Follow this guide, if you wish to know how to increase beaver population in Timberborn.

Timberborn: How to Increase Beaver Population

Follow this guide, if you wish to know how to increase beaver population in Timberborn.

Beavers are the main units in Timberborn, so it’s your highest priority to keep your beaver population not only happy, but also large enough to sustain your civilization. This guide will explain in detail how to increase beaver population in Timberborn.

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There is a set of rules that players must follow in order to increase and control the beaver population. It can get out of hand quickly if you go about it willy-nilly.

How to Increase Beaver Population in Timberborn

Beavers are simple creatures and they can work, eat, and sleep outside. But if you want your beavers to create families, you simply must make their life more comfortable by building family homes for them.

Since there are two factions of beavers in the game — Folktails and Iron Teeth — these will require different types of housing to be built.

Here’s how to start breeding if you’re playing as Folktails:

  1. Click on the Housing menu on the bottom of the screen
  2. Select Lodging type
  3. Choose the house you wish to build (1 out of 5)
  4. Select the area on the map
  5. Confirm production by clicking the glowing house icon

Here’s how to breed if you’re playing for the Iron Teeth faction:

  1. Click on the Housing menu at the bottom of the screen
  2. Select Breeding Pods
  3. Select the area on the map
  4. Confirm production by clicking the glowing pod icon

In the case of Iron Teeth, it’s all quite simple, and all you need is to supply Breeding Pods with water and berries, and these will produce new beavers like small factories.

But in the case of Folktails, things get a bit more complicated, and you really need to take care of your beavers.

One small house can accommodate up to three beavers. If you put two beavers inside a hut and leave one space empty, soon enough the two beavers will deliver a baby beaver.

But remember that your Folktails population needs to be happy. Feed them and give them enough time to sleep inside the houses. You can also put a fireplace inside the house to make them even happier.

If you want your beavers to stop procreating, then simply stop building new houses; this lets you keep the population from getting too large. Otherwise, your extra beavers will get lazy, and in return, this will make other beavers unhappy.

That’s all you need to know on how to increase the beaver population in Timberborn.


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