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Official Llama Badge Levels:
Llama: Achieved after 1 badge
Super Llama: Achieved after 10 badges
Albino Llama: Achieved after 50 badges
Super Albino Llama: Achieved after 100 badges
Ninja Llama: Achieved after 500 badges
Fancy Llama: Achieved after 1,000 badges
King Llama: Achieved after 2,500 badges
Spartan Llama: Achieved after 5,000 badges
Wizard Llama: Achieved after 7,500 badges
Golden Llama: Achieved after 10,000 badges
Runaway Llamas: Achieved after 25,000 badges
Other Llama Badges Created By dA:
Mystery Llama: Requires ??? Llamas (This appears as the llama you haven't achieved yet here.) Birthday '18 (was available to users who colored lineart submitted to DeviantArt Related > DeviantArt Birthday > 18th Birthday)
- The following images are saved in DeviantArt's badge archive like all the others, but they were never made official llama badges.
Proud Llama (known by fans as the Rainbow Llama)
Robo Llama (or robot llama)
What You Can Give/Get:
- To give a llama to a group go to deviantart.com/GROUP-NAME-HERE/badges/llama
- You can also buy these accessories for your llama badge:Sunglasses for 80 and abowtie for 40
- Llamas can wear one or both of these accessories.
- The accessories are removable.
- You can buy sunglasses and bowties for group's llama badges! Just go to deviantart.com/GROUP-NAME-HERE/badges/llama
- The number of llamas you can receive caps out at 100,000. If someone receives 100K it will say "Has enough llamas for love" in their give menu and you won't be able to click it.
- You can give an infinite amount of llamas.
Facts About dA's Interface Involving Llamas:
- Visit this page to see your stats for just llama badges. Your badge activity includes amounts for all of your badges, not just llamas. Credit to DarkQueen43 for the info.
- Click here for a visual guide on how to find your stats.
- You can display any llama level that you've unlocked. To change your displayed llama go to your badges page and click the level you want. To change back to your highest level llama click "(unlock from this)" next to the llama level you picked.
- Only the founder can lock their group's llama level.
- If a deviant has no llamas, then a "potential llama" will be shown on their badges page.
- You can hide your llama by clicking the red x above it on your badge page.
- If you hover over someone else's llama on their profile it'll say "Llama Level: Llamas are awesome! (number of llamas received)"
- You can actually type a URL that will take you to a certain page in your badge activity.
- The URL is deviantart.com/INSERT-USERNAME-HERE/badges/?offset=0 Increase the number at the very end by 5 for each page you want to skip.
- There used to be an option to put your mood on journals along with the remaining eating, watching, etc. To add your mood you would pick from a list of emoticons. was one of them!
- If you hover over the above emoticon then it'll say "Llama...an important part of life"
- Llama badges were first introduced to the site on April 1st, 2010 as an April Fool's joke. They stuck around due to their popularity.
- I have figured out that new users are often getting llamas from users who have given out 100,000 or more. New users have a short list to sort through, and sometimes I find several who have given llamas to the same new user.
- If you block someone before giving them a llama, then you will be unable to give them a llama unless you remove the block.
- dAhub used to allow users to buy llamas at 3.75 llamas per point at donations of 100 points or more. 3 llamas per point could be purchased at donations of 20 to 99 points. This allowed for a huge discount for those who worked towards 100,000 llamas. You used to be able to buy llamas for a group as well. This made it a lot easier to reach llama goals for a group, while also getting it a promotion.
- dAhub has ceased all point services. Please refrain from donating any more points to him.
dA's Official Llama Merchandise:
dA's Official Announcements About Llamas:
You can give llamas to these unorthodox "accounts":
You need the One Click Llama Button to give llamas to these usernames. These accounts do not have traditional profiles. Some don't exist or redirect elsewhere. These "users" will not receive your llama, but it does show up in your badge activity like normal.
And here is the alphabet and numbers, some are actual accounts some are not.
You can give llamas to deactivated accounts as well:There is one way. If you have access to an unedited comment that is.
If a deactivated account doesn't appear
struck out in a comment, you can use the One Click Llama Button
to give them a llama. Technically that account won't receive it, but it shows up in your badge activity like normal.
You can try it with talkbot
on this comment.
Then check your badge activity.
Deleted groups can get llamas too:
If you find a username that was once a group then it can receive llamas using the One Click Llama Button
An example is a group I made (but then deleted) called the-gameplz
. Here is proof
that it was once a group.
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