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Patch stopped eggs progressing?

Discussion in 'UHall' started by Bobar, Apr 7, 2010.

  1. Bobar

    Bobar Babbling Loonie
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    After the patch my chicken lizard eggs did not change yesterday and this morning they are still the same. Eggs from 2 days ago are still in the first stage of growth (small) and ones that should have matured yesterday are still moist.

    No chance of me being mistaken because feeding my chickens is the first thing I do every day and as none matured yesterday I have no room to put todays eggs in the incubator.

    Is it just me thats been affected?.
     
  2. Aurelius

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    Not just you, same for me (both on Europa, in case anyone from EA needs to check)....
     
  3. Aurelius

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    Interesting ... 12 eggs in the incubator at 10 AM, all stil at the first stage and all still moist, even though they should have progressed... so took one out and put it back in again. Checked again at 11:30, and that one had grown a stage, and become dry, but the other 11 remain the same as before.

    Something's affected their timers, wonder if any gardeners noticed oddities with the plants they had growing too?
     
  4. Bobar

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    Things are getting worse now.

    Took my eggs out and put them back this morning after about an hour all dry so i watered. Just checked again and I have dry eggs, parched eggs and a couple that have matured a day early.

    Something has badly upset the timer.

    Surely it isnt just 2 of us on Europa it has affected?
     
  5. Tina Small

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    The same thing happened to me on Lake Austin a few months ago. All you can do is try to watch those eggs (or plants) carefully on days that we get a patch.
     
  6. Spelosty

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    Hmmm, Strange.....Never seen timers get this messed up before..
     
  7. Nalynn

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    I was wondering about this. I've been away from game for about two weeks due to the computer virus from hell. When I got back on line I had 5 burnt eggs and one that was Parched. I took out all the burnt eggs and placed new eggs in the incubator, along with the parched one. They haven't progressed at all for two days. I'll try removing and replacing them, as others have suggested.
     
  8. Aurelius

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    Be careful with that though Nalynn...

    I went back to the batch in my incubator, took out and returned ten more of the eggs - and roughly two hours later, they had gone from moist first stage eggs to parched last stage before mature eggs... they seemed to be 'catching up' all the missed growth stages in very accelerated time.