Temtem: How to Breed | Temtem

In the official version 1.0 release for temtem, not only have the creature stats been updated, but also the breeding mechanics. Since raising is a much better way to get new Temtems than catching them, every player needs to know how to do it right.

This temtem gives you tips on how to breed your little friends, including tricks on how to improve each newborn creature.

Find the breeding center

The breeding center is here the north-central part of the island of Omninesia (indicated by the red square on the map above) and is the only place where you can breed Temtem. You need to pay 50 pansuns for each breeding cycle.

Once you enter the Breeding Center, talk to the Temtem Breeder NPC, who will let you combine two Temtem if they meet the following conditions:

  • Just two Temtem of the opposite sex can reproduce.
  • you must have at least one common element (e.g. water, wind, etc.).
  • The only The exception to this rule is Mimitwho is a neutral Temtem.

Breeding takes about 5-10 minutes, and hatching eggs takes another 5-45 minutes, depending on the catch rate of the specific Temtem. You can hatch an egg immediately when you buy one Incubator Ticket for 1,500 pansuns in the breeding center.

Calculating Temtem fertility rates

To limit the possible number of breeding cycles, the fertility tree has been added temtem Wild, which consists of seven branches on a stem, meaning only eight spawn cycles can be performed per Temtem.

However, not all Temtem require all eight cycles to evolve; There are certain limitations such as B. A number of unique stats (SV) that reach a maximum of 49 or 50 points in a specific Temtem stat tree available on the Temtem overview screen.

Depending on the number of exhausted SVs, the number of breeding cycles is limited as follows:

  • If a Temtem has 1-2 exhausted SVsthen the fertility rate allows no more than 7 breeding cycles (8-1).
  • If a Temtem has 3-4 exhausted SVsthen the fertility rate allows no more than 6 breeding cycles (8-2).
  • If a Temtem has 5-6 exhausted SVsthen the fertility rate allows no more than 5 breeding cycles (8-3).
  • If a Temtem has all 7 exhausted SVsthen the fertility rate allows no more than 4 breeding cycles (8-4).

Since baby Temtem’s stats are inherited from their parents, it’s logical that the most powerful Temtem simply must have fewer reproductive opportunities.

How to improve breeding

Each new Baby Temtem inherits the following traits from its parents:

  • species.
  • fertility rate (rounded).
  • individual values (rounded).

Depending on the availability of additional equipment or other conditions, the following traits may also be inherited:

  • property slots.
  • techniques.
  • Luma Chance.


If you want your newborn Temtem to be of a specific species, you must ensure that its mother has that species type in the evolutionary chain. For example, if the mother is Pocus, the baby will have the species Hocus, which is first in the evolutionary chain.

But this rule does not apply to couples with Mimit; the baby will have the father’s species.

fertility rate

This rate is rounded down by the parent with the lowest fertility rate. If a father has a fertility rate of five and a mother has a fertility rate of four, after one breeding cycle they will both have four and three, respectively.

As a result, the newborn Temtem will have a fertility rate of three, which is the lowest among parents. Unfortunately, this value cannot be improved.

individual values

The same goes for SVs; The newborn Temtem inherits the stats of the lowest SV parent with about a 40% chance for maximum and medium SVs and a 20% chance for lower SVs.

Luckily, there is special gear that can be purchased at the breeding center that can help you boost your baby’s stats, including:

  • Vitality DNA strand: 100% HP inheritance guaranteed (1,000 Pansuns).
  • Endurance DNA strand: 100% stamina inheritance guaranteed (1,000 Pansuns).
  • Supple strand of DNA: 100% guaranteed speed inheritance (1,000 Pansuns).
  • Aggressive strand of DNA: 100% Attack Inheritance Guaranteed (1,000 Pansuns).
  • Hardening strand of DNA: 100% Defense Inheritance Guaranteed (1,000 Pansuns).
  • Gifted strand of DNA: 100% Special Attack Inheritance Guaranteed (1,000 Pansuns).
  • Dominant strand of DNA: 100% Special Defense inheritance guaranteed (1,000 Pansuns).
  • Energy DNA strand: 100% HP and Stamina inheritance guaranteed (5,000 Pansuns).
  • Mighty strand of DNA: 100% attack and special attack inheritance guaranteed (5,000 Pansuns).
  • Immunity DNA strand: 100% Defense and Special Defense inheritance guaranteed (5,000 Pansuns).

property slots

A newborn Temtem cannot inherit traits from its parents unless you can afford it Constructed strand of DNA for 10,000 pansuns at the breeding center, which ensures an egg inherits one of its parent’s trait slots.


Although techniques are usually learned by each Temtem through training and leveling, make sure the breeding pair already have these techniques if you want an egg to inherit them from its parents.

luma chance

There is also a chance for an egg to produce a Luma Temtem equal to the catch rate in the wild: 1 in 10,000. If one of the parents is a Luma Temtem, then this chance increases tenfold 1 in 1,000.

If both parents are Luma Temtem, then this chance increases tenfold 1 in 100.

Related guides

That’s all you need to know to start breeding temtem. For more temtem articles with tips and tricks, go over here.

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