Hatching an Isomara Egg
For an egg to hatch the egg needs to be drawn/written with, at least one of its parent(s), or if it has unknown parents the egg must be with one of the Daycare NPC's (Frio or Carmen). You may not use adoptive parents.
Not only must it must be with one or both of its biological parents or a/both daycare NPCs, you must depict them caring for the egg in some way (Warming egg, washing the egg, protecting the egg, etc.).
- Art needs to be neatly colored and lined.
- Background and shading is optional
- Literature needs to be at least 300 words in length
Note: You may not use the same art/literature that you used to adopt the egg from the Daycare.
Comment in the Import Edits journal to hatch your eggs. It can take anywhere from 1-2 weeks for your egg to hatch once the comment has been submitted.
What do Isomara Eggs Look Like?
Isomara are not limited by color or markings so all eggs look different from each other.
An Isomara egg though will reflect the colors and markings that the Isoling within will look like.
What will my Isoling Look Like When it Hatches?
Eggs reflect the colors and markings which will be on the Isoling inside.
Traits, however, cannot be guessed by observing the egg. Traits are passed down from parents.
Common traits such as the long tail and standard ears are more likely to pass if one or both parents have the traits. A cool aspect about traits in Isomara is that over time hybrid traits have appeared. For instance the Scorpio tail is a hybrid between a puff and a long tail, so if one or both parents have a long or puff tail there is a slim chance the child could have a scorpio tail.
Examples of Eggs
Q. How do I get an Isomara egg?
A. There are currently three ways to get eggs. 1) Through courtship 2) Randomly through exploring or an event 3) Through adoption at The Daycare.
Q. Do eggs go against the amount of Isomara I own?
A. No, but you will have a separate counter for Isomara Eggs. You will not be able to own more than five (5) eggs at a time.
Q. How big are Isomara eggs?
A. Isomara eggs are approximately 6-8 inches in circumference (4-5 Inches long) and weigh around 3-5 pounds.