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4 minutes ago, Imzadi said:

This is something I've not had happen before.  On the 6th, just after midnight I did this Successfully revived (0dsiE).   It was a pygmy hatche that died and I was trying for a zombie.  But when it revived, it had over 2 days left before it would die again.  It currently has 10 hrs left.  Is this normal for revived hatchies?  

Laid on:Jan 26, 2019

Hatched on:Jan 28, 2019

yes, It used to "glitch" and give an absurd amount of days (think it generally added up to something like 50 years?) and you had about 30 mintes to get it views or freeze it before it died.  I know tj tweaked it, but not sure how accurate the timer is now as it's been a long while since I managed to revive one.

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2 minutes ago, Ruby Eyes said:

As far as I know, yes. They gain a random amount of time (at least it used to be random), otherwise it wouldn't help much to revive a hatchling that ran out of time.

Thanks...for some reason i had it in my head that they would auto freeze  (which really doesn't make sense, but sometimes the mind thinks what it wants to think.) 

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1 minute ago, Imzadi said:

Thanks...for some reason i had it in my head that they would auto freeze  (which really doesn't make sense, but sometimes the mind thinks what it wants to think.) 

they auto freeze if it becomes a zombie (because the dead can not grow) :)

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I will just let it grow up.  And give it a nice name. Thanks for the answers.

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4 minutes ago, Imzadi said:

I will just let it grow up.  And give it a nice name. Thanks for the answers.

Just remember to mark it somehow that it has been revived.  You won't be able to do so again, and that really sucks if you forget a month or even a year later.  besides silly names, I've started keeping mine in a group with my zombies. https://dragcave.net/group/75679

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1 minute ago, DragonLady86 said:

Just remember to mark it somehow that it has been revived.  You won't be able to do so again, and that really sucks if you forget a month or even a year later. 

Oh, I do know that.  I have several adults that revived and they all have names that remind me not to try again.

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Hey all, there is a new (to me) type of lineage I have been seeing more of, and I don't know what to call this lineage.

 

It is an even gen, but it is not a checker, nor a purebred. It appears to be an arrow of some sort? Would you call it an even gen arrow?

 

https://dragcave.net/lineage/aEJQi

 

Characteristics seem to be: Paired parents of opposite sexes (example: in this case, the Embers are a male in one pair and a female in the other pair and vice versa with the Desipis) and bred not like a checker but like an arrow, with the second generations both being the same breed, culminating in the third generation "arrow." effect. I haven't considered how this would play out in longer lineages. ETA: At a cursory glance, it looks like it would produce an interesting wave effect: http://www.allureofnds.net/NDER/Lineage.php?dcode=aEJQi&gen=6&mate=aEJQi&style[bg]=y&style[border]=n

 

Thanks in advance. :)

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7 hours ago, Imzadi said:

This is something I've not had happen before.  On the 6th, just after midnight I did this Successfully revived (0dsiE).   It was a pygmy hatche that died and I was trying for a zombie.  But when it revived, it had over 2 days left before it would die again.  It currently has 10 hrs left.  Is this normal for revived hatchies?  

Laid on:Jan 26, 2019

Hatched on:Jan 28, 2019

Yup, hatchlings that die due to running out of time are given 2 days (in my experience) to grow up if successfully revived.

And, indeed, the "revive" option is not available if it dies again, since you've already used the action. I have a group of "survivors" to remind me not to kill them again.

Edit: Whoops, didn't notice there was a page 612. Hope there's something new in there.

 

4 hours ago, missy_ said:

Hey all, there is a new (to me) type of lineage I have been seeing more of, and I don't know what to call this lineage. [...]

I would call this an even-gen. where the breeds are mirrored. (Fold it in half vertically.) I've seen "arrow" used more often for double stairs, but it works, too, since the embers "point" left.

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2 hours ago, missy_ said:

Hey all, there is a new (to me) type of lineage I have been seeing more of, and I don't know what to call this lineage.

 

It is an even gen, but it is not a checker, nor a purebred. It appears to be an arrow of some sort? Would you call it an even gen arrow?

 

https://dragcave.net/lineage/aEJQi

 

Characteristics seem to be: Paired parents of opposite sexes (example: in this case, the Embers are a male in one pair and a female in the other pair and vice versa with the Desipis) and bred not like a checker but like an arrow, with the second generations both being the same breed, culminating in the third generation "arrow." effect. I haven't considered how this would play out in longer lineages. ETA: At a cursory glance, it looks like it would produce an interesting wave effect: http://www.allureofnds.net/NDER/Lineage.php?dcode=aEJQi&gen=6&mate=aEJQi&style[bg]=y&style[border]=n

 

Thanks in advance. :)

I would just call it an even gen.  You could also add the caveat that it has spriter's alts in the base. 

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4 hours ago, missy_ said:

Hey all, there is a new (to me) type of lineage I have been seeing more of, and I don't know what to call this lineage.

 

It is an even gen, but it is not a checker, nor a purebred. It appears to be an arrow of some sort? Would you call it an even gen arrow?

 

https://dragcave.net/lineage/aEJQi

 

Characteristics seem to be: Paired parents of opposite sexes (example: in this case, the Embers are a male in one pair and a female in the other pair and vice versa with the Desipis) and bred not like a checker but like an arrow, with the second generations both being the same breed, culminating in the third generation "arrow." effect. I haven't considered how this would play out in longer lineages. ETA: At a cursory glance, it looks like it would produce an interesting wave effect: http://www.allureofnds.net/NDER/Lineage.php?dcode=aEJQi&gen=6&mate=aEJQi&style[bg]=y&style[border]=n

 

Thanks in advance. :)

This is an arrow. It does not have to be all the same breeds like this is, just the shape.  https://dragcave.net/lineage/NdJDC

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5 hours ago, missy_ said:

Hey all, there is a new (to me) type of lineage I have been seeing more of, and I don't know what to call this lineage.

 

It is an even gen, but it is not a checker, nor a purebred. It appears to be an arrow of some sort? Would you call it an even gen arrow?

 

https://dragcave.net/lineage/aEJQi

 

Characteristics seem to be: Paired parents of opposite sexes (example: in this case, the Embers are a male in one pair and a female in the other pair and vice versa with the Desipis) and bred not like a checker but like an arrow, with the second generations both being the same breed, culminating in the third generation "arrow." effect. I haven't considered how this would play out in longer lineages. ETA: At a cursory glance, it looks like it would produce an interesting wave effect: http://www.allureofnds.net/NDER/Lineage.php?dcode=aEJQi&gen=6&mate=aEJQi&style[bg]=y&style[border]=n

 

Thanks in advance. :)

Arrow.  :P

 

 

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6 hours ago, Imzadi said:

This is an arrow. It does not have to be all the same breeds like this is, just the shape.  https://dragcave.net/lineage/NdJDC

 

Yes indeedy.

 

6 hours ago, tiny_gremlin said:

Arrow.  :P

 

 

 

Don't agree. Imzadi's is an arrow. Missy's is IMHO a mirror EG - a little like this one: https://dragcave.net/lineage/1PPim but without the hybrid complication.

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I call @missy_'s example (https://dragcave.net/lineage/aEJQi) a "V" lineage (or you could say "<", but "less than lineage" sounds weird :P).

Generally I wouldn't call any even gen an arrow, but I guess it can be seen as a (short) arrow, just like a 2nd gen can be seen as a very short stair or spiral.  :) 

 

Anyway, I like them.  :D 

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1 minute ago, Confused Cat said:

 

I call @missy_'s example (https://dragcave.net/lineage/aEJQi) a "V" lineage (or you could say "<", but "less than lineage" sounds weird :P).

Generally I wouldn't call any even gen an arrow, but I guess it can be seen as a (short) arrow, just like a 2nd gen can be seen as a very short stair or spiral.  :) 

 

Anyway, I like them.  :D 

https://dragcave.net/group/68199

 

Me too!

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How about even-gen arrow? (As opposed to arrows that aren't even-gen, like that Neglected linked above)

This question might have been a case for here, though:

 

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9am EST drop did not drop - is this normal?

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No drop at last five minute mark, not on Valentine's or any other Biome i assuem that this is not normal. Sure next hour should give us eggs again but what about people having limited time?

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Is anyone else having issues with their groups? Some of mine, like my Water Walker group, won't load at all. When I try to add dragons, it tries to load all the ones on my scroll instead of having the searchable box. Everything else works fine, cache cleared, no adblock.

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No problem here. Just added 28 dragons to a group of 711 through the group-add page so it has 739 members now.

Using Firefox.

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Yes, it does. Is it your largest group?

Tried restarting our browser?

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