As a thank you to everyone who's been patient with us while updating the rabbit images, we sent out Golden Snowflakes even though the update ended up not effecting current rabbits.
These are demo versions of the Golden Snowflake. They work exactly the same, but are bound to your account.
These went out to every account over 100 exp and the number of snowflakes given is based on account level/exp.
Get Your Rabbits Updated
Hello again! It seems our new system is working great!
All rabbits should rettain their old images. However, if you want them updated, check out this thead.
It looks like the support for going forward with image updates is overwhelming, even though it may change some preexisting rabbits on the site. Thank you everyone for your feedback.
As a last ditch effort, we're trying one more time to get the old rabbit images to stay the same while being updated for new rabbits. So right now, we have the old system still set for rabbits ID 573337 and below, and the new system is in place for rabbits above ID 573337.
The main trouble here was getting modifier-changing items to work correctly with both old and new image systems simultaneously. Let us know in the bug reports forum if you have any issues.
If keeping the old rabbits the same ends up being impossible, we'll go forward with the updates to all rabbits accross the site.
The Snowflake Guide has been updated to the new system. It also has a link to the old guide for rabbits below the cutoff ID (will be removed if we have to update all rabbits).
Thank you all for your help and patience!
Color Modifier Updates
We are currently working on adding new modifiers in preparation for new snowflakes, cores, and the ability to change colors more easily.
We've been very careful to not change the colors of pre-existing rabbits. However, there are a few improvements we could make to the system that would require a possible color change on some preexisting rabbits. Mainly, this would effect chimeras, Skvaders Fullcolor rabbits, and rabbits with colored eyes (eyec).
See here for details and discussion.
If players don't want any changes, we'll revert the rabbits back to their original state. We'll be basing the consesus off of posts in the thread above!
There's a new mushroom that grows only near the Spirit Tree. When given to a parent with spirit markings, it will allow for a chance for their offspring to be born with spirit markings.
We recently cleaned up a minor behind the scenes issue for the hidden modifiers that control colors and patterns. This shouldn't cause any changes to features or rabbits on Warrenz, but let us know in the Bug Reports forum if you experience any odd effects so we can fix them right away.
Our database had the wrong number labels on modifier values (hidden mod 3 was actually hidden mod 2 in the database, 2 = 5, etc.) which made it difficult for admins to do anything with them, but this should be fixed for us now.
A special event is coming up! A new area, Meteor Lake, will be unlocked during the month of August. You'll be able to find a special creature here.
Meanwhile, there's a new item in the credit shop that can turn a bunny into this new creature. You can get it early or wait until midnight when the event will start. This item, although rare, will be findable in the new area during August.
You can now add your own custom text to your profile! Check out this new option on the settings page.
There's a new line of Seeker badges that you can claim.
Counters were added to Warrenz months ago, so if you've been sending rabbits off to the seekers before this point, you might already have some points towards these badges!
All skills now have images, including the foraging skills, which are visible where your rabbit's current skills are listed.
Predator Skill Icons
Predator fights now have a unique icon for each skill! The interface now works similarly to rabbit challenges.
There’s a new color pattern coming soon called English, which will be available in the July Pavilion area as an even color! Although they can only be found during the event, you will be able to breed them easily year-round.
There is a new pose! These ear-scratchers can be found in various areas including Snowhill and the June Beachside areas. Thank you, CarrotCube, for doing the Spirits, Wilds, and English (TBA) on these! And thank you to theverdanthare for the sketch!
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