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It makes no sense. I once thought there is one...

But I have had a few females hit rogue males. (for science, totally)

Sometimes they run away, sometimes they mate, independent of age, strenght and energy of the female. They will always go for females with no energy, but whether a female with full energy scares him away or not is random. The only defense is the spiky body. 

It does seem that old rogue males are way more likely to mate instead of running away. Some will stick to a single male... can they be gay? Are they buggy?

Alhough, I did once have an exorbitantly pretty scout, so pretty I thought him female at birth, and so did the rogues...

Anyway, does anybody know the method behind this madness? @Philo?

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Rogue Males have 2 important motivations: Lust and Fear.
Here is what it looks like in the game xD
This basically says that rogue males are scared by fire and big groups of animals.
Also, they indeed don't like spikyness. Another defense is growling at them or attacking them, which increases their fear.
The reason that old rogue males are more interested in females could be that they really stocked up a lot of lust motivation xD

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On 8/5/2018 at 3:36 PM, Philo said:

Rogue Males have 2 important motivations: Lust and Fear.
Here is what it looks like in the game xD
This basically says that rogue males are scared by fire and big groups of animals.
Also, they indeed don't like spikyness. Another defense is growling at them or attacking them, which increases their fear.
The reason that old rogue males are more interested in females could be that they really stocked up a lot of lust motivation xD

1215170952_ScreenShot2018-08-05at21_30_57.thumb.png.fef8a0137f1ad576b7343d76e41ab03b.png

84192389_ScreenShot2018-08-05at21_31_09.thumb.png.3c49f26d3402c4a346e69b71a9e322fe.png

Ohhh I like that picture. How does it look like on other creatures?

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