Tokens are redeemable prizes gifted or won from the RoE group. They come in many shapes and sizes, and vary in rarity. Some can be won in periodic events and others can be earned through quests at any time! They are split into a few different categories:

  • Companion Tokens – for unique or bizarre ‘pets’ or pests
  • Design Tokens – to create starter designs
  • Divine Tokens – to orchestrate an intervention of the gods themselves (RoE only)
  • Item Token – to get an item not attainable in-game (RoE only)
  • Multiple Choice Tokens – valid for any bacon purchase of the same level
  • Mutation Tokens – for changes or additions to starter bacon designs or unborn in-game fawn designs
  • Special Tokens – these tokens can only be acquired through group events and are usually the rarest form of token
  • Unlock Tokens – to unlock locked character types or character benefits such as stats or rare magic types

 

If you have won a token, it will be marked under your username in the Token Bank. When you redeem the token, it will be marked as used! Each token can only be used once. Each token has an #ID listed in the left hand column of the Token Bank Sheet, which you’ll need when redeeming it.

 

IMPORTANT: Tokens cannot be bought or sold by members for any kind of real currency (monetary, dA points, etc) except by the RoE group under specific circumstances (fundraiser, donations, etc)! Tokens can be traded for other tokens or gifted to others. They may also be traded for art, but the art has to be of a phae! If you do not want your token and would like to return it to the group, please note us with the #ID of the token and we will redistribute it.


How can I check my tokens?

If you go to our RoE Token Bank, we have a nifty look-up tool on the first tab to look up your tokens! Follow the instructions on the sheet to look them up.

Click here to go to the token bank!


How can I redeem my tokens?

All you have to do is fill out this nifty form! Please include all relevant details and describe what you are using the token for in the last comment box in great detail.

Click here to go to the token purchase form!


How can I transfer my tokens to another player?

All you have to do is fill out this nifty form! Please include all relevant details. Note that once transferred, the token cannot be transferred back unless the player you gave the token to purposefully transfers it back to you.

Click here to go to the token transfer form!


Design Tokens

Design tokens include the following types:

  • Basic Design Token – can be redeemed for one basic bacon design
  • Uncommon Design Token – can be redeemed for one uncommon design
  • Rare Design Token – can be redeemed for one rare design
  • Ultra-Rare Design Token – can be redeemed for one ultra-rare design
  • Legendary Design Token – can be redeemed for one legendary design
  • Legendary + xyz Design Token – can be redeemed for special designs worth more than legendary!

 

To redeem a design token, head over to the Bacon & Token Designs page and follow the process it outlines. 


Design Mutation Tokens

Mutation tokens allow you to add certain genes to a design before it is registered, or in some cases (specified per token) you can add certain mutations to an already approved design or even designs that already have existing characters. Tokens that can be used on existing designs/characters will be marked with a **.

 

NOTE: Mutation tokens do not purchase the design itself. You will need bacon or another token to purchase the base design and apply the mutation token(s) onto said design.

 

Coat Color Mutations

Basic Mutations

  • Winter Roan Token – can be used on unborn fawn or bacon designs to convert one roan Rn gene into one RnW gene (requires Rn to be inheritable from a parent) or to add one RnW to a not-yet-approved bacon design.
  • Wolf Sooty Token – can be used on unborn fawn or bacon designs to convert one sooty Sty gene into one StyW gene (requires Sty to be inheritable from a parent) or to add one StyW to a not-yet-approved bacon design.
  • Restricted Grey Token – can be used on unborn fawn or bacon designs to convert one grey G gene into one Gr gene (requires G to be inheritable from a parent) or to add one Gr to a not-yet-approved bacon design.
  • Extended Dun Token – can be used on unborn fawn or bacon designs to convert one dun D gene into one Dx gene (requires D to be inheritable from a parent) or to add one Dx to a not-yet-approved bacon design.

 

Uncommon Mutations

  • Mushroom Token – can be used on unborn fawn or bacon designs with an agouti gene to add mumu.
  • Taffy Token – can be used on unborn fawn or bacon designs to add the nT or TT taffy gene
  • Leucism Token – can be used on unborn fawn or bacon designs to add the ll leucism gene
  • Suppression Token – can be used on unborn fawn or a not-yet-approved bacon design to add nS or SS Suppression.
  • Melanism Token – can be used on unborn fawn or a not-yet-approved bacon design to add nM or MM Melanism.
  • Brindle Token – can be used to add brindle to an unborn fawn design or unused bacon design (requires any variation of sooty, roan or grey to be present)

 

Rare Mutations

  • Chimera Token – can be used to add chimera to an unborn fawn design or bacon design
  • Albino Token – can be used to add albinism to an unborn fawn or bacon design

 

Ultra Rare Mutations

  • White Factor Token – can be redeemed to add white factor to a not-yet-approved fawn design or not-yet-approved bacon design
  • Lilac Token – can be redeemed to add lilac (chLchL) to an unborn not-yet-approved fawn design or not-yet-approved bacon design (must not inherit a regular champagne gene Ch from either parent)
  • Watermarked Token – can be redeemed to add watermarked markings to an unborn fawn design or bacon design. Be sure to consult the design guides to reference if you need help deciding how to apply it, and what markings it affects.

Mutation Carriers

  • **Mushroom Carrier Token– can be used on design to add nmu to the genotype of a design (cannot be used on designs with an existing nmu gene)
  • **Leucism Carrier Token – can be used on design to add nl to the genotype of a design (cannot be used on designs with an existing nl gene)
  • **Watermark Carrier Token – can be used on design to add nwa to the genotype of a design (cannot be used on designs with an existing nwa gene)
  • **Pearl Carrier Token – can be used on designs to add nprl to the genotype (cannot be used on designs with nCr, CrCr or existing nprl genes)
  • **Lilac Carrier Token – can be used to add nchL to a design (with the exception of ChCh designs or nCh designs that have already bred)
  • **Simple White Facter Carrier Token – can be used on any existing design to add nwf to the geno (cannot be used on designs with an existing nwf gene)
  • **White Factor + Modifiers Carrier Token – can be used on any existing design to add nwf/npt or nwf/nlp to the geno (cannot be used on designs with an existing nwf gene)

 

Uncommon and Rare Traits

**The listed below tokens can be added to unborn fawns, in-game fawns (under 5-years-old), or starters (under 5-years-old).

 

Uncommon Ears Tokens

  • Flop Ears – caused by a lack of cartilage in the ear, causing them to flop over. They can also be oversized (up to 1.5 times the size of normal ears) or undersized (up to 0.5 times the size of normal ears).
  • Goat Ears – similar to flop ears because they are caused by a lack of cartilage in the ear. However, goat ears are 2 times the size of a normal ear and have curved tips, unlike normal ears that have a slight point. They can also be oversized (up to 3 times the size of normal ears) or undersized (the same size as normal ears).
  • Curly Ears – most similar to marwari ears on a horse. These ears curl inwards from the tips. This can be a slight curl or a strong curl. They can also be oversized (up to 1.5 times the size of normal ears) or undersized (up to 0.5 times the size of normal ears).
  • Curly Flop Ears – the combination of Flop ears and Curly ears. These ears have flopped over, but also possess the charming curly tip! They can also be oversized (up to 1.5 times the size of normal ears) or undersized (up to 0.5 times the size of normal ears).

 

Uncommon Mane Tokens

  • Bald Mane – do not grow any hair where the mane ought to be. Instead, they will have smooth fur covering their neck like a normal deer. They still have their normal furry coat and grow hair from their tail like normal.
  • Tufted Mane – long, coarse hair growing on their forehead similar to the crest of a tufted deer. This hair starts between the eyes and grows along the brow-line up into the hairline and merges with the mane. At the longest, the hair will be two or three inches over the brow-line.
  • Half-cresting Mane – covers the spine from withers to start of the tail. The neck is left smooth, similar to a bald phae’s mane. The hair is short and may appear curlier than the hair on the tail. This resembles the cresting on the kudu.
  • Full-cresting Mane – covers the entirety of the neck from the crown of the head all the way to the start of the tail. Like half-cresting, the hair is short and may appear curlier than the hair on the tail.
  • Qirin Mane – an extension of the normal mane, with hair that grows to the end of the withers up to halfway down the spine. They also grow feathering on the upper back part of the leg. These manes resemble traditional East-Asian quilins.

 

Rare Mane Tokens

  • Dragon Mane – the combination of qirin and full or half-crested manes, causing a ridge of hair down the spine, on the upper leg.
  • Royal Mane – the combination of the qirin and tufted manes, causing the growth of coarse, short hair on the forehead, as well as an extended mane, plus hair on the upper leg.
  • Spined Mane – the combination of bald and half-crested manes, causing the mane to grow in short, disconnected tufts along the back of an otherwise bald phae.
  • Half-ridged Mane – the combination of tufted and half-crested manes, causing the growth of course, short hair on the forehead, as well as a half-crested mane.
  • Accented Mane – the combination of the qirin and bald manes, causing hair to grow on the upper part of the legs. The phae will not grow a mane, and instead will have a neck covered in smooth fur like the bald mane.
  • Crowned Mane – the combination of the balf and tufted mane, causing the growth of coarse, short hair on the forehead, but no other mane. Instead, their neck will be covered in smooth fur like the bald mane.
  • Razor Mane – the combination of the bald and full-crested mane, causing the mane to grow in short, disconnected tufts along the phae’s spine from the crown of the head to the tail.
  • Ridged Mane – the combination of the tufted and full-crested mane, causing the growth of coarse, short hair on the forehead as well as a full-crested mane from the crown of the head to the start of the tail.

 

Uncommon Tail Tokens

  • Mule Deer Tail – resembles the tail of the mule deer. It is less fluffy than a whitetail deer’s tail, and instead is thin and covered in short fur except for the tip, which has a little tuft of hair like the mane. 
  • Blacktail Deer Tail – resembles the tail of a Sitka Blacktail deer. It is shorter and more rounded than a whitetail deer’s tail and only has a small amount of tail hair growing from it.
  • Lion’s Tail aka Unicorn’s Tail – resembles the tail of traditional unicorns. This tail is long and may grow hair from the base, the base and the top, or down the whole length of the tail.
  • Horse Tail – replaces a deer’s tail with that of a horse. The bone structure mimics that of a horse as well, and it will not have any fur growing along the topline, only tail hair.

 

Uncommon Height Token 

Can be used on bacon designs or fawn designs to add +0.2 hh to their max height.

 

Freakishly Tall Height Token 

Can be used on bacon designs or fawn designs to add +1.0 hh to their max height.

 

**NOTE: Mutations/trait tokens cannot be added to existing characters if they affect the appearance (phenotype) of the character, OR if the character has already bred and the mutation would have affected the inheritance of certain genes.

  • For example, if you wanted to use a Lilac Carrier Token on a stag that had nCh, turning his geno into ChchL, but the character had already had a fawn that inherited null for champagne from the sire previously then the genetics of the fawn would become impossible and the Token use would not be allowed.
  • For example, a tufted mutation could be added to a fawn under five-years-old because they could feasibly grow into the mutation over time but it could not be added to an adult as they would then spontaneously grow extra hair.

Unlock Tokens

These tokens allow you to unlock boosts, slots or create a character with a locked rank or magic type. There are limitations so please read the description carefully.

  • Stat Boost Token – unlocks a +20 stat boost to any character
  • Championship Points Token – unlocks +20 championship points to your HARPG phae
  • Universe Points Token – unlocks + 20 universe points to your OC phae
  • BA Token – redeemable to make one phae (in-game or starter) under 3-years-old a Born Advanced (automatically gains +60 magic skill points) (RoE only)
  • Adolescent BA Token – redeemable to make a Born Adept (BA) character from 4-5 years old (purchased separately from BA) (RoE only)
  • Adult BA Token – redeemable to make a Born Adept (BA) character from 5+ years old (purchased separately from BA) (RoE only)
  • Corrupted Token – redeemable to give one phae (in-game or starter) under 3-years-old (or not yet born for BA’s) the corrupted magic type of the strain they inherited. (RoE only)
  • Adolescent Corrupted Token – redeemable to make a character from 3-5 years old with corrupted magic (RoE only)
  • Adult Corrupted Token – redeemable to make a character from 5+ years old with corrupted magic (RoE only)
  • Savior Token – redeemable to save one character who has rolled for death or defect
  • Out of Herd Magic Strain Token – TBD
  • Second Magic Strain Token – TBD

Companion Tokens

These tokens allow your character to have a rare or bizarre companion without having to tame it. Typically they follow the character around, and respond to interaction as typically as that animal normally would. The personality of the companion is up to you, but remember that no companion can verbally communicate! (Except for the parrot, but he speaks garbage).

 

NOTE: Companions cannot breed unless you have two of the same companion of opposite genders. Companions’ gender will be determined on the token distribution. In order for two companions to breed, you must purchase the offspring through bacon or tokens.

 

  • Basic Companion Token – can be redeemed for one non-native small herbivore or omnivore.
  • Uncommon Companion – can be redeemed for one native medium herbivore or omnivore, or one native small carnivore.
  • Rare Companion – can be redeemed for one non-native medium herbivore or omnivore.
  • Ultra Rare Companion – can be redeemed for one native large herbivore or omnivore, or one native medium carnivore.
  • Legendary Companion – can be redeemed for one non-native medium carnivore, one non-native large herbivore or omnivore, or one native large carnivore.

 

Please see the RoE Animals to see examples and possibilities of what kind of critters are around! In order to get a non-native large carnivore, you will have to Tame one in-game.

 

**Note; Shipwreck Token Companions or Special tokens from Events may be redeemed as domesticated animals or animals which are not present in RoE. Token Companions earned from Quests must be species which are present in RoE based on the type of token. See categories of pets and what species are found in which kingdom in RoE Animals.


Divine Tokens

These tokens can be used to call the attention of the gods or perpetuate some sort of highly unlikely event. (RoE only)

  • Divine Blessing Token – redeemable for one Divine Blessing – plots must still be approved the usual way
  • Divine Curse Token – redeemable for one Divine Curse – plots must still be approved the usual way
  • Reincarnation Token – redeemable to reincarnate one character

 

These most rewardly of rewards require a lot of planning – if you’d like to purchase a Divine Blessing or Curse, please read the Divine Blessing Journal and follow the directions for submission there. The mods will need to review this carefully to make sure that it’s fair and in keeping with the way the game works, so please do not be offended if we ask for changes to the plot. We will always work hard to make sure that you can have the plot that you want for your phae, but do remember that certain things will not be possible and we may have to say no to some requests. 

 

Once your Curse/Blessing has been approved, you will be told by one of the mod team that it’s fine to go ahead. You’ll be asked to note the group again to confirm the token application, and then you can go ahead and post your blessing!


Event Only Tokens

The RoE group will annually and periodically host group events were you have the chance to win a ‘Special Event’ token. They can be redeemed for any reward listed above! But, they come with the special perk of being able to be redeemed as event only tokens like;

 

  • Healthy Twins – can be applied to a twins breeding to save mother and both fawns from death and/or defects.
  • Healthy Triplets – can be applied to a triplets breeding to save mother and all fawns from death and/or defects.
  • Skill Cap Removal Token – remove the cap from any skill that is capped
  • Shipwreck Pets – can apply one companion (domesticated animal or an animal which is not present in RoE) to a character without having to tame it.
  • Mutate – Extra Limbs (Tail/Ears/Limb/Toes) Token – use this token to add an extra limb to your character
  • Mutate – Eye color change Token – change the color of your phae’s eyes officially to a color different than their design sheet
  • +40 Stat Boost – add +40 stats to any  one stat on a character
  • +60 Stat Boost – add +60 stats to any one stat on a character
  • Specify at Redemption – can be applied to get any of the above tokens

How do I Get a Token?

Tokens may be rewarded as prizes for group contests, raffles, or events! Tokens may not be purchased with bacon, as bacon rewards can be directly purchased by members. If you want to purchase something for another player, please do so directly through bacon.

 


What do I do with Tokens I Don’t Need?

Don’t need or want the token you won? No problem! While tokens can’t be sold for any currency (including points, money, non-phae art, tokens/items/art from other ARPGs, breeding slots (other groups or phae), etc), they can be gifted or traded for phae art, other phae tokens or bacon/CP rewards. Post a journal to the group if you are looking for a token or want to trade one! If you prefer, you can also gift them to someone or return them to the group. To return a token to the group, please send us a note.

 

To transfer a token, please use the token transfer form.