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Anonymous
March 13, 2005 9:29:25 PM

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Do Sims follow the typical rules of genetics (ie a brown-eyed gene will
be dominant over all others)? I ask because every baby I've had with
one brown-eyed parent and one other blue or green-eyed parent comes out
with brown eyes - or heck, just frankly every baby I've had ingame.

I'd love to see a baby with Don or Dina Goth's green eyes but it just
doesn't seem to happen (Don's kids with Cassie Goth and Dina's boy with
Mortimer have all inherited the Goth poo-brown eyes).

Skintone and hair seem to alternate between whatever the parents have,
but this eyecolour thing's got me stumped.

Then again, I've just had another Vulcan boy born to my round-eared
George and Joyce Pips...

~*~
vecki

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Anonymous
March 14, 2005 1:52:10 PM

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Basically the answer is yes, brown is dominant for eyes - also black hair
(or is it brown?). While green eyes and red hair is recessive. However, if
you use custom content, it tends to be dominant.

Best wishes
Maxon

"vecki" <vecsta02@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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>
> Do Sims follow the typical rules of genetics (ie a brown-eyed gene will
> be dominant over all others)? I ask because every baby I've had with
> one brown-eyed parent and one other blue or green-eyed parent comes out
> with brown eyes - or heck, just frankly every baby I've had ingame.
>
> I'd love to see a baby with Don or Dina Goth's green eyes but it just
> doesn't seem to happen (Don's kids with Cassie Goth and Dina's boy with
> Mortimer have all inherited the Goth poo-brown eyes).
>
> Skintone and hair seem to alternate between whatever the parents have,
> but this eyecolour thing's got me stumped.
>
> Then again, I've just had another Vulcan boy born to my round-eared
> George and Joyce Pips...
>
> ~*~
> vecki
>
March 15, 2005 6:02:44 AM

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"Maxon" <jen.magson@NOSPAMntlworld.com> wrote in message
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> Basically the answer is yes, brown is dominant for eyes - also black hair
> (or is it brown?). While green eyes and red hair is recessive. However,
> if
> you use custom content, it tends to be dominant.
>
> Best wishes
> Maxon

Yes, I have some custom, "Really Bright Green" eyes and they are definitely
dominant.
Sage
>
> "vecki" <vecsta02@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:1110767365.034231.24830@l41g2000cwc.googlegroups.com...
>>
>> Do Sims follow the typical rules of genetics (ie a brown-eyed gene will
>> be dominant over all others)? I ask because every baby I've had with
>> one brown-eyed parent and one other blue or green-eyed parent comes out
>> with brown eyes - or heck, just frankly every baby I've had ingame.
>>
>> I'd love to see a baby with Don or Dina Goth's green eyes but it just
>> doesn't seem to happen (Don's kids with Cassie Goth and Dina's boy with
>> Mortimer have all inherited the Goth poo-brown eyes).
>>
>> Skintone and hair seem to alternate between whatever the parents have,
>> but this eyecolour thing's got me stumped.
>>
>> Then again, I've just had another Vulcan boy born to my round-eared
>> George and Joyce Pips...
>>
>> ~*~
>> vecki
>>
>
>
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