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The Llama (Lama glama) is a South American camelid, widely used as a pack animal by the Incas and other natives of the Andes mountains. In South America llamas are still used as beasts of burden, as well as for the production of fiber and meat.
Llamas are a recurring theme in The Sims series, where there are numerous references to them, including a baseball team named after the animals. Many items in buy mode have llamas on them, or refer to llamas. The University expansion for The Sims 2 has mascots that are dressed as llamas. Judging from the cheer that they and the cheerleaders do, the Simlish word for "llama" appears to be "gerbit".
In The Sims: Livin' Large, a baseball outfit for adult males has 'Llamas' written on it. Incidentally, this is one of the few instances where characters from the Roman alphabet are used in-game (as most writing on Sims' clothing, books, screens etc. uses the Simlish alphabet). In The Sims: Makin' Magic, a magic ingredient is called "Llama Spit".
In the space stage of the game Spore, another game by Will Wright, an alien species may ask the player to find them llama statues.
In yet another Will Wright game, SimCity 3000, there is a cheat in which you can turn your advisors into Llamas. This cheat is also in the game's sequel, SimCity 4.
As a joke, one of the cheat codes in The Sims 3 is 'enableLlamas on/off'. It does nothing. It is also possible to imply that someone looks like a llama in The Sims 3, which is a grave insult. With the Ambitions expansion, fashion designers can choose to refuse their clients request for a makeover and imply that they "look like a llama".
In The Sims 3, a random event in the political career offers a large "donation" in return for the enlargement of llama reserves.
In The Sims, Sims usually make an excuse that they have to feed their llama if they reject an invitation from phone. In The Sims 2, the excuse is that they'd rather play MyShuno with llamas.
In The Sims 3, the Fast Learner lifetime reward states that you will learn faster than a galloping llama.When exploring the catacombs at Pleasant Rest Graveyard, a message will appear saying that the Sim has found a rock that looks like the head of a llama, and the Sim will stop to marvel at the work of nature.
When a Sim invites another Sim out, and it goes badly, there will be a moodlet saying "Yuck! Going out was about as much fun as being spat on by a llama!"
One of the types of space rock scattered around the landscape will be called 'Unusual Llamite'