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Trait is a personality system in The Sims 4, similar to the trait system in The Sims 3. The personality system as a building block of Sims in The Sims 4 is a combination of trait from The Sims 3 and aspiration from The Sims 2. There are three kinds of traits in the game: normal traits, bonus traits, and reward traits. Each kind has different ways to earn them.
As Sims socialize with others, they may reveal their traits from certain interactions. For example, asking a Sim's career will reveal if they have the Ambitious trait, or flirting with a Sim may reveal the Romantic trait. The Observant reward trait allows a Sim to instantly learn the traits of other Sims.
List of TraitsEdit
Adult sims created in Create a Sim may have up to three traits, and a bonus trait relating to their chosen aspiration. All traits affect a Sim's behavior and emotions, for example, a Creative sim may randomly become Inspired, while a Sim that Loves Outdoors will sink into a low mood if they stay inside too long.
Unlike The Sims 3, there is no soft limit on the amount of traits an individual Sim can have. Further traits can be earned by either completing aspirations and receiving reward traits, purchasing traits with Satisfaction Points, achieving a high level in the Doctor career, and even dying.
The following lists all traits that appear in the game.
|Active||These Sims tend to be Energized, can Pump Up other Sims, and may become upset if they don't exercise for a period of time.|
|Cheerful||These Sims tend to be Happier than other Sims.|
|Creative||These Sims tend to be Inspired, can Share Creative Ideas with other Sims, and may become upset if they're not creative for a period of time.|
|Genius||These Sims tend to be Focused, can Share Ideas with other Sims, and may become upset if they haven't improved their Mental Skills for some time.|
|Gloomy||These Sims tend to be Sad, can Share Melancholy Thoughts to other Sims, and while sad, gain a boost to their Creative Skill.|
|Goofball||These Sims tend to be Playful.|
|Hot-Headed||These Sims tend to be Angry, can Rile up other Sims, and become Angry when targeted with Mischief.|
|Romantic||These Sims tend to be Flirty and may become Sad if they don't have any Romantic social interactions for a period of time.|
|Self-Assured||These Sims tend to be Confident.|
|Unflirty||These Sims get Tense around Flirty Sims and seldom get Flirty themselves. It's difficult for them to be Romantic in public.|
|Art Lover||These Sims gain powerful Moodlets from Viewing works of art and can Admire Art and Discuss Art in unique ways.|
|Bookworm||These Sims gain powerful Moodlets from reading Books and can Analyze Books and Discuss Books in unique ways.|
|Foodie||These Sims become Happy and have Fun when eating good food, become Uncomfortable when eating bad food, and can Watch Cooking Shows for ideas.|
|Geek||These Sims become Happy when Reading Sci-Fi or Playing Video Games, may become Tense if they haven't played much, are better at finding Collectibles, and can Discuss Geek Things with other Geek Sims.|
|Music Lover||These Sims gain powerful Moodlets and boost their Fun Need when Listening to Music and become Happy when playing instruments.|
|Perfectionist||These Sims take longer to craft items but tend to make them higher quality, gain powerful Moodlets after crafting a high quality item, and gain negative Moodlets after crafting a low quality item.|
|Ambitious||These Sims gain powerful Moodlets from career success, gain negative Moodlets from career failure, and may become Tense if not promoted.|
|Childish||These Sims gain powerful Moodlets from watching the Kids Network, become Playful when playing with Children, and become Happy when playing with Children's toys.|
|Clumsy||These Sims tend to fail more often at physical activities and tend to laugh at failure instead of becoming upset.|
|Dance Machine||These Sims can't wait to get down, boogie, and party all night! When at venues like Bars, Nightclubs, and Lounges, these Sims can get a burst of energy with the Party Time interaction.|
|Glutton||These Sims have a greater negative reaction to Hunger, always enjoy eating, no matter the quality of the food, and will eat Spoiled Food.|
|Insane||These Sims can Talk to themselves and have unpredictable Emotions.|
|Kleptomaniac||These Sims don't mind "borrowing" things from others with a simple swipe, but will get Tense when they have not swiped anything in a while.|
|Lazy||These Sims gain powerful Moodlets from Watching TV or Napping as well as from Comfortable furniture, become Fatigued more quickly from exercise, and grow Tense when performing household chores.|
|Loves Outdoors||These Sims can Enthuse about Nature to other Sims and become Happy when Outdoors.|
|Materialistic||These Sims can Admire and Brag about Possessions and become Sad when they haven't purchased a new item for a period of time.|
|Neat||These Sims become Happy and have Fun when performing household chores, can have a Cleaning Frenzy, and become really Uncomfortable in dirty surroundings.|
|Slob||These Sims are not affected by dirty surroundings, make household items dirtier faster, and can Rummage for Food in garbage.|
|Snob||These Sims can Critique Work on low quality items, are bored by "low brow" television, and gain Confidence around other Snob Sims.|
|Squeamish||Squeamish Sims are nauseated by the sight of creepy crawlies, vomiting, violence and death. These Sims become Uncomfortable near anything dirty.|
|Vegetarian||These Sims will actively avoid eating foods that contain meat products and can become sick if they eat such foods.|
|Bro||These Sims can Bro Hug other Bros, gain Confidence around other Bros, and become Energized from Watching Sports.|
|Evil||These Sims become Happy around Sims with negative Moodlets, can Laugh Maniacally and Discuss Evil Plans, and become Angry when interacting with Good Sims.|
|Family-oriented||These Sims become Happy around family members, become Sad if they don't interact with family for a period of time, and can Boast about Family.|
|Good||These Sims become Happy around Sims with positive Moodlets, can Donate to Charity, become Sad with interacting with Evil Sims, and can Discuss World Peace.|
|Hates Children||These Sims become Angry around Children, become Tense after Try for a Baby, and can be Mean to Children.|
|Insider||These Sims love being in Clubs, and tend to be happiest when surrounded by their friends.|
|Jealous||These Sims get Jealous more easily than other Sims. They gain a boost of Confidence from being around their significant other, but get Tense if they haven't seen them recently.|
|Loner||These Sims become Happy when alone, do not receive negative Moodlets when their Social Need is low, become Tense around strangers, and become Embarrassed more often by social rejection.|
|Mean||These Sims become Happy when being Mean or Mischievous to other Sims and become Confident after winning a fight.|
|Noncommittal||These Sims become Tense after a while in the same job or relationship, become Happy when they Quit a Job or Break Off a relationship, take longer to Propose, and can Discuss their Fear of Commitment.|
|Outgoing||These Sims gain powerful Moodlets from Friendly socialization, have their Social need decay quickly, and gain more negative Moodlets when their Social need is low.|
List of Reward TraitsEdit
Aspiration Reward TraitsEdit
Sims will receive a unique reward trait when fulfilling aspirations. There is no limit on the number of aspirations that can be completed, and thus no limit on the number of aspiration reward traits that can be earned.
Child Aspiration Reward TraitsEdit
These traits can only be earned when the Sim is a child and completes a child aspiration.
Satisfaction Reward TraitsEdit
Certain traits can be purchased with Satisfaction Points. Unlike regular traits, these traits are of narrow focus and usually only grant a single ability.
Career Reward TraitsEdit
|Sickness Resistance||Sim must be level 8 in the Doctor career.||Resilient Immunity, Sims will have a lower chance of getting sick and will recover from sickness faster.|
The Sims 4 features numerous hidden traits that are never visible. Many of them are used only for technical purposes, such as marking which secret lots have been visited, or to provide functionality for NPCs. Some hidden traits function similarly to regular traits, but are simply not visible.
|Alien||Alien Sims will have this trait. It can only be viewed when setting Club membership requirements. There is no in-game description.|
Other hidden traits like Left-handed and Right-handed can be set in debug mode or by using cheat codes.
There are also traits that seem to not have any way to acquire through gameplay, where at this point a command input is necessary to obtain:
The following are listed as reward traits but do not appear in the aspiration rewards store:
Sincere - Sincere Sims have more success with Apologies and Compliments.
Memorable - Relationships decay more slowly.