|Eye color||Light Blue|
|Game||The Sims 2|
Queen Thebe is one of the pre-made, yet unplayable Sims from The Sims 2. During her lifetime, she resided in Veronaville, one of neighborhoods shipped with the game. Queen was the wife of Eetion Thebe, the mother of Andromache Thebe, the grandmother of Consort Capp (né Thebe), the great grandmother of Goneril, Regan, Kent, and the late Cordelia Capp, and the great great grandmother of Juliette, Hermia, Tybalt, Miranda, Hal, Desdemona and Ariel Capp.
Queen, like Priam Albion, her daughter and her husband can be added to the family for a brief second through the Tombstone of Life and Death. If the game is paused, and the player directs her to do something, the player can have her stay for a bit longer. But in order for Queen to reappear permanently, her "Death Token" must be removed through SimPE. According to her SimDNA in SimPE, her hair was red before it turned grey. And according to her age data, she had 20 days left in the elder life stage when she died.
Although Queen has memories of her husband, unlike most pre-made deceased Sims from Veronaville, she doesn't have the memory of Andromache's birth. Her great-granddaughter Goneril has dominant and recessive genetics for red hair, though Queen is the only one of Goneril's ancestors who has genetics for red hair.
In Greek mythology, Queen was the unnamed wife of Eetion, and mother to Andromache, wife of Hector. Andromache and Hector appeared in Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida.
Simology[edit | edit source]
|Met Eetion Thebe||Positive|
|Made Best Friends with Eetion||Positive|
|Had Very First Kiss with Eetion||Positive|
|Kissed Eetion for the First Time||Positive|
|Fell in Love with Eetion||Positive|
|Got Engaged to Eetion||Positive|
|Got Married to Eetion||Positive|
|Did WooHoo with Eetion||Positive|
Other languages[edit | edit source]
|Language||The Sims 2|
|Brazilian Portuguese||Rainha Tebas|
|Chinese (simplified)||奎恩 塞柏|
|Chinese (traditional)||女王 泰比|
|Dutch||Koningin van der Maassen|
|European Portuguese||Rainha Tebas|