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Starfield – Best Traits Guide

You can choose up to three Starfield traits during character creation. While these aren’t mandatoryat all–you can select as few as none, some of them are well worth considering. The options here can unlock new interactions, as well as certain quirks to add more fluff and flavor to your playthrough. Our guide discusses the top picks for the campaign and beyond.

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  • The best traits to pick in Starfield
    • Empath
    • Extrovert
    • Hero Worshipped
    • Faction Allegiance Traits: Freestar Collective Settler, Neon Street Rat, or United Colonies Native
    • Religion Traits: Raised Enlightened, Raised Universal, or Serpent’s Embrace

The best traits to pick in Starfield

We feel that the best Starfield traits are Empath, Extrovert, and Hero Worshipped. Alternatively, you can choose a trait that pertains to a particular faction. Bear in mind that traits, for the most part, are set in stone. You don’t need to level them up, as their bonuses and functions always apply. Outside of certain instances, you also won’t be able to remove them.

Empath

Effect: Performing actions that your companion likes will increase combat effectiveness; performing actions they don’t like will have the opposite effect.

Unless you prefer a solitary adventure, you’re very likely to partner up with various companions in the game, which makes Empath one of the best traits in Starfield. Given that companions tend to approve of friendly and good-natured actions, it’s also fairly easy to gain a boost in combat. And, if ever you do something that they dislike, you can always load a backup save.

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Extrovert

Effect: Exerting yourself uses less oxygen when adventuring with human companions, but more when adventuring alone; cannot be combined with Introvert.

Extrovert ensures that you won’t use up as much oxygen when running around, as long as another human companion is with you. Like Empath, this is only useful if you’re bringing a buddy along on your space-faring, but that’s most players anyway. If you also have Empath, then you’ll gain the effects from two companion-focused traits.

Extrovert and Empath give you boosts when you have a companion with you.
Extrovert and Empath give you boosts when you have a companion with you.

Hero Worshipped

Effect: You’ve earned the attention of the Adoring Fan, who will jabber at you incessantly. He can also join your ship’s crew and give you gifts.

The Adoring Fan returns as an Easter egg from The Elder Scrolls: Oblivion, and he’s certainly more annoying than ever. He’ll show up early in the campaign (i.e. once you reach New Atlantis). While he won’t offer the same level of interactivity as Constellation companions like Sarah or Andreja, you can still assign him to man an outpost. And, of course, you could always reject his offer to join your group.

The Adoring Fan might be annoying, but he's still an extra crew member or companion.
The Adoring Fan might be annoying, but he’s still an extra crew member or companion.

Faction Allegiance Traits: Freestar Collective Settler, Neon Street Rat, or United Colonies Native

These three traits give you additional dialogue options and better rewards from quests that you do for the Freestar Collective, Ryujin Industries, and United Colonies, respectively. However, committing crimes in the territories held by those factions will net you a higher bounty.

While you’re not required to pick any of these traits, they still add a bit of role-playing flavor to your run. Just remember that you can only pick one of these faction allegiance traits.

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Your faction allegiance trait provides additional dialogue options when you talk to some NPCs or ship captains that belong to that faction.
Your faction allegiance trait provides additional dialogue options when you talk to some NPCs or ship captains that belong to that faction.

Religion Traits: Raised Enlightened, Raised Universal, or Serpent’s Embrace

These choices offer new dialogue options when you talk to certain NPCs that belong to the following religions: House of the Enlightened, Sanctum Universum, and the Great Serpent/Va’ruun. Similar to faction allegiance traits, these are all mutually exclusive with each other. Here are some other tidbits to consider:

  • Raised Enlightened and Raised Universal, the game’s stand-ins for atheists and agnostics, respectively, spawn a special chest in their houses of worship found in New Atlantis, an early area you’ll visit.
  • Serpent’s Embrace, meanwhile, increases your health and oxygen after a grav jump. But these stats are also lowered if you don’t jump to various star systems regularly.
  • As of the time of this writing, we’re unable to find a lengthy quest arc that’s related to the religious factions. Moreover, the Va’ruun worshipers of the Great Serpent are considered a hostile force.
  • Lastly, you may see a specific reply that allows you to reject your religious beliefs, thereby removing the trait completely.
The same can be said for religious traits once you talk to followers of each sect.
The same can be said for religious traits once you talk to followers of each sect.

These are our suggestions on the best traits in Starfield. Don’t forget to take a look at our best backgrounds guide and best skills guide. Later, once you’ve completed the campaign, you might want to know what New Game Plus mode entails for your selected traits and facets.

Starfield is a massive game with numerous planets to explore. For other tips and tactics, you can visit our guides hub.

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