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Optimizing Code 19 Rewards

I’ve been trying to maximize my chances to get 10 pt Code 19s, as well as the ones that will give me lots of DNA particularly if I get a perfect score (not easy for me, but I get better all the time!) Been trying to figure out the difference in the rewards if you leave more creatures in the paddock vs. leveling them up but also interested if anyone else has tried to optimize their park for Code 19s vs. coins. As often my best coin producers are some of the lowest Code 19 rewards (commons). I have started to move these all into one area of my park so when the Code 19s go live I can stash them, and then put them all back out again once it’s done (as it’s too many to just leave stashed all the time, until I get to a point that I have enough that serve both purposes). This has really been benefiting me with a lot more 10 pt and high DNA Code 19s each day. I’m now regularly getting more 10 pt ones than not, and farming quite a lot of DNA.

I’ve started to record the rewards possible and what the paddock has at the time so over time I should have more data about the change in DNA rewards based on what numbers and levels are in the paddock. But one thing I did notice is that what it tells you is the max DNA possible actually isn’t even possible to get. It seems to not include additional bonuses you get for getting a perfect score, so you can only either get under or above the amount listed. Frustrating, as if I make a mistake (which on the 10 pt ones in particular I probably do 50% of the time), I don’t know what the maximum amount even is!

Anyone else ever try tracking this data? Particular for anything that gets better than 5 pts, 90 DNA which seems to be a common amount for a lot of the paddocks.

Of course I have it tracked :wink:

Its a lot of data, I stopped after a while as it got a bit unruly and I noticed there was not a huge difference in the amount of rewards you would get and the amount of paddocks you would have to store vs the amount of SDNA and DNA didn’t seem to out weigh the time cost, but that was when it was capped at three Code 19s a day.

I could not find a specific threshold but here is what my data says, SDNA and DNA seems to be based on the total ferocity of your paddock while the experience portion seems to be based on the number of creatures in the paddock, but this is not a constant through out the paddocks…

Lots of data below (hit the limit for a post so I am doing it in two posts)

Paddock Type Dino40 H Dino40 A Dino40 Fer Dino40 Count Dino30 H Dino30 A Dino30 Fer Dino30 Count Dino20 H Dino20 A Dino20 Fer Dino20 Count Dino10 H Dino10 A Dino10 Fer Dino10 Count Total Ferocity Total Creatures Experience SDNA DNA Actual available # of Moves
Coloborhynchus Common - 3 - - - 1 - - - 4 220 5 25 35
Bonitasaura Common 263 67 477 2 186 48 340 1 122 31 221 1 71 18 129 1 1,644 5 220 5 25 35
Argentinosaurus Common 281 72 511 3 199 51 362 - 130 33 236 1 76 19 137 - 1,769 4 220 5 25 35
Argentinosaurus Common 281 72 511 3 199 51 362 - 130 33 236 1 76 19 137 1 1,906 5 220 5 25 35
Guanlong Common 255 80 511 6 180 56 359 - 118 37 236 - 69 22 139 - 3,066 6 220 5 30 50
Alanqa Common 217 83 483 6 154 59 343 1 101 38 223 - 59 22 129 1 3,370 8 220 5 30 50
Guanlong Common 255 80 511 5 180 56 359 1 118 37 236 1 69 22 139 2 3,428 9 725 5 65 90
Guanlong Common 255 80 511 6 180 56 359 - 118 37 236 1 69 22 139 1 3,441 8 725 5 65 90
Alanqa Common 217 83 483 6 154 59 343 1 101 38 223 1 59 22 129 - 3,464 8 725 5 65 90
Alanqa Common 217 83 483 7 154 59 343 - 101 38 223 1 59 22 129 - 3,604 8 725 5 65 90
Alanqa Common 217 83 483 7 154 59 343 1 101 38 223 - 59 22 129 - 3,724 8 725 5 65 90
Tropeognathus Common 260 81 519 7 184 58 370 - 121 38 243 1 71 22 141 1 4,017 9 725 5 65 90
Tropeognathus Common 260 81 519 7 184 58 370 1 121 38 243 - 71 22 141 1 4,144 9 725 5 65 90
Majungasaurus Common 224 86 499 7 158 60 350 1 104 40 232 1 61 23 135 1 4,210 10 725 5 65 90
Limnoscelis Common 266 68 484 9 188 48 342 1 123 31 222 - 72 18 130 - 4,698 10 725 5 65 90
Labyrintyodontia Common 236 90 524 8 167 64 372 1 110 42 244 - 64 24 141 1 4,705 10 725 5 90 115 29
Labyrinthodontia Common 236 90 524 8 167 64 372 1 110 42 244 1 64 24 141 - 4,808 10 725 5 90 115 29
Limnoscelis Common 266 68 484 9 188 48 342 1 123 31 222 1 72 18 130 1 5,050 12 725 5 90 115 29
Triceratops Common 274 70 498 9 194 49 351 1 127 32 229 1 74 19 135 1 5,197 12 725 5 90 115 29
Labrinthosaurus Common Hybrid 1,170 404 2,463 1 827 286 1,742 - 543 187 1,141 - 317 109 666 - 2,463 1 220 5 25 35
Limnorhynchus Common Hybrid 1,096 343 2,194 1 775 242 1,549 - 508 159 1,017 1 297 93 595 - 3,211 2 725 5 65 90
Labrinthosaurus Common Hybrid 1,170 404 2,463 1 827 286 1,742 1 543 187 1,141 - 317 109 666 - 4,205 2 725 5 65 90
Pelecanipteryx Common Hybrid 1,294 494 2,875 1 915 349 2,032 - 600 229 1,333 1 350 134 779 - 4,208 2 725 5 90 115 29
Labrinthosaurus Common Hybrid 1,170 404 2,463 1 827 286 1,742 1 543 187 1,141 - 317 109 666 1 4,871 3 3,155 5 275
Pelecanipteryx Common Hybrid 1,294 494 2,875 1 915 349 2,032 1 600 229 1,333 - 350 134 779 - 4,907 2 725 5 90 115 29
Pelecanipteryx Common Hybrid 1,294 494 2,875 1 915 349 2,032 - 600 229 1,333 1 350 134 779 1 4,987 3 3,155 5 275 400
Giganotosaurus Rare 476 122 866 3 337 86 612 - 221 56 400 - 129 33 235 - 2,598 3 220 5 25 35
Pyroraptor Rare 448 171 995 3 317 121 704 - 208 79 461 - 121 46 268 1 3,253 4 725 5 65 90
Ophiacodon Rare 379 277 1,265 2 268 195 892 - 176 128 586 1 103 75 343 1 3,459 4 725 5 65 90
Diplodocus Rare 527 135 959 3 372 95 676 1 244 62 442 - 143 36 258 - 3,553 4 725 5 65 90
Diplodocus Rare 527 135 959 3 372 95 676 - 244 62 442 1 143 36 258 1 3,577 5 725 5 65 90
Tyrannotitan Rare 408 156 907 4 288 110 640 - 189 72 419 - 110 42 244 - 3,628 4 725 5 65 90
Tyrannotitan Rare 408 156 907 4 288 110 640 - 189 72 419 1 110 42 244 - 4,047 5 725 5 65 90
Monolophosaurus Rare 689 215 1,377 2 487 152 973 1 320 100 640 - 187 58 373 1 4,100 4 725 5 90 115 29
Pachycephalosaurus Rare 452 141 903 4 319 100 639 - 210 65 418 1 122 38 244 1 4,274 6 725 5 90 115 29
Tyrannotitan Rare 408 156 907 4 288 110 640 - 189 72 419 1 110 42 244 1 4,291 6 725 5 90 115 29
Dsungaripterus Rare 386 148 860 5 273 104 606 - 179 68 397 - 105 40 233 1 4,533 6 725 5 65
Corythosaurus Rare 531 136 966 4 375 96 682 1 246 63 448 - 144 37 262 - 4,546 5 725 5 65
Irritator Rare 400 153 890 4 283 108 629 1 185 71 412 1 108 41 239 - 4,601 6 725 5 90 115 29
Dilophosaurus Rare 396 151 879 5 280 107 622 - 184 70 408 - 107 41 238 1 4,633 6 725 5 90 115 29
Tapejara Rare 428 134 857 5 302 94 603 - 198 62 396 1 116 36 231 - 4,681 6 725 5 65 90
Dsungaripterus Rare 386 148 860 5 273 104 606 - 179 68 397 1 105 40 233 - 4,697 6 725 5 65 90
Tapejara Rare 428 134 857 5 302 94 603 - 198 62 396 1 116 36 231 1 4,912 7 725 5 90 115 29
Irritator Rare 400 153 890 5 283 108 629 1 185 71 412 - 108 41 239 - 5,079 6 725 5 90 115 29
Carnotaurus Rare 419 160 931 5 296 113 658 - 194 74 431 1 114 43 252 - 5,086 6 725 5 90 115 29
Corythosaurus Rare 531 136 966 5 375 96 682 - 246 63 448 - 144 37 262 1 5,092 6 725 5 90 115 29
Rhamphorhynchus Rare 575 180 1,151 3 406 127 812 1 266 83 532 1 156 49 313 1 5,110 6 725 5 90 115 29
Tyrannotitan Rare 408 156 907 4 288 110 640 1 189 72 419 1 110 42 244 2 5,175 8 3,155 5 275 400
Corythosaurus Rare 531 136 966 4 375 96 682 1 246 63 448 1 144 37 262 1 5,256 7 725 5 90 115 29
Diplodocus Rare 527 135 959 3 372 95 676 1 244 62 442 1 143 36 258 5 5,285 10 3,155 5 275 400 30
Carnotaurus Rare 419 160 931 5 296 113 658 - 194 74 431 1 114 43 252 1 5,338 7 725 5 90 115 29
Nundasuchus Rare 632 162 1,150 4 447 114 812 1 293 75 533 - 171 44 312 - 5,412 5 725 5 90 115 29
Rhamphorhynchus Rare 575 180 1,151 4 406 127 812 1 266 83 532 - 156 49 313 - 5,416 5 725 5 90 115 29
Nundasuchus Rare 632 162 1,150 4 447 114 812 - 293 75 533 1 171 44 312 1 5,445 6 725 5 90 115 29
Allosaurus Rare 440 138 882 6 311 97 621 - 204 64 409 1 119 37 237 - 5,701 7 725 5 90 115 29
Rhamphorhynchus Rare 575 180 1,151 4 406 127 812 1 266 83 532 - 156 49 313 1 5,729 6 725 5 90 115 29
Corythosaurus Rare 531 136 966 5 375 96 682 1 246 63 448 - 144 37 262 1 5,774 7 725 5 90 115 29
Rhamphorhynchus Rare 575 180 1,151 5 406 127 812 - 266 83 532 1 156 49 313 4 7,539 10 3,155 8 225 600 31
Koolasuchus Rare 467 146 934 8 330 103 660 - 217 68 435 - 126 40 254 1 7,726 9 3,155 5 275 400 29
Koolasuchus Rare 467 146 934 7 330 103 660 1 217 68 435 1 126 40 254 1 7,887 10 3,155 5 275 400 29
Koolasuchus Rare 467 146 934 8 330 103 660 - 217 68 435 1 126 40 254 - 7,907 9 3,155 5 275 400 29
Gallimimus Rare 396 151 879 8 280 107 622 1 184 70 408 1 107 41 238 - 8,062 10 3,155 5 275 400 29
Koolasuchus Rare 467 146 934 9 330 103 660 1 217 68 435 - 126 40 254 - 9,066 10 3,155 5 275 400
Gallimimus Rare 396 151 879 9 280 107 622 1 184 70 408 1 107 41 238 1 9,179 12 3,155 5 275 400 29
Pachyceratops Rare Hybrid 2,511 642 4,565 - 1,775 454 3,228 1 1,164 298 2,118 2 680 174 1,237 - 7,464 3 7,090 8 305 390 30
Pachyceratops Rare Hybrid 2,511 642 4,565 1 1,775 454 3,228 - 1,164 298 2,118 1 680 174 1,237 1 7,920 3 7,090 8 305 390 30
Nundagosaurus Rare Hybrid 2,328 595 4,232 - 1,646 421 2,993 1 1,080 276 1,963 2 630 161 1,145 1 8,064 4 7,090 10 275
Pachyceratops Rare Hybrid 2,511 642 4,565 1 1,775 454 3,228 - 1,164 298 2,118 - 680 174 1,237 3 8,276 4 7,090 10 305 390 30
Tapejalosaurus Rare Hybrid 3,007 940 6,015 1 2,125 664 4,250 1 1,394 436 2,789 - 814 254 1,627 - 10,265 2 3,155 8 225 600 31
Tapejalosaurus Rare Hybrid 3,007 940 6,015 - 2,125 664 4,250 1 1,394 436 2,789 2 814 254 1,627 1 11,455 4 7,090 10 230 395 31
Tapejalosaurus Rare Hybrid 3,007 940 6,015 1 2,125 664 4,250 1 1,394 436 2,789 - 814 254 1,627 1 11,892 3 7,090 10 230 395 31
Nundagosaurus Rare Hybrid 2,328 595 4,232 1 1,646 421 2,993 2 1,080 276 1,963 1 630 161 1,145 - 12,181 4 7,090 10 230 395 31
Tapejalosaurus Rare Hybrid 3,007 940 6,015 1 2,125 664 4,250 1 1,394 436 2,789 1 814 254 1,627 - 13,054 3 7,090 10 230 395 31
Carnoraptor Rare Hybrid 2,498 954 5,551 1 1,765 674 3,922 1 1,158 442 2,572 1 676 258 1,502 1 13,547 4 7,090 10 305 390 30
Diplotator Rare Hybrid 1,691 584 3,560 1 1,195 413 2,517 2 784 271 1,651 3 458 158 964 2 15,475 8 7,090 10 230 395 31
Tapejalosaurus Rare Hybrid 3,007 940 6,015 1 2,125 664 4,250 2 1,394 436 2,789 1 814 254 1,627 1 18,931 5 7,090 10 230 395 31
Carnoraptor Rare Hybrid 2,498 954 5,551 1 1,765 674 3,922 3 1,158 442 2,572 1 676 258 1,502 1 21,391 6 19,850 10 490 680 30
Diplosuchus Rare S-Hybrid 3,415 1,410 7,927 - 2,820 1,187 6,618 1 2,264 953 5,314 1 1,702 716 3,993 1 15,925 3 7,090 10 230 395 31
Diplosuchus Rare S-Hybrid 3,415 1,410 7,927 - 2,820 1,187 6,618 1 2,264 953 5,314 6 1,702 716 3,993 2 46,488 9 19,850 10 390 770 31
Kaprosuchus Super Rare 1,245 209 1,914 1 880 148 1,354 - 577 97 887 1 337 57 519 1 3,320 3 725 5 90 115 29
Supersaurus Super Rare 969 248 1,763 1 685 175 1,245 1 449 115 817 - 262 67 476 1 3,484 3 725 5 90 115 29
Rajasaurus Super Rare 881 275 1,761 1 623 195 1,247 1 408 128 818 - 238 75 478 1 3,486 3 725 5 90 115 29
Spinosaurus Super Rare 978 250 1,778 2 691 177 1,257 - 453 116 824 - 265 68 483 - 3,556 2 220 5 30 50
Velociraptor Super Rare 800 306 1,779 2 565 216 1,256 - 371 142 825 - 217 83 483 - 3,558 2 220 5 30 50
Supersaurus Super Rare 969 248 1,763 1 685 175 1,245 1 449 115 817 1 262 67 476 - 3,825 3 725 5 90 115 29
Spinosaurus Super Rare 978 250 1,778 2 691 177 1,257 - 453 116 824 - 265 68 483 1 4,039 3 725 5 90 115 29
Metriorhynchus Super Rare 793 303 1,763 2 560 214 1,245 - 368 140 816 1 215 82 477 - 4,342 3 725 5 90 115 29
Spinosaurus Super Rare 978 250 1,778 1 691 177 1,257 1 453 116 824 1 265 68 483 1 4,342 4 725 5 90 115 29
Velociraptor Super Rare 800 306 1,779 2 565 216 1,256 - 371 142 825 1 217 83 483 - 4,383 3 725 5 90 115 29
Aerotitan Super Rare 689 359 1,838 2 487 254 1,300 - 320 167 854 1 187 97 497 - 4,530 3 725 5 90 115 29
Kaprosuchus Super Rare 1,245 209 1,914 1 880 148 1,354 1 577 97 887 1 337 57 519 1 4,674 4 3,155 5 275
Euoplocephalus Super Rare 969 248 1,763 2 685 175 1,245 1 449 115 817 - 262 67 476 1 5,247 4 725 5 90 115 29
Quetzalcoatlus Super Rare 891 278 1,781 2 629 197 1,259 1 413 129 826 - 241 75 481 1 5,302 4 725 5 90 115 29
Metriorhynchus Super Rare 793 303 1,763 2 560 214 1,245 1 368 140 816 - 215 82 477 2 5,725 5 3,155 5 275 400
Velociraptor Super Rare 800 306 1,779 3 565 216 1,256 - 371 142 825 1 217 83 483 1 6,645 5 3,155 5 275
Euoplocephalus Super Rare 969 248 1,763 3 685 175 1,245 - 449 115 817 - 262 67 476 5 7,669 8 7,090 8 305 390 30
Ankylosaurus Super Rare 1,011 259 1,840 3 715 183 1,301 1 469 120 853 1 274 70 498 - 7,674 5 3,155 5 275
Aerotitan Super Rare 689 359 1,838 2 487 254 1,300 - 320 167 854 4 187 97 497 2 8,086 8 7,090 8 230 395 31
Ankylosaurus Super Rare 1,011 259 1,840 3 715 183 1,301 1 469 120 853 1 274 70 498 1 8,172 6 3,155 8 275
Parasaura Super Rare Hybrid 2,677 684 4,866 - 1,892 484 3,441 1 1,241 317 2,255 - 725 185 1,317 - 3,441 1 725 5 65
Giganocephalus Super Rare Hybrid 3,053 636 5,088 - 2,158 450 3,598 - 1,415 295 2,359 1 826 172 1,376 1 3,735 2 3,155 5 275
Metrialong Super Rare Hybrid 2,502 956 5,561 1 1,768 675 3,928 - 1,160 443 2,578 - 677 259 1,506 - 5,561 1 725 5 90 115 29
Metrialong Super Rare Hybrid 2,502 956 5,561 - 1,768 675 3,928 1 1,160 443 2,578 1 677 259 1,506 - 6,506 2 3,155 8 275 525
Ankylodocus Super Rare Hybrid 3,318 1,037 6,636 1 2,345 733 4,691 - 1,538 481 3,077 - 898 281 1,797 - 6,636 1 725 5 90 115 29
Tropeogopterus Super Rare Hybrid 2,109 805 4,685 - 1,490 569 3,311 1 978 373 2,172 1 571 218 1,269 1 6,752 3 7,090 8 230 395 31
Tropeogopterus Super Rare Hybrid 2,109 805 4,685 1 1,490 569 3,311 - 978 373 2,172 - 571 218 1,269 2 7,223 3 7,090 8 230 395 31
Stegoceratops Super Rare Hybrid 3,042 778 5,532 1 2,150 550 3,910 - 1,410 361 2,565 1 823 211 1,498 - 8,097 2 3,155 8 275 525 30
Suprannotitan Super Rare Hybrid 3,362 1,161 7,077 1 2,376 821 5,003 - 1,559 538 3,281 1 910 314 1,915 - 10,358 2 7,090 8 305 390 30
Spinoraptor Super Rare Hybrid 2,715 1,037 6,033 - 1,919 733 4,265 2 1,259 481 2,798 1 735 281 1,634 - 11,328 3 7,090 10 305 390 30
Ankylodocus Super Rare Hybrid 3,318 1,037 6,636 1 2,345 733 4,691 - 1,538 481 3,077 1 898 281 1,797 1 11,510 3 7,090 10 305 390 30
Suprannotitan Super Rare Hybrid 3,362 1,161 7,077 - 2,376 821 5,003 2 1,559 538 3,281 - 910 314 1,915 1 11,921 3 7,090 10 305 390 30
Spinotasuchus Super Rare S-Hybrid 4,469 2,594 12,770 - 3,610 2,115 10,378 - 2,871 1,619 8,052 1 2,160 1,215 6,048 - 8,052 1 7,090 10 305 390 30
Monostegotops Super Rare S-Hybrid 6,033 1,885 12,065 - 5,076 1,586 10,151 1 4,085 1,277 8,171 2 3,084 964 6,169 1 32,662 4 19,850 10 490 680 30
Monostegotops Super Rare S-Hybrid 6,033 1,885 12,065 - 5,076 1,586 10,151 1 4,085 1,277 8,171 3 3,084 964 6,169 - 34,664 4 19,850 10 490 680 30
Monostegotops Super Rare S-Hybrid 6,033 1,885 12,065 - 5,076 1,586 10,151 2 4,085 1,277 8,171 2 3,084 964 6,169 2 48,982 6 19,850 10 490 680 30
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Paddock Type Dino40 H Dino40 A Dino40 Fer Dino40 Count Dino30 H Dino30 A Dino30 Fer Dino30 Count Dino20 H Dino20 A Dino20 Fer Dino20 Count Dino10 H Dino10 A Dino10 Fer Dino10 Count Total Ferocity Total Creatures Experience SDNA DNA Actual available # of Moves
Prionosuchus Legendary 1,616 505 3,232 - 1,142 357 2,284 1 749 234 1,498 - 438 137 876 - 2,284 1 220 5 30 50
Ichthyostega Legendary 1,493 570 3,317 - 1,055 403 2,345 1 692 264 1,537 - 404 154 897 - 2,345 1 220 5 30 50
Ichthyostega Legendary 1,493 570 3,317 - 1,055 403 2,345 - 692 264 1,537 1 404 154 897 1 2,434 2 725 5 90 115 29
Prionosuchus Legendary 1,616 505 3,232 - 1,142 357 2,284 1 749 234 1,498 - 438 137 876 1 3,160 2 725 5 90 115 29
Ichthyostega Legendary 1,493 570 3,317 - 1,055 403 2,345 1 692 264 1,537 - 404 154 897 1 3,242 2 725 5 90 115 29
Dimetrodon Legendary 1,520 581 3,379 - 1,075 410 2,387 1 705 269 1,566 - 412 157 914 1 3,301 2 725 5 90 115 29
Unaysaurus Legendary 1,757 449 3,194 - 1,242 318 2,260 1 815 208 1,481 1 476 122 866 1 4,607 3 3,155 5 275 400
Suchomimus Legendary 1,614 413 2,936 1 1,141 292 2,075 1 748 191 1,359 - 437 112 795 - 5,011 2 725 5 90 115 29
Suchomimus Legendary 1,614 413 2,936 1 1,141 292 2,075 - 748 191 1,359 1 437 112 795 1 5,090 3 3,155 5 275 400
Unaysaurus Legendary 1,757 449 3,194 1 1,242 318 2,260 - 815 208 1,481 1 476 122 866 1 5,541 3 3,155 5 275 400
Sarcosuchus Legendary 1,500 573 3,334 1 1,060 405 2,356 1 695 266 1,546 - 406 155 902 - 5,690 2 725 5 90 115 29
Pteranodon Legendary 1,520 581 3,379 1 1,075 410 2,387 - 705 269 1,566 1 412 157 914 1 5,859 3 3,155 5 275 400
Microposaurus Legendary 1,570 491 3,141 1 1,110 347 2,220 1 728 228 1,458 - 425 133 851 1 6,212 3 3,155 5 275 400
Shunosaurus Legendary 1,695 530 3,391 2 1,198 374 2,395 - 786 246 1,573 - 459 143 917 - 6,782 2 725 5 90 115 29
Tyrannoaurus Rex Legendary 1,603 612 3,561 1 1,133 433 2,519 1 743 284 1,652 - 434 166 965 1 7,045 3 3,155 5 275
Unaysaurus Legendary 1,757 449 3,194 1 1,242 318 2,260 1 815 208 1,481 - 476 122 866 2 7,186 4 7,090 8 305 390 30
Microposaurus Legendary 1,570 491 3,141 1 1,110 347 2,220 1 728 228 1,458 1 425 133 851 1 7,670 4 7,090 8 230 395 31
Shunosaurus Legendary 1,695 530 3,391 2 1,198 374 2,395 - 786 246 1,573 1 459 143 917 2 10,189 5 7,090 10 305 390 30
Microposaurus Legendary 1,570 491 3,141 2 1,110 347 2,220 2 728 228 1,458 - 425 133 851 3 13,275 7 7,090 10 230 395 31
Dimorphodon Legendary 1,569 599 3,486 2 1,109 423 2,463 1 727 278 1,617 - 425 162 943 5 14,150 8 7,090 10 230 395 31
Tyrannoaurus Rex Legendary 1,603 612 3,561 4 1,133 433 2,519 - 743 284 1,652 - 434 166 965 1 15,209 5 7,090 10 305 390 30
Dimorphodon Legendary 1,569 599 3,486 2 1,109 423 2,463 1 727 278 1,617 - 425 162 943 7 16,036 10 19,850 10 390 770 31
Tyrannoaurus Rex Legendary 1,603 612 3,561 3 1,133 433 2,519 - 743 284 1,652 - 434 166 965 6 16,473 9 7,090 10 305 390 30
Rajastega Legendary Hybrid 5,044 1,742 10,618 - 3,565 1,231 7,504 - 2,339 808 4,925 1 1,365 472 2,875 - 4,925 1 3,155 5 275 400 29
Suchoripterus Legendary Hybrid 3,771 1,178 7,541 - 2,665 833 5,331 1 1,748 546 3,495 - 1,021 319 2,042 - 5,331 1 3,155 5 275 400 29
Indominus Rex Legendary Hybrid 5,430 2,074 12,067 - 3,837 1,466 8,528 - 2,517 962 5,595 1 1,470 561 3,265 - 5,595 1 3,155 8 275
Unayrhynchus Legendary Hybrid 4,723 1,208 8,589 - 3,338 853 6,068 1 2,190 560 3,982 - 1,278 327 2,324 1 8,392 2 7,090 10 305 390 30
Koolasaurus Legendary Hybrid 3,864 1,476 8,587 - 2,731 1,043 6,069 2 1,792 684 3,981 - 1,046 399 2,323 - 12,138 2 7,090 10 230 395 31
Priotrodon Legendary Hybrid 6,407 2,447 14,237 - 4,528 1,730 10,064 - 2,971 1,135 6,603 2 1,734 662 3,852 - 13,206 2 7,090 10 305 390 30
Priotrodon Legendary Hybrid 6,407 2,447 14,237 - 4,528 1,730 10,064 - 2,971 1,135 6,603 1 1,734 662 3,852 2 14,307 3 19,850 10 490 680 30
Koolasaurus Legendary Hybrid 3,864 1,476 8,587 1 2,731 1,043 6,069 - 1,792 684 3,981 1 1,046 399 2,323 1 14,891 3 7,090 10 230 395 31
Ostaposaurus Legendary Hybrid 5,149 1,967 11,443 - 3,639 1,390 8,087 1 2,388 912 5,306 2 1,394 532 3,096 - 18,699 3 19,850 10 390 770 31
Ostaposaurus Legendary Hybrid 5,149 1,967 11,443 - 3,639 1,390 8,087 1 2,388 912 5,306 3 1,394 532 3,096 - 24,005 4 19,850 10 390 770 31
Indoraptor Legendary S-Hybrid 10,181 5,302 27,147 - 8,550 4,399 22,627 - 6,764 3,554 18,137 1 5,103 2,658 13,609 4 72,573 5 19,850 10 590 885 30
Indoraptor Legendary S-Hybrid 10,181 5,302 27,147 - 8,550 4,399 22,627 - 6,764 3,554 18,137 1 5,103 2,658 13,609 8 127,009 9 19,850 10 590 885 30
Megalosaurus Tournament 2,739 856 5,478 - 1,936 605 3,872 - 1,270 397 2,540 - 741 232 1,483 1 1,483 1 725 5 90 115 29
Acanthostega Tournament 1,617 981 4,756 - 1,143 693 3,361 - 750 455 2,206 1 438 266 1,289 - 2,206 1 725 5 65 90
Kentrosaurus Tournament 2,298 718 4,596 - 1,624 508 3,250 - 1,066 333 2,132 1 622 194 1,243 1 3,375 2 3,155 5 275 400 29
Zalmoxes Tournament 1,341 1,257 5,363 - 948 888 3,790 1 622 583 2,488 - 363 340 1,451 - 3,790 1 725 5 90 115 29
Antarctopelta Tournament 2,949 754 5,362 - 2,085 533 3,791 - 1,368 350 2,488 1 798 204 1,451 1 3,939 2 3,155 8 275
Darwinopterus Tournament 2,298 1,077 5,744 - 1,624 761 4,059 1 1,066 500 2,666 - 622 292 1,556 - 4,059 1 725 5 90 115 29
Troodon Tournament 2,298 1,077 5,744 - 1,624 761 4,059 - 1,066 500 2,666 1 622 292 1,556 1 4,222 2 3,155 8 275 525 30
Deinocheirus Tournament 1,264 922 4,214 - 893 651 2,976 1 586 427 1,952 1 342 249 1,139 - 4,928 2 3,155 5 275 400
Nodosaurus Tournament 2,700 844 5,401 - 1,909 596 3,816 1 1,252 391 2,503 - 731 228 1,461 1 5,277 2 3,155 8 275 525 30
Darwinopterus Tournament 2,298 1,077 5,744 - 1,624 761 4,059 1 1,066 500 2,666 - 622 292 1,556 1 5,615 2 3,155 8 225 600 31
Deinocheirus Tournament 1,264 922 4,214 - 893 651 2,976 1 586 427 1,952 1 342 249 1,139 1 6,067 3 7,090 8 305 390 30
Eryops Tournament 3,754 503 5,364 - 2,653 355 3,789 1 1,740 233 2,486 1 1,016 136 1,451 - 6,275 2 3,155 8 225 600 31
Zalmoxes Tournament 1,341 1,257 5,363 - 948 888 3,790 1 622 583 2,488 1 363 340 1,451 - 6,278 2 3,155 8 275 30
Darwinopterus Tournament 2,298 1,077 5,744 - 1,624 761 4,059 1 1,066 500 2,666 1 622 292 1,556 - 6,725 2 3,155 8 225 600 31
Yudon Tournament Hybrid 11,563 3,613 23,125 - 8,172 2,554 16,345 - 5,361 1,675 10,721 - 3,130 978 6,260 1 6,260 1 7,090 10 305 390 30
Pachygalosaurus Tournament Hybrid 18,006 2,134 24,835 - 12,726 1,508 17,552 - 8,349 990 11,517 - 4,874 578 6,724 1 6,724 1 7,090 10 305 390 30
Erliphosaurus Tournament Hybrid 9,690 2,238 16,852 - 6,849 1,582 11,911 - 4,493 1,038 7,815 1 2,623 606 4,562 - 7,815 1 7,090 10 305 390 30
Cerazinosaurus Tournament Hybrid 9,163 3,500 20,363 - 6,476 2,473 14,390 - 4,248 1,623 9,442 1 2,480 947 5,510 - 9,442 1 7,090 10 305 390 30
Yudon Tournament Hybrid 11,563 3,613 23,125 - 8,172 2,554 16,345 - 5,361 1,675 10,721 1 3,130 978 6,260 - 10,721 1 7,090 10 305 390 30
Segnosuchus Tournament Hybrid 4,977 4,666 19,908 - 3,518 3,298 14,072 - 2,308 2,163 9,230 2 1,347 1,263 5,389 - 18,460 2 19,850 10 490 680 30
Segnosuchus Tournament Hybrid 4,977 4,666 19,908 - 3,518 3,298 14,072 - 2,308 2,163 9,230 2 1,347 1,263 5,389 1 23,849 3 19,850 10 490 680 30
Segnosuchus Tournament Hybrid 4,977 4,666 19,908 - 3,518 3,298 14,072 - 2,308 2,163 9,230 3 1,347 1,263 5,389 - 27,690 3 19,850 10 490 680 30
Metriaphodon Tournament Hybrid 5,606 5,255 22,422 - 3,962 3,714 15,847 - 2,599 2,437 10,397 3 1,517 1,422 6,067 - 31,191 3 19,850 10 390 770 31
Gorgosuchus Tournament Hybrid 9,235 2,361 16,790 - 6,527 1,669 11,868 1 4,282 1,095 7,786 4 2,500 639 4,545 - 43,012 5 19,850 10 390 770 31
Gorgosuchus Tournament Hybrid 9,235 2,361 16,790 - 6,527 1,669 11,868 1 4,282 1,095 7,786 3 2,500 639 4,545 2 44,316 6 19,850 10 440 920
Metriaphodon Tournament Hybrid 5,606 5,255 22,422 - 3,962 3,714 15,847 1 2,599 2,437 10,397 4 1,517 1,422 6,067 - 57,435 5 19,850 10 440 920
Pterodaustro VIP 2,633 2,170 9,577 - 1,861 1,533 6,767 - 1,221 1,006 4,440 1 713 587 2,591 - 4,440 1 3,155 5 275
Stygimoloch VIP 4,788 1,496 9,575 - 3,384 1,058 6,770 - 2,220 694 4,441 1 1,296 405 2,592 - 4,441 1 3,155 5 275 400
Proceratosaurus VIP 2,681 2,155 9,577 - 1,895 1,523 6,769 1 1,243 999 4,440 - 726 583 2,592 - 6,769 1 3,155 5 275 400
Proceratosaurus VIP 2,681 2,155 9,577 - 1,895 1,523 6,769 - 1,243 999 4,440 1 726 583 2,592 1 7,032 2 7,090 10 305 390 30
Baryonyx VIP 4,788 1,496 9,575 - 3,384 1,058 6,770 - 2,220 694 4,441 1 1,296 405 2,592 1 7,033 2 7,090 10 305 390 30
Baryonyx VIP 4,788 1,496 9,575 - 3,384 1,058 6,770 - 2,220 694 4,441 2 1,296 405 2,592 - 8,882 2 7,090 10 305 390 30
Eolambia VIP 3,830 1,796 9,577 - 2,707 1,269 6,768 1 1,776 833 4,442 - 1,037 486 2,592 1 9,360 2 7,090 10 305 390 30
Pterpdactylus VIP 3,352 1,945 9,576 - 2,369 1,375 6,769 1 1,554 902 4,440 - 907 527 2,593 1 9,362 2 7,090 10 230 395 31
Concavenator VIP 3,352 1,945 9,576 - 2,369 1,375 6,769 1 1,554 902 4,440 - 907 527 2,593 1 9,362 2 7,090 10 305 390 30
Acrocanthosaurus VIP 4,309 1,646 9,576 - 3,046 1,163 6,768 1 1,998 763 4,440 1 1,166 446 2,593 - 11,208 2 7,090 10 305 390 30
Apatosaurus VIP 7,182 748 9,576 - 5,076 529 6,769 1 3,330 347 4,440 1 1,944 203 2,594 - 11,209 2 7,090 10 305 390 30
Metroposaurus VIP 4,070 1,721 9,577 - 2,876 1,216 6,767 - 1,887 798 4,441 3 1,102 466 2,593 - 13,323 3 7,090 10 230 395 31
Pterpdactylus VIP 3,352 1,945 9,576 - 2,369 1,375 6,769 1 1,554 902 4,440 1 907 527 2,593 1 13,802 3 7,090 10 230 395 31
Prestosuchus VIP 3,591 1,870 9,575 1 2,538 1,322 6,768 - 1,665 867 4,439 1 972 506 2,591 - 14,014 2 7,090 10 230 395 31
Acrocanthosaurus VIP 4,309 1,646 9,576 - 3,046 1,163 6,768 1 1,998 763 4,440 2 1,166 446 2,593 - 15,648 3 7,090 10 305 390 30
Tanycolagreus VIP 5,506 1,272 9,576 - 3,892 899 6,769 1 2,553 590 4,441 2 1,490 344 2,591 - 15,651 3 7,090 10 305 390 30
Eolambia VIP 3,830 1,796 9,577 - 2,707 1,269 6,768 1 1,776 833 4,442 2 1,037 486 2,592 - 15,652 3 7,090 10 305 390 30
Metroposaurus VIP 4,070 1,721 9,577 - 2,876 1,216 6,767 - 1,887 798 4,441 3 1,102 466 2,593 1 15,916 4 19,850 10 390 770 31
Mastodonsaurus VIP 4,788 1,496 9,575 - 3,384 1,058 6,770 2 2,220 694 4,441 - 1,296 405 2,592 1 16,132 3 7,090 10 230 395 31
Eolambia VIP 3,830 1,796 9,577 - 2,707 1,269 6,768 1 1,776 833 4,442 2 1,037 486 2,592 1 18,244 4 19,850 10 490 680 30
Prestosuchus VIP 3,591 1,870 9,575 - 2,538 1,322 6,768 1 1,665 867 4,439 3 972 506 2,591 - 20,085 4 19,850 10 390 770 31
Eudimorphodon VIP 4,788 1,496 9,575 1 3,384 1,058 6,770 1 2,220 694 4,441 1 1,296 405 2,592 - 20,786 3 7,090 10 230 395 31
Eudimorphodon VIP 4,788 1,496 9,575 - 3,384 1,058 6,770 2 2,220 694 4,441 2 1,296 405 2,592 - 22,422 4 19,850 10 390 770 31
Mastodonsaurus VIP 4,788 1,496 9,575 - 3,384 1,058 6,770 2 2,220 694 4,441 1 1,296 405 2,592 2 23,165 5 19,850 10 390 770 31
Eudimorphodon VIP 4,788 1,496 9,575 - 3,384 1,058 6,770 2 2,220 694 4,441 2 1,296 405 2,592 1 25,014 5 19,850 10 390 770 31
Tanycolagreus VIP 5,506 1,272 9,576 - 3,892 899 6,769 2 2,553 590 4,441 3 1,490 344 2,591 2 32,043 7 19,850 10 490 680 30
Tanycolagreus VIP 5,506 1,272 9,576 1 3,892 899 6,769 1 2,553 590 4,441 2 1,490 344 2,591 1 27,818 5 19,850 10 490 680 30
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Cool I love it it’s like a encyclopedia

To maximize rewards you do not want to fuse your creatures believe it or not, you want your paddocks full, and if you do fuse something you want to fill back behind it. for instance I just got a code 19 for my Ostaposaurus Paddock…

Paddock Type Dino40 H Dino40 A Dino40 Fer Dino40 Count Dino30 H Dino30 A Dino30 Fer Dino30 Count Dino20 H Dino20 A Dino20 Fer Dino20 Count Dino10 H Dino10 A Dino10 Fer Dino10 Count Total Ferocity Total Creatures Experience SDNA DNA Actual available # of Moves
Ostaposaurus Legendary Hybrid 5,149 1,967 11,443 1 3,639 1,390 8,087 - 2,388 912 5,306 1 1,394 532 3,096 - 16,749 2 19,850 10 230 395 31
Ostaposaurus Legendary Hybrid 5,149 1,967 11,443 - 3,639 1,390 8,087 1 2,388 912 5,306 2 1,394 532 3,096 - 18,699 3 19,850 10 390 770 31
Ostaposaurus Legendary Hybrid 5,149 1,967 11,443 - 3,639 1,390 8,087 1 2,388 912 5,306 3 1,394 532 3,096 - 24,005 4 19,850 10 390 770 31

Notice my lowest ferocity example is the one I just did since I have fused my level 40 and have not back filled creatures behind it still the same amount of SDNA at 10 but half the possible regular DNA almost when compared to the times where I had at least three creatures in the paddock (I only have two in there now).

Wow, this is great data. I didn’t expect it to be that big a difference! But I was noticing paddocks I didn’t expect to get much having pretty good amounts DNA and that’s why I thought I’d start tracking it and maybe not evolving things as soon. Looks like I might want to keep doing that even more at least for the better stuff. Right now I’m trying to get most of what’s left out at least 200+ DNA worth. This definitely will help me figure out where those are without having to wait for a Code 19 to find out.

And yeah I wasn’t bothering to stash paddocks before, but now with 6 rounds a day it’s definitely becoming worth the time. An extra 40-50 sDNA or so plus easily 1K or more DNA for me is worth a little hassle. I do leave stuff that’s not a coin producer or good for Code 19s stashed unless I need them, but it would be nice if there was a faster way to move creatures out of the repository. But at least by having them all together as much as possible makes it pretty easy to stash them at least.

For 40-50 sDNA and 1K DNA + time stashing vs Playing more modded PvP… wouldn’t the PVP come out in front? (Unless you are exhausting all of your dinos in PvP already?)

I believe you would, but if you have time to do both one doesn’t cost anything but time and depending on how many of your paddocks you have out to begin with it might not take to long.

sDNA yes, but DNA, definitely not. The DNA rewards in modded PvPs are generally pretty low. 1K is just an average I threw out too, since I have a tendency to miss on the slider at least once on about half my 10 point ones. On a good day though I could easily get a lot more than that. It’s also guaranteed sDNA and DNA… with modded PvP I pretty regularly get those lame dinos that never change.

5 out of the 6 today were 10 pt codes… only was perfect on 2 but even the ones I failed it was only a single miss and still were decent amounts of DNA, 200-300. My perfect score on my Metria paddock earned me a sweet 900+ DNA! Probably about 3K total for the day along with 55 sDNA. So yeah, may not be worth trying to optimize these until you get enough 10 pt paddocks, but once you do, definitely a nice way to farm for DNA.

It also is helping me to get better at the 10 pt level just to be able to be doing so many of them regularly. Particularly since so many of these are more about learning the pattern and speed and just kind of reacting out of muscle memory. I so rarely got perfect scores at ALL on these hard ones, and would occasionally have an escape on them. Haven’t had one of those in quite some time. For a player like me that is not naturally good at games that require fast reflexes that’s quite an accomplishment.

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I am now getting confuse with code 19 and covid 19

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To be on the safe side I always wear a face mask during a Code 19.:mask:

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Btw, I still haven’t seen any Code 19s since the update, do we know when this will be fixed?

No timeline given, but folks did get a present in their in game mailboxes for the trouble.

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Yes, and didn’t we just get a second one? That’s more generous than they have typically been.

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how can i do this without code 19?

Simple but unsatisfying answer. I’m afraid you can’t and have to wait until they solve the Code 19 issue.

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@Giancarlo_Solano I have the same dilemma and have to wait for Code 19 to return.

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O.k. thanks to all

Which episode is this mission a part of?