|Last updated: Patch X.27.0.0|
The Pet Yard is a place to maintain and upgrade your pets, and can be accessed via the pet portal in the Nexus or Vault. There are several components within the Pet Yard, each serving a unique purpose.
In order to hatch an egg, you need to go to the pet yard. Use the pet egg in your inventory and it will hatch. Using a pet egg anywhere besides the pet yard will do nothing. Your pet yard needs to be one tier below the egg you intend to hatch (or better) in order to hatch it in your pet yard. A common tier pet yard can hatch common and uncommon eggs, but you will need to upgrade it at least once in order to hatch rare eggs.
To select the pet you want to bring along your adventures, walk up to it and click the “Follow” button that appears with the associated pet in the lower right corner of your UI. In order to make your pet stop following you, stand near it and click the “Unfollow” button. Alternatively, this action can be performed in the Pet Wardrobe, and you can use this means to select your pet if you have trouble finding the pet you want in the yard.
There are two separate interfaces in your pet yard. As mentioned before, you have the pet wardrobe, which you can use to select your active pet and change its shape to whatever you desire (provided you have the skin available, of course).
To access the pet feeding/fusing interface, walk up to the yard caretaker and click on the “Pets” tab in the lower right corner of the UI. This will open an interface such as what you’ve seen above.
The feeding tab of the interface will open up by default. You can then select the pet you want to feed on the left side of the interface, and then select up to eight items from your inventory, displayed on the lower right side of the interface, to feed your pet in any one action. Keep in mind that the cost to feed is applied to each individual item.
Once your pets are maxed to your desire, you are ready to fuse them. Open up the pet feeding/fusing interface in the manner described above. Click on the “Fuse” tab on the lower-right side of the interface. Select the pet you want to keep in the same way you would select them for feeding. The fuse tab in the lower right corner of the interface will display all of your pets (if any) that are compatible with a potential fusion into the selected pet.
Your pet yard needs to be at least one tier above the pets you intend to fuse, in order to attempt a fusion (You need an uncommon tier pet yard to fuse two common pets into an uncommon, et cetera). It is highly recommended that both your selected pet and catalyst pet have at least maxed their first ability before you fuse them. Otherwise, the resultant pet will not have as high a level cap as it could have. It is also recommended to max both pets completely, so that you save your fame or gold.
There are 5 different tiers of rarity: Common, Uncommon, Rare, Legendary, and Divine. As your pets increase in rarity, they will evolve and unlock new abilities.
Pet fusing is described in further detail on the Pet Fusing page.
In addition to providing you with the pet feeding/fusing interface, the yard caretaker will also be able to provide you with information about the workings of the pet yard. Simply click on the “Info” button for helpful information on your pet yard.
You will need to spend fame or gold in order to feed pets, fuse pets, upgrade your pet yard, and change your pet’s skin. The costs will be listed below.
|Pet Rarity||Cost (Fame)||Cost (Gold)|
|Fuse to:||Cost (Fame)||Cost (Gold)|
|Upgrade to:||Cost (Fame)||Cost (Gold)|
|Skin Change Condition||Cost (Fame)||Cost (Gold)|
|Within the Same Family||200||20|
|Changing the Pet’s Family||1000||100|