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I also just found a Tri-Horn "hurrg" which is also a sound humans would make (e.g. when lifting heavy stuff) that would go with "arrgg" (dropped heavy stuff on foot) :lol: Want it?

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34 minutes ago, Ruby Eyes said:

Yes, except "wiene" which is short for "wie eine" = "like a" (where "a" would be the feminine form)

 

I just found a White "kkind" (caps messed), a word for both English and German XD

 

Good catch re "kind"  :)  I wasn't entirely sure about wiene, although I tended to do as @Zimtie mentioned and read it as "Vienna".  I know a little German but am a very long way from being a native speaker!

 

@Zimtie - Well, if you'd like any babies, just let me know :)  I use groups now to "store" my code dragons, and they also have a designated area on my scroll. I do have to be very conscientious about adding them to the right group(s) as they're growing, though, or there's a risk I'll forget, sort them into my scroll area and forget they're there....

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5 hours ago, Zimtie said:

And yet another question for the experts here: Who uses spreadsheets and who uses groups to keep track? I started to record my stuff with a chart but then I forget to add new dragons most of the time. Now I tried a group but then I have difficulties when searching for a code I think I have/might have somewhere.

 

I use a single group. I have a rough idea what kind of codes I have, and when hunting, I mostly know if I have an obvious breeding partner. If so, I influence the egg to match that. The browser's search function  is all I need to search the group for  specific code (or parts of it). I have about a dozen codes waiting that need specific partners. The more often you look up your dragons to partner them up the easier it gets to recall.

 

Before groups, I just browsed the "Unnamed hatchlings/adults" section, which is mostly identical to the code group because I name almost all of the other dragons.

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I have this Red Crimson that was unlucky enough to receive a code that is the first name of a mass-murderer.⚠️

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5 minutes ago, jerzeeshadow said:

I have this Red Crimson that was unlucky enough to receive a code that is the first name of a mass-murderer.⚠️

That is both intensely disturbing and an incredible code.

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I can't catch up on the new breeds I missed because I keep code hunting. XD I'll never have red Fire Gems at this rate. But it's so worth it. Check out this beautiful thing I just snatched: 

 

https://dragcave.net/lineage/gOVbS

With all the anti-government sentiment going around right now in my country, this is pretty priceless to me. I can't decide if it should be a Cool Code or a Naughty Code. Maybe it's one of the ones that goes in both groups fairly.

 

EDIT: As long as I'm here, I might as well post some of the other good ones I've gotten ahold of recently... 

 

DhiQ5

Hee hee. Not spelled correctly, but I have the mind of a six year old, so it's going into the Naughty Codes collection. (I love the new group feature! So handy for sorting out my code dragons.)

 

iOrbV

It's really a shame this one is a pygmy.  It's only a three letter word, but it's perfect. (Also, now I'm crossing my fingers for Apple to release some kind of product called the iOrb. And have its versions be labeled with Roman numerals. XD)

 

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Picked this because Gemshard, then kept him for the code, and now he's even been good enough to be the right colour.  Guess he's a keeper for sure!  :lol:

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I'm excited to breed this egg when these two co-operate. I know they don't refuse as they've done it once when I was egglocked... If that egg had a great code as well it'd be win all around I think.

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Congrats to everybody on their new codes!

 

Rally Vincent - May I ask which browser you use? I tried the search function on FireFox but it did not really help me find anything. 

 

As soon as I have decided for spreadsheet or groups (and got everything listed) I'll post details here. I will gladly breed you babies. This way I know that they are not frozen or vamped or something but taken good care of.

 

 

 

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6 hours ago, Zimtie said:

Rally Vincent - May I ask which browser you use? I tried the search function on FireFox but it did not really help me find anything.

 

I use Firefox, too. I use three letters which most often is enough to find the code I am looking for. If I am not sure if a '0' (zero) might replace an 'O' (oh), I try both same for caps-i or small L (I vs. l). For example: I know I have https://dragcave.net/lineage/OlNKk, which sadly is a small L rather than a large i. I also have a pig and a pork code dragon, who are paired, but if I wanted to breed one with 'Oink', I'd try oin and then oLn.

 

But as I said, I know most of my codes that are unpaired, that helps a lot.

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15 hours ago, Rally Vincent said:

 

I use Firefox, too. I use three letters which most often is enough to find the code I am looking for. If I am not sure if a '0' (zero) might replace an 'O' (oh), I try both same for caps-i or small L (I vs. l). For example: I know I have https://dragcave.net/lineage/OlNKk, which sadly is a small L rather than a large i. I also have a pig and a pork code dragon, who are paired, but if I wanted to breed one with 'Oink', I'd try oin and then oLn.

 

But as I said, I know most of my codes that are unpaired, that helps a lot.

 

Thank you for the fast reply. Playing with the caps did the trick. Searching for "gobi" I found nothing. Searching for "gObi" I found "GgOBI".

So... putting male and female unmated codes into different groups is out of the question. Too much searching :rolleyes:

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