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Which type of Stuff Pack would you like to see in The Sims 4?

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  • GordyGordy Posts: 2,086 Member
    A fantasy pack
    A Dragon accessory pack for the dragons that they should patch into the basegame. It includes clothes for your dragon, toys for them to play with, four new beds, and a pet show mechanic for your dragons.
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  • talongirl6talongirl6 Posts: 108 Member
    edited November 16
    A fantasy pack
    I think a fantasy pack could work really well! It could add in more magic objects, and maybe some more creatures too. It would be cool to see unicorns return to the game. It could also add the option to bring in more occult Sims.
  • jcp011c2jcp011c2 Posts: 10,721 Member
    A decade pack (and which?)
    Decades pack for me. Either 80's or 90's since that's when I grew up mostly. Probably 80's since the 90's seems less iconic besides the grunge and flannel movement.
    It's kind of sad that I have to point out that anything I say is only just my opinion and may be a different one from someone else.
  • ancaaaaaaaaancaaaaaaaa Posts: 24 Member
    A fantasy pack
    A fantasy pack with werewolves like in the sims 2, and fairies too
  • GrumpyGlowfishGrumpyGlowfish Posts: 1,714 Member
    A fantasy pack
    Honestly, at this point I'd be fine with anything that isn't a kit, just to see for myself that they're still working on other stuff as well. Doesn't seem like it sometimes.

    Anyway, I picked Fantasy because, well, I always pick Fantasy. And Paranormal has shown us (despite the broken ghost hunting career) that supernatural elements can work in Stuff Packs, too.
  • Jokr1929Jokr1929 Posts: 44 Member
    Honestly, at this point I'd be fine with anything that isn't a kit, just to see for myself that they're still working on other stuff as well. Doesn't seem like it sometimes.

    Anyway, I picked Fantasy because, well, I always pick Fantasy. And Paranormal has shown us (despite the broken ghost hunting career) that supernatural elements can work in Stuff Packs, too.

    Hahah that's a good point, I'm also up for anything but kits :# It would be really cool to have more of the elaborate stuff packs like Paranormal!
  • KimmerKimmer Posts: 1,685 Member
    edited November 24
    Men's casual style stuff pack. A pack with normal everyday clothes and accessories for men. New hair & beard styles, shirts, regular length non ripped jeans, khakis & chinos, loafers, jackets with scarves, shorts, also more eyeglasses etc.

    But do they even make stuff packs anymore...
  • mustenimusteni Posts: 4,774 Member
    A pack for making your sim more unique (could be specific clothing or items to show personality)
    I want something along the lines of alternative, goth, punk, rock, metal. We're missing all of those. However a stuff packs usually focus on one or two gameplay objects and the style is built around that, so I'm trying to think of an item... how about drums? I think drums should be a part of a bigger music pack though... sorry I can't think of anthing else.

    Fantasy pack and decade pack sound cool too.
  • GracieO312GracieO312 Posts: 1,013 Member
    A decade pack (and which?)
    80s please!

    I was going to vote fantasy but the occults deserve more than a stuff pack - I would want a whole EP/GP dedicated to them and them alone.
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  • temporalgodtemporalgod Posts: 621 Member
    edited November 25
    A decade pack (and which?)
    While Fantasy Pack is right up my alley, still want one BTW, however I wouldn't mind a prehistoric pack, I think it would be interesting to see sims not rely on technology or play with their phones for once, instead they have to flintstone their way through life.
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