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I got these two in a trade. From the dates, the parents must've been test subjects during the breeding bug period.

https://dragcave.net/lineage/dmqtC

https://dragcave.net/lineage/QD18Q

 

Shouldn't be too hard to get my pargulus pairings to breed true, but there's the matter of producing different variants.

 

On 6/4/2020 at 1:53 AM, Ruby Eyes said:

Now I'm wondering if this bred one: https://dragcave.net/lineage/fnStA will also go peachy since its code starts with the same letter XD New type of superstition!

Please don't let their colors be code based! XD 

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Uh oh. That would require backtracking all those reports to check their codes XD

 

On 5/30/2020 at 12:12 AM, Pilauli said:

Oopsie. Another f! XD

Edited by Ruby Eyes

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5 hours ago, Dirtytabs said:

I got these two in a trade. From the dates, the parents must've been test subjects during the breeding bug period.

https://dragcave.net/lineage/dmqtC

https://dragcave.net/lineage/QD18Q

 

oh! the red-tailed wyrm was indeed bred during the glitch (and autoabandoned because i didn't realize there was a breedimg glitch, so i bred what i incorrectly assumed would be a pargulus straight fo the ap). i'm so happy she found a good scroll to live on! ❤

 

back on topic, are we sure the colors aren't just random? i can't find rhyme or reason to the ones i've bred (though it's still a small sample size).1

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So far I'd guess it's a certain % of the time the Pargulus parent's colour, and otherwise a random chance at any of the 3 colours.

That's plain guessing though.

 

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7 hours ago, miaou said:

i'm so happy she found a good scroll to live on! ❤

I've named them after the parents' owner and trader - that's how happy I am to have them. :D

 

Maybe I'll compile all the results so far, but I assume for now that it's indeed a % thing, and about 2/3 of breedings produce the color of the pargulus parent, and the other 1/3 is random, while children of PB pargulus pairings are random.

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Why do I feel like pargulus is hard to breed 🤔 I was randomly breeding for the colours but got a nilia from f Green pargulus again. 

https://dragcave.net/lineage/Wkm2Q

 

Edited by Zhiyi1015

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So far I have only one miscolor. 

M Alpine Pargulus x F Volcano Pipio - Green Pargulus 

M Alpine Pargulus x F Desert Pipio - Pipio 

Those Two Resulted in a Green Offspring - Green 3G

M Volcano Pargulus x F Volcano Pipio - Red 2G Pargulus 

Im gonna try for the 3G Lineage Again, to make the 4G, then Continue the True to Color 2G 

Edited by ComatosedRoses

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when gemshards were released, i remember some players temporarily swapping lineage project eggs, to see if they could get the color they needed by having the egg hatch not on their own scroll. 

 

i don't remember the results but, being both superstitious and unlucky myself, i asked a friend with good luck to hold these until they hatched:

 

desert pargulus x cave pumpkin = green pargulus  

cave pumpkin x jungle pargulus = green pargulus 

 

this doesn't prove anything but it makes me very happy. :D

 

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M Alpine Pargulus x F Volcano Pipio - Green

M Volcano Pargulus x F Volcano Pipio - Red
F Coast Pargulus x M Volcano Pipio - From where the egg is placed in my Pargulus hatchlings, it seems this one is going to be blue. 

 

Does anyone know What M/F Alpine Pargulus x Biome would hatch a red? 

I want to make a mirror of this Lineage but in place of the Greens that hatched, I want them to be Red. 

 

Edited by ComatosedRoses

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I dont think I have yet had one pair not breed true.

 

Latest ones:

 

M coast x F Alpine Nilia = Blue

https://dragcave.net/progeny/4ksAl

 

M coast x F Desert Kyanite = Blue

https://dragcave.net/progeny/PFtXU

 

M Blue From Market x Jungle Misfit = Blue

https://dragcave.net/progeny/oxEty

 

F volcano x cave pumpkin = Red

https://dragcave.net/progeny/4F0r0

 

I could just be lucky (or would be if I kept the eggs!) 

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Embarrassing question, but do they colour differently if they're from different biomes? I've only managed to catch blues.

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M Coast Kovos × F Volcano Pargulus > Red Pargulus 

 

 

51 minutes ago, Charity322 said:

but do they colour differently if they're from different biomes

Yes. 

coast and alpine - Blue

volcano and forest - Red

Dessert and jungle - Green

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Okay, further test results: this and this

 

I had 2 blue Pargulus females, one from Coast and one from Alpine.  Bred one of them to Pipio from Volcano (biome color red) and one to Pipio from Alpine (biome color blue).  Both babies were blue.

 

I should repeat the Volcano Pipio pairing several more times, because if it is random, that would be the best way to uncover it.

 

At this point, though, I wonder whether the babies that didn't match the Pargulus parent are just an early bug of some sort.  On the other hand, I told my scroll to sort by breed (to make it easier to track down suitable breeding partners), and noticed that the Pargulus section looked like this:

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Specifically, it's sorted by color, with clumps of eggs in two different places.

 

The first of the two "red" eggs is a CB from Volcano (definitely red) and the second one is bred from a red Pargulus and a Seawyrm (hopefully red).

 

The one in the green section is bred from a red Pargulus and a Seawyrm, also, although with the genders reversed.  I was hoping it would be red, the breed sort implies that it might be green, and I'll update when it hatches.  If breed sort is indeed a reliable way to tell the egg's color in advance, that will make checking offspring easier.  (Although people abandoning miscolored eggs might become a problem, in that case.)

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22 minutes ago, Pilauli said:

At this point, though, I wonder whether the babies that didn't match the Pargulus parent are just an early bug of some sort.  On the other hand, I told my scroll to sort by breed (to make it easier to track down suitable breeding partners), and noticed that the Pargulus section looked like this:

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Pargulus-Sorting.thumb.png.5394967a1bd6f5ccfbb3a425f3d72a83.png

 

 

Specifically, it's sorted by color, with clumps of eggs in two different places.

 

The first of the two "red" eggs is a CB from Volcano (definitely red) and the second one is bred from a red Pargulus and a Seawyrm (hopefully red).

 

The one in the green section is bred from a red Pargulus and a Seawyrm, also, although with the genders reversed.  I was hoping it would be red, the breed sort implies that it might be green, and I'll update when it hatches.  If breed sort is indeed a reliable way to tell the egg's color in advance, that will make checking offspring easier.  (Although people abandoning miscolored eggs might become a problem, in that case.)

 

I recently noticed the color sorting for pargulus too & had two eggs hatch into the expected sorted color. Lime & now Citron from this lineage. So odds of using breed sort to predict color are good I think. :) 

I agree, XHiY4 will probably be green, unfortunately. :( 

Edited by Kigyptnee

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Ooh!

 

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That egg is offspring of the blue one right above it, and I'm hoping it's blue. I've incubated it so it can hatch sooner.

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4 minutes ago, Kigyptnee said:

Lime & now Citron from this lineage.

Pretty!

 

What's funny is that Blueberry and Lime are not the color of their Pargulus fathers, nor do they match their mothers' biomes, almost like they were trying to bring in as much diversity as possible.  The pattern breaks down with Citron, though.

 

And yes, I'm terribly afraid XHiY4 will be green.  Dirtytabs' JOYYb is a beautiful code, though, which seems to have a good chance of being the right color; congrats on that!

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Had a 3EG from both green parents turn out red today. And breed sort did indeed sort it as red before it hatched, as well

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