Square_ Posted March 11, 2017 Share Posted March 11, 2017 The bad stuff. Red: EXTREME-ish to work with, Orange: Hard to work with, Green: Meh to work with. (Pure opinion) Picky Eaters: Picky Eater is a bad trait you can get on a dupe. If this dupe eats something gross, such as a meal worm, it will be sick/or not eat it. This could starve the dupe, making it a pain to feed them. If people use this trait in a certain way, they could make it so the dupe is eating gross things 24/7 and making them sick, so they can get their contaminated water (sick) to produce clean water. Gross things might include: Meal worms, Old meal worms (or out-of-date/dead), Mush Bars if eaten too much, anything out-of-date/dead. Germophobia: This is another bad trait you can get on a dupe. If a dupe has been uncleansed/has dirty hands for 15+ days, the dupe will not eat AT ALL, making this dupe a pain in the a**. People will have to search for bleach stone RIGHT AWAY. Just like Picky Eaters, if a germaphobia eats anything dead/out-of-date it will not eat it. OCD Prone: OCD Prone is, well, OCD Prone. Basically, if anything is not even enough, this dupe will get stressed alot. Thats it, really for OCD... Lazy: If you have a dupe with this trait, the dupe is slower to do a job and may slack off (such as walking off and turning idle, even when there is a job active) and you will need to move the dupe with the "move here" to actually do the job. Sometimes, the dupe may sleep while slacking off, making it even more of a pain because they get stressed if you interrupt their sleep. Also, if he is the person controlling the power (running), he has a higher chance to slack off. Terrible, right? The Good Stuff Red: Thats pretty cool, Orange: Thats useful, Green: Amazing. Strong Bladder: A strong bladder makes a dupe less neeeding to go to the toilet (duh.) I cant think of any more good traits... FIN Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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