Bullies: No, i don’t think it’ll be a popular idea
Crushes: Definitely, kids have crushes too
Interactive schools: i’m not sure since the developers said that a lot of Rabbit holes are included, if it would be implemented, then i would want it to be optional
Squads: no eww, maybe friend groups sound better
School grades: Yes, and consequences to slacking off
I would not want bullying in the game.
Best friends/enemies are good.
I’d rather school not be open but interactive (having some choices of what they do while in school) would be nice (not sure if that’s what you meant)
Chores for kids – of course! washing dishes, making the beds, setting the table, taking out the garbage, etc.
Crushes – absolutely. Whether on a celebrity on “real” para.
School grade consequences I love.
List of chores? I hope we’ll have chores for kids of all ages to do. Crushes or celebrity crushes? I won’t mind crushes for older kids/younger teens, but I won’t be distraught if they save the romance for later in life. Best friends or enemies? I hope kids will be able to have best friends starting early in life. Maybe “enemies” for older kids, thought I think that’s a really strong word for a child. Maybe ‘rivals’ would be more fitting. Bullies? I don’t think I’d want bulling without knowing how it would be done. I can deal with mild pranks, but I don’t want kids in the game harassing each other. Squads? Like cheer leading squads? That would be cool for a hobby. I hope we can get that at some point. Interactive schools? Grades? Sadly, Alex has said that we won’t have interactive schools, at least not at launch. Maybe it could come later, but I doubt it. But I can’t see why we wouldn’t have grades.
No to bullying, don’t know what you mean by squads, yes to chores and grades, best friends I would have thought of as a given, though crushes… I don’t think children should be experiencing romance just yet. If it was just an infatuation that affected how they interacted with their crush, maybe, but definitely no kissing or even handholding until teens. I just feel that it’s not appropriate to depict child romance in a game.
[quote quote=8731]No to bullying, don’t know what you mean by squads, yes to chores and grades, best friends I would have thought of as a given, though crushes… I don’t think children should be experiencing romance just yet. If it was just an infatuation that affected how they interacted with their crush, maybe, but definitely no kissing or even handholding until teens. I just feel that it’s not appropriate to depict child romance in a game.
As others were mentioning it’d depend on the ages of the kids like younger 5-8 or 9-11 because each age group would have different interest and act differently.
If we’re talking the younger ages 5-8
Chores: I wouldn’t mind but not be forced. Crushes: No. I feel it’s too young for them to be having romance.
I’d say maybe they could pick up some beginning hobbies like drawing/painting, ballet, reading, building blocks (like legos),writing, a sport of some sort. Best friends: I agree with them having best friends and rivalry between friends or ex-friends. Interactive schools: I’d prefer it to be a rabbit hole at this level of elementary.
Kids 9-11 Chores: Yes Crushes: I’d say yes. Because every child is different some may or may not have crushes at that age but it’d be cute to see! Bullies: I don’t mind the bullying if it’s something like taunting (like how bros and sis do to each other) or pranks that’s fine, but not to the point where it could cause the child extreme sadness or depression. I’d like to think it’d be a good opportunity for paras to stand up to the bullies and gain a confidence/become stronger trait within themselves, then the kids would back off. Interactive schools: For older kids yes.
I’m not sure what you meant by squads though? But great ideas! 🙂
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