure you even after a year has passed, then you might have to look for some alternative ways. These include going to the gym and the library, and performing regular meditations.
Similarly, spending quality time with your parents, spouse, children and loved one's might prove to be quite a healing touch for your character. Then there are issues related to alcohol or drugs, which could have been easily avoided in the first place.
But if your character has become addicted to it, then you shouldn’t waste any more time and directly take him to the rehab. In some cases, even if you don’t have any disease, your health and happiness might see a continuous drop.
Going to the gym, meditations, and spending some time with your loved one's might prove to be beneficial. Until you cross the age of 18, you could only visit the medical doctor, that too with your parents.
The alternative doctors don’t always cure you of disease but will help in increasing your health and happiness stats. Then there is also your school nurse who might treat simple and minor illness, but they might not always cure you.
So this was all from this Billie Health Guide which outlined the tips to cure and treat all the illnesses. Each year you have the opportunity to do so, you need to spend that time going on any of the forms of walking.
It’s not a huge boost, but it keeps your character active and healthy throughout their life. Keeping a vegetarian or lighter diet when you reach your 50s and 60s is a great way to ensure your character only eat healthier food.
If your health ever starts to become love, try visiting a doctor, exercising, modifying your diet, or seek other forms of medicine. To boost your happiness, try doing things your character might enjoy, such as reading, spending time with loved ones, with their significant other, or purchasing things they may admire, like a fancy new car.
By keeping all of your green bars up as much as possible and having enough money to visit the doctor when you need to regularly, you should be able to have a long life with your Billie character. Unfortunately, there’s always the random chance something unforeseeable happens, like getting into a fight with someone, and they pull a grenade on you or dying because they have a car run them over.
At the start of your life in Bit life, you need to find out if the country your character is born in has access to recreational marijuana. The countries for this challenge only include the United States, Canada, South Africa, Georgia, and Uruguay.
The third requirement is all about having your character attempt to procreate as quickly as possible and have a perfect relationship with the daughter. Once your child is born and it's a daughter, change their name to Maryland and spend as much time as you can with her.
You can increase your relationship with her by having a conversation, giving her compliments, and finding any way to spend the day with her. The final and likely the hardest requirement is having your character survive on a Hot Cheetos diet for 30 plus years.
When this happens, you can only focus on eating Hot Cheetos for the remainder of the game, and your character’s stats will start to go down quite negatively, noticeably their looks and health. You can attempt to fight this eventual decay by spending time at the gym, meditating, going for long walks, doing Martial Arts, and visiting doctors.
Unfortunately, this is the roughest bit, so you need to do your best to try and maintain a healthy lifestyle before you’re 18 and then continue it moving forward. It does require a bit of luck when attempting to complete it, but once you’re 18, it should be smooth sailing as you try to balance the horrible diet with a healthy and active lifestyle.