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fabiana

tame oviraptor

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6 minutes ago, fabiana said:

I'm trying to tame an oviraptor but I'm in trouble, every time I end up killing him, someone has a tip to not kill him

What are you using?  Typically a low level CB works just fine I never have issues killing them and it just takes a few arrows.

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Here are a few tips.

  • First off, before you try to tame it, see whether if it has bunny ears. The event has started, and those guys will spawn. As someone mentioned here before, They can't be tamed if they have bunny ears on them.
  • Secondly, get a primitive, or at least a low damage Crossbow with tranq. arrow or Longneck Rifle (no attachment) with tranq. dart. Don't aim for the head, try to aim for the body.
  • If possible, try to bola the creature first. Its movement can be hampered so you can tranq. it. Watch out though, if there are lots of blood appearing, stop shooting and wait for it to recover. If you can't bola it, try to chase it into a trap where it can't escape in case the former happens.

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On 4/18/2019 at 10:19 PM, Vaculity said:

Here are a few tips.

  • First off, before you try to tame it, see whether if it has bunny ears. The event has started, and those guys will spawn. As someone mentioned here before, They can't be tamed if they have bunny ears on them.
  • Secondly, get a primitive, or at least a low damage Crossbow with tranq. arrow or Longneck Rifle (no attachment) with tranq. dart. Don't aim for the head, try to aim for the body.
  • If possible, try to bola the creature first. Its movement can be hampered so you can tranq. it. Watch out though, if there are lots of blood appearing, stop shooting and wait for it to recover. If you can't bola it, try to chase it into a trap where it can't escape in case the former happens.

how sad, I was even trying to tame them with a rabbit's ear.
Thank you for the answers.

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