Have Fun With Your Barnyard Birds!

Happy Hump Fellow Breeders!

Today, I want to share with you an interactive way to have fun with your Barnyard Birds. Did you know you can hold them or have them walk beside you? Yep, you can! Let me show you how!

First, click on your rezzed Bird to get its menu.

Select “Attach” and a sub-menu will pop up asking if you want to hold the Bird or have it walk beside you.

With either choice you make, an experience box will pop up in the top right corner of your screen asking you for your permission.

Click “Yes” and the bird will attach to your avatar. I selected “Walk beside” and when the Bird attached, its legs were slightly in the ground. To fix this you, simply, right-click on the bird and using the edit move arrows, adjust it.

Your bird is now walking beside you and ready for adventure! When you are through walking with your Birds, right-click the Bird for the pie menu and click “Detach”. The Bird will go to the Objects folder in your inventory and will be ready for you to rez back in-world.

Back at the sub-menu, if you select “Hold” for a Chicken, a sub-menu will appear asking whether it is a Chick, Hen or Rooster. Click the appropriate button.

For a Duck, it will ask if it is an Adult or Duckling. Click the appropriate button.

Your Chicken or Duck is now in your arms for you to cuddle! When you are through holding, right-click the Bird for the pie menu and click “Detach”. The Bird will go to the Objects folder in your inventory and will be ready for you to rez back in-world.

The best part about holding or walking with your Barnyard Bird is that it increases their Vivacity. As you know, Vivacity has to be 85% or higher in order for Vigor to rise. So, this is a great way to save on your Orange Rinds or Lettuce Leaves.

Just a note: All this fun can be tiring for your Barnyard Birds. Should they go into resting while attached, they will automatically detach and go to the objects folder of your inventory.

Now, get out there and enjoy some interaction with your favorite Birds!

Until next time…HAPPY BREEDING!

 

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