Nighat Caliente (née Al Mahmoud) is one of the pre-created, yet unplayable Sims featured in The Sims 2 as ancestors of playable, pre-created Sims. Though deceased when the game begins, she appears in the relationship trees of playable sims Dina Caliente and Nina Caliente, who are her daughters.
She resided, during her lifetime, in Pleasantview, one of the neighborhoods that ships with the game. Her husband was Flamenco Caliente, and she is the daughter of Tariq Al Mahmoud and Benazir Al Mahmoud, both of Pleasantview. According to her daughters' memories she died when they were children.
Pictures in the Caliente family album show Nighat with red hair as an adult. However, her genetics are for blond hair, so she must have dyed it. Her daughter Nina has very similar facial features.
Nighat seems to be of Arab descent. Her husband, Flamenco Caliente, could possibly be Spanish.
Strangely, she died while her daughters were children, yet her picture shows her as an elder. It is possible that she may had the twins very late in the adult life stage, but it is also possible that she died before reaching the end of the elder life stage. Alternatively, it is possible that the Elixir of Life failed on her, causing her to age quickly. Since her family's gravestones are nowhere to be found, she has no ghost, and the cause of her death cannot be determined.
Often going unnoticed Nighat's face was created off the pre-made face used by Kaylynn Langerak.
This Sim has no character data and cannot be resurrected in-game.
See Resurrecting tips.
|The Caliente Family|
|Nestor - Dulcinea - Tango - Flamenco - Nighat - Dina - Nina|
Other languages Edit
- English: Nighat Caliente
- French: Morgane Caliente
- German: Encanta Caliente
- Italian: Nighat Caliente
- Spanish: Lupina Caliente
- Dutch: Natasja Heethart
- Danish: Nulle Varmblohd
- Swedish: Nighat Caliente
- Norwegian: Ninni Caliente
- Finnish: Eila Terhakainen
- Portuguese: Nighat Caliente
- Japanese: ナイアット カリエンテ
- Polish: Hortensja Kaliente
- Russian: Nigat Gongadze (Нигат Гонгадзе)
- Chinese (simplified): 耐特 卡琳特
- Chinese (traditional): 尼哈 卡琳特
- Thai: นิ•คัต คา•ลิ•เอน•เต้
- Korean: 니겟 칼리엔테
- Czech: Nighat Calientová
- Brazilian Portuguese: Nigata Caliente