How to remove all traits in Starfield

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    Traits are super important for determining who your character is in Starfield and providing you with unique boosts and weaknesses. They also can determine different events that can happen in the game, such as getting chased down by bounty hunters or having the Adoring Fan follow you everywhere. These traits don’t have to be permanent, however, and removing them is always an option if you aren’t feeling it any longer, especially the ones that are more geared for starter backgrounds and traits. Here’s a look at how to remove each one!

    How to remove character traits in Starfield

    Certain traits are better at the start of the game but get less effective as you play, so you may want to think about getting rid of them. Removing a trait can be different and require certain tasks to be completed for each one, some slightly more similar than others, like getting surgery done or talking to a religious leader. However, keep in mind that in most cases, you cannot replace the traits with other ones after you do. We have a list of each one and what you need to do to get out of it:

    Trait How to Remove It
    Alien DNA Pay 10,000 Credits at a medical facility, i.e. Reliant Medical
    Dream Home Sell the house at the Galbank Office in New Atlantis
    Empath Pay 10,000 Credits at a medical facility, i.e. Reliant Medical
    Extrovert Talk to Andy Singh in The Well’s House of the Enlightened in New Atlantis
    Freestar Collective Settler Talk to Mayor Elias Cartwright in Akila City
    Hero Worshipped Get rid of the Adoring Fan, either by telling him to leave or by other means
    Introvert Talk to Andy Singh in The Well’s House of the Enlightened in New Atlantis
    Kid Stuff Talk to your parents about no longer paying them monthly, and they will move away
    Neon Street Rat Talk to Madame Sauvage in Madame Sauvage’s Place in Ebbside, Neon
    Raised Enlightened Talk to Andy Singh in The Well’s House of the Enlightened in New Atlantis
    Raised Universal Talk to Keeper Aquilis in the Sanctum Universum in New Atlantis
    Serpent’s Embrace Talk to Mir’za at the UC Security Office in New Atlantis
    Spaced Pay 10,000 Credits at a medical facility, i.e. Reliant Medical
    Taskmaster Talk to Andy Singh in The Well’s House of the Enlightened in New Atlantis
    Terra Firma Pay 10,000 Credits at a medical facility, i.e. Reliant Medical
    United Colonies Native Talk to Administrator Rookes at the MAST District Colonial Health and Human Resources Office in New Atlantis
    Wanted Pay 3,000 Credits to a Bounty Hunter to remove your bounty in The Well, New Atlantis

    Related: All Starfield Religions, Traits & Which One To Join

    How to remove and replace traits with console commands in Starfield

    If you’re in a particular rush to get rid of a specific trait, there is another way you can get rid of them more quickly, but it will require access to the PC console commands. Xbox players will unfortunately not have access to this menu unless they load their game on a PC.

    To remove a trait using the console command cheats, open the console command menu with the ‘~‘ key on your keyboard and then type the following: player.removeperk [perk ID]

    To replace a trait using the console command cheats, open the console menu with the ‘~‘ key and then type the following: player.addperk [perk ID]

    Related: How to exit command console in Starfield

    Here’s a look at all the trait perk IDs:

    • Alien DNA: 227FDA
    • Dream Home: 227FDF
    • Empath: 227FD6
    • Extrovert: 227FD7
    • Freestar Collective Settler: 227FD5
    • Hero Worshipped: 227FD9
    • Introvert: 227FD8
    • Kid Stuff: 227FDE
    • Neon Street Rat: 227FD3
    • Raised Enlightened: 227FD2
    • Raised Universal: 227FD1
    • Serpent’s Embrace: 227FD0
    • Spaced: 227FE2
    • Taskmaster: 227FE0
    • Terra Firma: 227FE1
    • United Colonies Native: 227FD4
    • Wanted: 227FDD

    No matter what trait you choose at the start of the game, you’ll always be able to get rid of it later if you no longer feel it’s necessary or just aren’t feeling it anymore. If you have access to the console commands, you’ll even be able to replace it with a different one. All of them have unique buffs and negatives, so it doesn’t hurt to try each of them out and see what you like best.

    Looking for more MyFullGames Starfield content? Check out our guides on Best Mods in Starfield or Why Inventory Management in Starfield Sucks (& How To Make It Better)!

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