The Sims Medieval Legendary Traits Guide
List of All Legendary Traits and The Benefits for Sims
This Guide to Legendary Traits will list all of them, and tell you what they do for your Sim Heroes. Completing a Quest that offers a Legendary Trait will allow you to select from three random LTs out of a pool of ten. You can save your game near the end of a Quest that offers one, then reload to get another selection if you want a different one. Simply go to the main menu without saving and go back to the end of the Quest.
Here's a list of Quests that give a Legendary Trait, with a little more information:
- Fountain of Legend - Complete this Quest with any Hero and they'll get the Legendary Trait, so long as they can answer a riddle correctly.
- Invasion - Knights, Merchants, Spies and Wizards can complete this, with some secondary requirements.
- Dragon of (Kingdom) - Any of the various Primary Heroes you can take on this Quest can get a LT.
- The Fisherman's Challenge - Any Sim with Whale ate my Parents trait is eligible.
- The Philosopher's Stone - A Wizard can score a Legendary Trait here.
- Seven Mechanical Arts - This Quest will net the Blacksmith a Legendary Trait.
- Tournament of Honor - Comment on its page and let us know just how you score this LT!
Any Sim your meets for the first time will instantly become their friend. They'll also be much better at pulling off social interactions, which will make a bigger impact on relationship. Sim relationship decay will reduce dramatically, making Sim friendships require less maintenance. Lastly, they'll always be able to brew drinks free of charge.
This Legendary Trait is a little weird. The primary bonus is a reduction in build costs, at 40%. That's a hefty price discount, but you won't be buying too many objects with a single Sim. Additionally, they'll be able to wear any clothes, which can be accomplished with one of the Testing Cheats.
Herculean Sims always have great bodies, and can't gain weight. Their brute strength will ensure they'll alsmost always win fights. It's an incredible boost for a Knight, Monarch, or Spy. These Sims also get some extra social interactions, which are sure to impress other Sims.
Industrious will give Sims a hefty percentage increase to their daily earnings. This would work incredibly well for a Monarch. Industrious Sims can also give money to other Sims, so they can spread the wealth!
Natural Leaders give all other Heroes in the game with them an Emboldened buff, which is permanent so long as the Heroes are active. Its constant +10 to mood will help a lot with quest progress and Sim Heroes' success rates at focus-driven activities. They can also cheer up other Sims, which can bring them out of negative focus.
Sims get a ton of extra time for completing their Daily Responsibilities. This isn't a very great perk, but it will give them more flexibility in their schedule. They'll also get some extra, powerful socials for making Friends but other Legendary Traits accomplish that more directly.
This Legendary Trait does one thing but it does it well. Satiated will reduce the rate at which the Hunger meter degrades. You won't need to eat nearly as often. This isn't all it's cracked up to be, as you'll still want Food buffs, and they'll wear off soon anyway. This would work well with someone who had a steady supply of Whale meat.
The irresistible lovers of the Medieval era, Seductive Sims can win over any other Sim with ease. This may have limited use -- Married and high-relation Sims don't fail at romantic interactions very often at all.
Sims with this LT will almost never get sick. They can drink all the want, and eat rotten food thanks to their iron stomachs. This is good for fighters as well, as it will reduce the stamina drain from fighting, giving them much more staying power.
Wise Sims will gain experience much more quickly. This will also increase their odds at winning in cards and at the war table. They'll get a social interaction, Impart Wisdom, which gives Sims a 'Following Good Advice' +15 focus buff for 6 hours.