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Well, I'd tried to kill the 5 adults I'd been saving up for this day, and two of them dodged. Now I feel guilty over killing one of my older dragons as the result of irritation. Hopefully the kill won't be in vain.. However, knowing my luck, I shouldn't hope too much.

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5 kills (3 cheese for ungendered attempt)

6 dodges

I have lots of backup adult fodder that I've been accumulating over the last few months.

 

I've just learned about the no-kill-let-hatchies-die thingy...so am still catching fodder for them. I am hoping to get at least one S1 zombie hatchie from them. If not, then I do have frozen S1 hatchies all ready for killing on Halloween, if necessary.

 

 

 

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Two cheeses and two whites kicked the bucket, two more of each to go. *regrets nothing* The most important dragon has, however, dodged, so I'm saving her for Halloween. Actually I've had many dodges in general. I'm beginning to wonder if I should have saved some backup Cheeses... probably should. OH WELL. There are some dragons I could use if everything else fails.

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Two of my planned Males dodged, and I realized that I didn't have enough backup CB Vampire Males for what I wanted. Had to go hunting all over my scroll to find some to spare—too many are pretty-lineaged, BSA useful, the only male of the species, or well named! xd.png; So many dodges across the board, but finally got what I needed.

 

Halloween itself will be for the Cheeses and Papers. cool.gif I hope the description on one of my Cheeses gets through by then, the one about being covered in mold… it'll make it all the more interesting if there's a successful zombification.

 

The hardest part about this process is the patience of keeping a score of hatchlings fogged, with my scroll locked. Boo. :B

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When fog-killing things, do you have to unfog them after their time of death, or will they automatically unfog?

Does anyone know the answer to this? I don't use this method so I don't know.

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It's automatic, they just change from fog to a tombstone, no effort on your part  biggrin.gif

Thanks, that's a relief! I've been trying to keep track of what time each hatchie grows up...to determine the time of death 7 days later.

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The dragons seem to have taken "dodging" lessons since last year, especially

the tinsel fails we had planned.

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It's automatic, they just change from fog to a tombstone, no effort on your part biggrin.gif

Thanks smile.gif

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I had to kill 3 of my old inbreeds just because the planned ones have been dodging the knife.

Hope the planned ones die during the next killing spree on Halloween. wink.gif

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So if you fog a hatchling and never unfog it, it will die, no matter how many views it has?

ETA: Killed 5 inbred golds. It's sad that I had that many, I know.

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Been wondering, why do you kill cheeses and papers? What's special about them?

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Been wondering, why do you kill cheeses and papers? What's special about them?

They become ungendered zombies.

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So if you fog a hatchling and never unfog it, it will die, no matter how many views it has?

Yep. If you don't unfog it, it will die and eventually unfog itself as a tombstone. If it has enough views, it will still gender, but it can't mature in the fog.

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5 kills, no dodges! And I'm glad my only Cheese fodder was one of them. I thought I'd be sad, not excited biggrin.gif I had 5 backups too, looks like they'll be on the chopping block on Halloween.

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I had my 3 ready to kill, and they all dodged! Will let some hatchies expire too in case they never let me get them.

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dinos cannot turn into zombies! As far as I can tell

*looks at scroll*

 

Ermmm, you haven't been here for any previous holiday as far as I can tell, so you'll forgive me if I wait for someone else who has to reply...

 

 

 

 

Also, I'm well jelly of all you five-kill people! ohmy.gifHe decided to dodge too, the lil beggar. But now I'm considering mating him to his sister before I try killing them again tomorrow, and neglecting the egg if they have one to create a true abomination! :evilgrin: (Knowing my luck, this will pretty much guarantee that they'll crumble instead of Zombifying, but oh well...)

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*looks at scroll*

 

Ermmm, you haven't been here for any previous holiday as far as I can tell, so you'll forgive me if I wait for someone else who has to reply...

 

 

 

 

Also, I'm well jelly of all you five-kill people!  ohmy.gif  He decided to dodge too, the lil beggar.  But now I'm considering mating him to his sister before I try killing them again tomorrow, and neglecting the egg if they have one to create a true abomination!  :evilgrin:  (Knowing my luck, this will pretty much guarantee that they'll crumble instead of Zombifying, but oh well...)

Hey Amazon, two years ago on Halloween I tried to zombify a purple dino. Killing wasn't a problem, but if I remember right the "revive" action wasn't available. I think only dead dragons have the "revive" action (...so probably chickens can't be revived too^^)

Hope this info will help you a little...

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