There is so much going on with werewolves and these sims 4 werewolf temperaments really add some great gameplay and intrigue to these fun occult characters. The temperaments can increase your sim’s fury and cause more frequent rampages which is fun, but can get old quick. Get the best temperaments to ensure that you have better control over your sims.
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How to Get Sims 4 Werewolf Temperaments
The temperaments that your werewolves get are going to seem random, but they are anything but. They are going to be awarded to your sims as your sims get higher in their werewolf rankings but they aren’t assigned compleltely at random.
The game is designed to assign these sims 4 werewolf temperaments based on the traits your werewolf has and the actions they are participating in. For example, a sim who is eating a lot of meat may find themselves becoming a carnivore.
What Do Sims 4 Werewolf Temperaments Do?
The different temperaments that your sims are gaining while playing as a werewolf affect them in a few different ways. The first (and most important) are that they affect your werewolf Fury level and can cause you to rampage more often.
For example, a werewolf who has the anti-capitalist canine temperament will gain Fury when doing anything related to work. A werewolf with the carnivore temperament is going to gain Fury if they eat anything other than fresh meat that they have hunted.
Your Fury fills up your Fury meter on the needs page of your simology and when full will result in a werewolf rampage where your sim is no longer fully controllable.
Types of Sims 4 Werewolf Temperaments
There are twenty-two sims 4 werewolf temperaments to choose from with only four of them being good. There are four mark of the… temperaments that are going to cause your fury to decrease instead of increase which is great, you’ll also see a decrease in the decay of certain needs with these ones so they are worth striving for.
“Ever since the beast awakened, doubts about societal norms have begun to stir. This sim now rejects the daily grind and will gain extra Fury if forced to partake in this endless, crushing, rat-race.”
Big Bad Wolf
“The inner demon within is unleashed. Not only will this sim gain additional Fury while angry, but will also need to fight other Sims in order to keep aggression down. If this wolf asks to come inside, best to say ‘not by the hairs on my chinny chin chin!”
“This sim has always had an appreciation for food, unfortunately this has a different meaning for werewolves. This sim must adhere to a very strict diet of fresh meat, very fresh meat.”
“Oh! What’s that? Is there fun happening overt here?! This sim now gains Fury while feeling playful, and while watching TV or playing video games too! like a hypersonic puppy about to hit critical mass.”
“This sim gains Fury when feeling ignored or otherwise low on social. You just like… wouldn’t understand.”
“Something has awoken within this sim! Frisky werewolves can sometimes get a little hot under the collar when their beast within is looking for some company. Fury gains increase while feeling flirty.”
“This sim might need a little extra rest in order to stay… balanced. Just don’t poke a sleeping wolf.”
Hates Being Wet
Shower? Just don’t. Rain? Just don’t. This sim loathes water and will gain extra Fury when wet.”
Hungry Like The Wolf
“These sims are more ravenous than they’ve ever been and gain Fury while hungry. This Sim might also be subject to sometimes extreme and sudden cravings.”
Must Be Clean
“This sim gains Fury with poor hygiene, and has a newfound appreciation for tongue-baths. Being a Werewolf is weird like that.”
“Night wolves prefer sleeping during the day, and gain Fury when deviating from a nocturnal sleep cycle.”
“This Sim feels a special pride about being a Werewolf, and doesn’t appreciate being made to feel otherwise. Aside from gaining Fury while embarrassed or uncomfortable they also might take things a little too personally.”
“Restless Animals feel to constrained while indoors, and gain extra Fury without anything fun to do.”
“These Werewolf enhanced ears means the world can be a terrible cacophony sometimes… Things like TV, loud radio, instruments and other noise cause Fury to rise in this sim.”
“These Sims seem to have an extra sense for danger, gaining additional Fury while scared or tense, and try extra hard to keep themselves physically safe.”
“These Sims have an unusually high desire to ‘claim what’s theirs’ so to speak. This Sim will gain Fury if around another Werewolf’s ‘boundaries.’ You see where this is going, right? right?”
“These Sims have trouble with intellectual or logical pursuits when their wolf brain is constantly calling.”
Wracked With Guilt
“Sometimes the weight of this Werewolf curse is too much to bear. Sims gain extra Fury while sad, they also might feel a sliver of remorse for their actions.”
Mark of the Wolf
“Symbols depicting a wolf, engraved on the Werewolf’s heart by the light of the moon. With this mark both natural Fury gains and social decays are reduced.”
Mark of the Hunt
“Symbols depicting the hunt, engraved on the Werewolf’s heart by the light of the moon. With this mark, both natural Fury gains and hunger decays are reduced.”
Mark of the Forest
“Symbols depicting a forest, engraved on the Werewolf’s heart by the light of the moon. With this mark, both natural Fury gains and Fun decays are reduced.”
Mark of the Night
“Symbols depicting a night sky, engraved on the Werewolf’s heart by the light of the moon. With this mark, both natural Fury gains and Energy decays are reduced.”
How to Change Your Sims 4 Werewolf Temperaments
If you happen to be unhappy with your sim’s current temperaments, there is a way to change them without cheating. You will need to get to the apex level of being a werewolf and purchase the lunar howl werewolf ability.
The description of this ability says “The most forbidden howl. Release what little remains of Sim’s humanity and succumb to the moon’s glow. Be warned, they may never be the same again.”
This howl can only be done outside and at night. This howl is quick and will be over before you even know its happening. Then your sim’s temperaments are going to immediately change to brand new ones and you’ll find new ways for their Fury to rise.
How to Cheat Sims 4 Werewolf Temperaments
There are a number of sims 4 werewolves cheats for you to learn and along with that comes the cheats to add or remove sims 4 werewolf temperaments. These are great because you use the same cheat code to add them that you use to remove them with one small change.
To change it from adding to removing you’ll just want to change the word equip and make it remove. For example, to equip your sims with the anti-capitalist canine temperament you’ll want to use:
- traits.equip_trait trait_OccultWerewolf_Temperaments_AntiCapitalistCanine
And if you wanted to remove the anti-capitalist canine temperament from your sims you’ll want to use this cheat code:
- traits.remove_trait trait_OccultWerewolf_Temperaments_AntiCapitalistCanine
|Big Bad Wolf
|Hates Being Wet
|Hungry Like The Wolf
|Mark of The Forrest
|Mark of the Hunt
|Mark of the Night
|Mark of the Wolf
|Wracked With Guilt
|Must Be Clean
In addition to using these amazing temperament cheats, you also have the option to use a mod like carl’s sims 4 werewolves cheats mod that lets you shift click on your sims and easily add and remove these temperaments.
Final Thoughts on Sims 4 Werewolf Temperaments
The temperaments that your sims have throughout their lives are going to seriously impact their lives. The worse the sims 4 werewolf temperaments are, the more fury they will have and the more time they’ll spend rampaging. Using werewolf cheats to remove the bad ones and add good ones is a great idea in my mind. Happy playing!