The category corresponds to a rodent challenge's difficulty level.

a challenge is made up of different events. Each event has its own level of difficulty. The total of all event difficulties in a challenge will give the overall difficulty of the challenge, and thus its category.

Only rodents that have this category in this type of challenge will be able to participate. In other words, the more a category increases, the higher level the rodents must have to register in it.

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Each type of challenge puts into play one or several of your rodent's specialties: racing, flexibility, training, etc. This is indicated on the page for each type of challenge.

Your rodent's category for a type of challenge is determined simply by its level in the specialties in question.

However, do note: if a type of challenge takes several of your rodent's specialties into account, they will not all necessarily be weighted in the same way to calculate your rodent's category. One speciality may be weighted two or three times more than another, for example.

Each challenge's category depends on the difficulty of the events that make up the challenge. The more difficult they are, the higher the category of the challenge will be.

Your rodent can only participate in rodent challenges corresponding to its category in each type of challenge, as to avoid rodents with mixed levels competing against one another in a challenge.

Your rodent's category for each type of challenge is updated in real time when you play with it. Consequently, the more you progress your rodent and increase its level in its specialities for a certain type of challenge, the more its category in this type of challenge will increase as well.

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The results of the rodents in the rodent challenges are determined by:
- the rodent's level in the specialty or specialities that are taken into consideration in this type of challenge (the level that could increase due to participation in the challenge, depending on the rodent's place);
- the rodent's state (health and/or energy, excitement, cleanliness, etc.).

You can find the detail of the specialties and other characteristics taken into account on each type of challenge's page. The better these are, the better your rodent's results will be.

Last but not least, hazard is also part of the challenges, which gives them charm and originality! Hazard will always play a somewhat important role in the results.

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