Dwight Specter is a playable resident in my player stories in The Sims 2 in Strangetown. He is son of Nerville and Marion Specter (née Almassizadeh), the second cousin of Ophelia Specter, and the grandson of the Grim Reaper and the late Olive Specter. Dwight is 33 days from being an Adult.
Nerville and Marion Specter gave birth to a boy named Dwight in my player stories. Dwight inherited Nerville's hair, skin, ears, eyebrows, eyes, and nose, and Marion's mouth and jaw. This suggests that Nerville's genetics are very strong as it is uncommon for a Sim to be born with light skin, if one of their parents has dark skin. Dwight has recessive genetics for dark skin and brown hair.
He seems to be very different from his father, with respect to their personalities. Dwight is outgoing, playful and nice, while his father is neat, shy, active, serious and grouchy. Dwight's Personality is basically the sort I would have expected his father to have. Dwight is eager to learn about the history of his family, particularly the history regarding that of his paternal grandparents.
- Dwight lacks any traces of the psychological damage his father has suffered at the hands of Loki and Circe Beaker which is fortunate, as his father no longer seems to have any psychological damage either.
- Similar to his father, Dwight has wonky eyes. It is neither clear, nor explained whether Nervous got wonky eyes as a result of physical damage Loki and Circe did to him. The wonky eyes are genetic, and were passed on to Dwight, which may mean that Nervous had wonky eyes at birth. However none of these possibilities can be proven, as Plastic surgery did not exist prior to University.
- Despite being a Pleasure Sim, Dwight has several qualities that one would expect of a Knowledge or Family Sim. I will give him the Knowledge secondary aspiration, once I have installed Free Time.
- Similar to Alicia Loste, Dwight would be an easy choice to strike up a lengthy conversation with, because he doesn't seem to have a particularly low interest in anything, except that he doesn't enjoy talking about work.