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Peacock breeds

Peacock breeds

There are a total of 6 peacock breeds in the game - Ordinary, Red, Royal, St. Andrew, Alexander, and Nicholas. Some of them are obsolete and no longer for sale, while others can be bought and sold. And they all have their own characteristics.

Peacocks of the Common, Red and Royal breeds

Peacocks of the Common, Red and Royal breeds live 330-360 days. The life span of each peacock is determined at the time of its purchase from the State Farm Nursery. All the features of feeding, housing, and care for all three breeds are identical. The difference between the breeds is the probability of escaping a kite at grazing and the probability of obtaining a precious egg (silver or gold). The highest probability of obtaining a precious egg is in royal peacocks. Red peacocks have slightly less, and even less in common peacocks. All breeds have different state values.

The cost of peacocks at the Fair is determined by the players themselves. When buying a bird, pay attention to the remaining life span - it is listed for each peacock along with its breed and price.

At the Peacock Fair, you can also sell your birds if you no longer need them. Please note that if the peacock is in the process of grazing, it cannot be put up for sale.

You can see all of your peacocks and the lifespan of each peacock on the "My Peacocks" page.

The ledger reflects all significant events that happen to your peacocks.

Peacocks of Andreevskaya, Aleksandrovskaya, Nikolayevskaya breeds (obsolete breeds)

These peacock breeds are one of the old developments of the State Farm Biotechnology Division. They are no longer for sale and cannot be purchased anywhere else. However, some players may still have such peacocks. Peacocks of these breeds have an unlimited life span. The owners of these peacocks cannot sell them at the Fair.

All the features of feeding, housing, and care for all three breeds are identical. There is only one difference between the breeds: the likelihood of getting a precious egg (silver or gold). The highest probability of getting a precious egg is in peacocks of the Nicolai breed. The peacocks of the Alexandrovskaya breed have slightly less, and even less in the peacocks of the Andreevskaya breed. All breeds have different state values.

Andreevskaya, Aleksandrovskaya and Nikolaevskaya peacock breeds spend a lot of energy to maintain their life, that is why the egg laying rate of these breeds is much lower than that of the Ordinary, Red and Royal breeds.

Table. Older peacocks and their chances of laying a precious egg

Peacock BreedCostRelative probability of laying a precious egg
The Peacock of St. Andrew Andreevskaya1Low
Alexander's Peacock Alexandrovskaya3Medium
Nikolaev Peacock Nikolaevskaya7High

There are some other differences between this type of peacocks:

  • Peacocks of these breeds cannot be grazed in the field (they are not capable of feeding on pasture, they only need bread).
  • Elixirs cannot be applied to these peacocks.

Feeding Peacocks

Peacocks eat once a day, when they want to.

All peacocks eat bread.

  • Each peacock of the Common, Red and Royal breeds consumes 0.09 kg of bread per day.
  • Each peacock of Andreevskaya, Aleksandrovskaya and Nikolaevskaya breeds consumes 0.03 kg of bread per day.

In order to feed the peacocks, it is necessary to feed the right amount of bread in the feeder. The feeder is common to all peacocks of the same clone. If a peacock remains hungry for five consecutive days, it starves to death. Don't forget to check the food supply in the feeder regularly.