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Hi I captured 3 growlion lvl 60 2 are copper and 1 is iron, all 3 are topaz.
The problem is the ones with copper and the one with iron have identical stats.
The beasts are still in my army available for checkups, but please use someone without cold hands.
Player ID: 44290269
I found the same Problem within my pets… it looks really that the metal typ is a kind of buggy at the moment… The only conclusion I have for that ist, that the metal typ only counts when you train your pets. Caught in the wilderness obviously does not affect the metal typ. Have you already tried that out? Maybe you train both pets 5 level higher and compare them again.
Unter diesem Link, kleingedruck am oberen Rand steht, dass bei wilden Tiere immer Iron als Metal zum Zug kommt, selbst wenn zum Beispiel Silber steht. Nur wenn man es mit einem Kristall erhöht ändert sich das… das würde Sinn machen mit den von dir gefangenen Pets…
It doesn’t matter what the metal type is when you catch it, it will act as iron. It will only change if you upgrade the type of metal. For example if you catch three growlion lv 60 in the wild all their metal types will act as iron even if they say a different kind.
> *Originally posted by **[Wingman42](/forums/235/topics/317764?page=1#posts-6796215):***
> It doesn’t matter what the metal type is when you catch it, it will act as iron. It will only change if you upgrade the type of metal. For example if you catch three growlion lv 60 in the wild all their metal types will act as iron even if they say a different kind.
> I forgot to mention that if you breed the beast yourself whatever metal type it has when it’s born effects it. what I said above only applies to beasts you catch in the wild.