All the lineage stuff to me.
As some of you know, I used to DC a couple years ago and took a long hiatus. I'm just getting back into things and I notice a lot has changed since I last played.
I notice lineage is a HUGE thing now. Last time I played, if you had a male- you clicked breed, found a female and bam. If you had a male/female pair of the same species, cool. If not, no biggie. You just found another female and clicked breed. There was no pedigree stuff.
So, can someone give me a quick summary on what is the correct way to breed now? What makes a lineage good, and what makes it bad. I see comments like "Sloppy lineage" or "The lineage is messy" and I wonder what determines a good vs. bad lineage.
Like this one
for example: Is this a good lineage? So-so? Bad? Why? And how would I go about breeding to this lineage without "messing it up" if it is a good lineage. I notice that all the embers are male and all the tinsels are female on the pedigree. So if my tinsel genders male, should I not breed it to a female ember in order to keep the lineage the way it is?
Sorry, so many questions. If there are links to explain this all, feel free to add those here for me to read too.
Gah, I feel so out of the loop.