The chicken is a starter animal for Farm World. It is the adult form of the chick. It is found in the Parvus animal family, with apachata

Bio Edit

On the infobox, the female version of this animal reads:

"The Orpington is a breed of chicken named after the town of Orpington, Kent, in south-east England."
On the infobox, the male version of this animal reads:
"When a rooster finds food, he may call other chickens to eat first. He does this by clucking in a high pitch as well as picking up and dropping the food."
On the infobox, the chick/baby version of this animal reads:
"Within just a few weeks the small chicks have tiny feathers covering most of their body." The Orpington chicken is a good chicken. c:

Appearance Edit


The Orpington Chicken model starts off with a light brown base of feathers, a tan-colored stomach, dirty red combs and wattles, brown eyes, and a dirty-tan beak with yellow-orange legs.

The appearance and color can be changed to match the user's liking.

Emotes Edit

Walk/Run Edit

This ability is the common run/walk action performed by all morphs.

Lie Down Edit

Lying down is another common action, where the chicken sticks its legs out in front of them a bit, and tucks it's head into the chest somewhat.

Drink/Eat Edit

Another common action. The chicken bends the head down, and pecks at the ground, making it seem like it is eating seed.

Lay Egg Edit

This is an action only able to be performed by avian morphs. There is no special animation to the chicken, but it drops an egg that varies in color. Said colors can range from pink, light tan, beige, and a slightly dark tan.

The egg can be clicked on to be picked up. Picking up the egg can allow the carrier to drop the egg once more, throw the egg, or eat the egg.

The eggs do not hatch baby chicks.

Nest Edit

This is another avian-exclusive action, where the chicken lays a nest, which is compiled of sticks. It is dropped like an egg is, still no special animation for the chicken.

The nest is handy for when users want to have their chicken lay eggs, but don't want them to be stolen. The nest can add an extra layer of security, making it considerably harder for others to grab eggs. It can also add an element of realism.

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