Cleopatra Capp is the long-deceased wife of Antony Capp, the mother of Scribonia Capp, the grandmother of Contessa Capp, and the great-great grandmother of Tybalt, Juliette and Hermia Capp. Cleopatra died long before the start of the game, and is buried along with most of her deceased family in the grounds of the Capp Manor. Like all direct Capp family ancestors, Cleopatra is completely resurrectable. However, she will have no memories or skills, a blank personality, and a random set of interests. Cleopatra died of old age and is the Capp founder. Even though she is thin, her fitness bar implies that she is supposed to be fit.
If she is resurrected and aged down to an adult, Cleopatra has what appears to be a really long bit of skin dangling from her chin. Apparently it is part of her mouth. It is unknown how she came to have this oddity though it is most likely a glitch. Calpurnia Caesar also has this oddity. If player chooses to age Cleopatra down to an adult, and make her have more children, if any of them inherit Cleopatra's mouth, their mouths will be on their foreheads when they age into adults. However this glitch is only visible on females. Males will have mouths in the correct part of their face.
According to her SimDNA in SimPE, her hair was brown before it turned grey. Cleopatra has no memories of her husband, and although she has the memory of doing WooHoo with Mystery Sim, she doesn't have the memory of Scribonia's birth. So basically apart from the WooHoo memory, she only has Create a Sim memories.
Cleopatra was an ancient Egyptian queen of the Ptolemaic dynasty, and a character in Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra. The specific Cleopatra mentioned in the play was officially known as Cleopatra Philopator VII. In the play, she commits suicide with her handmaidens Charmian and Iras by asp bite after the Roman invasion of Egypt.
|Language||The Sims 2|
|Brazilian Portuguese||Cleópatra Caputo|
|Chinese (Simplified)||克利奥帕特 卡普|
|Chinese (Traditional)||克麗奧佩脫拉 蓋普|
|Dutch||Cleopatra van der Smacht|
|European Portuguese||Cleópatra Capo|