Trouble in Paradise - Standard requirements
To obtain the Choclodocus, you need to obtain three bones. Blue and green bones can be unearthed from the mine; red bones can be purchased from Costolot's Store after reaching level 45. You also need an Amber Gem. This is retrieved from the Wishing Well the first time you throw 9,999 Chocolate Coins down the well.
Next, you must tinker three colored bones. The bones that you choose to use affect the appearance of the Chocodoculus that will be hatched.
The first bone you tinker turns into a skull, which will determine the type of head that your Choclodocus will have:
- Red bone - Triceratops
- Blue bone - Brontosaurus
- Green bone - Stegosaurus
The second bone you tinker turns into ribs, which will determine the type of tail:
- Red bone - Flat, seven-spiked tail
- Blue bone - Pointed tail, with four long spikes
- Green bone - Tail fan
The third bone you tinker turns into a spine, which will determine the color:
- Red bone - Purple
- Blue bone - Blue
- Green bone - Green
Hatching the Egg
- Place the Jurassic Hair Accessory on a Cluckles.
- Send the Cluckles over to the Choclodocus Egg to hatch it.
Feeding the Baby
The baby Choclodocus is a hungry little sucker! Feed it the following items to grow it to maturity:
Choclodocus Cans and Cannots
By virtue of its special status, there are some restrictions and advantages that apply to Choclodocus:
- You cannot dismiss Choclodocus.
- The Choclodocus Egg cannot be broken.
- Choclodocus cannot be sold to Costolot.
- Choclodocus cannot become sick, nor can it be broken.
- Choclodocus does not romance or have a house.
- Choclodocus can be shipped off to a party.
- Choclodocus cannot be sent to your friends or traded with them.
- Choclodocus doesn't wear accessories.
- You can only earn one Amber Gem from the Wishing Well for each profile, which is an item required to make the Choclodocus. However, using Piñata Vision to scan an Amber Gem card allows you to get multiple Choclodocus piñatas, even in the same garden.