Is there a perfect recipe for breeding Axies? Let’s find out folks. You will require two Axies, a specific quantity of AXS, and some SLP before you can begin breeding.
In Axie Infinity, breeding entails developing and hatching an Egg in order to produce a new Axie. The creation of an Axie with the desired characteristics, such as cards, bodily parts, and class, is its primary goal. To produce a new generation, players can breed two Axies. The child Axie is born as an egg and develops into an adult after five days.
Axie Infinity: There is a limit to how many times you can Breed an Axie
There is a limit in breeding Axies before it becomes barren. The limit is in place to prevent hyperinflation of Axies. Irrespective of how many times the Axies have been bred, each time breeding an Axie will cost you AXS and several Smooth Love Potions.
Breeding Costs of Axies?
Depending on the breed count of each participant Axie, you require 0.5 AXS and a specific quantity of SLP for each breeding occurrence.
The required amount of SLP is dependent on the breed count of the two Axies being bred. Whereas the required amount of AXS is constant for all breed cases. The more Axies that are utilized for breeding, the greater the breed count, the more SLP you will need.
What is Breed Count?
The amount of times an Axie has already mated and given birth is known as the "Breed count" in Axie Infinity. An Axie can have a maximum of 7 breeds because they can only reproduce up to 7 times.
Axies can only be bred a total of seven times. The breed count is 0/7 if the Axie hasn't produced any offspring yet. Virgin Axies are axies with a breed count of 0/7. The Axie has its value deteriorate after each breed, the less the breed count the more valuable your Axie.
Keep in mind that siblings cannot reproduce together, and parents cannot reproduce with their children.
Step by Step; How to Breed Axies in Axie Infinity?
Breeding isn’t that difficult or time-consuming to do on Axie Infinity.
- Select the Axie you want to breed from your inventory. Choose "Breed" from the menu.
- You will be taken to a new window where you can choose the second Axie for your breed after being redirected.
- Select "Let's Breed!" and then select the second Axie in your inventory.
- Your Egg will appear in your inventory a little while later.
The 18 genes in each Axie are equally split throughout its 6 body sections. This indicates that there are three genes that correspond to each body part. A gene that is both dominant (D) and recessive (R1) (R2).
Each Axie's physical body parts and the corresponding skills and cards are determined by dominant genes (D). Depending on their dominance, genes can be passed down through breeding with varying probability.
Here is how genes can be determined:
Dominant (D): has a 37.5% probability of passing genetics to offspring.
Minor Recessive (R2): has a 3.125% chance of passing genetics to offspring.
Recessive (R1): has a 9.375% probability of passing genetics to offspring.
Each gene has a chance to change(mutate) in addition to the likelihood that it will be passed on to the next generation. A mutation occurs when a gene completely transforms into an entirely new, random bodily component. Genes that weren't passed down from the parents to the offspring.
The likelihood of any other gene changing is unaffected by any gene mutation. An Axie cannot have mutations in its dominant components. Additionally, it is extremely unlikely for non-pure Axies to transform into pure Axies. Mutations occur with a 10% likelihood for the 6 minor recessive genes (R1) and the 6 minor recessive genes (R2).
An Axie may display a wide range of patterns on its body. On the sides of their bodies, many Axie has the same shape but various patterns. Every Axie has a distinct color and pattern on the side of its body.
An Axie Egg hatches after 5 days. The hatching of the egg usually takes five days for which you have to wait. Choose "Morph into Adult" when the egg is ready to hatch. This option will transform your Axie into an adult, adult enough to engage in combat.
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