Discussion in 'Community Games' started by c.decora, Mar 23, 2021.
Some new text will appear when it enters the 2nd hatchling phase
Wow... He looks pretty cool!
Oh, thanks. I'm still new to this.
Sorry, lady mice.
Here is another egg
Congrats to our newest graduates~
Parents, please send them your blessings~
Welcome back~ Was wondering why you were just floating around but haven't heard from you.
...?? Uhh, dead eggs look like broken half-eggs. Dead hatchlings/dragons are tombstones. Undead Dragons also appear as tombstones during the day, where their actual image comes back at night.. In any case, you won't be able to abandon truly dead dragons.
Thanks for the vouch~
I hatched some wild ones this time~
New kids o/
2 doggys, a newt and a sea snake
Btw anyone want a scrip dragon? Otherwise I'll probably abandon it
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Can someone tell me,
If I use this option can I cancel it whenever I want? What will happen to the clicks they got? Will they be removed? Do I have to start from 0? How many days can I freeze them? Why can't I freeze eggs yet?
It is permanent and irreversible
It can still accumulate views and clicks
Only hatchlings can be frozen
Regrets. I didn't realize you had to wait 24 hes before you could pick up another egg >.<
behold, another tiny!
I see... Thanks mate!
Pretty lil one... Cute!
You couldn't abandon it instead...?
You can't reverse it. Freezing will freeze the hatchling in whatever state it's currently in. It's usually used for collecting sprites- like people will freeze hatchlings at S1 (no wings) and S2 (yes wings) for collection purposes.
In general, people tend to only freeze messies (since frozen dragons can't breed anymore and I think I read somewhere some people believe it's immoral (?) to freeze because you're essentially stunting a hatchling's growth forever), but you can freeze any hatchling you want.
There wasn't an abandon option >.<
Because it's been less than 5 hours?
You can't trade it to others when the egg's been there for less than 5 hours though either.
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