Oh! It’s byotiful! (Hah! Anyone? Oh. I only found that funny? OK.) Now I can have the stream running, leave a 24/7 private wolfling run AND play with my nurture worlds all at the same time. Thank you, Beth’s Creatures for this wonderful tutorial!
Anyway, let’s get back to the main event.
Shibuichi and Chromel continued to live their lazy, carefree lives and truthfully, I wanted to mix things up a little. However, as I perused a list of genetics to introduce, a pregnancy notification popped up!
Her parents meanwhile were getting ready for their next child, it seemed. Even though Shibuichi probably should have eaten and rested after giving birth to Nambe, she was still eager to have another egg and hounded Chromel. The poor guy only seemed to want to eat.
There was a lot of “Chromel love Shibuichi” and “Shibuichi love Chromel” and even more kissing but still no baby.
Normally, I would take advantage of the quiet to replenish food sources but the food (artificial though it was) was so abundant, I really didn’t have to do anything.
Naturally, I opted to do the next best thing – I decided to add an ettin or norn for them to befriend.
Because of the lack of organic food (explodonuts and carrots aside) I had to make sure the little guy was fed manually.
I showered him with food, asked him to express and they all complained that they wanted starch. I nagged them to eat seeds and they were fine.
While I’d hoped the three would become friends, it seemed like the two Geats were so enamoured with each other that they didn’t take any interest at all in the little Norn. Off to my Wolfling Run with poor Joel, then.
As I packed him up for his trip, Shibuichi gave birth to another girl! This time, it’s Celestrium.
Wow! She’s a better blend of her parents, appearance-wise. Still, it was time to be exported.
I’m a bit surprised that the pair suddenly became so interested in having a family but I’m happy nonetheless. I’d only wished they’d have a boy!
Still, Chromel was only 2 hours old at this point, so there was still some time left. I hardly had time to worry before Shibuichi became pregnant again, however!
Still, she is another girl. She was exported to join her sisters while I grinned and hoped a boy would come soon.
It was time to pack them up for the night, though. Things were starting to get pretty late and goodness knows these two need a break from having so many children. More next time.
Hey, have you noticed the naming theme yet? I took a page from Jessica of Discover Albia’s book and decided to name them after alloys, just like their parents. Cute, right? Duplicates are purely accidental.