Guide for FieldGuide #1: Age, Life Duration and Adult Age

individual data age1 Guide for FieldGuide #1: Age, Life Duration and Adult Age

On an individual page or species page, you’ll see “Age”, “Life Duration” and
“Adult Age” of the individual Asia or Species.

“Age” literally indicates how old the individual is, in other words, how many
Event Cycles has the Asia lived. So this is not gene information but
information of that individual.

Each Asia has its “Life Duration” in genetic code, which indicates how long an individual *possibly* lives.  This value is just a rough one, so some individuals could live longer/shorter than that age.

“Adult Age” indicates how old the individual would take a reproduction ability. Asias younger than this adult age cannot mate with another one to create offsprings, it can reproduce by agamic reproduce though.

species age Guide for FieldGuide #1: Age, Life Duration and Adult Age
On the species page, there indicated min/max/average value of Life Duration and Adult Age.
Those who could survive up to adult age can propergate its species while other species who couldn’t is going to ruin.

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