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Tamed animal ownership transfer

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    AzaanDeen3473 commented
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    Or they could add a method to select certain players that can share control of your pets.

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    Thats a good idea too. Perhaps both could be implemented.

     

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    Ela Jain commented
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    ive thought about this before and understand where your coming from. voted.

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    GrasshopperDK commented
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    It would make pet/animal shops on servers SO much easier. At the moment, I spend a few hours attaching leads to wolves, parrots, ocelots (the hardest) etc. Taking them to the shop and caging them.
    This causes the odd problem with cats. Because I can't exactly "sell" a specific colour cat?
    On friend just bought 8 cats to get her black one.
    Maybe crafting a leash and a name together? Leasing the pet, and "lashing" them to a player, similar to a pole? Would be more user friendly than specific name tag lines.
    Perhaps while holding a leashed animal, you could click on other players, as "friendly." Or perhaps again to turn off that privilege. Either way, absolutely voted, and shared!

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    DVa DVotee commented
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    Voted!! This would be awesome because people in servers could RP being dog breeders or cat breeders!

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    AceWingMan commented
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    Something must happen with the ability to untame an animal to set it free or transfer ownership.Maybe the offspring can be domesticated but not assigned to a specific owner.

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    randybray68 commented
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    Good idea.