Surely if you breed two people with the same trait, the chances of the child having said trait should increase dramatically, right? It works in Crusader Kings 2.
I was also super offended by this comment when I got it in game, thinking it a jab at my ears. I have since been spoiled about the Solas romance and now understand what he was on about. You are forgiven Kieran, but please learn to elaborate.
Also, Amare mentioned a while back that apparently I have subconsciously decided that it's supposed to take a certain amount of hours to make these comics, and now that I'm faster I'm upping the details instead. I scoffed. Today I caught myself thinking "wow, this went really fast, let's add a background in frame two." So yeah. Good going self.
Nurture still tends to overpower the nature portion of an upbringing. Although, seeing how his nature is that of a archdemon/god/human hybrid... Maybe certain quirks do surface.
@zenat: I'm confused by that comment, "look that way." I always chose the snarky comments, so I never got that response. Does it refer to the Dalish Tattoos?
The whole comic she's just like, "Yep, that's not going to happen." Lol, I love it!
Pokémon, Fire Emblem, Crusader Kings, any other games with eugenics?
@Deonis: Ah, but he is being raised by Morrigan, so...
@sleepy_pirate: It probably refers to the Dalish tattoos yes. Though at first I thought he was being an ass and talking shit about my ears.
@Norgrath: I dare say Sims qualifies.
@zenat: He's talking about the vallaslin. Plus, that isn't Kieran commenting on it, it's Urthemiel.
If the Warden sexs Morrigan, but doesn't perform the ritual, Kieran will be a normal non-creepy boy. He'll comment on how pretty he finds elves.