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Changing a Maturity Rating from G to M


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Hi, the most practical fix will be to sell the land and move to a region with the rating you want. Usually LL will not change the rating for a mainland region, but they do reserve the right to do it if they want to. If you can get all the land owners on that region to agree to a change, it won't hurt to ask, but moving will be surer to work.

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Stoner Stormcrow wrote:

Right. Everyone around me is an M and I am G. Thought it might be possible.

Everyone else on your sim is also G rated. It can only be changed for the whole sim, not little bits of the sim. Whether LL would change it if you owned the whole sim... I don't know, and I'd suggest ticketing if that were the case. But you don't own the whole sim, so your best option is moving.

(As an aside to that, I do know someone with a whole sim who has asked for the maturity rating to be changed. It'll be interested to see if LL does it.)

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You are able to change the Maturity Rating for the Parcel but only the Parcel, The region will still be a G rating. Go to About Land and the Options Tab. You can change it there. 

You mentioned that all the parcels around you are M rated. Is it possible the region is M rated too and you have the M rating unchecked on the About Land > Option tab? I believe the default on this tab when purchasing land is to be unchecked.

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SynCere Talon wrote:

You are able to change the Maturity Rating for the Parcel but only the Parcel, The region will still be a G rating. Go to About Land and the Options Tab. You can change it there. 

When the sim is G rated, the moderate content checkbox is greyed out. It can't be selected.

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