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Home Guide The Sims Medieval - Lessons in capsule form - Traits
The Sims Medieval - Lessons in capsule form - Traits PDF Print
Written by CriCri Wednesday, 02 March 2011 00:00
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Traits

Medieval Sims have traits too.
As in the Middle Ages Sims were "simpler", they have only three of them, not five.
One of them is negative and it's called "Fatal Flaw". It affects your Sim negatively, and can make some quests harder.
However, Sims can get rid of their fatal flaw by completing a quest that allows them to turn their weakness into a legendary trait.
This mission is secret, but I wrote about it on Edenstyle a few days ago, in my interview to Rachel Bernstein: http://www.edenstylemagazine.it/the-sims-medieval/intervista-su-the-sims-medieval.html

Traits influence every aspect of a Sim's life: the way they act, interact with other people and the world, their choices of life. They also give special interactions.
Traits are listed in the Simology tab and you can choose them in the Create a Sim screen. To learn other Sims' traits, you'll have to talk with them and look at the relationships panel.
A few traits: chivalrous, eloquent, rustic and fool.
A few fatal flaws: bloodthirsty, compulsive gambler, licentious.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 24 March 2011 12:17