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I, like many others, was absolutely ecstatic when The Sims 4: Werewolves pack trailer was dropped. Despite my misgivings about the initial design, the vibe of the pack overall was solid. And the Build & Buy items we get from the pack?
So to celebrate, here are some CC items to help pad out your TS4 werewolf experience a little more!
1. Quartz Eyes V2 Edited – Werewolf Addon by chippedcupanddustybooks
These eyes are so cute!
They’re round, they’re sparkly, and they glow in the dark.
That’s a great way to emphasize your werewolf’s duality.
Imagine a pair of piercing yellow (or blue, or red) eyes glaring at you from the darkness. But then turn on the lights and, bam! It’s just a wide-eyed lycanthrope giving you puppy eyes.
2. Werewolf Eyes by Nekotta Sims
Nekotta Sims’ Werewolf Eyes are a little sleeker and sharper than the default werewolf eyes from EA. Plus, they’re a little less anthropomorphic.
For werewolves that are more attuned to their bestial nature, these custom peepers are a solid choice!
3. Scoundrel by drosims
For werewolves who haven’t quite mastered their transformation yet – or were!Sims that are wolfy and proud – drosims has a pair of wearable fluffy ears.
This was released way before The Sims 4: Werewolves was even announced, so it’s fully BGC.
It shouldn’t affect your Sim’s wolf form either, so they can most definitely don an extra pair of ears when they’re not furious and furry.
4. Beastly: Werewolf Fangs by pyxis
Pretty self-explanatory, but good ol’ pyxis released some custom werewolf fangs way before werewolves were even a concept for EA.
They’re sharp, pointy, and fairly intimidating.
Like drosims’ Scoundrel ears, you can pop these teeth on to lycanthropes who aren’t afraid to let some of the wolf show in the human.
5. Werewolves [and Humans] Floof Tail by grimguide
Hey, even the Big Bad Wolf can have a floofy tail.
Doesn’t make them any less of a threat!
Grimguide’s attachable tail makes for a more lupine werewolf silhouette, which I’m sure we can all appreciate. No shade to nub tails, of course. They can be cute! But it’s just practical – and fun! – for everyone to have options.
Especially if one of the options is a fluffy, fully-paintable tail with 25 colors.
6. Alpha Wolf by Sewer Sims
While I’m not one for stereotypes, I am fully sold on this werewolf being the alpha.
The size, the barrel chest, the look of plain, animalistic fury—yeah; this is not a lycanthrope that you want to cross.
If you want this (scary) iteration for your shapeshifting Sim, by all means. It’s a body overlay, so it shouldn’t be too hard to integrate into CAS.
Don’t forget to download the CAS Unlocker as per the creator’s notes!
7. Iwa Hair by simomo-cc
A shaggy haircut was not the kind of custom werewolf CC I was expecting when I started snooping around the interwebs, but I’m not mad about it.
Quite the opposite; I think it’s 100% inspired.
What better way to help your werewolf stand out than with a trendy layered fringe cut? Plus it has 178 swatches. Yeah; that’s a lot of color options!
8. Werewolves | Accessories Made Basegame by Lustrousims
Shout out to Lustrousims; I love this concept.
Taking CAS items from other packs and making them BGC is a good way to give Simmers a taste of what they can expect before they decide to sink money into the EP, GP, etc.
If you want to see – and try! – the accessories that came with the Werewolves pack, this 10-item CC set is exactly what you need.
9. Werewolves Add-Ons by oakiyo
This has roughly the same concept as Lustrousims’ accessories pack, only it’s for clothing (plus two bonus hairstyles).
According the CC creator oakiyo, some of the CAS items from Werewolves were awesome! They just needed a few tweaks.
Three new tops, two new bottoms, and two cute ‘dos. All edited, reworked, and made fully BGC!
10. Werewolf Décor by Natalia-Auditore
You’ve heard of deco Sims.
But are you ready for deco werewolves?
These statues by Natalia-Auditore serve basically the same purpose as decorative Sims! They’re easy to obtain, easy to place down, and they can instantly liven up the background of any picture.
Think about it; how do you take cool “Wolf Pack!” shots—short of controlling seven extra werewolf Sims to get a full house?
Yeah; using decorative wolves in various stages of hunting, howling, and pouncing is much easier.
11. Wolf Tails & Wolf Feet by simomo-cc
Like grimguide’s Floof Tail for humans and werewolves, simomo-cc gives us Simmers alternatives to the default nub tail.
And if you scroll down a little further, you’ll see that they also have a custom replacement for werewolf feet (paws?).
Their custom tail has two versions – one droopy and relaxed, the other perked up – with 178 fur color options each (plus the default EA palette).
The feet should match your werewolf’s fur, but do expect some shade differences if you’ve got custom colors installed!
12. Werewolf Default Eyes 01 by Anonimux Simmer
I just want to say; the dark outline of these custom eyes really makes them pop! I was definitely intrigued.
The irises are fairly simple; not a lot of designs or light reflections. However, the texture – while subtle – makes them pretty nice to look at.
There are two sclera options: clear white (for a more anthropomorphic look) or pure black (for a more overgrown puppy vibe).
13. Werewolf Posepack by Natalia-Auditore
Human, wolf, or any form in-between, Natalia-Auditore’s custom Werewolf poses are excellent!
The expressions, the positions, and the quality overall creates an incredible tableau.
Bestial and just a wee bit frenzied, sure, but at least it’s not as grotesque as it could be!
14. Werewolf vs Human Poses by Natalia-Auditore
More awesome custom poses from Natalia-Auditore! Sorry, not sorry; their poses are incredible.
Storytelling Sims, we need this.
These five simple but dramatic poses gives us visuals that need no further narrative.
(Spoiler alert: the werewolf won.)
15. Werewolf Costume by Natalia-Auditore
If you’re not feeling the TS4 werewolf design (I know a lot of Simmers are still on the fence about it) try Natalia-Auditore’s full-body costume!
It’s based off of the werewolf design in The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim, so it’s a tad bit more animalistic than EA’s stuff.
The only drawback is that you can’t customize the individual details (eyes, markings, etc.) so use with caution!
16. Silver Bullet Earrings Set by yooniesim
The earrings don’t really look like bullets (unless you squint), but I love the fact that they’re silver! That’s such a subtle, smug nod to werewolf hunters everywhere.
Not sure whether silver affects TS4 werewolves but, in terms of general lore? This is such a clever concept.
17. Werewolves Baseball Cap by megukiru
I dunno why, but this baseball cap makes me soft.
I think it’s because of how the ears poke out at the top. So endearing!
(It doesn’t help that the wolf in the preview photos looks like an overgrown puppy. Insert all the teary emojis here.)
This comes in four solid colors and works for both Male and Female frames.
18. Wolf Layered Hoodie by SimmieV
I have no idea of werewolves can still feel cold – especially with all that fur they’ve got going on – but, hey. Sometimes you gotta prioritize fashion over function.
And this grunge-y layered hoodie suits the Werewolves pack aesthetic to a T.
19. The Halloween Collection – Mark of the Wolf by taraab
Maybe your Sim got into a fight with the alpha. And they did not come out of it unscathed! Ouch.
I don’t think antiseptic and novelty band-aids are gonna help this one but, hey; at least your lycanthropic Sim can look badass outside of their wolfy form.
20. October Set 2 by ars-botanica
The lone décor set in a sea of CAS packs!
Listen; I had to. The creator may have designed this set with witches and spellcasters in mind, but look at that abundance of lunar décor. Hanging moons with crystals and moon phase calendars? It’s deliciously occult-y — and still fits the theme!