Chickens and fruits/vegetables in grotto/overgrowth

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Chickens and fruits/vegetables in grotto/overgrowth

Postby dsdan » Sat Dec 26, 2015 5:29 am

I have noticed that:
    Chickens do not breed in the overgrowth (did not test grotto)
    Chickens disappear in the overgrowth (did not test grotto)
    Slimes disappear in the grotto (did not test overgrowth)
    Fruit trees to not bear fruit in the overgrowth (did not test grotto)

I have fully upgraded gardens/coops/corrals where applicable.

Did anyone else notice this? It is very frustrating when you have 20+ hungry tabbies.
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Re: Chickens and fruits/vegetables in grotto/overgrowth

Postby Dratini » Sat Dec 26, 2015 5:57 am

I've found the same issue in regards to the overgrowth(have only had slimes and trees in there). It seems like a common problem that the grotto also makes things disappear. No slime I kept in there remained after a little while(disappearing after sleeping).
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Re: Chickens and fruits/vegetables in grotto/overgrowth

Postby Yama » Sat Dec 26, 2015 8:19 am

I have found that nothing "interacts" in the grotto if the player isn't close by.
Slimes dont eat, chicken don't breed etc.
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^ I've found that nothing on my ranch eats if I'm sleeping

Postby SpiralRancher02 » Sat Dec 26, 2015 12:05 pm

Chickens disappearing in the Overgrowth has happened to me before.
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