Guide of FieldGuide #4: Adaptability, Preference and Capacity

individual data subs Guide of FieldGuide #4: Adaptability, Preference and Capacity

Adaptability

Adaptability values indicate the Asia‘s fitness to each Subs. Negative value means the Subs is harmful for the Asia while it is fuel with positive value. These values affect straight to the Asia’s vitality. An Asia that takes more Subs that are negative for that Asia will get weak or die.

Preference

Preference values indicate literally the Asia’s preference to each Subs. The higher value to a Subs an Asia has, the more possibility the Asia try to take the Subs.

Capacity

Capacity numbers indicate the Asia’s stomach capacity. Each Asia has rooms for each Subs and it doesn’t eat more than this capacity.
species subs Guide of FieldGuide #4: Adaptability, Preference and Capacity
The combination of these values draws some interesting characters on Asias. For example, some Asia may have high preference value to a Subs even if it has negative value to the Subs. This case looks similar to smokers in real world. Even if an Asia knows that is harmful for itself, it cannot quit taking it. However, that isn’t always loosers’ strategy. Those kind of individuals may take some strategies to survive and propagate that cover the disadvantage.

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