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ImprintedTraitPrint

A Genetic Code Template is a medium used for saving genetic information of a living companion. Kubrows and Kavats are able to store up to two genetic imprints which can be traded or sold.

Imprints are primarily used as "parents" for a baby pet. By applying two Genetic Code Templates before the incubation phase, the dominant traits of each imprint will be applied to the Kubrow.

Market and ManufacturingEdit

The blueprint can be bought for Credits6450,000 and is re-usable indefinitely on all platforms.

A crafted Genetic Code Template can also be bought on the Market for Platinum6415.

Manufacturing Requirements
Credits64
10,000
NanoSpores64
700
Circuits64
300
ControlModule64
1

Time: 6 hrs
Rush: Platinum64 5
MarketIcon Market Price: Platinum6415 Blueprint2 Blueprints Price: Credits6450,000

Imprinting Genetic InformationEdit

When constructed, Genetic Code Templates are empty. Tenno can store the genetic information of an active pet anytime after it matured. Imprinting the genetic code for a pet will take an hour and a half, but can be rushed for Platinum6410. You can only create two imprints per pet.

Stored InformationEdit

The traits mentioned below are stored by a Genetic Code template, and will be passed on to a pet when used.[1] Bear in mind that the information stored will only refer to the pet's original appearance, free of any changes to its coat colors or pattern;

  • Coat Colors (Primary, Secondary, Tertiary)
  • Coat Pattern
  • Eye Color
  • Breed
  • Build (Kubrows only)
  • Head (Kavats only)
  • Tail(s) (Kavats only)

Template IdentificationEdit

A Genetic Code Template does not contain the name of the pet type it was created after, initially making it difficult to determine the type when trading. Templates do show icons that correspond to a particular type, which can be used to identify the type of pet being traded:

IconHuras

Huras Kubrow
Sneaking with its body level.

IconRaksa

Raksa Kubrow
Sitting upright.

IconSahasa

Sahasa Kubrow
Standing on all fours with its head low.

IconSunika

Sunika Kubrow
Pouncing with its front legs in the air.

IconChesa

Chesa Kubrow
Walking and holding an item in its mouth.

IconSmeeta

Smeeta Kavat
Running.

IconAdarza

Adarza Kavat
Facing its copy

When Breeding A New PetEdit

  1. Go to the Incubator and choose the "Breeding" tab.
  2. Click the "Begin Incubation" button.
  3. Click on the empty imprint slots and add the desired imprints. You must enter two imprints; you cannot begin a combined incubation with only one imprint. However, the imprints do not need to be from the same pet; two imprints from different Kubrows or Kavats can be chosen for a chance to combine traits. Kubrow imprints cannot be used for breeding Kavats and vice versa.
  4. Click "Begin A Combined Incubation" and wait 48 hours for your new pet.

TriviaEdit

  • The screen of the template bears similarities to the results of a Gel electrophoresis test, which is appropriate given the template's function.
  • Prior to Update 14.0.5, imprints weren't a surefire way to determine the result of a Kubrow as recessive genes were taken into account. This has since been changed to remove recessive genes, ensuring the imprints contain all the used information.
  • With the initial launch of Specters of the Rail, the blueprint was unavailable in the Market. This was later corrected in Hotfix 6.
  • From Update: Specters of the Rail until Hotfix: Specters of the Rail 10, it was possible to cross-breed Kavats with Kubrows by combining a Kubrow Genetic Code Template with a Kavat Genetic Code Template, resulting in Kubrows or Kavats that, while otherwise normal, had various visual glitches such as incorrect fur textures. Players were allowed to keep the hybrids after Hotfix 10 was deployed, but any Genetic Code Templates from them cannot be used for further breeding.

ReferencesEdit



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