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.
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.
Here is a list of each Temperament, what the Werwolf Likes and Dislikes, and how Fury is gained.
|Temperament||Likes||Dislikes||Gains Fury When|
|Prideful||Being a Werewolf||Hearing other Werewolf critiques||Feeling Embarrassed or Uncomfortable|
|Frisky||Playing with other Werewolves||Sims who are feeling Morose||Being Flirty|
|Wracked With Guilt||Torturing themselves with remorseful thoughts||Negativity, criticism||Feeling Sad|
|Wolf Brain||Being a werewolf||With intellectual or logic activities||Being Rational|
|Restless Animal||Being outdoors||Too much time indoors||No fun activities|
|Territorial||Growing their territory||Other Werewolves||Near another Werewolf Territory|
|Anti-Capitalist Canine||Freedom||Any constraints, having a job||Forced to get a job|
|Big Bad Wolf||Fighting other Werewolves||Interacting with Sims||Feeling Angry|
|Night Wolf||Prowling with the pack at night time||Activities during the Day||Not basking in Moonlight long enough|
|Hates Being Wet||Getting dirty, scavenging||Any Water||Feeling Wet|
|Survival Instincts||Tranquility||Any danger||Feeling Scared|
|Carnivore||Raw meat||Vegetables||Eating food other than hunted food|
|Feels Outcasted||Being around other Sims||Feeling lonely||Low Social|
|Must Be Clean||Taking tongue-baths and making their fur shine||Being Dirty||Low Hygiene|
|Hungry Like The Wolf||Eating til they drop||Not having enough food||Feeling Hungry|
|Easily Excitable||Playing games and watching TV||Boredom||Feeling playful|
|Grumpy Wolf||Sleeping long hours||Feeling tired, waking up before sleep cycle is complete||Low on sleep|
|Sensitive Hearing||Spending time in the wild or indoors||Loud noises, including loud TV or radio, or musical instruments||Hearing loud noises|
|Mark of the Night||Being able to control Fury|
Being active at night time
|Losing control||Fury decreases and Energy decay decreases|
|Mark of the Forest||Being able to control Fury|
Roaming the woods
|Losing control||Fury decreases and Fun decay decreases|
|Mark of the Wolf||Being able to control Fury|
Being a Werewolf
|Losing control||Fury decreases and Social decay decrease|
|Mark of the Hunt||Being able to control Fury|
|Losing control||Fury 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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