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Annameme (#152890)

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2019-05-19 14:00:14
I am willing to help newbies. (Up to three ONLY) I consider myself to be pretty experienced, and I'm willing to help anybody who wants to learn more about this game.

I am very active and tend to stay on at night.

Things I can help with;
Mutations
Abbreviations (Like NCL GoP or Sub)
Exploring
Lioden Events
Lion Genetics
A crud ton of other stuff

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Edited on 24/05/19 @ 20:47:13 by Annameme (#152890)

RaptorSquad8 (#175463)

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2019-05-24 14:46:20
I just started playing not too long ago and I could use any help I can get, if you're willing! There's so much stuff I'm having trouble figuring out with different types of lions and the value of different items, etc.


🌺 lightfury (#108236)


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2019-05-24 14:58:02
ey! im not really new but i went on a hiatus for 7ish months and.. i completely forgot everything hh-


Annameme (#152890)

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2019-05-24 20:46:44
Okay! If you have any questions, ask me! I'm send by messages right now with more information!


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2019-05-29 17:50:04
I need someone to aid me in the region of lioden genetics. I have a dwarf project and I need to know about the genetics to do it well.


Annameme (#152890)

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2019-05-29 21:00:45
I could do my best to help with the genetics of lioden!

JUST to be clear (just in case) Dwarfism is a mutation and on lioden, mutations are not considered to be part of your genetic code as it is in real life. To get a dwarf of lioden, it is suggested to use breeding items such as a lion scrotum (used on female lions with mutations to boost her chances of having a dwarf cub by 25%) Try using a Grain of paradise or Buffalo Scroutum to boost the amount of cubs the lioness will have.
So in conclusion, genetic don't really matter if you want a dwarf, only if you want a certain color or base!

Okay, genetics. I pretty much just wrote an entire paragraph about just the dwarf mutation but whatever. Genetics are Pretty simple in lioden (I personally don't care about them, but learned regardless) the wiki covers a LOT about lioden genetics,but if you need anything specific, I wi'll be willing to help!

Here is the magical place known as the wiki! This page tells you the basics of genetics, I hope I help a little!
http://liodenwiki.wikidot.com/genetics


Annameme (#152890)

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2019-05-29 21:25:08
Okay, I have an example! Today, This little bag of crap was born. She has a brimstone base. Every base has it's own genetics. Brimstone is red medium countershaded special. Her father has the same brimstone base and genetics. Her mother had different genetics, but the cub can still have a better base.

In this case, a special rarity lion bred with a common rarity lion and produced a cub with a special rarity... with a bobbed tail. You do the math, but I already know that's freaking redicoulous odds. I have another special base lion with the SAME thing happen to them, her mother had a common base. This lovely lioness was born with a special base. A special base plus a common base is most likely to produce a uncommon or rare base.

If you have an questions regarding genetics, I will always help! (That is if I'm not playing my Nintendo switch day :p)


Annameme (#152890)

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2019-05-29 21:33:59
Okayreallyquickbeforeigotobedandsleepihaveonelastthingtodo

I looked at your king and your dwarf. Your king had Black Medium Countershaded Rare. Your dwarf has Cream Medium Countershaded Special. Pretty good odds in producing a good base! The cubs will have medium countershaded in their genetics. They will also have a chance to get ether black or cream in their genetics. The rarity will have a good chance to produce a special base.

Bam! AGAIN, any questions, ask me! Oof, I need sleep.