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The Sims 4 Seasons: Becoming A Master Llamacorn Scout

In the post 12 Features We Love In The Sims 4 Seasons, I talked about a new after-school activity for Child and Teen Sims. This is the new Scout activity added with the expansion. I’m sure many of you reading this have been a Scout, Girl Guide or something similar in your life so seeing this added into The Sims 4 brings back memories of collecting badges yourself but now without further ado let’s jump in and find out what it takes to become a Master Llamacorn Scout!

Enrolling Your Sims into Llamacorn Scouts

  • To join an After School Activity just go to your child or teen Sims’ Smart Phone. Then Career/Household and then click Join After School Activity. Once your Sim starts to use the phone you will get a pop up asking which activity they would like to join.
  • Once joining you will get a notification stating that your Sim has joined the Scout Career and you can keep track of your Sims progress under where you can track their school progress.
  • Don’t forget to buy a Scout Board so your Sim can keep track of their badge progress!
  • Make sure your Sims attend their Scout meetings, complete any daily and advancement tasks and also work towards getting their badges!

When clicking on the badge board you are presented with four options. View badge progress, collect badge, change into Scouting Uniform and put in inventory.

One thing to note is that Child Sims Scout Uniform consists of a baseball hat, neckerchief, short sleeve shirt and long shorts where as the Teen Sims Scout uniform is the same other than they have full length trousers and a more traditional Scouting hat.

Badges

There are a total of nine different badges your Sims can collect.

  • Arts & Crafts – Make crafts, drawings or paintings.
  • Civic Responsibility -Perform cleaning or repair actions.
  • Give Back – Donate items for charity from the Mailbox and Computer or perform the friendly social to Give Gifts.
  • Good Deeds – Entertain a toddler, make someone laugh, take out the trash or help someone with their homework.
  • Keep Fit – Perform a dance or exercise activity/
  • Outdoor Adventure – Perform outdoorsy activities like catching fish, finding frogs and grilling outdoors.
  • Scholarly Aptitude -Perform studious activities like reading books or completing homework.
  • Sociability – Perform friendly socials with another Sim.
  • Young Scientist – Perform scientific activities like computer programming, using the microscope and telescope.

As you carry out the various tasks to complete each badge you’ll notice that little symbols which relate to the badge will appear briefly by your Sims head before disappearing. This is showing that the action your Sim is doing contributes to one of the badges.

Everytime you complete all of the tasks for a badge you will get a notification in the middle of the screen telling you that your Sim has completed a badge and for them to go to the Scout Board to collect their badge. Simply go to the board and select “collect badge” and go from there.

Scout Career Levels

Llama Scout
Ideal Mood: Energized
Advancement Tasks: Earn a Scouting Badge to become a Griffon Scout
Daily Task: Check Badge Progress on Scouting Badge Board
Meetings: Sunday & Saturday 2pm-4pm

Griffon Scout
Ideal Mood: Energized
Advancement Tasks: Earn 3 Scouting Badges to become a Unicorn Scout
Daily Task: Check Badge Progress on Scouting Badge Board
Meetings: Sunday & Saturday 2pm-4pm
Reward: Scouting Manual for being promoted to Griffon Scout.

Unicorn Scout
Ideal Mood: Energized
Advancement Tasks: Earn 3 Scouting Badges to become a Unicorn Scout
Daily Task: Check Badge Progress on Scouting Badge Board
Meetings: Sunday & Saturday 2pm-4pm
Reward: Bronze Scouting Trophy

Pegasus Scout
Ideal Mood: Energized
Advancement Tasks: Earn 3 Scouting Badges to become a Pegasus Scout
Daily Task: Check Badge Progress on Scouting Badge Board
Meetings: Sunday & Saturday 2pm-4pm
Reward: Silver Scouting Trophy

Llamacorn Scout
Ideal Mood: Energized
Advancement Tasks: N/A
Daily Task: Check Badge Progress on Scouting Badge Board
Meetings: Sunday & Saturday 2pm-4pm
Rewards: Gold Scouting Trophy, expert Scouting outfit and Scouting Aptitude trait.

The Scouting Aptitude trait allows all of your Scouting ability makes future earning of Skills a little easier.

Once you’ve progressed through the different levels of the Scout Career, your badge collection should look a like this.

Once you have completed all the badges your Sim can still attend Scout meetings every week, can wear their Expert Scout uniform (with all the badges) all the time and display their Scouting trophies with pride!

If your Sim also uses the computer at all you’ll notice they have options to update the Scout Pack site, Donate to Charity and also post comments on the scout forums. Other than donating to charity these tasks are fun for your Sims.

So get your Sims into a new after-school activity and become the Master Llamacorn Scout they’ve always wanted to be!

Written by Krista

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    • “Young Scientist – Perform scientific activities like computer programming, using the microscope and telescope.”

      Child sims can definitely use the telescope. I don’t know if they can use the microscope. I doubt they can practice programming on the computer. You might have to take the kid to San Mychuno park and have it look through the telescope a bunch of times, then cancel and have the kid do it again. Or just buy your own observatory. Why do they have to be so dang big and expensive, anyway? Whatever happened to the tiny little 2×2 telescope that you could fit in the kid’s room?

  1. This is so buggy for my game. Floral arranging doesn’t count as Arts and Crafts, homework does not count as Scholarly Aptitude (despite the fact that it says specifically that it does), and I’ve told joke after joke without getting a single Good Deed.

    On the plus side, it does come with a board that’s put in the child’s inventory, so you don’t have to buy one.

  2. How can you make a child get the civic responsibility badge? It says you can clean up or repair stuff. But I noticed that children can’t clean dirty stuff like toilets or showers

  3. The only struggle is the civil badge the only thing I found they could do was mop a puddle, I have to make the mop 8! (And i have 3 scouts!) They can’t clean anything eles, have a lot of swimming to do (when they get out puddles from) (most of the time)

  4. I have found with the new Island living fishing does not earn the outdoor adventure but cooking a hotdog will for both child and teen. Does anyone know of any cheat codes that can be used to earn the badges quickly.

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