My first batch of Feral Norns are ready to trade. I did a twist on the
wolfling idea in that I educated the first Norns before turning them
loose to breed. The only lessons learned by the wild Norns are those
taught by the parents. These survivors would be great stock for
starting your own wolfling experiment. I keep the original in my
archives, and will trade one other copy. First come, first served.
Bring cool looking Norns, but they must be fertile, so no Grenorn
freaks. Check them at
http://www.geocities.com/SouthBeach/Sands/1937/Norn.htm. I'm now on the
In article <340B5D12...@geocities.com>, Drax <dra...@geocities.com>
Could somebody explain to me this WOLFLING stuff (ie. What's the diference
between these and normal norns) and what are FERAL norns (ie. What's the
difference between these and Wolfling/normal norns)
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>Could somebody explain to me this WOLFLING stuff (ie. What's the diference
>between these and normal norns) and what are FERAL norns (ie. What's the
>difference between these and Wolfling/normal norns)
The way I understand it, these terms describe the domestication level
of your Creatures.
WOLFLING: a norn, or a group of norn that has had no interaction with
"the hand". Reportedly, there are wolflings out there of at least 12th
generation (would like to get my hands on a pair).
FERAL: a norn, or a group of norn that has been trained to some extent
skills such as eating or speaking peopleish but has been left to go on
it's own devices at some point, with no further interaction from "the
hand". May be more typically used to refer to the untrained offspring
of domesticated parents.
Must be nice. Did you start with Highlanders/Zeus (Zueses?) or did they
just pop up naturally? I've tried wolfing runs when I get tired but no
matter how healthy or well-trained the parents are, everybody dies. :/
> At the time I was maxed out with 12 norns and
> an unhatched egg, and nobody would die! I think I'll leave the holodoc running
> to control disease next time...
That's what I'm doing wrong! I'm trying to little my little Norns do it
all naturally. Maybe I just need to inject a few more cheat COBs and I
too can survive a fourth generation on their own ;)
Gynx, Cynical Breeder ;)
Go to my page to see exactly what I used. All breeders are availible for download.
BTW yes, one of tthem did turn out to be a highlander, but only bassed ot on to one
offspring that I know of. The cool part is that her mother was my first natural born
Norn, and carrier as well. I got the mutation in one try! I actually didn't know
what I had till later.