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Features of a Dogamí

⚡️Collections

Each dog is part of a unique collection! A collection is named according to two criteria :
  • Year of creation : 2022 is the Alpha Collection.
  • Mint number of the year : The first mint is the Series 1.
For example, the very first Mint of DOGAMÍ is the Alpha - Series 1. The next one will be the Alpha - Series 2.

🐕 Generations

In the beginning, DOGAMÍ releases Generation-0. Generation-0 will be limited to 800 Dogamí per breed and will build the original population for these breeds. The subsequent population growth per breed is dependent on the breeding of these original dogs.
Generation-0 DOGAMÍ will have the capacity to breed more than the other generation. More details about breeding can be found here.

🐶 Rarity Tier

Every breed will have four different Rarity Tiers. Upon minting the NFTs, players will experience a special unboxing event and will be randomly assigned a Dogamí.
NFTs sold during normal sales will be split within four different Rarity Tiers following the distribution below:
Rarity Tier
Probability
🥉 Bronze
60%
🥈
Silver
30%
🥇
Gold
8%
💎
Diamond
2%
The overall Rarity Score of your Dogamí (which is part of the Dogamí Score) is not only determined by the Rarity Tier, but also by his/her Fur Color, Eye Color, Personality (dominant & recessive), and Generation.
The Rarity Score will be calculated based on the number of occurrences of specific traits within the entire population of Dogamí NFTs.

🎭 Dogamí Personality

In addition to the Stats, every Dogamí is born with so called ‘Personalities’, a dominant one and a recessive one. Dogamí Personalities can be transmitted through breeding and will have an impact on your future offspring. The full list consists of 30 different personalities, which have different rarities and have different effects on the Stats. Some may increase certain Stats and decrease others, therefore offering a tradeoff. Their effect will vary depending on their class. The Personalities are equally distributed over all Rarity Tiers. The three classes of personalities are:
  • Super Rare (5%)
  • Rare (20%)
  • Common (75%)
Personality
Class
% Occurence
Cool
Common
5%
Funny
Common
5%
Gentle
Common
5%
Jolly
Common
5%
Lazy
Common
5%
Naive
Common
5%
Needy
Common
5%
Playful
Common
5%
Shy
Common
5%
Stubborn
Common
5%
Talkative
Common
5%
Curious
Common
5%
Devoted
Common
5%
Foodie
Common
5%
Charming
Common
5%
Brave
Rare
2%
Emotional
Rare
2%
Independent
Rare
2%
Adventurer
Rare
2%
Loyal
Rare
2%
Precious
Rare
2%
Serious
Rare
2%
Zen
Rare
2%
Dramaqueen
Rare
2%
Protector
Rare
2%
Badass
Super Rare
1%
Eccentric
Super Rare
1%
Fashionista
Super Rare
1%
Leader
Super Rare
1%
Dreamer
Super Rare
1%

🍀 Dog Groups

As per AKC classification, Dogamí breeds will be split according to the 7 major dog groups. Source
  • Sporting: "Sporting Dogs are naturally active and alert. Known for their superior instincts in water and woodland areas, they are similar to Hound Dogs and make well-rounded companions." Ex: Golden Retriever
  • Non-Sporting: "Diverse in backgrounds and places of origin. In this category you will find dogs who no longer perform the duties for which they were originally bred. They are largely sought after as companion animals". Ex: Shiba Inu
  • Toy: "Toy dogs are their own version of working dogs, they work hard at being attentive and affectionate companions". Ex: Spitz Pomeranian
  • Herding: "Their natural intelligence and responsiveness makes them highly trainable. Today, some herding breeds are commonly trained for police work". Ex: German Shepherd
  • Working: "Regarded as blue-collar workers, they were developed to assist humans in some capacity. They are known for their imposing stature, strength and intelligence". Ex: Great Dane
  • Hound: "Hound Dogs were bred to assist hunters in the capture and retrieval of feathered game. Known for their explosive speed, powerful noses and wide vision". Ex: Beagle
  • Terrier: "Were first bred to go underground and pursue rodents or other vermin. They can be playful pets and enthusiastic companions. However, training terrier dogs may be challenging because of their stubbornness". Ex: Fox Terrier
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⚡️Collections
🐕 Generations
🐶 Rarity Tier
🎭 Dogamí Personality
🍀 Dog Groups