Yes, the higher the diversity (the more stars), the better–as this means you are not as closely related (which is best).Bushmeat wrote:Am I tired and mistaken, or wouldn't the lower genetic variation mean that the older female might have had a parent more closely related to the player- not less?
Regardless, the open space courtship looks fantastic
For those of you who missed it, you can check out the link to the genetics video in the description for more information about our underlying genetics logic about coat colors: kk, Kk, and KK.sophiaww wrote: I saw that when you look at a wolf it also shows there coat colors but how do you tell the difference between Kk and KK wolves?
To answer sophiaww''s question, in the game you won't know if potential mates with black coats are Kk or KK (but remember KK is rare). You will, obviously, see the coat color and be able to make a decision about whether you prefer a gray kk (which includes browns and whites) or a black wolf Kk (most likely). You will have to consider the possible risks of your own coat color plus the mate color. For example, you are a black wolf (very likely Kk) and you really like a potential black-coated possible mate (very likely Kk) with, for example, high diversity, displaying the personality you love, and rocking a facial scar or the cutest bent ear you have ever seen... Do you risk the genetic gamble that some of your pups might be KK and likely die in utero (resulting in a smaller litter)?