Add more personality to your sims and the ones around them.
Requires: Slice of Life Base & Base Game
Contains script file: Yes
Personalities are implemented through traits and are randomized based on your sims create-a-sim traits. You can always change your personality trait by clicking on the sim.
Adds 16 detailed personality traits (based on Myer Briggs) that add on to relationships, autonomy, skills, careers, etc.
Allows personality types to be automatically generated based on your sim’s current traits.
Allows you to pick a personality type by clicking on your sim, going into the control panel, selecting the personality modifier, and choosing the pick a personality type option.
Allows you to disable personality traits for certain sims by clicking on your sim, going into the control panel, selecting the personality modifier, and choosing the disable option. (If you do not see the option to disable then click the “pick a personality type” option but click the X instead. Then go back and try to find the disable option.)
Adds autonomous animations based on your sim’s age, gender, weather, time of day, and traits. Sims will react based on their personality traits or age. Which can increase the relationship of sims nearby watching them. For example, whistling, making silly faces, playing with invisible toys, falling down, being attacked by bats, playing with butterflies, etc…
Allows sims to practice kissing in the mirror.
Allows sims to practice flirting in the mirror.
Allows sims to practice proposing in the mirror.
Adds an option to do any of the personality animations if you have cheats enabled, shift-click on your sims, and choose the personality actions menu.
Adds a hidden toxic buff/moodlet that allows that sim to start fights for no reason, insult their lovers, and talk down o people. This can be removed by going into the “control panel” under the slice of life menu.
What do these personalities do?
Each personality type will have hobbies (they will also do them autonomously) that the sim will enjoy doing, have custom social interactions, skill benefits, career benefits, and relationship benefits based on their personality types. You can read the descriptions of each personality type to figure out which hobby they will enjoy or skills they will benefit from. You can also pick out the best career for them based on which hobbies they enjoy and they will do much better in those careers.
The 16 Personality Types:
ENFP – Enthusiastic, creative, and sociable free spirits, who can always find a reason to smile. Popular hobbies for the ENFP include writing, creating and appreciating art, playing musical instruments, listening to music, participating in community theater, and reading fiction.
ENTJ – Bold, imaginative, and strong-willed leaders, always finding a way – or making one. Popular hobbies for ENTJs include taking leadership positions in community groups, attending social gatherings or sporting events, and playing competitive sports. Because ENTJs are so often focused on their careers, they may have few interests outside of work, or they may participate in leisure activities that also help to further their careers.
ISFP – Flexible and charming artists, always ready to explore and experience something new. Popular hobbies for ISFPs are those that use their physical or artistic skills, including independent athletics like skiing or swimming, dance, and craft projects. ISFPs also enjoy entertaining in intimate groups and exploring art and nature.
INFJ – Quiet and mystical, yet very inspiring and tireless idealists. Popular hobbies for the INFJ include writing, art appreciation, cultural events, reading, socializing in small, intimate settings, and playing or listening to music.
ISTP – Bold and practical experimenters, masters of all kinds of tools. Popular hobbies for an ISTP include magic and comedy, archery, weaponry, hunting, scuba diving, rappelling, aviation, skydiving, motorcycles, and other extreme sports. They are often drawn to risky or thrilling activities and those that allow them to work with something mechanical.
ESTP – Smart, energetic, and very perceptive people, who truly enjoy living on the edge. Popular hobbies for an ESTP include all sorts of sports and athletic pursuits, especially team sports and risky or adventurous activities like race car driving, boxing, or flying.
ENFJ – Charismatic and inspiring leaders, able to mesmerize their listeners. Popular hobbies for the ENFJ include organizing social events, reading, the arts, museums, storytelling, listening to music, writing, and gourmet cooking.
INFP – Poetic, kind, and altruistic people, always eager to help a good cause. Popular hobbies for INFPs include poetry, creative writing, music, photography, theater, and visual art.
ISTJ – Practical and fact-minded individuals, whose reliability cannot be doubted. Popular hobbies for the ISTJ include concentration games like chess and Trivial Pursuit, playing computer games, watching sporting events, pursuing physical fitness, and playing solitary sports such as golf.
INTJ – Practical and fact-minded individuals, whose reliability cannot be doubted. Popular hobbies for the ISTJ include concentration games like chess and Trivial Pursuit, playing computer games, watching sporting events, pursuing physical fitness, and playing solitary sports such as golf.
ISFJ – Very dedicated and warm protectors. Popular leisure activities for ISFJs include cooking, gardening, painting, crafts, picnics, nature walks, and watching movies. They are also often found supporting their loved ones in their interests and activities.
ESFP – Spontaneous, energetic, and enthusiastic people – life is never boring around them. Popular hobbies for ESFPs include socializing, team sports, home improvement projects, cooking, entertaining, games, and dance. ESFPs love big parties and gatherings and are quick to join any group or activity that sounds like fun.
ESFJ – Extraordinarily caring, social, and popular people, always eager to help. Popular leisure activities for ESFJs include volunteering in the community, charity, or religious organizations; celebrating holidays and family traditions; cooking; entertaining; and social sports.
ESTJ – Excellent administrators, unsurpassed at managing things – or people. Popular hobbies for the ESTJ include building and repairing things around the home, gardening, volunteering, community service, and playing and watching sports.
INTP – Innovative inventors with an unquenchable thirst for knowledge. Popular leisure activities for an INTP include reading, art, and cultural events, chess and other strategy games, writing, taking classes, working with computers, backpacking, hiking, and meditation.
ENTP – Smart and curious thinkers who cannot resist an intellectual challenge. Popular hobbies for the ENTP include continuing education, writing, art appreciation, playing sports, computers and video games, travel, and cultural events.