It would be nice to be able to set up schedules for your people. It could be as simple as “practice guitar for two hours sometime between 3:00pm & 7:00pm” or “complete homework by 9:00pm” This would help with managing larger families where you want each member to keep on task and make progress on their goals without having to switch back and forth between them, especially in an open world game where your person might be far away from the rest of your family on a date or something and you just want to focus on that one person.
That would be very nice. It was be cool if setting up a schedule caused Parafolk to do things automatically.
Not necessary, but a nice bonus would be if a Para has a personality where they are a little lazy or unorganized and they’ll sometimes forget to do things on their schedule.
That’s also a neat idea. Maybe the things you schedule could work like needs where their need to do that activity will go up, but other competing needs, personality traits, and mood could affect how high that need gets and if it doesn’t get high enough they fall behind on their tasks. In that case you would need to modify their schedule to fit their personality and lifestyle or work on improving their traits that negatively affect their progress.
That would be interesting! You could be able to do that through a purchased item, maybe? Like a planner, or calendar. And when you select it, you could have a “Set Schedule” option.
I wasn’t too keen on the purchasing of a planner at first, but maybe there could be a basic planner feature that you already have that is very limited, but you can purchase a few others that give you more options. I kinda think that there could be a button on the UI that opens the planner interface in addition to clicking on it in game so that you don’t have to look for it.
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