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Interaction Levels (Only applies to wild tokotas)Interaction levels (applies to wild tokotas only)Tokotas
So you've tamed a wild tokota. Now what?
Before you can start using him/her in group events, hunting, ice fishing, or exploration, your tokota must be at an acceptable interaction level.
Obviously, now that you've caught your tokota, he/she will not be a perfect poodle ready to perform at your whim.
Most, if not all, wild tokotas have been wild their entire lives, with little to no interaction with humans. This will often manifest in aggression, stubbornness, skittishness.
Taming is a gentle process, and does not end with simply capturing your newest companion.
So what do I do?
You will unlock the ability to use your tokota in certain group features by reaching an acceptable HP point.
There are five interaction levels:
0 / none Wild - May not be used for the activities below -
1 Volatile - Group events - *Reached at 10 HP
2 Green - Can be sold / tr
Pack InformationWILD TOKOTA PACKSTokotas
INFORMATION AND LOCATIONS
In the tokota world, there are many wild packs. Individuals also roam as loners, though all are closely monitored by the TCA's Wild Pack Safety and Preservation Bureau.
This organization keeps a close eye on pack history and trends, as well as the potential of domestication for each. As of today, there are only a few packs with enough domesticated blood to be valid prospects for taming; most of them live close enough to human villages to have experienced some deal of interaction with people, and therefore are not typically predatory or aggressive toward human beings.
Overpopulation has urged the TCA to make the tough call of allowing outsiders to come in for taming, though a close eye is also kept on this process as well.
Below are the four most prominent packs, and the only ones where individuals are allowed to be tamed.
Taming a Wild TokotaTaming wild tokotasTokotas
Taming a tokota is a dangerous, and delicate business. Due to a high concentration of domesticated blood in certain overpopulated wild packs, the TCA and local authorities have allowed the taming of certain individuals.
Taming is done at the risk of the handler, and can result in injury. The TCA takes no responsibility for these claims.
In the group's gallery, there is a folder titled "Wild tokotas."
These are the tokotas available to tame. If the tokota is not in the folder, it is not available.
Each of these individuals may be tamed by anyone, be it member, or newbie. You do not need to own a tokota in order to tame.*
To tame a tokota, you must submit a
TUTORIAL GUIDE: DESIGNING AND APPROVING PUPSTUTORIAL: Designing, uploading, and approving pups.Tokotas
There are really only two steps required from you in order to bring a new tokota into the Tokotas world.
If you're about to follow them, odds are, you own a genotype bought from either a member, or the group.
For those who don't know, your genotype outlines the genetics of your tokota, and provides a guideline for it's appearance (and the appearance of it's future offspring) in a handy string of letters.
If you're planning to design the genotype yourself, some knowledge of genetics may come in handy. For this, we recommend looking at horse genetics to give yourself a head start. Even though Tokota genetics are not entirely the same as horses or dogs, this will be useful for understanding the basics.
Step one: Designing
Remember, by default, any tokota genotypes from your b
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