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Supposed personal speculation Edit

Marsha has the same facial structure as Joe Carr and the same hairstyle as Angela and Lilith Pleasant. When she grows into a teenager, she will have the same hairstyle as Olive Specter. Since child Sims can not have that hairstyle, it is possible that this was the hairstyle she was supposed to have all along.

I know this information was removed many months earlier, but I doubt whether this is speculation. I mean some people may consider the hidden "Gibs" hairstyle that Beau gets as a child to be merely just a coincidence - even though it isn't.

The reason I'm saying this is because normally if a child Sim has the "Barrette" hairstyle (the one Marsha has) they will still have it when they become a teenager. Marsha's hairstyle however changes to the "Halo" hairstyle when she grows into a teenager. It appears the developers created her as a teenager, selected the halo hairstyle and aged her down to a child, forcing the hairstyle to change to the barrette hairstyle - the barrette hairstyle is always the substitute for the halo hairstyle for female children.

The same happens with Sofia Baldwin - when she grows into a teenager, her "Rosettes" hairstyle changes to the "Get Fabulous" hairstyle - the rosettes hairstyle always substitutes for the get fabulous hairstyle for female children. -- C.Syde (talk | contribs) 06:09, December 2, 2014 (UTC)

It's actually possible that it was the case. The question is, is it truly confirmed that her hair will be definitely like Olive's hairstyle, or it's just a random occurrence? If it's the latter, then we can't find a conclusion to this. Nikel Talk Vote! 16:01, December 2, 2014 (UTC)
It's not a random occurrence, because it's happened several times in my game, and I've seen it happen in other people's games on the internet. -- C.Syde (talk | contribs) 20:58, December 2, 2014 (UTC)
I think what's important is to note this unique occurrence where her hair when she grows up is predetermined for some reason. But more than that, like saying "She probably was created as a teen / older and then aged down to a child," I'd regard it as a speculation and strongly recommend not to mention it. However, you can say that "The same occurrence can happen if the player creates a Sim as an adult and changes their age to a child before exiting CAS. It is unknown if she underwent the same process during the development." That way, you can point out the important things without directly making a speculation. Also it implies that it's up to the players' imagination if it's true, but the statement doesn't directly suggest the idea. Nikel Talk Vote! 17:43, December 4, 2014 (UTC)