Breedable Spotlight: Anubis Horse & K-9

Happy Hump Day Fellow Breeders

This is the second in a series of Connections where I’ll tell you a little bit about some specific breedables and what inspired their creation. Today, I’m spotlighting the Anubis Horse & K-9.

What is Anubis?

Anubis is the Greek name of a god associated one of the most frequently represented deities in ancient Egyptian art. Usually depicted, standing or kneeling, as a canine or a man with a canine head, ears pointed. He was associated with mummification and considered a protector of graves and cemeteries.

Anubis was depicted in black, a color that symbolized regeneration, life, and the discoloration of the corpse after embalming. Being the color of the fertile silt of the River Nile, to Egyptians, black, also, symbolized fertility and the possibility of rebirth in the afterlife. Anubis’ female counterpart is Anput.

Amaretto has two breedables that pay homage to the great Anubis.

Haven Horse – Anubis

Amaretto Breedables offers a reward system called Horse Haven. When you send your Horse to Horse Haven you will receive a number of points based on the number of traits and age for a particular Horse. Once you have accumulated enough points, you can use these points to purchase an array of items from the Horse Haven Vendor such as Pet Food, Healing Kits and our unique Horse Haven Horses.

On Tuesday, July 17, 2012, we added Haven Horse – Anubis to the Horse Haven vendor. It comes in random gender with beautiful Egyptian Gold eyes.

The Haven Horse – Anubis are NOT able to pass their coats, but, the Egyptian Gold eye DOES have the ability to pass.

When you breed a Horse Haven Horse (whether it is with another Horse Haven Horse or any other horse) you DO have an increased chance at receiving a random Charmed Horse.

The non-Charmed offspring of a Haven Horse do NOT have an increased chance of producing a Charmed Horse.

Enchanted K-9 – Anubis

Enchanted K-9s are very special K-9s that can be born at random from ANY K-9 breeding combination.

Enchanted K-9s are NOT able to pass their coats, eyes or collars. However, you could get extremely lucky and birth another Enchanted K-9.

When you breed an Enchanted K-9 (whether it is with another Enchanted K-9 or any other K-9) you DO have an increased chance at receiving another random Enchanted K-9.

The non-Enchanted offspring of Enchanted K-9s do NOT have an increased chance of producing Enchanted K-9s.

Other Egyptian Inspired Horse Traits

Ankh Branding – Out to Pasture

Eye of Horus – Albino Eye

Egyptian Eyes – All NEW with the v6.01 update

Don’t delay, breed like an Egyptian today!

Until next time…HAPPY BREEDING!


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