Other Sims don't respect your vows, so you may get a lot of calls asking your Sims on a date even if they're married.There is no way to turn it off (unlike opportunities), so it might get a little annoying if your Sims have particularly active social lives.This is a new feature beginning with The Sims 3 Seasons and is free for all adult Sims.Simply go to a computer, then interact with it and choose "Online Dating...," then "Create Profile." The default screen shows the Sim's actual picture, traits, favorites, and body type, which is how other Sims will find them. Becki doesn't know love but she does feel shame, so she decides to change her profile a little bit...All Sims among these families have the Egyptian Culture hidden trait.NPCs generated in Al Simhara do not have this trait, instead they have the hidden trait connected to their job (e.g.She can edit or remove her profile entirely if she changes her mind, and she can check her messages for any potential mates every day or so.
Also, all Romantic-type social interactions between the two have a slightly higher chance of succeeeding, and the relationship score between the two will climb slightly faster.you know, just a harmless revisionist history for her body and mind.The picture is fixed, but the traits can be altered if you so desire.Pizza Appreciator for Pizza Delivery), and other Sims such as Explorers have no hidden traits at all.A new feature of The Sims 3 is attraction, which is available with the latest patch regardless of whether you have Seasons installed.Hunter looks like a winner (or at least the least drugged-out), so she clicks his picture.This brings up Hunter's profile, including his traits and favorites.As you can see in the screen shot here, a townie is attracted to Pete simply because she caught him studying a new skill.Attraction can occur for any number of reasons, though you'll likely see it most often when Sims learn new skills.Al Simhara is an ancient land built against a river, full of magic and mystery. It is found in Egypt and features activities and items drawn from Egyptian culture.The name is a reference to the Sahara Desert of Egypt.