Peacock breeds #

The game features 6 breeds of peacocks: Ordinary, Red, Royal, Andreevsky, Alexandrovsky and Nikolaevsky. Some breeds are obsolete and not for sale, others are available for purchase and sale. Each breed has unique characteristics.

Peacocks of the Ordinary, Red and Royal breeds #

Peacocks of the Ordinary, Red and Royal breeds live 330-360 days. The lifespan of each peacock is determined when purchased from the state farm nursery. All features of feeding, keeping and caring for all three breeds are identical. The difference between breeds is the chance of escaping from a dragon while grazing and the likelihood of receiving a precious egg (silver or gold). The highest chance of getting a precious egg is from royal peacocks. Red peacocks have a little less, and ordinary peacocks have even less. All breeds have different state values.

The cost of peacocks at the Fair is determined by the players themselves. When buying a bird, pay attention to the remaining lifespan - it is indicated for each peacock along with its breed and price.

At the peacock fair, you can also sell your peacocks if you no longer need them. Please note that if the peacock is in the process of grazing, it cannot be offered for sale.

On the “My Peacocks” page you can see all your peacocks and the lifespan of each of them.

The ledger reflects all significant events that happen to your peacocks.

One of the features of these peacocks is that, unlike older breeds, in addition to eggs (regular and precious), they bring black pearls.

Outdated peacock breeds #

The Andreevsky, Aleksandrovsky and Nikolaevsky breeds are outdated developments of the biotechnology department of the state farm. Peacocks of these breeds are no longer sold and cannot be purchased. One of the features of these breeds is their unlimited lifespan. However, some players still have such peacocks. These peacocks cannot be sold at the fair.

The differences between breeds are only in the likelihood of obtaining precious eggs. The highest is among the Nikolaevskys, lower among the Aleksandrovskys and even lower among the Andreevskys. All breeds have different state values.

Due to the high energy consumption to maintain their life, the egg production of these peacocks is lower than that of modern breeds.

Table. Relative Probability of Precious Eggs in Old Breeds

BreedPriceRelative probability
Andreevsky peacockAndreevsky1Low
Alexandrovsky peacockAlexandrovsky3Average
Nikolaevsky peacockNikolaevsky7High

There are also other features of these peacocks:

  • they cannot be grazed in the fields, they eat only bread;
  • Elixirs cannot be used on them.

Feeding peacocks #

Peacocks eat once a day, at their will. All types of peacocks eat bread.

Each peacock of the Ordinary, Red and Royal breeds consumes 0.09 kg of bread per day. Each peacock of the Andreevsky, Aleksandrovsky and Nikolaevsky breeds consumes 0.03 kg of bread per day.

In order to feed peacocks, you need to pour the required amount of bread into the feeder. The feeder is common to all peacocks of the same clone. If a peacock remains hungry for 5 days in a row, it will die of starvation. Remember to regularly check the feed supply in the feeder.