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Discussion in 'UHall' started by Lady Michelle, Nov 1, 2012.
Please make it possible to use the chicken coops to stable the turkeys. Thank you.
the first thing I tried was to put my turkey in the coop.
heh... I had wondered about it. I figured someone would try and post the results. Can you put a regular chicken in a chicken coop?
Yes you can put a regular chicken in the chicken coop.
Thanks! I never tried. Greater chickens too I suppose... Now if they would just lay eggs.
I guess that would be one way to have a house pets... you can always put 'em back in the coop. *wishes for a house cat*
hehe, ya know what i was just thinking....
how cool would the coops be if the critters that where in them came out and walked around a bit then went back in from time to time.
just like a real chicken coop.
Awesome Idea!! I was thinking of trying it the other day. I would REALLY like if we could put them in the coops.
off topic and i LOVE the idea, but what can i feed my turkeys so they will bond and how do i get the food for them?
grains and hummm...were do i get this?
They eat hay. Buy from farmers. An NPC near the soulforge in Ter Mur sells it.
I think the chickens should escape from the coop regularly and go sit on the house steps and poop on them. And they need to squack at the top of their lungs until you come give them treats.
The turkeys going in a coop would be awesome. I like the little buggers.
I don't know if you read spoilers or not, but R Traveler has put something very interesting sounding in his post (lines 12 - 16 I think). Might be something in pipeline along the lines of what you're asking, or I'm reading waaaay too much into it heh.
I think so the turkeys that come out of the gift horn once you click on it. You tame it takes a stable slot non tamers only have 4 when the turkey could be put in a chicken coop along with the chickens.
This would be awesome. Even more so with the next publish when your be able to use the grass area inside castles.
They need to fly over the walls and get out as well. And when you try and herd them, they should scatter in every direction. But if you call "chick, chick, chick" and toss out some scratch, they should run you over getting to it. Do 1 point of damage for each one that runs you over. (I look like someone beat me up some days from the claw marks.)
I'm going to train one of the new turkeys up to max. I love training the little things.