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Are there werewolves in Sims 3?

Are there werewolves in Sims 3?

The Sims 3: Supernatural. Werewolves were reintroduced in The Sims 3: Supernatural, listed as one of the five supernatural types in the pack. They are a very powerful and social supernatural and maintain their basic needs just like Sims. They have a hidden skill known as Lycanthropy.

Can a wolf be tamed as a pet?

An animal that is tame may not be fearful of humans, but they will still possess their wild instincts. The truth is it is not possible to domesticate an animal in a single generation (or even a few). And while it’s true that a wolf can be tamed, this is far from easy.

How do you turn into a werewolf on Sims 3?

However, if you have a sim you want to become a werewolf, you can do so by finding one out in your town. Befriend them and work that relationship up. Once you both are at a good point in your friendship/relationship, you can ask for “the Werewolf Curse.” They’ll bite your sim’s neck and voila, they will be a werewolf.

Can werewolves have babies?

When women are pregnant that’s the one time the curse releases itself so the werewolf bloodlines can continue to procreate.”

How do you get Wolfsbane on Sims?

If you have The Sims 4 Vampire pack installed, you can find Wolfsbane plants in the wild in Forgotten Hollow. They’re easy to spot and grow all year round. Wolfsbane plants have blue-purple flowers. Alternatively, you can also order Wolfsbane seeds from Vampire Secrets on the computer.

Do wolves mate for life?

Reproduction. Gray Wolves are monogamous, often mating for life. In the pack, only the alpha pair has sexual rights during breeding season. Females are normally sexually mature at 2-years of age.

Can a vampire and a werewolf have a baby Sims 3?

It has been reported that when two supernatural creatures in Supernatural, such as a werewolf and a vampire, have a child, the child will be born as either a vampire or a werewolf rather than as a hybrid. Hybrids may be easily created using NRaas Master Controller.

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