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|caption = Emotion indicator in ''The Sims 4'', showing a happy [[Mortimer Goth]].
 
|caption = Emotion indicator in ''The Sims 4'', showing a happy [[Mortimer Goth]].
 
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'''Emotions''' are a gameplay feature introduced in ''[[The Sims 4]]''<ref name="TS4 Gameplay trailer">[http://www.beyondsims.com/48416/the-sims-4-official-gameplay-trailer/ TS4 Gameplay trailer]</ref> which are a core part of a [[Sim]]'s [[Sim#Simology|simology]]. It is similar to [[mood]], but is more easily affected by in-game events and social interactions with other Sims. [[Moodlets]] influence the current emotion of a Sim. The current emotional state of a Sim is depicted in the lower left corner of the screen while playing. It is also noted that some objects in-game can affect the emotions of some Sims,<ref name="TS4 Gameplay trailer" /> though the Sim has to already be feeling a particular way in order for an object to affect them emotionally.<ref>[http://simsvip.com/2014/01/08/sims-4-colors-objects-clothing-emotions/ "The Sims 4: Colors, Objects, Clothing & Emotions - SimsVIP"<!-- Bot Generated Title -->]. Retrieved on 10 October 2014.</ref> Sims that are severely emotional can [[Death|die]] from their emotions.<ref>[https://twitter.com/SimGuruLyndsay/status/476086028936019968 "Lyndsay Pearson on Twitter: ".@jupik12 I don't want to give everything away, but there are multiple types of emotion deaths.""<!-- Bot Generated Title -->]. Retrieved on 10 October 2014.</ref>
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'''Emotions''' are gameplay features introduced in ''[[The Sims 4]]''<ref name="TS4 Gameplay trailer">[http://www.beyondsims.com/48416/the-sims-4-official-gameplay-trailer/ TS4 Gameplay trailer]</ref> which are a core part of a [[Sim]]'s [[Sim#Simology|simology]]. It is similar to [[mood]], but is more easily affected by in-game events and social interactions with other Sims. [[Moodlets]] influence the current emotion of a Sim. The current emotional state of a Sim is depicted in the lower left corner of the screen while playing. It is also noted that some objects in-game can affect the emotions of some Sims,<ref name="TS4 Gameplay trailer" /> though the Sim has to already be feeling a particular way in order for an object to affect them emotionally.<ref>[http://simsvip.com/2014/01/08/sims-4-colors-objects-clothing-emotions/ "The Sims 4: Colors, Objects, Clothing & Emotions - SimsVIP"<!-- Bot Generated Title -->]. Retrieved on 10 October 2014.</ref> Sims that are severely emotional can [[Death|die]] from their emotions.<ref>[https://twitter.com/SimGuruLyndsay/status/476086028936019968 "Lyndsay Pearson on Twitter: ".@jupik12 I don't want to give everything away, but there are multiple types of emotion deaths.""<!-- Bot Generated Title -->]. Retrieved on 10 October 2014.</ref>
   
 
There are several ranges of emotions. Sims may reach one stage of an emotion and then progress to a second, more extreme stage of the same emotion. For instance, a Sim that is ''embarrassed'' may become ''very embarrassed''. Sims that become extremely emotional may eventually suffer an [[Emotion#Emotional death|emotional death]].
 
There are several ranges of emotions. Sims may reach one stage of an emotion and then progress to a second, more extreme stage of the same emotion. For instance, a Sim that is ''embarrassed'' may become ''very embarrassed''. Sims that become extremely emotional may eventually suffer an [[Emotion#Emotional death|emotional death]].
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