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A Question About Maximising Births (Seemyools)

Hey there.

 

Basically I wanted to know about energy's contribution to the number of births from Seemyools.

 

I know that maximising the energy bar provides them with an extra birth, but do you also need to feed the males fish, or just the females?

 

I'm hoping to save on Fish by only having to max the female's energy.

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- Making the assumption this works the same as Turkeys.

 

The formula includes the energy percentage of both the male and female. So you want to max both. Rather than feeding fish, try using mangers in public or private paddocks instead? Much cheaper in the long run if you don't mind leaving them there for a couple of hours. 

 

http://dofuswiki.wikia.com/wiki/Manger

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Good info to know, thanks :)

 

To be fair I don't lose much from sticking my Fertile seems in a manger paddock whilst I'm raising the others, good shout.

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What Rob said, maxing only 1 parents' energy will give you a 50% chance of an extra baby.

If the second has 1k energy instead of the full 5 (assuming it doesn't have endurance) you get an extra 10% (20% of the remaining 50%), etc.

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5 minutes ago, bobeur said:

What Rob said, maxing only 1 parents' energy will give you a 50% chance of an extra baby.

If the second has 1k energy instead of the full 5 (assuming it doesn't have endurance) you get an extra 10% (20% of the remaining 50%), etc.

 

 

Hi thanks for your over engineered post. 

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You didn't explain how ok

 

also stop quoting the last post or you can consider yourself reported

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