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Every cutie has a unique genome and its 64 genes might seem intimidating at first glance. In order to understand the genome, you must know how to decode it. These three tables represent the 64 genes that every cutie has. Every gene can have a value from "0-F". First, seven genes are reserved for system things like the update number, the animal type, nobility, promotion, and other things. Genes that influence the visual look of your cutie are called "Dominant Genes" and "Recessive Genes" one and two. "Recessive Genes" can become "Dominant Genes" when breeding two cuties. Both genomes of the parents are mixed up randomly.
When breeding occurs following things happen:
- System checks if any of the "Recessive Genes" have become dominant;
- First, there's a 4% chance that any of the "Recessive Genes #2" of the parents can become "Dominant Gene" for the child cutie;
- Second, there's a 20% chance that any of the "Recessive Genes #1" of the parents can become "Dominant Gene" for the child cutie;
- Child cuties genome is created by mixing both of the parents after the recessive genes have been checked, the "Dominant Genes" are set;
- Child's "Recessive Genes" one and two are set randomly from the parents "Recessive Genes".
Nobility can be passed on to the child from the parents if both parents are noble the chance of such occasion is 5%.