Genetic Engineering Research Center
The research center allows for research in genetic engineering. Works are now available with amber with a drop of blood inside the stone (reproduction of a dragon specimen). Read more
Construction of the Research Center
The Genetic Engineering Research Center is available for construction in Principalities with a University up to level 4. Read more
Table. The cost of building the Center for Genetic Engineering
|Type of resource||Quantity||Consumption by one builder per day|
|Wood beam||3 000||1|
To start construction work, it is sufficient to have 30% of each type of resource available, and the rest can be added as the work progresses.
The prince himself manages the supply of materials for construction and hires the necessary number of workers for the construction.
The genetic engineering center does not need periodic repairs, but it can be broken by adults. You can read more about this phenomenon below in the text section - Reproduction of a Dragon Specimen.
Table. Genetic Engineering Center repair costs
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You do not have to control the repair of the building yourself, because there is an automatic repair function.
Table. Automatic repair of the Genetic Engineering Center
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Reproduction of a dragon specimen
It is possible to reproduce a baby dragon. Researchers need 72 hours to complete this work. The sex of an emerging animal can be either male or female with equal probability. Its weight will be 25 kg if it is a male and 20 kg if it is a female.
If the Prince-owner of the Genetic Engineering Center has built the Aqueduct, he has the additional ability to perform sex change operations on the cubs of all the dragons born on his account, provided that the cubs are no more than 3 days old. A list of dragons that meet the required conditions is displayed in the corresponding section of the Center. The cost of one such operation is 50 gold pieces.
A newborn dragon can only stay in the Center until it reaches the age of 30 days. Larger individuals need much more space, namely the castle cave or the amber princely caves. The dragon must be relocated there before he turns 31 days old. If the owner of the center forgot to move the growing lizard in time, but his property has free amber caves or caves under the castle, the employees of the center will move him there themselves. Otherwise, if the dragon is not relocated, the employees of the center will not be able to cope with the large reptile and will not have access to the feeders, making the dragon even more nervous.
A nervous dragon inflicts heavy damage to the Center and attempts to leave its current habitat. More often than not, this attempt is successful, and the dragon flies free. A fledged lizard can try to settle in a free cave in a castle of the Clone Earth or in the amber caves that he likes. Of course, if the owner of the caves is against it, he can chase the dragon away. But if you tame a flying lizard by feeding it for 30 days, it will become docile and even allow the new owner to sell himself at the Dragon Fair.
After the dragon flew away, causing damage to the research center, repairs must be made, or all ongoing work will be frozen.
It is recommended to refill dragon feeders with stock. If a dragon fasts for 5 days in a row, there is a possibility that it may fly away, up to and including the 10th day of the fast. Perhaps it will show up somewhere on Clone Earth and try to settle in with a new owner, or it may disappear forever.
There is one dragon feeder built, common to dragons in the castle caves, the amber caves of the principality, and the Research Center.