How to get more beavers in Timberborn

The more beavers the better!

Timberborn is a post-apocalypse city-building game that features highly intelligent beavers. These beavers form colonies for survival and it is your job to ensure that your beaver population thrives and endures the wasteland mankind left behind.

To do that, you will need more beavers. You start the game with a set amount of critters and will have to increase your population over time. To get more beavers, your current beavers must procreate and produce baby beavers. Procreation requires more than love though.

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First, you will want to make sure your beavers are happy. Clicking on your beavers will display their happiness. You will also need to make sure that you have enough resources to do so. These resources include wood, food, and water.

Happy beavers procreate, but they will need some privacy. Build huts for the Folktails which can house three beavers and move two adult beavers to occupy the hut. Before long you will have a baby beaver joining your population. For Iron Teeth you will need to build breeding pods instead.

Be careful of overpopulation though. A simple way to prevent overpopulation is to put your beavers outside. This will reduce their happiness and their desire to procreate which will, in turn, prevent baby beavers from being born. This system allows you to decide when you need more beavers and when you don't.

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