There are two ways to fill out your squad of fighting creatures in Temtem: capture untamed ones, or Breed your own.
In this guide, we’ll explain all the concepts involved in Temtem Breeding, like how to find the Breeding Center, as well as compatibility and inherited https://www.lolga.com/temtem-pansun traits (and stats) mean. Think of this as your the Paharos and the Swalis (the birds and the bees) talk.
To breed Temtem, you’ll have to reach the Breeding Center. You’ll find it http://www.lolga.com on the Airborne Archipelago’s second island, Omninesia.
It’s along the north edge of the island, about halfway across.
WHICH TEMTEM CAN BREED?
First, you need a male and Temtem Pansun female Temtem. (As the game points out, same-sex pairing “might have fun, but you won’t get an egg.”) The sex is represented by the ♂ (male) and ♀ (female) symbols next to the Temtem’s name.
The two Temtem you choose to breed don’t have to be the same species, but they do have to share (at least) one type. For example, Ganki has https://www.lolga.com/temtem-items both Electric and Wind types, so it can breed with any species that has one of those types, like Sparzy or Paharo. (We have not seen any bonuses for matching all types.)
The last thing to check is the Temtem’s fertility. Fertility is shown by the plant-like gauge on in your Temtem’s details. The leaves on the plant and the stem represent how many times that Temtem can breed — with a maximum of eight. Each Temtem Items time a Temtem breeds, the gauge reduces by one. When the fertility gauge is empty, that Temtem can no longer breed.
More pragmatically, you can only breed Temtem that are in your squad. There’s a TemDeck Station inside the Breeding Center if you need to move Temtem around.