If you have ever watched, read, or played practically any Werewolf media, then you know that they typically adhere to a pack structure. This involves doing things such as running around with your pack, interacting with your pack mates, and other Werewolf-related activities. Naturally, you will also want your Werewolf to become even more powerful. As they level up, they will unlock more powerful Werewolf abilities. But how does this process work, and what do you need to do to raise their Werewolf levels? Well, in this guide, we are going to explain how to Level Up Werewolf in The Sims 4.
How to Level Up Werewolf in Sims 4 Werewolves
The first step is to, of course, become a Werewolf. After that, you are going to be exposed to the Werewolf way of life. Soon, you will figure out that there are five Werewolf levels that you can attain in the game. You start off at the lowest rank – Pup, followed by Runt, Prime, Veteran, and the highest Werewolf Rank – Apex. There are 31 Werewolf abilities in the game, and each level you gain will award you with five new powers. These range from Wolf Nap all the way to Superspeed.
In order to level up, you will need to engage in Werewolf activities. Interact with other Werewolves and do communal activities such as playing tug-of-war, howling at the moon, go hunting with the pack, spar against one another, and so on. You can also ask one of the more experienced Werewolves to mentor you. In turn, when you are experienced enough, you can mentor a fledgling Werewolf and take them under your wing (or claw). It also helps to understand Werewolf Temperaments so that you know what they like and dislike. When you are sufficiently leveled up and confident that you have mastered all of your Werewolf abilities, that’s when you can make your move to become the Werewolf Alpha Pack Leader.