Creation of a new Horse NFT through mysterious genetic engineering
All horses in Derby Stars can give birth to multiple foals within a set number of breeding.
A player owned horse does not have a specific gender. If you breed it as a mare, you will get a foal, and if you breed it as a stallion, you will earn a fee.
⊙ The maximum number of breeding for all horses is 10 times. ⊙ The Breed Count limit only applies when breeding as a mare.
① From your horses, select one horse to be the mare.
② Search for a stallion you want to breed through the Marketplace search.
③ After checking the cost required for breeding, click the ‘Breed’ button.
⊙ A base cost exists when breeding, which increases alongside the total number of breeding. ⊙ The owner of the selected stallion also receives a mating application fee ⊙ A horse that has given birth to a foal cannot give birth again for 168 hours (7 days).
- When someone requests to breed with their horse, breeding proceeds automatically.
- The side that requests to breed automatically becomes the mare, and the side that receives the breeding request becomes the stallion.
- When a breeding application is received, a ‘mating application fee’ is paid to the owner of the horse.
⊙ The greater the horse's rarity or ability, the higher the mating fee. ⊙ As the number of requests for mating increases, the cost of the mating fee for the horse continues to increase. ⊙ The increased mating application fee decreases slightly every 24 hours, if there are no additional breeding that takes place.
- Restriction on inbreeding to prevent genetic diseases
- Crossbreeding between parents and children is not possible.
- If either the mother or father overlaps, crossbreeding is not permitted.
- Restrictions for the mare.
- When Breeding Count reaches 10.
- If 7 days has not passed since the last birth of its foal.
- Foals cannot become a mare or stallion to breed.
- Foals automatically grow into a Horse after 72 hours.
- Derby Stars' breeding system works based on complex and sophisticated algorithms.
- There is a high probability that the foal will inherit the traits of the parent horse.
- There is a low probability that a foal that deviates from the genetic formula is born, with a mutation.
⊙ The rarity of the foal is affected by the rarity of the parent horse. ⊙ The appearance of the foal is affected by the appearance of the parent horse. (Except Unique Horses) ⊙ The color of the foal is affected by the color of the parent's horse. (Except Unique Horses) ⊙ The foal's stats are affected by the basic stats of the parent's horse. ⊙ The skills possessed by the foal are affected by the skills possessed by the parent horse.
- Once breeding completes, a ‘Soul’ is created by combining the traits of the two horses.
- After 120 hours (5 days) has passed since the birth of a Soul, you can directly click the Claim button to hatch it into a foal.
⊙ If players don't click the Claim button, it stays in the Soul state. ⊙ Click the Claim button to get a new foal NFT. ⊙ The foal is automatically grows after 72 hours (3 days) from the time of birth.
- During breeding, players must pay the breeding fee and a mating application fee.
- The total cost of breeding = Base Breeding fee + Mating Application Fee.
- Breeding fees are paid using $CRT and $DSRUN.
- CRT cost increases in proportion to the number of breeding.
- DSRUN Cost is determined by the sum of the rarities of two horses mating. ex) Common Horse(3 DSRUN) + Unique Horse(5 DSRUN) = 8 DSRUN
- The mating application fee for the stallion is paid in $CRT.
- CRT cost increases according to the following conditions:
- The number of times a stallion has received a breeding request.
- Horse Rarity of a stallion.
- Talent Grade of a stallion.
- Stallion's Special Skill Tier.
- Common Skill Tier of a Stallion.
- If players breed horses they own, breeding fee is required, but there is no separate mating application fee.
- The formula for breeding is as follows :
⊙ If the Breed Count of a stallion is 0 Mating application fee = Breeding fee + additional fee (Horse Rarity Cost + Talent Grade Cost + Special Skill Tier Cost + Common Skill Tier Cost)
⊙ If the Breed Count of a stallion is greater than 1 Mating application fee = (Breeding fee + (breeding fee * (number of breeding * weighted number of breeding) * number of breeding) + (additional fee + (additional fee * (number of breeding * weighted number of breeding) * number of breeding)