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Traits

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Aggressive
Aggressive pets aren't inherently mean, they usually just have a bad attitude when interacting with other pets. A bad attitude that usually leads to fights that is....
Options
- 50% less chance to randomly get startled.
- More likely to get into fights with other pets.
- 15% more chance to win a fight.
- Needs 15% more relationship to become BFF with Sim.


Agile
Agile horses are nimble, strong and love to jump. They make awesome Show Jumping competitors but get bored if they don't stay active.
Options
- Learns Jumping skill 25% faster.
- Gets a slight score bonus on Jumping and Cross-Country competitions.
- Exercise motive drops 25% faster.
- Gets fatigued 25% slower.
- 30% less chance to fail jumping on things.


Brave
Horses are particularly brave and courageous are thus better cope with the chaos of sprinkler systems, fire stations, burglar alarms and other disruptive items.
Options
- Horse will be less likely to be Startled.
- Spooked! and Panicked! moodlets have 50% shorter durations.
- Gets along better with Brave Sims.


Calm
Quiet pets do not make much noise.
Options
- 30% less chance, they wil make a noise when a Sim talks to it.


Clueless
Unsuspecting animals frequently forget what they have just made, and are easily distracted. They are not very quick to develop skills and characteristics come, but ideally with absent-minded Sims.
Options
- Has 50% more chance to fail jumping on things.
- Sometimes forget what they are about to do.
- Gets along well with Absent-Minded and Easily Impressed Sims as well as other Clueless Pets.


Fast
Fast horses are the speed demons of the animal kingdom. They love to gallop and have a natural talent for racing, but they need plenty of exercise to stay satisfied.
Options
- Learns the Racing skill 25% faster.
- Gets a slight score bonus on Racing and Cross-Country competitions.
- Exercise motive drops 25% faster.
- Gets fatigued 25% slower.
- Likes to gallop around more than other horses.


Friendly
Pets with a friendly disposition it easier to cope not only with other pets, but also usually have a better relationship with their Sims.
Options
- Gets along better with Friendly or Good Sims or other Friendly pets.
- Increases their relationships with other Pets faster.
- 10% less chance to win a fight.
- Tries to hang out closer to Sims with whom they have a positive relationship.
- Requires 10% less relationship to become BFF with Sim.


Genius
Genius pets always thinking on their paws (or hooves). They learn skills and new traits quickly and get along well with other Genius pets and Sims.
Options
- Learns skills 25% faster.
- Gains a larger boost when being praised or scolded.
- Gets along better with Mean and Evil Sims as well as other Genius pets.


Hates Jumping
Some horses prefer to keep their hooves on the ground. When a horse hates jumping, it will refuse to jump more often and do worse at Show Jumping and Cross-Country competitions. It may even take its anger out on your shiny new jump training obstacles!
Options
- Learn the Jumping skill 50% slower.
- Gets a slight score penalty on Jumping and Cross-Country competitions.
- Exercise drops 25% slower.
- Gets fatigued 50% faster.


Lazy
Lazy pets just love to lie down or stay in one place as they get tired easily.
Options
- Racing skill goes up 50% slower.
- Gets a slight score penalty on Jumping and Cross-Country competitions.
- Gets fatigued 50% faster.
- Energy drops 25% faster.
- Waits a lot longer to respond when a Sim calls them.
- Likes to nap in their boxstall.
- Does not like to play with horse ball.
- Does not like to gallop around.
- Has 50% more chance to fail jumping on things.


Neat
Neat Pets are naturally clean and love to be bathed.
Options
- Will rarely do things that would make them dirty.


Nervous
Nervous horses see danger everywhere and can be startled by the most insignificant things. They tend to get along well with Neurotic Sims, who have the same problem.
Options
- More likely to be Startled.
- Will sometimes forget what they are about to do.
- Loses more Mood from Spooked! and Panicked! moodlets.
- Gets along better with Neurotic Sims.


Noisy
Noisy Pets are very vocal and provide a special accompaniment when Sims are playing instruments.
Options
- Will make more noise during playing.
- 35% more chance, they wil make a noise when a Sim talks to it.


Obedient
Obedient horses are more willing to do what a Sim wants than other horses. They'll usually go along with a Sim's wishes, even if they don't know that Sim very well.
Options
- Less likely to kick Sims or throw them off their backs.
- More likely to accept socials.
- Gets along better with Friendly and Good Sims.


Ornery
Ornery horses are stubborn and don't deal well with Sims. They don't like to be approached by Sims they don't know - or even Sims they do know, for that matter.
Options
- More likely to kick Sims or throw them off their backs.
- More likely to reject socials.
- Will often react aggressively when communicating.
- Gets along better with Mean and Evil Sims as well as other Ornary horses.


Piggy
Piggy Pets are voracious eaters who don't mind munching garbage or drinking from the toilet.
Options
- Hunger will drop 25% faster.
- They do not mind being dirty.
- Will often choose to do things that will make them dirty.
- Likes to eat newspapers.
- Grazes more than other horses.
- Will eat from harvestable plants.
- Will beg for food more than other pets.


Playful
Playful pets will always have fun and are quite unconcerned.
Options
- Likes to play more than other pets.
- Loses Fun 25% faster (when not playing).
- Gains Fun 25% faster when playing.
- Loses Exercise 25% faster.
- Likes to play with horse ball.


Shy
Pets with the Shy trait prefer and are the happiest when around their Sim. Being around other pets and Sims make them a bit nervous.
Options
- Twice as much chance to randomly get startled.
- Autonomously socializes 10% less often.
- Prefers to socialize with the Sim whom they have the highest relationship with.
- Fun and relationship rises faster when doing interactions with their favorite Sim.
- Builds skills 15% faster when doing skill interactions with their favorite Sim.
- Waits longer to respond when a Sim calls them.


Untrained
Untrained horses aren't accustomed to having saddles and Sims on their backs. They need to spend some time saddled and being ridden by a trusted Sim to accept any rider.
Options
- Requires more relationship to saddle or ride them.
- 30% more chance that horse will throw off rider.
- Receives a price penalty if you sell the horse.
- Cannot be borrowed by other Sims.