Breeding Mechanics
Each Porian has its own DNA determining its appearance as well as its characteristics. When breeding two Porians together, they would give birth to an egg. An egg is incubated for a short period before hatching to become a mature Porian. During the incubation time, the DNA is not determined. We have no idea about the expected Porian’s appearance.
The incubation period for the eggs is 6 days
When an egg gets hatched, the baby Porian's DNA is constructed by randomly combining its parents' DNAs.
Each Porian will have at most 5 children.
A Porian can breed at most 5 times. A Porian cannot be bred with its parents and siblings. A Porian cannot breed with its relatives up to 2 levels in their family tree.
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