Octavius Capp
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Octavius Capp
Name Octavius Capp
Gender TS2 Male Male
Age TS3-Adult Adult
Life state Ghost Ghost
Capp Family
Parents Calpurnia Caesar, Julius Caesar Both Deceased
Romances Scribonia Capp Married Deceased
Child(ren) Contessa Capp Daughter Deceased
Zodiac sign Scorpio Scorpio
Aspiration  Fortune
Hair color TS2 Blonde Hair Blonde
Eye color TS2 Blue Eyes Light Blue
Skin color Skin-tan Tan
Body shape Thin Thin
Other Information
Game The Sims 2 Icon The Sims 2
Playability Deceased
Cause of death Starvation
Neighborhood Veronaville

Octavius Capp (né Caesar), born to Julius and Calpurnia Caesar, is the deceased husband of the late Scribonia Capp. It is possible he was adopted, as the Octavius in Shaespeare's "Julius Caesar" was adopted. He, his parents, and his wife, are buried at the Capp Family graveyard. Like most 'ancestral' Sims, Octavius does not have memories or personality points. However, unlike most ancestral Sims, he and his wife died as adults, not elders. He and his wife both died due to starvation.

He has an unused hairstyle. There is, though, one that looks very similar to it, but they are not identical. It is available by pressing Shift and N in Create-A-Sim when Boolprop testingcheatsenabled is enabled. However, his hairstyle won't change when you try to change his appearance, unlike other Sims with unused hairstyle.

If you take a look at him in SimPE, you may find an hidden picture of him as an elder with grey hair and grey eyes instead of blue, it is unknown why does this picture exist.

Their son-in-law, Consort, has no memory of him or his wife hinting they most likely died before Contessa's engagement.



  • Octavius Caesar is a character in Shakespeare's plays Julius Caesar and Antony and Cleopatra.
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This Sim can be brought back to life using the Resurrect-O-Nomitron, the genie lamp or an evil witch's spell. For more information, read Game guide:Bringing Sims back to life.
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