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Advanced eye color!

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Like with the fur color, the eye color should also be mixed. example- The male has brown eyes and female has blue eyes. The child blue eyes with brown bits. I think niche should work like this.

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I think this would be cool but it should be rare since real genetics don’t usually work that way.

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I would like to see this idea mixed with this idea:

As in your idea would be another allele in the heterochromia trait.

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I would like this. Like, it's a rare mutation like albinism or melanism, as Fishy said. It'd be cool! But it has flaws. If you get two nicheling with bits in their eyes, what gets transmuted to the child if they breed?
Example:
A has blue eyes with brown bits
B has green eyes with yellow bits
Do we then take the dominant eye color and the dominant bits? Or no bits?

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On 7/6/2018 at 4:50 AM, ChasingNyx said:

Example:
A has blue eyes with brown bits
B has green eyes with yellow bits
Do we then take the dominant eye color and the dominant bits? Or no bits?

I think that if this were either with the heterochromia trait (like I suggested) or its own gene, then there should be two alleles. Allele one would be dominant eye color with recessive bits, and allele two would be recessive eye color with dominant bits. Heterochromia would be more dominant over allele one, and allele one would be more dominant than allele two.

It would work how albinism and melanism currently works as in you can only find it from wanderers and it’s not in the mutation menu. However, it should be rarer than both similarly to immunity gene J.

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