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Essentially, everything is decided at birth and not at conception:
- Child's sex is a simple 50/50% chance
- As for congenital traits, each have an inheritance chance built in, which ranges from +15% to +50%
- There is a small chance of genetic traits randomly showing up at childbirth despite neither parent possessing any trait
- The baby may get the trait and the mother may die while giving birth
- Whether or not a pregnancy results in , it is decided at conception; all of the twins' traits (including their genders) are decided at birth, as usual.
Characters whose parents have shared ancestors are at risk of being born with the trait, severely limiting their skills, fertility, and lifespan.
The risk is higher when the parents are more closely related (specifically, with more shared ancestors). As such, it is recommended to maintain a high degree of separation when marrying and avoid union between close relatives, unless there is a significant advantage.
The chance of the and traits depends on the number of unique ancestors the child has in the past five generations (the first of the five generations being their parents), with a 0% chance of both when all ancestors are unique, rapidly increasing as the number of ancestors shrinks. Missing ancestors (i.e., characters without parents) are assumed to all be unique.
|Number of unique ancestors||Chance of||Chance of|
|At least 32||0-10%||0-2%|
|17 or fewer||100%||27-36.6%|
Once inbreeding has taken root, it has a 25% chance of being passed on to the affected character's children (assuming this marriage is not also incestuous, in which case it is amplified by the above chances), therefore, it is difficult to uproot.
Non-congenital lineage traits
The trait is based on agnatic descent from close relatives of the Prophet Muhammad. If a character marries a woman possessing the trait, her sons will be . However, a 's child will not become . Because each of these traits offer a +5 opinion bonus with all Muslims and make it easier to become a Caliph, they are desirable for Muslim rulers.
If the player is not running a dynasty, it is very difficult to breed it into the dynastic line. The player is required to invite a into court and pass the Notable Status of Women law so the player will be able to form a , or convert the character to a religion that allows for such a marriage. Next, the character should be married matrilineally to a woman of the player's dynasty. If a male child of this union inherits, the dynasty will have the trait from this point forward.
Children born outside of marriage or are considered bastards. Initially, they have the trait, preventing them from inheriting or passing on the dynasty of their parents. However, a parent can choose to make them a , allowing them to inherit, but the -1 diplomacy attribute penalty remains.
Children of concubines
A Zoroastrian ruler who fully controls the Persian Empire can earn the trait. All of their descendants benefit from the trait, regardless of gender.
Most characters following Dharmic religions are assigned to one of three castes:
Each caste has a different advantage, but followers of the Hindu religion have -30 opinion penalty toward rulers whose caste does not match their holding type. Children inherit the lower one of the castes their parents have.
List of genetic traits
|名称||键值||ID||健康||出生 %||继承 %||好感||其他修正||杂项||花费|
|魅力非凡||fair||53||+1||1%||15%||+30 吸引力好感||与 相反||16|
|天才||genius||56||+5||+5||+5||+5||+5||0.5%||15%||+5 封臣||+10 个人实战能力
与 , 和 相反
与 , 和 相反
|名称||键值||ID||好感||出生 %||继承 %||好感||其他修正||杂项||花费|
|-15 个人实战能力||如果父母都有 特质，继承几率增加到50%。与 相反||-14|
|与 , 和 相反||-65|
|与 , 和 相反||-15|
|丑陋不堪||ugly||54||-1||1%||10%||-20 吸引力好感||与 相反||-11|
In order to deal with dynasty characters with negative genetic traits, the following actions may be taken into account:
- If descendants are in the line of succession: The player could try to disqualify them from succession
- If descendants are not in the line of succession: It is much easier to just arrange a marriage into other important dynasties, which also has the possibility of introducing the defect into those dynasties' gene pools. In the long term, this "infection" has the potential to erode their power through generations of dysgenic leaders.
- Alternatively, if no options for disinheritance is available, one might attempt to liquidate the unprofitable assets.
- Avoid marriages among close relatives; ensure that the groom and bride at least do not share any grandparent
- Avoid marriages with spouses bearing negative genetic traits
- Look for candidates of marriage who possess positive genetic traits
- Should the player happens upon a negative genetic traits, it is possible to marry spouses with positive traits opposite in effect to it (e.g., as opposed to ), for it will decrease the chance of heirs receiving a large hit to their stats.