- Nov 22, 2010
I was wondering, the way genes are described (recessive and dominant) are great, but seems to account only partially for mixed-race marriages. How will they - creole, mulatós etc... - be treated?
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There are giant, dwarf, hunchbacked, clubfoot and spindly traits that affect your physique aside from face.Will all physical traits (aside from the obvious ones like dwarfism and gigantism) of characters be decided by genetics, and not just facial ones? Like height, length of arms, etc?
Respectively:What disease do they all have, respecitvely?
I think the 4th one is the king of Scotland and the 5th is Svend Estridsen.The Fate of England lineup, from left to right, almost certainly has to be Harald Hardrada, Harald Godwinson, Duke William, Svend Estridsen, and... I don't know actually, Henry IV of the Holy Roman Empire?
Will the build still be a sort of sliding scale? Will most of the 'average' characters (that is to say without a unique trait specifically affecting their body shape) I see have diverse bodies to a degree? I'm basically wondering how different the torso can look without it being part of weight. Like the idea of someone being "barrel chested" as a part of their bone structure, etc.You can genetically inherit height or type of body build as well, but you can't genetically engineer yourself a family with naturally long arms if that's what you are asking for.
It could be that they spliced things up in the Barbershop. So it would be harder to differentiate them properly. You can dye hair colours there.Great diary, only 6 weeks to go.
Though I must admit that neither William or Harold look anything like they did in real life, see this picture