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Written by CriCri Sunday, 31 July 2011 00:00
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The text of this page is our interpretation of the game's database. The Sims 3 Pets is still under development and this information must be considered as unofficial where not otherwise indicated. The features listed may be not included in the final game and should not be considered as the complete list of the game's interactions.

In order to make things clearer and avoid misunderstandings as much as possible, we have highlighed each piece of information as follows:
moodlet_impressedofficial and confirmed info
moodlet_stirCrazyinfo partially taken from producers' tweets
moodlet_disappointeddoubtful and unclear info

Unicorns (new creatures?)

moodlet_disappointedAs widely anticipated, in the game code there are many strings about unicorns, so we guess they'll be the special creatures of The Sims 3 Pets. We don't know if and how Sims can interact with them, but it looks like that your family will be able to adopt one.

Being a mithological creature, the unicorn can cure cursed, sick, bitten and aching Sims, as well as cursing a Sim, starting a fire and teleporting. You should also be able to release your unicorn.
"It's pretty handy having a Unicorn around! They can cure certain ailments from bites, getting kicked, curses or even nausea, all with a swish of a tail! Just make sure your Unicorn is rested since it takes a considerable amount of energy to perform these miracles! Your Sim wants to Be cured by a Unicorn."

moodlet_disappointedDue to the position in the code, it *may* be available as a Lifetime reward (like SimBots for example).

moodlet_impressedAfter the discovery of unicorns in the code, many others have been spotted in the game. Some players noticed them in the boards Sims hold when protesting at the City Hall, some others found them in the new painting introduced with Generations. 

Plastic Surgery?

moodlet_disappointedThe database also shows some information about an alleged plastic surgery feature:
  • Get Plastic Surgery...
  • Cheap Body Modification
  • Expensive Body Modification 
  • Corrective Body Surgery 
  • Corrective Face Surgery 
  • Cheap Facial Beautification 
  • Expensive Face Surgery 

New career at the Equestrian Center?

moodlet_disappointedUsually, expansions bring in new careers, but we don't know if The Sims 3 Pets will do too. In the code there are several strings referring to a jockey/horseman career.
  • Trail Dust Taster 
  • Equestrian Master 
  • Apprentice Saddle Polisher
  • Barn Sanitation Technician
  • Mane Quality Supervisor
  • Warm-Up Jockey 
  • Consistently Upright Rider 
  • Pony Partner
  • Blazer of Trails 
  • Horse Psychic 

Being a Professional Horse{MA.man}{FA.woman} requires a love of all things Horse. Push yourself and your mount to your limits, and you'll soon be a celebrated rider and trainer. But don't think it's all braided manes and fancy saddles -- you'll encounter your fair share of horse fertilizer along the way.

  1. You may still be trying to figure out which end of a horse to talk to, but after a few competitions you'll be leaping over any hurdle in your path.
  2. Your rapport with horses is unrivaled, your riding technique is flawless, and your knowledge of horses knows no bounds. Your riding exploits will go down in history!
  3. You've gotten a taste of the equestrian life, and you don't mind the flavor. Keep pushing  yourself and your horse onto bigger challenges.
  4. Horses are like big dogs...that you can ride...and that don't chase cats. Actually, horses aren't like dogs at all. And knowing that is half the battle.
  5. Taking care of a horse requires skill, knowledge, and a poor sense of smell. Hang in there and keep training!
  6. Few Sims understand horses like you do. Either you've got the brain of a horse, or horses have the brain of you! Stick to your training and keep winning cash.
  7. Staying in the saddle isn't hard, as long as you remember that it's attached to a big, fast, strong animal that's afraid of its own shadow. Keep training and competing to succeed!
  8. When horse and rider act as one, they can accomplish anything. When they don't act as one, they're pretty hilarious to watch. Enter more advanced competitions to earn bigger rewards.
  9. By now, you've got enough know-how to teach even an old horse a few new tricks. Why not branch out and do a little horse training and dealing to boost your income?
  10. Even after this much experience with horses, they can still surprise you. Can you ever learn all there is to know about these amazing animals? And can you ever get these stains out of your clothes?
  11. You've decided to risk your life and livelihood in the pursuit of equine excellence! There are long hours of training, grooming, feeding, watering, and stall-cleaning in your future, but it'll all be worth it when your trusty mount executes a perfect leap, out-gallops the competition, and shows you how much a Sim and a Horse can truly trust each other.


Last Updated on Thursday, 04 August 2011 23:38