Outfit - Tutu

The Tutu, the outfit unlocked by these skills.

Agility is a category of skills that covers proficiency at artistic dances, reflex response and body flexibility. 

Studying it unlocks the Tutu outfit when you have 25 in each of the category's three skills. The Tutu adds 10 points to each Agility sub-skill when worn.

Weekend Activities Unlocked Edit

  • Attend Ball: Requires Dance >=50.
  • Sports: Requires Reflexes >=30.

Mood Variables Edit

Agility skills training is increased by the Afraid mood and penalized by the special Injured mood.




















Points Description
10 You practice curtseying, standing, and walking across the floor in a graceful manner.
20 You practice walking on the arm of a partner and following their cues to pause and turn while keeping your eyes closed.
30 You practice different partnered dance positions - closely held, at a distance, and non-contact - and the appropriate hand placement for each.
40 You begin practicing dance steps in time to music, quick and slow, turning and weaving.
50 You work through the standard repertoire of ballroom dancing, being sure you know the basic steps for any dance likely to be required of you in a social setting.
60 You practice the postures and extensions of solo ballet, learning to stretch and form an elegant line with your body.
70 You study the secret language of dance and how a story can be told through gestures and positions.
80 You design your own dance movements to cover the floor, first slowly then with greater speed.
90 You practice dramatic movements with a partner - dips, lifts, and tosses.
100 You practice high-speed spins and turns on pointe, whipping your leg around dramatically.


Points Description
10 Your teacher walks around you, prodding a finger at you slowly in order to train you in blocking those touches without triggering fear or faster breathing.
20 You practice with a jumprope to increase the speed of your footwork.
30 You practice solo tennis, hitting a ball against the wall repeatedly in order to train your hand and your eye to react.
40 You practice running at high speed back and forth over a small area, making quick turns and changes in direction.
50 You practice tennis against multiple opponents, learning to judge at a glance when a ball is too far away to reach in time.
60 You practice chasing a small dog through the castle gardens, leaping over uneven stones and dodging through branches.
70 You practice touch-blocking skills at full speed, deflecting hands before they can reach you.
80 You practice running through a field dodging balls that are thrown at you from all sides.
90 You sit quietly in the center of a room, watching out of the corners of your eyes to see people approaching you from a distance.
100 You practice catching balls that are thrown at you from different directions while you're not looking, so that you have to rely on hearing and instinct to sense the incoming missiles.


Points Description
10 You learn to relax and evaluate the tension in your body, then to practice the different types of motion available to each of your joints: twisting, shifting, and rotating.
20 You practice circling your arms and making kicking motions with your legs to stretch out your limbs.
30 You practice bouncing motions with your arms and legs to increase the muscular effect.
40 You kneel with your hands pressed to the floor, then stretch like a cat, rolling your back up and down.
50 You practice holding your body in stretched-out poses with the aid of your teacher to support your limbs.
60 You practice stretching into poses and holding them for short periods of time.
70 Your teacher holds your limbs in a slightly uncomfortable position for a few seconds, then encourages you to push carefully against the resistance she provides.
80 You work on achieving a full straddle split, your legs straight and wide.
90 You arch up into an elegant backbend, then kick over into a standing position.
100 You practice until you can pull your leg up behind your head.