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Food inventory

Food in a player's inventory.

Drop-pic habitRPG

An example drop notification.

Food Items are random drops available upon reaching level 3. They are also purchasable from the Market with gems, and can be received from use of the Enchanted Armoire, or as quest rewards and check-in prizes. Upon collection or purchase, these items can be found under the Food category of the player's inventory or in a box in the Pets tab. Food items are used to raise pets into mounts.  

Feeding Your PetEdit

You can feed a food item to the pet of your choice via the Pets tab of your Inventory (direct link). First, click on the food and then click on a pet.

HabitRPG-Pets-Growth-Bar

The Food Bar shows the progress toward becoming a full grown mount. Pictured are a re-hatched White Lion pet, a Shade Lion recently raised to a mount, and a few other Lions, each with a Food Bar.

Under each pet is a Food Bar, which fills by a certain amount each time the pet is fed. See Food Preferences for information on how quickly the Food Bar fills up based on the type of food a pet is fed.

When the growth bar reaches 100%, the pet becomes a mount and is shown in a ghostly form in the pet stable. It cannot be displayed with your avatar until it has been re-hatched. Instead, it appears in the Mounts section of your stable in its new form and can be ridden. However, after a pet becomes a mount, it still continues to count towards the Beast Master achievement.

Feeding Pets

Only pets that can eat a food item are highlighted in green. In this example, selecting the pink cotton candy on the right highlights the pets eligible to eat this food item in green. When an eligible pet is selected, a pop-up will ask you to confirm your choice. Pets not highlighted with a green spotlight are pets that have been already raised to a mount and re-hatched, hence their lack of a Food Bar.

Hatching a second pet of the same type replaces the ghostly pet image with a full-color image. You may now display a matching pet and mount with your avatar. The re-hatched pet does not have a food bar and cannot be fed since you already have a mount of this type.

While you're feeding your pets, your browser may give you the option of preventing the page from creating additional dialogs. Do not select that option, as it will prevent you from feeding your pets. If you select that option accidentally, simply restart your browser and you will be able to feed your pets again.

An alternate (and quicker) method to change a pet into a mount is to use a saddle, which is available in the Market for the price of 5 gems or as a daily check-in prize.

Types of FoodEdit

There are ten types of food that can be fed to pets. Each type can be bought for 1 gem and can be sold for 1 gold in the Market. Different types of pets may prefer different types of food.

Food Type Image
Meat
Meat-0
Milk
Milk-0
Potato
Potato2
Strawberry
Strawberry2
Chocolate
Chocolate
Fish
Fish
Rotten Meat
Rotten meat
Pink Cotton Candy
Pink candy
Blue Cotton Candy
Blue candy
Honey
Honey-0

During certain special events, the standard types of food are temporarily replaced with more festive versions (refer to Special Event Food below).

The food images were updated on February 22, 2014. The table below shows the images before and after.

Show/Hide the food sprite history table.
Food Type Original Image New Image
Meat
Meat
Meat-0
Milk
Milk
Milk-0
Potato
Potato
Potato2
Strawberry
Strawberry
Strawberry2
Chocolate
Choco
Chocolate
Fish
Deadfish
Fish
Rotten Meat
Rottenmeat
Rotten meat
Pink Cotton Candy
Pinkcottoncandy
Pink candy
Blue Cotton Candy
Bluecottoncandy
Blue candy
Honey
Honey
Honey-0

Special Event FoodEdit

During some special events, normal food items are replaced with rare food items. The rare items have different names and images from, but are obtained and used in the same way as, the normal items.

CakeEdit

During the annual Habitica birthday celebrations at the end of each Winter Wonderland special event, every player is given a full set of 10 pieces of cake. Each piece of cake is of a different type and corresponds to each type of normal food. All food drops during this period give players cake instead of the usual food items.

On Habitica Naming Day, every player is given a full set of 10 pieces of cake. 

Normal Food Type Cake Equivalent
Meat
Meat-0
Basic Cake
Cake01
Milk
Milk-0
Cream Cake
Cake04
Potato
Potato2
Sand Cake
Cake03
Strawberry
Strawberry2
Strawberry Cake
Cake02
Chocolate
Chocolate
Chocolate Cake
Cake05
Fish
Fish
Bare Bones Cake
Cake07
Rotten Meat
Rotten meat
Rotten Cake
Cake06
Pink Cotton Candy
Pink candy
Candy Pink Cake
Cake08
Blue Cotton Candy
Blue candy
Candy Blue Cake
Cake09
Honey
Honey-0
Honey Cake
Cake10

CandyEdit

During every Fall Festival, all food drops give players candy instead of the usual food items. There are 10 types of candy, each of which corresponds to a different type of normal food. In 2016, all players were given a full set of candy (one piece of each type) on Halloween.

Normal Food Type Candy Equivalent
Meat
Meat-0
Basic Candy
Basic Candy
Milk
Milk-0
Vanilla Candy
Vanilla Candy
Potato
Potato2
Sand Candy
Sand Candy
Strawberry
Strawberry2
Cinnamon Candy
Cinnamon Candy
Chocolate
Chocolate
Chocolate Candy
Chocolate Candy
Fish
Fish
Bare Bones Candy
BareBones Candy
Rotten Meat
Rotten meat
Rotten Candy
Rotten Candy
Pink Cotton Candy
Pink candy
Sour Pink Candy
SourPink Candy
Blue Cotton Candy
Blue candy
Sour Blue Candy
SourBlue Candy
Honey
Honey-0
Honey Candy
Honey Candy

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