Its very sparse information out there about breeding and heredity and even nether creature. Guide mentions higher base stats. somewhere i found that each point gives +1 to level cap. So i had my party of 50s and for some reason my top stables creature was like 37. Ok i took out 6 fallen carnages 37 and went to kill to vertraags noobs domain.
But well. its still unclear to me,
- will heredity give higher base stats to creature
- will nether creature benefit from being transformed to from a creature of higher heredity. if so, how? just base stats or a cap too?
Ive played siralim 1/2. and well its not clear for me, at all. i think library/guides should explictly answer such questions.
edit: also if base stats are increased/affected by heredity, will using different creature as a mate give different bonuses, or you ll get some base +1 for 1 heredity to all stats except of mana?
also, how does increase in heredity works: i mean breading 2 lvl 50 creatures 0 heredity gives +3 heredity, breeding lv 50 + some 30 gives 1 heredity, basically, breeding lv 50 mate with lv 30 to get +1, then capping it again to 50, repeating the process…
will 2 creatures that got to +3 via different ways will have same base stats?
ie same mate same pedigree
well i bred a few 50x50, got 3 heredity, it seems it does nothing with stas, apart from giving you extra level cap.
what the whole point of the system then? to slow down player progress? or is it also rewarding in some way i dont yet see?