A Noctis Breeder is an individual who delicately cares for Pokemon and raises them up to proper breeding standards so that newly hatched Pokemon are healthy, happy, and strong. Breeders also participate in Contests that are located throughout the region to display their Pokemon's care, grace, and abilities in the form of a battle that is based around appeal and show.
A Breeder can:
Participate in Contest Halls
Open a Breeding Barn
Select from a different selection of starters at the Day Care Center
Provide breeding/leveling/happiness services
Can understand Pokemon, even if they are human
A Breeder can not:
Participate in Gyms
Challenge the Elite 4
To make a Breeder, simply follow the basic template as you would for creating a Trainer. A breeder will then go get their starting Pokemon at the Day Care Center rather then the Laboratory. From there, a Breeder will continue on a linear path through the region to participate in Contest Halls against an NPC challenger played by a Mod as well as in front of a series of Judges (also played by the same Mod) who will determine if you pass or not.
YOU MAY ONLY HAVE ONE BREEDER CHARACTER.
Last Edit: Dec 17, 2012 19:18:19 GMT -4 by Nekayne
A Breeding Barn is your own personal sub-board where you list the prices and circumstances around your breeding services. PM Nekayne to get your Sub-Board set up. The prices for the eggs or Pokemon you wish to sell are completely up to you. However, there are guidelines that must be followed:
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1. The Newly Bred Pokemon will be the type of the mother(female)
Just like in the games, the female donor will predict what the type of Pokemon the hatchling is. If you breed a male Pikachu and a female Rattata, the Pokemon in the egg will be a Rattata because it was the female.
2. Your breeding barn starts with a capacity of five(5)
When you first open your barn, the most eggs/Pokemon you can hold at one time is five. If you wish to upgrade, please look at the list below for the upgrade prices as well as their capacity and Pokemon upgrades that go with it.
3. Endangered Pokemon may only have two(2) eggs per month.
To keep endangered Pokemon from frolicking about the region, there is a cap on how many eggs can be given from an endangered Pokemon (assuming that the Pokemon in question is female). Only two eggs may be given per month. No more, no less. However, your barn must be a size 3 barn before you are allowed to breed Endangered Pokemon.
4. Egg moves can only be given to hatched Pokemon if one of the parents have said egg move.
Your newly hatched Eevee can't know yawn from no where. One of the parents must know the move to be able to pass it down.
5. A Pokemon may only lay one(1) egg at a time.
During that time, the female that will lay the egg cannot be bred with another Pokemon. The process of laying an egg takes three(3) days.
6. You can sell the egg WITHOUT it hatching into a Pokemon.
If you sell an egg, the trainer who has it must keep it in their party and post ten times before it hatches. If they have a Pokemon with Flame Body on their team, then this time is halved. If you wish to hatch the Pokemon at the barn before selling it, then it will take another three days to hatch.
7. It is the breeder's responsibility to give the profile of the newly hatched Pokemon.
Once the quota for hatching has been met, the breeder must provide the trainer with the newly hatched Pokemon's information. The Pokemon can be any gender, with or without personality, and must be level one.
8. The breeder can train the barn Pokemon.
If the breeder wishes to increase the value of the hatched Pokemon, they can put it on their team and train it in battles or against other trainers. You cannot, however, do this with commissioned eggs unless the trainer requests it.
Breeders can provide leveling and happiness services. Here are the guidelines:
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1. Breeders can train people's Pokemon.
If a person leaves their Pokemon in the care of a breeder, or even the Pokemon the breeder just hatched for them, the breeder may train that Pokemon for that client. To do this, you must put that Pokemon on your team and train it as you would your own. Clients must be provided with a time stamp or give one, if they so choose, and all Pokemon MUST be returned. The liquid time area is the best area to switch up your party and train.
2. Pokemon that evolve with happiness can evolve faster
If you leave your Pokemon that requires happiness to evolve with a breeder for one week, they will evolve at level 11 instead of at 22. If your Pokemon is already over level 11, they can evolve at anytime. Breeders are great with Pokemon, so they can speed up this process.