The Avaxtar Farming (AF) process, which is carried out using the PAGM device and two Gen1 Avaxtars, has varying success rates depending on the rarity level of the Gen1s used, and all PAGM owners, without exception, can occasionally get unsuccessful results. On the other hand, PAGM devices spend considerable time analyzing the digital genetic codes of the two Gen1s to generate a new one. We can see that some of the analyzed code can be recovered, even if it fails to generate a new Gen2. This amount will be determined by the rarity of the Gen1s used. The table below shows how much $DGC can be recovered.