Archive for November, 2018

Where Did That Trait Come From?

Happy Hump Day Fellow Breeders!

Have your breedables dropped a trait you’ve never seen before? Wonder if it’s old or new? Did you know that Amaretto has a webpage that shows each and every trait for the horses, k9s, birds (chickens & ducks) and ponie pals? It’s called the Amaretto Wiki! Our constant diligence insures that the wiki pages are always current and up-to-date.

You can find the links to all five wiki pages here: http://amarettobreedables.com/pages/manuals *

On the first page of each wiki is the manual for the corresponding breedable. The manual covers all the basics you need to know for successful breeding. From that page, you can link to facts, a glossary of terms, the product price list, the point system and other vital information about your breedables.  (*For the examples, the horse pages have been used.)

Most importantly, you can link to a list of traits. Traits are arranged in chronological order (oldest to newest), broken down by category and includes a photo of each. Furthermore, these extremely informative wiki pages are searchable! The search engine provides, both, page title and page text matches.

Just enter any word from the trait you wish to find and press the search button. For instance, if you were to search by the word “fall,” here is an abbreviated list of the results:

Super simple and easy to use!

We believe part of the fun of Amaretto Breedables is staying informed and educated about our products. That is why we provide you with these amazing tools that are, always, just a mouse click away! So, use those wiki pages today!

Till next time…HAPPY BREEDING!

*Direct link to each wiki page:

https://bird.amaretto.wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page

https://duck.amaretto.wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page

https://horse.amaretto.wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page

https://k9.amaretto.wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page

https://ponie.amaretto.wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page

Bloody Branding!

Hey everyone! I hope that you guys are having a Terrific Tuesday! I know we are here at the ranch! I wanted to show off the new hidden trait that is in the 2018 Halloween Edition Horses!

The other day Marku did a connection about Bloody traits you can read up on all the different ones here:
http://amarettobreedables.com/connection/?p=17765

However, since then there has been a new Bloody trait released! That is right you now have the Bloody Branding!

Take a look at this branding isn’t it just horrific!

You can now have this Bloody Branding on all your Bloody Horses!
Where do you get one? Well you can get one from any breeding of the 2018 Halloween Edition Horses!

You can see a complete list of brandings on our wiki here:
https://horse.amaretto.wiki/index.php?title=Branding

I can’t wait to see all the Bloody Horse projects you guys will make with this brand! Happy breeding everyone this is Ava over and out!

Horse HUD Racing and Training!

Happy Monday Everyone !! I hope you all had great weekends!! Today I wanted to talk to you about the HUD and racing the Amaretto Horses.
First off lets talk about the racing hud !

THE HUD

Main Menu

Animations Menu

Racing Menu

Riding Menu

Connecting Your Horse

  1. Attach HUD
  2. Attach Horse
  3. Connect Horse to HUD by pressing Connect Button in the Main Menu of the HUD

Disconnecting Your Horse

  1. Press Disconnect button in the Main Menu of the HUD

How to Race

  1. Enter Racing Mode by clicking on Racing in the Racing Menu
  2. Move using the arrow keys or w a s d keys
  3. Toggle sprint on and off using Page Down/ or C keys (amount of sprinting time/ or stamina reservoir used for sprinting is based upon Stamina Class)
  4. Jump by Tapping Page Up/E Keys.
  5. You are now racing (Speed of horse is based upon Speed Class)
  6. Click Racing in the Racing Menu again to Exit Racing Mode

How to Train

  1. Enter Training Mode by clicking Training in the Racing Menu
  2. Select Speed or Stamina from the drop menu
  3. Move using the arrow keys or w a s d keys
  4. You are now Training your horse ( XP gain only occurs while you are moving with the horse)
  5. Click Training in the Racing Menu again to Exit Training ( Training will also end automatically when the horse has reached its daily limit based on its stamina class)
  6. You can only train your horse ONCE daily for the amount of time allotted by the Horses Class and only in one category (speed or stamina)per day.
    • Ex. I trained my Class D horse for 30 minutes on speed today so I will have to wait for 24 hours before I can train it again for stamina.

THE STATS

SPEED

Speed = The Sprinting speed of a horse.

Speed is ranked using the following Class system:

  • S = 3x Avie Run Speed (ARS) {Highest Possible Class} 50 minutes of training time
  • A = 2.5x ARS 45 minutes of training time
  • B = 2x ARS 40 minutes of training time
  • C = 1.5x ARS 35 minutes of training time
  • D = ARS {Lowest Possible Class}30 minutes of training time

Class D is where horses start

Classes S,A,B,C, and D are trainable and passable

STAMINA

Stamina = The amount of time a horse can sprint without recharging . Stamina is ranked using the following Class system:

  • S = 50s of sprinting and 50 minutes of training time
  • A = 45s of sprinting and 45 minutes of training time
  • B = 40s of sprinting and 40 minutes of training time
  • C = 35s of sprinting and 35 minutes of training time
  • D = 30s of sprinting and 30 minutes of training time

Class D is where horses start

Classes S,A,B,C, and D are trainable and passable

XP

XP is gained through training your horse in a given field (speed or stamina) to move from one class to the next you must train from 0% to 100% in the current Class of that field.

XP Gains as follows:

  • Class D gains XP @ .5% per minute of training
  • Class C gains XP @ .4% per minute of training
  • Class B Gains XP @ .3% per minute of training
  • Class A Gains XP @ .1% per minute of training

Class D is where horses start

Classes S,A,B,C, and D are trainable and passable

BREEDING

Offspring of horses with the racing trait have a chance to receive the racing trait of their parents.

The Racing traits come from breeding “Starter Coats” together or one starter with any other horse.

Please note that the Racing trait CAN be passed on.

When the Racing traits pass they can pass as the same class, one class higher, one class lower or two class’s lower. (This is based on the shown racing trait, not hidden traits)

**It is important to note that once a horse with racing traits is retired (pass the age of 120 days) not only will it be unable to breed, but you will also not be able to train or race a retired horse. **

 

Until next week Happy Breeding Everyone !

Bloody Traits

Hey Everyone 🙂

I thought it would be a good idea to look back at some of the bloody traits we have in the horses, you can put some of these or all of them onto your bloody projects!

WIKI LINK HERE

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WIKI LINK HERE

That was all from me today. See you all in the groups

Hugs Marku <3

Celebrate National Candy Day!

Hello everyone can you believe it’s November already and did you know that tomorrow is National Candy Day!!

National Candy Day is observed annually on November 4th. Candies come in numerous colors, shapes, sizes and varieties and have a long history in popular culture.

It was in the late 13th century that the Middle English word candy began to be used, coming into English from the Old French cucre candi, derived in turn from Persian Qand and Qandi, cane sugar.

People use the term candy as a broad category that includes candy bars, chocolates, licorice, sour candies, salty candies, tart candies, hard candies, taffies, gumdrops, marshmallows and much more.

Way back in time, before sugar was readily available, candy was made from honey.  The honey was used to coat fruits and flowers to preserve them or to create forms of candy.  There is still candy that is served in this way today, but it is typically seen as a garnish.

Originally a form of medicine, candy calmed the digestive system or cooled a sore throat.  At this time, combined with spices and sugar, candy only appeared in the purses and the dishes of the wealthy.

It was in the 18th century that the first candy is believed to have come to America from Britain and France.  At this time, the simplest form of candy was Rock Candy made from crystallized sugar. However, even the basic form of sugar was considered a luxury and was only attainable by the wealthy.

 

 

Since 1979, the world has produced more sugar than can be sold, making it very attainable and cheap.

When the technological advances and the availability of sugar opened up the market in the 1830s, the candy business underwent a drastic change.  Candy was not only for the enjoyment of the well to do but the pleasure of everyone.  Penny candies became popular, targeting children.

  • 1847 – Invention of the candy press making it possible to produce multiple shapes and sizes of candy at one time.
  • 1851 – Confectioners began using a revolving steam pan to assist in boiling sugar.

The two top-selling candies in America have been:

  • M & M’S — M&M’s are milk chocolate drops with a colorful candy coating on the outside. The candies were first manufactured in 1941 and were given to American soldiers serving in the Second World War. M&M’s are produced by Mars Inc.
  • Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups — Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups are round chocolate disks that are filled with a sweet, creamy peanut butter filling. The cups were first manufactured in 1928 by the Hershey’s company.

HOW TO OBSERVE
Grab a pack of your favorite candy and enjoy. Use #NationalCandyDay to post on social media.

And how about breeding some of these awesome candylicious eyes!!

Until next time this is Snookie saying have a Sweet Saturday & Sunday and Happy Breeding!!

Hello everyone and Happy Friday! Welcome to November! This year is flying by! Today I wanted to take a moment to share the November Event and ARU Calendars with you. The Amaretto events are always super fun and a great way to communicate and have a good time with staff and fellow breeders! You don’t want miss out on these events… we have been known to give away prizes every now and then! Take a look at the fun below!

November 7th @ 1pm slt- Pictionary

November 14th @ 1pm slt- Club Amaretto

November 21st @ 1pm slt- Bull Riding

November 28th @ 1pm slt- Community Meeting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Don’t forget to check out our ARU classes! They are very informative for new and seasoned breeders! Don’t miss out!

Happy breeding! Until next time…..

The winner is………….

Hello everyone I hope that everyone is enjoying there Pre-Friyay Thursday! It time to announce the winner of the LE Designer Contest!

I want to thank everyone who submitted a design and took time out to check out all the designs and vote on their vote!

So the winner is……….. #5 Entered by Blush Topaz!

Congrats Blush for submitting this awesome idea!

Amaretto is already working this horse into production! Now remember this will not be an exact copy of this submission as our designer will put her own spin on it! I am still super excited to see what this horse will look like!

You guys will be able to buy this horse in the future! Happy breeding everyone