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One of the many features making a splash in The Sims 4 Island Living is the addition of Dolphins.
Now, you might be wondering how you go about finding one of the many dolphins residing in Sulani. Join us as we dive in and discover more.
You will usually find Dolphins swimming around near one of the Diving Buoys that are scattered around the ocean in Sulani. Dolphins only tend to appear two or three times a day at any given location. When you spot the Dolphins, they will usually be in a small group of three or four and you will be able to Call Over one of the dolphins. This may take a few times to do so but simply click near the diving buoy on the ocean and you should get the interaction to appear on the screen.
Once the Dolphin has come over to you there are a number of interactions that you can do with them. Some of these interactions may not be available straight away but they will unlock as you build your relationship with a Dolphin.
- Pet Dolphin
- Ask To Be Squirted (Requires the Child of the Ocean trait)
- Playfully Splash
- Feed – You can feed Dolphins for $2 or by using fish you have caught from your Sims inventory
- Request Trick – Belly Rub, Dance, Fetch (the Dolphin may return with a gift for your Sim), Jump or Kiss
- Talk to Dolphin
- Name Dolphin – You are also able to rename your Dolphin if you wish as well
Note: Some of the interactions will require your Sim to have a higher friendship level than others. If the interaction doesn’t work the first time around, try a couple of other interactions and then try again.
However, if you are a mermaid you will be able to call an Azure Dolphin. These Dolphins take on a more blue/green colour for their appearance. Calling an Azure Dolphin takes away thirty hydration from your Mermaid Sim but you are able to call the Azure Dolphin from anywhere in the ocean. You do not need to find a diving buoy you simply just click on the ocean. The Azure Dolphin’s have all of the same interactions as a normal Dolphin does as well.
Dolphins are an adorable and funny addition to The Sims 4 and it is lovely to see them swimming around Sulani. Who knows the dolphins may have a surprise or two in store for your Sim. You may be lucky enough to discover one or two of the Albino Dolphins when you help clean up the Islands.