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The Sims 4 Island Living adds new traits for your Sims so they can truly get the most out of everything the beautiful world of Sulani has to offer. Not only are there two new traits for CAS and a new aspiration reward trait, but for the first time, reward traits have been added to careers! The new Conservationist career has two new traits; one for each career branch. Maxing out the Conservationist career in either branch will earn your Sim a new trait!
Sims with the Child of the Islands trait have a special relationship with Sulani and care very deeply about the island’s well being. Sims with this trait can speak with the spirits of the islands and either gain their favour or disapproval.
Sims with the Child of the Ocean trait feel more at home in the water than they do on land. They will autonomously choose water activities whenever there are any available nearby. Sims with this trait will not enjoy fishing or eating seafood. Fish are friends, not food!
Aspiration Reward Trait
Exactly as the name suggests, Sims with the Laid-Back trait are just too chill to get stressed out about anything. They’ll never feel tense again. To earn this trait, have your Sim complete the new Beach Life aspiration that comes with The Sims 4 Island Living.
For more information about the new Beach Life aspiration, check out our article, The Sims 4 Island Living: Beach Life Aspiration!
Sims with the Natural Speaker trait are naturally charismatic and have no trouble whatsoever convincing other Sims to take a more proactive role in protecting the environment! To earn the Natural Speaker trait, have your Sim reach the top of the new Conservationist career in the Environmental Manager branch.
Sims who are Master of the Sea were born to navigate the ocean! They make friends with mermaids and dolphins faster and can get around on the water with ease. To earn this trait, have your Sim reach the top of the new Conservationist career in the Marine Biologist branch.
For more information on the Conservationist career, check out our article The Sims 4 Island Living: Conservationist Career Guide!
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