Also, if you use any CFF or CFF-based genome other than one of the TWB genomes for your breed, I would recommend looking for the following 2 CFF chemical receptor genes and deleting or silencing either of them if they are there... (TWB are based on CFF, but have additional systems and changes that work to fix the issues associated with these two genes...):
- An alcohol receptor in the liver catabolic organ which attaches to the organ's rate (this is defective and slows the liver to a crawl unless they are drunk, no real bad effect other than it makes it very hard for them to store nutrition unless they drink alcohol constantly... they can live healthy lives, but they will not be able to build up glycogen stores, so some will get 'near death' music and groans when not hungry)...
- An adipose receptor in the mitochondrial organ, causing organ damage when adipose is extremely high... (this inevitably causes heart failure in any creature with a normal liver, because it turns out that C3 genomes normally don't actually ever burn fat and max out adipose levels pretty quickly... The defective gene in the liver existing at the same time covered this problem up in testing, because it stopped them from storing excess fat.)
Did you mean the liver anabolic for the alcohol receptor? Looking at the C12DS pack, they seem to have an alcohol receptor there.