Calah Greenleaf Sonoma Shard 



Mekela Grandier Catskills Shard 
The plant system was written on a linear scale.
Each Plant has a number 117, as there are only 17 plants in the current system.
We start the scale with the three seed types that were introduced on boglings:
Campion, Tribarrel Cactus, and Fern.
Campion is # 1 on this scale and Tribarrel Cactus is #17.
(this has been confirmed by Auger who designed the system)
The crossing result of Campion and Tribarrel Cactus
ALWAYS
equals a Fern.
Thus
the Fern is in the center of the linear chart #9
.
From this we build our linear chart as we cross to get different plants.
This chart will be added to in the future. It is known there is a whole 16
plants, 5th generation, already being
coded. So the chart will change but the basics to the linear system will
remain the same.
There is an equation that can help figure out what your outcome will be.
The equation is: parent +parent /2 =child. (A+B)/2=C
So (campion) 1 + (Fern) 9 = 10 / 2 = 5 (Lillies)
Whole numbers have exact results.
The linear formula works on only intergers (whole numbers).
There are some instances where crossing two types of plants will give you a decimal.
The system does not read the decimal.
So the way to figure out what child you will get in these instances, is to apply another formula first.
The first thing checked is if A and B are side by side on the scale.
we do this with the formula:
B=A+1 or B=A1
If one of the statements is true, then you get the 50/50 chance for either parent.
example: parent A: 14 (snake) and parent B: 15 (pear cactus)
29/2 is not a whole number.
15= 14+1 or 15=141 since the first statement is true, we stop there.
This means we will get a 50/50 chance at either parent as the resulting child.
Now, If neither of the above statements are true, as in the next example,
then you use (A+B)/2 and round down (or drop the decimal).
Parent A: ponytail palm and Parent B: pear cactus
10 (ponytail palm) + 15 (pear cactus)
15=101 or 15=10+1
Neither statement is true.
so, we would then put it in the formula (a+b)/2=child
(10+15)/2= 25/2 = 12.5
We would then just round down (or drop the decimal).
The resulting child would be 12 Century.
*Thanks to Devil_Woman for help with the math and Lyra for finding Auger's statements and making me check my results :)*
1
Campion 
2
Poppies 
3
Snowdrops 
4
Bulrush 
5
Lillies 
6
Pampas grass 
7
Rushes 
8
Elephant Ear 
9
Fern 
10
Ponytail Palm 
11
Small Palm 
12
Century 
13
Water Plant 
14
Snake Plant 
15
Prickly Pear Cactus 
16
Barrel Cactus 
17
Tribarrel Cactus 
Parents 
Campion 
Fern 
Tribarrel Cactus 
Lillies 
Water Plant 
Snowdrops 
Rushes 
Small Palm 
Pricky Pear Cactus 
Poppies 
Bulrush 
Pampas Grass 
Elephant Ear 
Ponytail Palm 
Century 
Snake 
Barrel Cactus 
Campion 

Fern 

Tribarrel Cactus 

Lillies 

Water Plant 

Snowdrops 

Rushes 

Small Palm 

Prickly Pear Cactus 
1. click on the flower symbol on the main menu of the plant you want to collect pollen from.
2. click the pollen button on the bottom.
3. target the plant you want the pollen to go to and click.
Note down the two parents, so you can remember what the child will be from the resulting cross.
Seeds from cross pollinated plants will not be tagged with a name only a color.
Only those that are self pollinated will have a name and color attached.
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