Temtem game guide focuses on How Breeding Works. Breeding is the method of creating new Temtem Eggs by putting two compatible Temtem together. This guide will give you how breeding works We hope that this guide will help you.
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Temtem players have chosen their starting temtem and spent some time adventuring, they will find themselves able to breed their creatures.
In Temtem, breeding gives players another avenue to obtain a specific creature. Without getting too far into the details of the ‘birds and the bees’, so to speak, players looking to breed can begin with two Temtem parents that share a type in order to start breeding them. Once players have two, they can take them to a Temtem breeding center.
How Breeding Temtem Works
Though you can put any two Temtem in the Breeding Center, you’ll have to put the right ones in to get them to breed successfully: the game refers to this two Temtem being “compatible.” To be compatible, Temtem need to fulfil certain conditions.
The two Temtem must share a type, but only need to share one. For example, Babawa (which is Nature and Water type) is compatible with Saipat (Water and Melee), because they are both Water.
The two Temtem need to be different genders. As the Temtem Breeder explains it: “Otherwise they might have fun, but you won’t get an egg.”
Both Temtem need to be fertile. Represented by a flower on your Tempedia, every time a Temtem is involved in breeding, the flower loses a petal. Once the petals are all gone, the Temtem is infertile and can’t be used for breeding anymore. The game’s mechanics ensure that Temtem with higher stats tend to be less fertile.
If you put two Temtem of the same “evolutionary line” that also meet the criteria above, the following process will actually be sped up somewhat. Evolutionary line refers to families of Temtem linked by evolution. For example, the Fire-type Raiber evolves into Raize, which evolves into Raican. Raiber, Raize and Raican therefore are all part of the same evolutionary line.
Where to Find a Breeding Center
Currently the only Breeding Center available in the game is found on the Canopath/Route 5, just after leaving Nanga and going into the volcanic Omninesia islands, close to the “Free the Temtem! Regional Center.”
Inside, you’ll find a large open green space with numerous Temtem roaming about. On the right is a shopkeeper who will sell you items for breeding, and on the left is the Temtem breeder himself, a bald man behind a counter. You can go to him for an explanation of what Temtem breeding involves, or submit them for breeding if you’re so inclined. We’ll explain what happens next below.
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