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  • Breeding
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  • Breeding is the method of choosing two of your Pokémon to send to the local region's Day Care in the hopes that the pair will produce an Egg. This is a useful technique to raise Pokémon with unusual attributes, such as elevated Attack, Defense, Speed, etc. compared to members of the same species on a similar level. Pokémon that are hatched from Eggs can have access to stronger attacks earlier than normal, such as learning a parent's TM or HM move. Some Pokémon, like Pichu, can learn a move the parents would never learn, such as Volt Tackle if one of the parents are holding a special item, such as the Light Ball in Pichu's case.
  • This guide shows the basics of breeding. you may be interested in the Age article to help you with this.
  • This page describes how breeding works, both deciding when to do it and what the resultant Pokémon egg will be.
  • Breeding is a game mechanic added in Update 0.8.0, in which two Mobs of the same species meet specific conditions that enable a Baby Mob to spawn.
  • To have more little bundles of fur running around the house, consider breeding pets. Keep in mind that each pet will take up a family slot. In The Sims: Unleashed, a lot can only have a total of eight pets and Sims in one house. In The Sims 2: Pets, a lot can have a total of ten Sims and pets, but no more than eight Sims and no more than six pets. Obviously, the basic thing needed for breeding is two pets of the same species and different gender. However, they can't just be made to breed on command. Just like Sims, they will need to get to know each other first. If they misbehave with one another, use 'Scold' so they learn to get along.
  • Natural breeding is when two creatures mate and produce a cross-breed or pure-breed offspring. It is also possible to use selective breeding or artificial insemination cobs/agents to produce a specific creature. Some creatures born with interesting genes have been converted into genetic breeds.
  • Breeding is a game mechanic which was introduced in Beta 1.9 Pre-release 2. This feature allows Players to produce an endless supply of certain types of animals, as long as they have the required materials to initiate breeding.
  • Animals normally lay beside each other and do the sleeping animation. Eventually, the two animals will get up and make either the 'stork and the baby' icon or the 'hearts' icon. When you see two animals sleeping beside each other in your zoo, they are mating.(or they're just randomly sleeping with each other). Sometimes, the female won't get pregnant right away, but after it mates and is not pregnant, it usually mates again, or one of the mates will make a sound like a roar, which will not be shown in the "Current Activity" area.
  • The success of breeding depends on several factors, the primary being rarity of the dragons in question. Rare dragons are far less likely to produce an egg of their species, though pairing two rares versus one rare and one common has an equal chance of producing. In some cases, the pair may refuse, producing no egg and disallowing the pairing of those two dragons in the future (any refusals involving Holiday dragons are removed during their associated holiday breeding period). has also confirmed that the longer a dragon goes without breeding, the higher the chance is for a successful breeding to occur.
  • You can breed dogs by going to the breeding center. There will be 2 spaces; female and male dog. Select the male dog and the female dog that you want to breed, and click Breed Dogs. You cannot breed those dogs if one or both of them haven't been vaccinated, and you can only breed two of the same breed. The dog must be 12 FP days or older to be able to breed. When you click the select dog, there will be a can breed and cannot breed list.
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  • Breeding pets doing WooHoo in the pet house
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  • Breeding is the method of choosing two of your Pokémon to send to the local region's Day Care in the hopes that the pair will produce an Egg. This is a useful technique to raise Pokémon with unusual attributes, such as elevated Attack, Defense, Speed, etc. compared to members of the same species on a similar level. Pokémon that are hatched from Eggs can have access to stronger attacks earlier than normal, such as learning a parent's TM or HM move. Some Pokémon, like Pichu, can learn a move the parents would never learn, such as Volt Tackle if one of the parents are holding a special item, such as the Light Ball in Pichu's case.
  • This guide shows the basics of breeding. you may be interested in the Age article to help you with this.
  • This page describes how breeding works, both deciding when to do it and what the resultant Pokémon egg will be.
  • Breeding is a game mechanic added in Update 0.8.0, in which two Mobs of the same species meet specific conditions that enable a Baby Mob to spawn.
  • To have more little bundles of fur running around the house, consider breeding pets. Keep in mind that each pet will take up a family slot. In The Sims: Unleashed, a lot can only have a total of eight pets and Sims in one house. In The Sims 2: Pets, a lot can have a total of ten Sims and pets, but no more than eight Sims and no more than six pets. Obviously, the basic thing needed for breeding is two pets of the same species and different gender. However, they can't just be made to breed on command. Just like Sims, they will need to get to know each other first. If they misbehave with one another, use 'Scold' so they learn to get along.
  • Natural breeding is when two creatures mate and produce a cross-breed or pure-breed offspring. It is also possible to use selective breeding or artificial insemination cobs/agents to produce a specific creature. Some creatures born with interesting genes have been converted into genetic breeds.
  • Breeding is a game mechanic which was introduced in Beta 1.9 Pre-release 2. This feature allows Players to produce an endless supply of certain types of animals, as long as they have the required materials to initiate breeding.
  • You can breed dogs by going to the breeding center. There will be 2 spaces; female and male dog. Select the male dog and the female dog that you want to breed, and click Breed Dogs. You cannot breed those dogs if one or both of them haven't been vaccinated, and you can only breed two of the same breed. The dog must be 12 FP days or older to be able to breed. When you click the select dog, there will be a can breed and cannot breed list. You can improve the quality of the pups you get by using profession points. You can get up to 4 of them at user levels 5, 10, 15, and 20. Add them to Breeder to get this effect. You may decide to keep or reserve up to 1 dog in the litter of puppies. Pups will drink their mother's milk, but they will start eating puppy chow at 2 FP days old. So be sure to buy some Lacrima xxx Puppy Chow and assign it to the litter from your inventory.
  • Animals normally lay beside each other and do the sleeping animation. Eventually, the two animals will get up and make either the 'stork and the baby' icon or the 'hearts' icon. When you see two animals sleeping beside each other in your zoo, they are mating.(or they're just randomly sleeping with each other). Sometimes, the female won't get pregnant right away, but after it mates and is not pregnant, it usually mates again, or one of the mates will make a sound like a roar, which will not be shown in the "Current Activity" area. Disturbing them as they do the animation will stop the mating and the female will not be pregnant. In Zoo Tycoon 2: Endangered Species, purchasing a Breeding Center (which can be unlocked in Campaign Mode) will help endangered animals breed easier. Even without Endangered Species, animals will also be more likely to breed when they are satisfied with their environment, including their enrichment, food, etc. Some animals, however, have specific mating requirements related to their species. For example, male lions succeed better in mating with multiple females to breed with. Some animals, mostly carnivores, give birth to two offspring. Herbivores usually give birth to only one offspring at a time. Mothers can't mate or get pregnant again until all her offspring at the time are grown up to be adults. Guests find baby animals more interesting and are sometimes willing to give up a more generous donation to see them. When a critically endangered, endangered, or extinct animals mate and give birth to a baby; the player will get a special balloon at your front gate, corresponding to the child's gender. If it is a female child, there will be purple balloons shaped like stars. If it is a boy, then there's a blue balloon shaped like a circle. If there is a female and a male, then the two kinds of balloons will be together. If a male mates with two females, (or more) before any of them gives birth, on his family tree, it will have the last female he mated with. When the females give birth it will show both of them as mates and both their children are his. When a baby is born, it will be dirty. Some parents will clean their child, eliminating the need for the player or a Zookeeper to clean them, but other parents will merely leave their offspring as they are.
  • The success of breeding depends on several factors, the primary being rarity of the dragons in question. Rare dragons are far less likely to produce an egg of their species, though pairing two rares versus one rare and one common has an equal chance of producing. In some cases, the pair may refuse, producing no egg and disallowing the pairing of those two dragons in the future (any refusals involving Holiday dragons are removed during their associated holiday breeding period). has also confirmed that the longer a dragon goes without breeding, the higher the chance is for a successful breeding to occur. Bred eggs, unlike the eggs taken from , can be abandoned or traded immediately, cutting out the usual 5 hour waiting time. If an egg is bred but the user has surpassed their scroll limit, the egg is auto-abandoned.
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