All Werewolf Temperaments in The Sims 4

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In The Sims 4, players can purchase a Werewolf pack as a fun new addition to the game. Werewolves have their own lore, abilities, and their individual Temperaments. A Werewolf’s Temperament affects their Fury gains- a feature that drives their inevitable transformation! Find out below all Werewolf Temperaments in The Sims 4!

Werewolf Temperaments in The Sims 4

A Werewolf’s Fury Orb is filled up until it glows red- indicating your lycanthrope character is about to give in to their wolfy instincts! A contributor to increasing Fury is the individual Werewolf’s Temperament which determines how the Fury is gained. There are a total of 22 Temperaments in The Sims 4, four of which can only be triggered by using the Lunar Howl.

Related: How to Create and Edit Werewolves in The Sims 4

Werewolves in The Sims 4 (via EA)

Each Werewolf Sim starts off with 1 Temperament, and as they rank up they can gain more. This means more things can agitate the Werewolf, have their Fury increase, and then transform quicker. Temperament is determined by the Werewolf’s traits and actions- this means you cannot choose them yourself but you can help gain certain Temperaments by making your Werewolf Sim perform certain actions.

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Here is a list of each Temperament, what the Werwolf Likes and Dislikes, and how Fury is gained.

TemperamentLikesDislikesGains Fury When
PridefulBeing a WerewolfHearing other Werewolf critiquesFeeling Embarrassed or Uncomfortable
FriskyPlaying with other WerewolvesSims who are feeling MoroseBeing Flirty
Wracked With GuiltTorturing themselves with remorseful thoughtsNegativity, criticismFeeling Sad
Wolf BrainBeing a werewolfWith intellectual or logic activitiesBeing Rational
Restless AnimalBeing outdoorsToo much time indoorsNo fun activities
TerritorialGrowing their territoryOther WerewolvesNear another Werewolf Territory
Anti-Capitalist CanineFreedomAny constraints, having a jobForced to get a job
Big Bad WolfFighting other WerewolvesInteracting with SimsFeeling Angry
Night WolfProwling with the pack at night timeActivities during the DayNot basking in Moonlight long enough
Hates Being WetGetting dirty, scavengingAny WaterFeeling Wet
Survival InstinctsTranquilityAny dangerFeeling Scared
CarnivoreRaw meatVegetablesEating food other than hunted food
Feels OutcastedBeing around other SimsFeeling lonelyLow Social
Must Be CleanTaking tongue-baths and making their fur shineBeing DirtyLow Hygiene
Hungry Like The WolfEating til they dropNot having enough foodFeeling Hungry
Easily ExcitablePlaying games and watching TVBoredomFeeling playful
Grumpy WolfSleeping long hoursFeeling tired, waking up before sleep cycle is completeLow on sleep
Sensitive HearingSpending time in the wild or indoorsLoud noises, including loud TV or radio, or musical instrumentsHearing loud noises
Mark of the NightBeing able to control Fury
Being active at night time
Losing controlFury decreases and Energy decay decreases
Mark of the ForestBeing able to control Fury
Roaming the woods
Losing controlFury decreases and Fun decay decreases
Mark of the WolfBeing able to control Fury
Being a Werewolf
Losing controlFury decreases and Social decay decrease
Mark of the HuntBeing able to control Fury
Hunting
Losing controlFury decreases and Hunger decay decrease

That is every temperament in The Sims 4 Werewolf pack! Next, why not find out how to get Wolf-B-Gone in The Sims 4? Good luck!

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