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''My Pet Protector'' is a series of three games created by Undefined for Website/{{Kongregate}} and Website/ArmorGames in which you raise an apprentice before they reach a certain age. While the best way to raise one is to send them to explore dungeons, they can also train skills in school, do jobs for money, and lose stress while resting.

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''My Pet Protector'' is a series of three games created by Undefined for Website/{{Kongregate}} and Website/ArmorGames Armor Games in which you raise an apprentice before they reach a certain age. While the best way to raise one is to send them to explore dungeons, they can also train skills in school, do jobs for money, and lose stress while resting.


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* RaisingSim: Raising an apprentice sim.


* GameplayAutomation: The third game streamlines the combat by having the player attack automatically.



* RainbowPimpGear: The equipment with the best stats may not always look good together.



* StreetUrchin: The apprentice start with this status in I. It raises their skills but starts them with no money.

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* StreetUrchin: The One of the possible backgrounds for the apprentice start with this status in I. It raises their skills but starts them with no money.

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The first installment was released in 2009, the second in 2010 and the third in 2012. Compare with ''VideoGame/ArkandianLegends'', a series of different RPG games by the same developer.

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The first installment was released in 2009, the second in 2010 and the third in 2012. Compare with ''VideoGame/ArkandianLegends'', a series of different RPG role playing games by the same developer.

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''My Pet Protector'' is a series of three games created by Undefined for Website/{{Kongregate}} and Website/ArmorGames in which you raise an apprentice before they reach a certain age. While the best way to raise one is to send them to explore dungeons, they can also train skills in school, do jobs for money, and lose stress while resting.

The first installment was released in 2009, the second in 2010 and the third in 2012. Compare with ''VideoGame/ArkandianLegends'', a series of different RPG games by the same developer.
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* MultipleEndings: The apprentice may end with many different professions at the end, depending on how you raised them.
* PacifistRun: It is possible to raise the apprentice without having them fight anything in dungeons.
* RaisingSim: Raising an apprentice sim.
* StatGrinding: There are no traditional levels, only stats go up.
* StreetUrchin: The apprentice start with this status in I. It raises their skills but starts them with no money.
* TimedMission: Trying to get the apprentice to the best shape possible before they reach a certain age. Though you can continue in free play after they do, but you won't earn achievements after that point.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: The apprentice in I and II has the entire hex color palette to choose for their hair color.
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