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Post by zanderwolf on Mon Jul 25, 2011 11:44 pm

Hi I'm Zanderwolf, but you can call me ZW. I like to draw dragons, wolves, and any creature I can think of!
I just landed here from Avadopts and decided to look around. I'm terrible at intros and never know what to say.
So... uh... ya. Embarassed
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Post by Drakkon on Mon Jul 25, 2011 11:47 pm

Welcome to Nyoka, Zander! (If I may call you that). I'm not really all that old here myself, but everybody's really easy to get along with and we're all just here to have a good time. c:
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Post by zanderwolf on Mon Jul 25, 2011 11:52 pm

Yes, you can call me Zander and thanks.^^
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Post by Voxezi on Tue Jul 26, 2011 1:33 am

Hello!

Welcome bot stuff:
To get alpha stages, basically the babies, click the tiny planet icon on the bottom of your page, on the black toolbar. Click on a planet [right now only Zemia, the blue one in the bottom left corner, is open] and click on a biome [there's desert, tundra, forest, grassland, water, etc]. You'll see either nothing, or three bouncing eggs. Click on an egg, if you see one. You'll then get a new alpha. If you see nothing, either refresh the page or go to a new biome. There is also a pound you can access by going to any biome and then clicking on the link in the intro paragraph. You can have a maximum of 5 alphas at a time.
To feed your alpha, click on it. It can be fed by you or others every 3 minutes and levelup every 12 hours.
There is a click thread, found in Site Discussions. Please only post Nyokan creatures.

Sorry, welcome bot information is currently invalid.

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Welcome to Nyoka, I hope to see you around!

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Post by Drakkon on Tue Jul 26, 2011 10:01 am

But Vox. :C You're the welcome-bot! We need to get you some updated info so that you may bot about again. xD

To start out, don't use internet explorer with Project Nyoka. Project Nyoka was not made to run in that web browser, so you won't get the full effect. Google Chrome, Safari, Fire Fox, and Opera are all other web browsing options if you don't know any, and are free to download. Now, I'll assume you want to get some new pets? In order to do this, click on the planet icon in your toolbar and you'll be taken to see the Nyokan Solar System. There are lots of planets there, but the only one that is open to the public at the moment is Zeima (the large blue one). Click it, and you'll be taken to a large screen showing the planet. There are several different biomes you may visit: desert, tundra, forest, grassland, and water. Each different location has its own unique creatures that live there. Upon clicking the biomes, you may see three egg icons with descriptions beneath them - if you click on one of those, you'll adopt your first new creature! If there are now creatures currently in that biome, you'll see nothing and may move backwards to choose a different one. Another option for getting new creatures is the pound. There is no commonly available direct link to the pound, and if you would like to access it, you need only visit a biome; if a creature is in the pound for adoption there will be a link to it above the usual text. Once in the pound, you may adopt by simply clicking the creature you would like. There is a limit to owning five babies at a time.

Now that you've adopted your creatures, you'd probably like to be able to see them. In order to visit your creatures, click on the eye icon in your toolbar (located to the left of the planet icon). Now that you can see all of your creatures, you need to help them grow, to quickly embed all of your creatures, click the text "Use this to help your creatures grow!" located just above the viewing screen. Once you've checkmarked the boxes of all of the creatures you wanted to click, select "BBCode" - that's what is most commonly used in forums (if BBCode isn't working on the site you're trying to put them on - switch to HTML). Now you'll see two options: level up via image and level up via click. Both have their perks and downfalls. If you select level up via image, nobody needs to click them, but they'll only obtain one level per view. If you instead choose level up via click, in order to level up they need to be clicked, but they obtain two levels per every separate click. A creature will grow from Alpha to Beta in sixty levels, from Beta to Delta in an additional forty levels, and from Delta to Omega in another sixty levels.

Here's some quick information about each creature's stage: a creature in its egg or baby stage is known as an "Alpha," once they hatch, they're known as a "Beta," when they have been gendered, they're known as a "Delta," and once they've finally reached their final stage, they're known as "Omegas." In order to reach the Omega stage, you'll have to use the previously mentioned codes to get clicks; there is a limit of sixty interactions for a creature in twenty-four hours, and one person may click it once every twelve hours. Using the level up via image option means that the creature will be able to reach the Beta stage, but will then have to wait to grow up further, whereas using the level up via click option allows it to grow into the Delta stage before reaching the daily limit. A quick note: if you visit your creature's page, there is an "actions" drop-down menu in which you may name, kill, describe, breed, bond, neotonize, or abandon your creature. Neotony means to simply freeze your creature, stopping its growth completely and abandoning simply means you'll drop it in the pound; these options are not available for Omegas. On the other hand, breeding and bonding are two options available only to Omegas. If you click "breed" a list of compatible creatures will appear and you may breed it to produce a new Alpha; "bonding" a creature essentially makes them married and they'll only breed with each other.

Now that you know the basics, a good place to get started out on clicks is the click thread in site discussions. Only Nyokan creatures are allowed to be posted there; there is another click thread for non-Nyokan creatures in General Discussion.

You can choose whether or not to use this, Vox, I tend to over-explain things. It's an option for now, though. c:
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Post by Voxezi on Tue Jul 26, 2011 3:41 pm

Drakkon wrote:But Vox. :C You're the welcome-bot! We need to get you some updated info so that you may bot about again. xD
Spoiler:

To start out, don't use internet explorer with Project Nyoka. Project Nyoka was not made to run in that web browser, so you won't get the full effect. Google Chrome, Safari, Fire Fox, and Opera are all other web browsing options if you don't know any, and are free to download. Now, I'll assume you want to get some new pets? In order to do this, click on the planet icon in your toolbar and you'll be taken to see the Nyokan Solar System. There are lots of planets there, but the only one that is open to the public at the moment is Zeima (the large blue one). Click it, and you'll be taken to a large screen showing the planet. There are several different biomes you may visit: desert, tundra, forest, grassland, and water. Each different location has its own unique creatures that live there. Upon clicking the biomes, you may see three egg icons with descriptions beneath them - if you click on one of those, you'll adopt your first new creature! If there are now creatures currently in that biome, you'll see nothing and may move backwards to choose a different one. Another option for getting new creatures is the pound. There is no commonly available direct link to the pound, and if you would like to access it, you need only visit a biome; if a creature is in the pound for adoption there will be a link to it above the usual text. Once in the pound, you may adopt by simply clicking the creature you would like. There is a limit to owning five babies at a time.

Now that you've adopted your creatures, you'd probably like to be able to see them. In order to visit your creatures, click on the eye icon in your toolbar (located to the left of the planet icon). Now that you can see all of your creatures, you need to help them grow, to quickly embed all of your creatures, click the text "Use this to help your creatures grow!" located just above the viewing screen. Once you've checkmarked the boxes of all of the creatures you wanted to click, select "BBCode" - that's what is most commonly used in forums (if BBCode isn't working on the site you're trying to put them on - switch to HTML). Now you'll see two options: level up via image and level up via click. Both have their perks and downfalls. If you select level up via image, nobody needs to click them, but they'll only obtain one level per view. If you instead choose level up via click, in order to level up they need to be clicked, but they obtain two levels per every separate click. A creature will grow from Alpha to Beta in sixty levels, from Beta to Delta in an additional forty levels, and from Delta to Omega in another sixty levels.

Here's some quick information about each creature's stage: a creature in its egg or baby stage is known as an "Alpha," once they hatch, they're known as a "Beta," when they have been gendered, they're known as a "Delta," and once they've finally reached their final stage, they're known as "Omegas." In order to reach the Omega stage, you'll have to use the previously mentioned codes to get clicks; there is a limit of sixty interactions for a creature in twenty-four hours, and one person may click it once every twelve hours. Using the level up via image option means that the creature will be able to reach the Beta stage, but will then have to wait to grow up further, whereas using the level up via click option allows it to grow into the Delta stage before reaching the daily limit. A quick note: if you visit your creature's page, there is an "actions" drop-down menu in which you may name, kill, describe, breed, bond, neotonize, or abandon your creature. Neotony means to simply freeze your creature, stopping its growth completely and abandoning simply means you'll drop it in the pound; these options are not available for Omegas. On the other hand, breeding and bonding are two options available only to Omegas. If you click "breed" a list of compatible creatures will appear and you may breed it to produce a new Alpha; "bonding" a creature essentially makes them married and they'll only breed with each other.

Now that you know the basics, a good place to get started out on clicks is the click thread in site discussions. Only Nyokan creatures are allowed to be posted there; there is another click thread for non-Nyokan creatures in General Discussion.

You can choose whether or not to use this, Vox, I tend to over-explain things. It's an option for now, though. c:
D'aww, thanks so much, Drakkon.
Much more detailed then what I used to do.
Thanks again, drakkon.

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Post by zanderwolf on Tue Jul 26, 2011 7:35 pm

Wow, that helped a lot. I'm not lost any more! XD
Thank you both greatly!^^
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