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**THERE IS NO TIMER ON THE BABYBUNDLE THEY DO NOT EXPIRE**


Q: What happens to the horses after 3 days of no food do they die or go into a coma state?

A: After 72 hours without food your horse will become sick and need to be healed with a healing kit or (new with v2.0) you can place food by a sick horse and will eat until it is no longer starved, takes approximately 72 hours for the nourishment to get back down to 0 and text reading "sick" will them disappear. You will be able to tell your horse is sick because it will show in the hover text and the horse will turn green. It will go back to it’s normal appearance once it is healed. You should try to heal your horse as soon as possible so that you do not lose any time from the breeding since your horses only breed up to the age of 120.


Q: How many prims are the horses?

A: Each horse is 14-21 prims, depending on the horse, regular horse are 14, but some of the others can be up to 21, the food is 1 prim, so for 1 starter pack (4 horses) you will need 57 prims total on your land.


Q: What age is considered full grown, where the horse won’t grow any larger?

A: age 7


Q: What is the difference between the Physical, Phantom, and Off movement settings?

A: The Physical Movement Setting (which is supposed to be listed as Normal) uses a semi physical movement that the physics is only on when the horse moves and off when standing still this is to reduce collisions and lag. The Phantom Movement Setting allows the horse to move in a phantom state completely eliminating collisions all together. WARNING THE HORSE WILL BE ABLE TO GO THROUGH WALLS, AND FENCES. PLEASE SET THE RANGE APPROPRIATELY The Off Movement Setting turns off the movement completely but still allows the animations and sounds to function.



Q: How does the range settings work?

A: A: The Range is set in Meters and is the radius of a circle with the home point as the center. (The Radius of a circle is measured from the center to its edge)


Q: How will we know the horses are ill? When should we use the healing kits?

A: A: A horse will become sick if its nourishment reaches 100%. The horse will say it's sick in the hover text, the text will be red and the horse will turn green.The Healing Kit should only be used when the horse is sick


Q: Is it normal for the movement to stop after the horse has become ill?

A: Yes


Q: Will the Bundles have a Hover text?

A: Yes the bundles will have hover text that will show the stats of the baby, except for gender.In order for the bundles to display the full 22 traits available they scroll through the traits. You can turn the text off if you wish. To do so at this time you will need to use the bundle updater, available for 0L at all Amaretto Horse Stores.


Q: After “retirement” is there any point in the horse’s life that they “die” and become totally non-functional?

A: Horses breed for 120 days at which time they retire from breeding and become retired.



Q: What does “Send API” mean?

A: We established this button for 3rd party products. It sends the API to their 3rd party products over a certain channel.


Q: Will the studs fight with each other about a mare?

A: No these breedables will not fight or harm each other in any way.


Q: Some horses are dropping badly in happiness and some are down to less than 10%. Is that normal and will they recover without riding and salt lick?

A: When the horses are under age 7 there happiness does not affect anything, they will still eat and do everything else horses should do. When they reach age 7 which is breedable age then happiness will play a factor in breeding. In order to get happiness up you will have to ride them, give them sugar cubes or put a salt lick out for them.



Q: Are there hidden traits in the horses?

A: The Horses have one set of hidden traits and one set of shown traits.


Q: What, if any, are the breeds that are not the starter breeder packs that we have to work to breed for?

A: We will not tell you what the “hidden” breeds are because that would take all the fun out of it.



Q: Can I pick them up in inventory without hurting them?

A: Horses can be taken into inventory without hurting them but their hunger will rise in your inventory. So be sure to take them out of inventory before they become hungry enough to get sick.



Q: Would adding extra scripts to the horses break them?

A: You cannot add extra scripts to the horses as they are no modify. However, editing the contents of the horse will break them. Attempting to modify the horses in any way is also a violation of the Amaretto Breedables Terms of Use.


Q: I just rezzed my horse and it’s all wonky, it’s sleeping!

A: When you pick up and move a sleeping horse sometimes its prims don’t line up just right. If the horse is rested enough you can wake him/her up, if it’s too tired to wake up just give it a little while, it will be ok when it wakes up.


Q: Why do the horses legs and heads turn into spheres when they move?

A: This is due to the sculpts loading


Q: In the Hover Text will it show if the Bundle is “Charmed”

A: Yes if your bundle contains a Charmed Horse it will show in the hover text.


Q: Will the charmed horses inherit their specialty?

A: A charmed horse will increase your odds slightly of having another charmed horse but they do not pass on their specialty.


Q: Will the Charmed horses be available with the first foals already and if not… what do the parents need to be so we can breed one

A: The Charmed horses are random



Q: Can the horses be make pet-able and able to follow you around and play later down the road?

A: As of now we are striving to give you the best possible breedable we can. You can feed you horse an apple and also brush your horse at this time, using your Horse Hud


Q: Something is wrong/broken/help what do I do?

A: Open a ticket: Support


Q: I can’t advertise in the ~Amaretto Ranch~ Breedables group where do I advertise?

A: There are a lot of advertising groups out there, a good one to join is the official Amaretto group:

~Amaretto Advertising Network

Q: What is a Albino?

A: The Albino is a coat that you can get when you breed two full siblings {full siblings meaning the same father AND Mother} together. Breeding an Albino with it's sibling gets you a better chance at getting an Albino. The albinos have special eyes and they can pass those on like a normal trait. Currently there is 7 types of Albinos, Regular, Albino Clydesdale, Albino Fell Pony, Albino Shetland, and Albino Mystique, Exmoor Pony, and Albino Percheron .


Q. Can I take my pregnant horse into my inventory, and what will happen to them if I do?

A. Yes, you can take a pregnant horse into you inventory. If you leave it in your inventory for three days or more it will get sick and it will have to be healed before the pregnancy will progress.


Q. Can my bundles be Updated?

A. Yes. You can update up to 15 bundles at a time. The Bundle Updater is at all Amaretto Horse Store and is free. It can only update version 2.0 and higher, and must have "SUCCESSFUL BUNDLE" in the UUID of the bundle.


Q. Can a horse gain fervor before age 7?

A. Yes. There are two consumables that Amaretto sells that helps build fervor and they can be used starting at age 0. Passion pills increases fervor 10% and cocktails give a boost of 5%.


Q. What are LE's?

A. LE's are Limited Edition horse, released at special times and usually carry special traits that pass.The Horses have one set of hidden traits and one set of shown traits.Le's and starters are the same in that they carry the new traits from the update as in the new traits from the 4.0 update. But Le's work different when it comes to their special traits that come only from them. Example: One of the new Fall Le's drops a os with a new wing that comes only from the Le's, that wing can pass because it it shown. If the Fall Le dropped an os without any of the new traits specific to that Le then it can not pass any of those specific traits because they are not shown on the off spring. So you see this is very different then a regular starter.


Q. When can I ride my horse?

A. You can ride your horse once it reaches age 7.


Q. Do I need to feed my horse once it is retired?

A. Yes. You can put it on pet food as it no longer needs the breedable food.Amaretto has a product called Forever Foal. This takes any retired horse and turns them into a pet forever! Meaning you will never have to worry about feeding your horse as after becoming a "Forever Foal" This product can be purchased at all Amaretto Horse Stores.

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