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Critter Forge Guide: Breeding Guide

Date: Jul 20 2010 08:19:01 Source: http://www.kongregate.com/forums/50-critter-forge/topics/93524-afflikshons-guide-to-critter-forge Views:
KeyWord: Critter Forge Guide, Breeding Guide, breeding tips, tier1-tier4
Critter Forge


In Critter Forge, the player breeds creatures, each with various and unique genetic traits, which then measure themselves against other players' creatures in combat. So breeding is an important part in the game. This guide shows you the tips about T1-T4 breeding. How to take care of your raptor, owlbear or crocodile? Check below.


Breeding Guide

By afflikshoN on Kongregate Forum

Beginners' Breeding Tips

First, get used to utilizing vials. I use the 3 star vials, though they're not as cost-efficient as the 2 stars vials. TO EXTRACT DNA, CLICK AND DRAG AN EMPTY VIAL FROM YOUR INVENTORY ONTO THE CREATURE FROM WHICH YOU WISH TO EXTRACT. This works both in your stables and in safaris after you've defeated a creature.

Save your Eggcelerators, if you have any, for the higher-tier creatures. Gestation times get longer and longer, so no sense in wasting them on a 6-hour gestation when down the road the gestations can get up to 20+ hours.

Tier2 Breeding

Raptor: To get a raptor, breed a lizard with a bird. Your offspring will, obviously, be a lizard or bird. I recommend naming it with a "II" at the end of its name to denote that it's second generation. Take your second generation (whether it's a bird or a lizard) and breed it with ANY bird or lizard (make sure you're not breeding the same family, i.e. bird/bird or lizard/lizard). Name the offspring with a "III" at the end of its name. Then, take the third generation lizard/bird, and breed it with ANY lizard or bird (again, no bird/bird or lizard/lizard combos). THE OFFSPRING OF THIS THIRD GENERATION WILL BE A RAPTOR.

Spider: To get a spider, breed a wolf with a moth. Your offspring will, obviously, be a wolf or moth. I recommend naming it with a "II" at the end of its name to denote that it's second generation. Take your second generation (whether it's a wolf or moth) and breed it with ANY wolf or moth (make sure they're not the same, i.e. wolf/wolf or moth/moth). Name the offspring with a "III" at the end of its name. Then, take the third generation wolf/moth, and breed it with ANY wolf/moth (again, no wolf/wolf or moth/moth combos). THE OFFSPRING OF THIS THIRD GENERATION WILL BE A SPIDER.

Tier 3 Breeding

Crocodile: To get a crocodile, breed a lizard with a crustacean. Your offspring will, obviously, be a lizard or crustacean. I recommend naming it with a "II" at the end of its name to denote that it's second generation. Take your second generation (whether it's a crustacean or a lizard) and breed it with ANY crustacean or lizard (make sure you're not breeding the same family, i.e. crustacean/crustacean or lizard/lizard). Name the offspring with a "III" at the end of its name. Then, take the third generation lizard/crustacean, and breed it with ANY lizard or crustacean (again, no crustacean/crustacean or lizard/lizard combos). Name the offspring of this pairing with a "IV" at the end of its name. Take your fourth generation lizard/crustacean, and breed it with ANY lizard or crustacean (again, no crustacean/crustacean or lizard/lizard combos). Name this offspring with a "V" at the end of its name. Finally, take the fifth generation lizard/crustacean, and breed it with ANY lizard or crustacean (again, no crustacean/crustacean or lizard/lizard combos). THE OFFSPRING OF THIS FIFTH GENERATION WILL BE A CROCODILE.

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