View Full Version : Dilute the Beautiful Gene
5th Jun 2010, 06:44 PM
This challenge is the opposite of an Uglacy. The point is to get ugly Sims in as few generations as possible. Start with a pretty CAS Sim, either gender. Try to find ugly people to marry and get that pretty gene out! The goal is to have really ugly Sims in the fewest generations possible. Feel free to make up a point system if you want (a revised Uglacy point system might work). No lot/building rules, though every adult and teen must have a job so there is money coming in. No money cheats, BoolProp unless in a dire situation (i.e. Sliding up Hunger bar to middle when on verge of death). Children must get Honor Role no matter how ugly they are. Toddlers are required to grow up happy, and require at least 1 skill learned (i.e. Walking, talking, etc.)
5th Jun 2010, 11:58 PM
I LOVE the sound of this! At the moment I can't play the sims on my laptop because it overheats bit when my new laptop gets here I will be all over this challenge!
7th Jun 2010, 02:24 AM
Please tell me if the rules are not clear enough.
11th Aug 2010, 09:14 PM
Very good the rules are very clear and its such a good idea!
11th Aug 2010, 10:26 PM
Do you want to put some sort of restriction against Twinbrook? Because that town would make this really easy...
12th Aug 2010, 01:16 AM
Aha! Yes I know i mean the only cute one is this guy that is obssed with video games!!
J. M. Pescado
12th Aug 2010, 06:50 AM
This can be trivially performed in one generation if you're using any of the other EAxis sims in the neighborhood, since it only takes one ugly feature to ruin a face. Otherwise, unless Vanilla Pudding is horribly ugly to you, you can never achieve it, because the long-term genetic tendency of sims in a non-AwesomeMod-equipped game is Vanilla Pudding. If Vanilla Puddingface isn't ugly enough for you, then you can't win.
12th Aug 2010, 07:12 AM
I think they are looking to achieve something similar to the oogliness that the ugly version of this starts off with. Probably impossible with regression to the mean.
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