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Rodent Cottage

~Kitchen Mice~ Random Breeding: Always Open
« on: September 15, 2017, 05:59:25 AM »
Breeding Area

Because it is unsure when/if new Agencies will be installed, I have decided to open the autobreed function on the forum. This is not mandatory and will take quite a bit more time than Secundi's main site autobreed function. However, you can save up for Custom OOAK Kitchen Mice and they'll be completely free of charge!

Once multiple people start participating it will be hard for me to check all rolls, so this thread is mostly on the honor system, I trust you guys not to cheat. Please read through the info carefully and message me with any questions if you're unsure how to participate. Start with the Mating section. Then read the next section after you have pregnant females. This way it won't be as much info to digest at once. I promise it's actually quite easy once you try it!

How To Play
You can come in once a day (going by default forum time) to see if your Kitchen Mice bred naturally and if so how many babies they had. Breeding will only happen if you allow them access to each other (i.e. roll dice here), so they won't breed if you don't want them to. However, if you do decide to breed all your males and females will attempt to breed, you can't pick and choose. If there are any you no longer want to produce offspring from (for example a custom you want uniquely to yourself), you can neuter your Kitchen Mice and they will be listed as 'Other' in your owner board instead of Male/Female.
 
Trying for succesful natural breedings will be done by dice rolls, which you yourself will be rolling for in this thread. Please only roll dice in this thread, no chatter. If you have questions, sent a PM here or on discord (either a PM or in the channel). Do not edit or delete posts.

Mating
1. Check the Owner Records to find out how many females and how many males you have.
2. Make a single post for all potential breedings that day.
3. In that post you roll one die for every female you have. You can do a seperate roll for each one or combine them (so if you have 2 females and 1 male you can roll 1d100 twice or 2d100 at once), however you prefer posting, it's really the same thing.
4. The amount of sides on each die depend on how many males you've got. If you have 1 male you roll a 1d100 for each female, for every extra male decrease die size by 10 (so two males is 1d90 per female, 3 is 1d80 etc). This caps at 10 males, which will give you 1d10. Odds do not increase beyond that point no matter how many males you've got, there is no guaranteed success with natural breeding!
5. Each female that rolls 1-5 is now pregnant! We're going by the order of your owner board, so the first die you rolled is for your first listed female etc.

It is recommended to stop reading now and roll your Mating.
Read the section below once you have pregnant females.


Giving Birth
1. Make a second post post to determine a father and the amount of babies for each pregnant female.
2. Count the amount of females that rolled a succesful pregnancy in step 4, roll two dice for each female: 1d5 to determine the amount of babies and 1dX to determine the father. X should be the number of males you have. Again, we're going in order, so the first set of dice are for the first pregnant female and the result of your second roll will be used to count the males in the order they appear in your owner board.
3. Now that you know the amount of babies, use your rolled dice to see what they look like. All babies will look like parent1 or parent2, there are no unique looking babies when using this breeding method.
4. Check what type each parent is. It can be Basic, Tame, Wild or Custom. This is the order of rarity, so Basic is most common and Custom is most rare. Depending on parents' types you can see what coat each baby will have:
a. If both parents are of the same type babies alternate coats, starting with the female's coat. So baby1 is like mom, baby2 like dad, baby3 like mom etc.
b. If both parents are of a different type and the rarest type is Tame this is the order: other/Tame/other/other/Tame. This means you'll only get the rarer type (in this case Tame) if there are at least 2 babies.
c. If both parents are of a different type and the rarest type is Wild this is the order: other/other/Wild/other/other. This means you'll only get the rarer type (in this case Wild) if there are at least 3 babies.
d. If both parents are of a different type and the rarest type is Custom this is the order: other/other/other/Custom/other. This means you'll only get the rarer type (in this case Custom) if there are at least 4 babies.

Claiming
1. Go to the Main Store and submit Keep and/or Trade In forms for your new babies whenever you're ready.

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Example of breeding: I have 5 females and 12 males. In my first post I roll for each female. It will be a 1d10 for each girl as that is the correct die to use when you have 10 or more males. So because I have 5 females I roll 5d10 in my first post. I check which ones rolled 1-5 as a result, let's pretend female #2 and female #3 are now pregnant. I make a second post rolling 2d5 and 2d12. Each d5 will determine how many babies each girl has and each d12 will determine who sired each litter. First d5 and d12 will be babies and partner for female #2, second d5 and d12 will be babies and partner for female #3. Now my girls have succesfully given birth! After that I can check what coats the babies have and go to the main thread to keep them or give them back to the shop.

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Example of giving birth: A Custom type female mates with a Tame type male. There are 5 babies. Baby 1, 2, 3 and 5 will have the Tame parent's coloration, but baby 4 will have the Custom parent's coloration. You now post form to keep or trade in each baby in the Main Store thread.
« Last Edit: September 15, 2017, 06:40:28 AM by Rodent Cottage »
YLO's 2nd account, used to run various rodent adoptables. We currently run 'Kitchen Mice' and are hoping to someday bring (back) 'Rabbit Lovers Association', 'Syrian Hamster Association' and 'The Cavy Cottage'

Rosewood

Re: ~Kitchen Mice~ Random Breeding: Always Open
« Reply #1 on: September 15, 2017, 06:24:42 AM »
Rolled 5d30 : 16, 15, 21, 2, 15, total 69


Skype: ellen.rae.tyson

Rosewood

Re: ~Kitchen Mice~ Random Breeding: Always Open
« Reply #2 on: September 15, 2017, 06:29:01 AM »
Rolled 1d5 : 2, total 2

Rolled 1d8 : 4, total 4



Skype: ellen.rae.tyson

Laviee

Re: ~Kitchen Mice~ Random Breeding: Always Open
« Reply #3 on: September 15, 2017, 10:39:50 AM »
Rolled 20d10 : 1, 4, 5, 10, 6, 10, 6, 3, 5, 1, 10, 7, 5, 7, 10, 2, 2, 5, 4, 2, total 105

Laviee

Re: ~Kitchen Mice~ Random Breeding: Always Open
« Reply #4 on: September 15, 2017, 10:41:21 AM »
(Oops, I was supposed to roll 40d10. So here's the rolls for the other half of my females.)

Rolled 20d10 : 2, 1, 10, 9, 8, 7, 4, 10, 5, 5, 1, 2, 7, 6, 9, 1, 3, 6, 6, 3, total 105

Laviee

Re: ~Kitchen Mice~ Random Breeding: Always Open
« Reply #5 on: September 15, 2017, 10:51:43 AM »
Females Pregnant: 1, 2, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 20, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 31, 33, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40
Number of Pregnant Females: 22

Quote from: Female 1
Rolled 1d5 : 5, total 5
Rolled 1d40 : 20, total 20
Quote from: Female 2
Rolled 1d5 : 4, total 4
Rolled 1d40 : 16, total 16
Quote from: Female 7
Rolled 1d5 : 4, total 4
Rolled 1d40 : 15, total 15
Quote from: Female 9
Rolled 1d5 : 5, total 5
Rolled 1d40 : 39, total 39
Quote from: Female 10
Rolled 1d5 : 3, total 3
Rolled 1d40 : 22, total 22
Quote from: Female 11
Rolled 1d5 : 3, total 3
Rolled 1d40 : 36, total 36
Quote from: Female 12
Rolled 1d5 : 5, total 5
Rolled 1d40 : 1, total 1
Quote from: Female 16
Rolled 1d5 : 4, total 4
Rolled 1d40 : 24, total 24
Quote from: Female 17
Rolled 1d5 : 1, total 1
Rolled 1d40 : 21, total 21
Quote from: Female 20
Rolled 1d5 : 5, total 5
Rolled 1d40 : 9, total 9
Quote from: Female 21
Rolled 1d5 : 5, total 5
Rolled 1d40 : 11, total 11
Quote from: Female 22
Rolled 1d5 : 4, total 4
Rolled 1d40 : 34, total 34
Quote from: Female 23
Rolled 1d5 : 4, total 4
Rolled 1d40 : 38, total 38
Quote from: Female 28
Rolled 1d5 : 2, total 2
Rolled 1d40 : 17, total 17
Quote from: Female 29
Rolled 1d5 : 3, total 3
Rolled 1d40 : 37, total 37
Quote from: Female 31
Rolled 1d5 : 4, total 4
Rolled 1d40 : 29, total 29
Quote from: Female 33
Rolled 1d5 : 3, total 3
Rolled 1d40 : 2, total 2
Quote from: Female 36
Rolled 1d5 : 5, total 5
Rolled 1d40 : 5, total 5
Quote from: Female 37
Rolled 1d5 : 3, total 3
Rolled 1d40 : 21, total 21
Quote from: Female 38
Rolled 1d5 : 2, total 2
Rolled 1d40 : 36, total 36
Quote from: Female 39
Rolled 1d5 : 3, total 3
Rolled 1d40 : 27, total 27
Quote from: Female 40
Rolled 1d5 : 3, total 3
Rolled 1d40 : 39, total 39