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Fasolasuchus Knocks rider out using a charged tail thrash


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Fasolasuchus is a medium size creature that uses its teeth, forearms, and thrashing tail to fight off its opponents. It’s is an active hunter that specializes in attacking humans with coordination. You will typically find them in pack of up to 5. They use their color to camouflage with its surrounding and jumps onto the unsuspecting victim. Alternatively It can use its tail to slap riders off their mounts, if this attack is charged however, it will knock the riders unconscious. This charging takes some time though.

 

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Fasolasuchus is tamed by first singling out an individual, you must incapacitate it by using either a bola or bear trap. After that toss honey or another treat to it. This will show it you mean no harm. After it has eaten it will be tamed and ready for action! The Fasolasuchus specializes in hunting creatures bigger than itself. It’s will use forearms and back legs to grip large prey. The back legs of Fasolasuchus have gripping hand like appendages. This can hold down small prey such as humans to be torn apart by its thrashing forearms.

 

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THIS IS A WIP, JUST POSTING THIS HERE NOW SO IT HAS A BETTER CHANCE AT BEING SEEN

There seems to be a lack of large carnivores that aren't theropods, so here's my ARK-ified version of Fasolasuchus!

Common Name - Fasolasuchus furor 

Time Period - Triassic

Diet - Carnivore

Temperament - Aggressive

Description - One of the most ferocious creatures inhabiting the ARKs, Fasolasuchus furor is a force to be reckoned with. And with a striking resemblance to the ancient Dragons of European myth, this Triassic archosaur is sure to give survivors a run for their money.

Wild - Typically, Fasolasuchus are found in and around the temperate forests of Fjordur, however they have been sighted living nearby water bodies such as rivers; presumably for a better chance at catching prey. Adults are solitary, and are extremely aggressive towards others of their kind, sometimes even going to the lengths of killing other Fasolasuchus in a display of dominance. This territorial behavior makes it especially hard for survivors to tame them..

Domesticated - As they are capable of utilizing both bipedal and quadrupedal locomotion, Fasolasuchus' front limbs are fairly strong, and definitely set them apart from other carnivores. They are able to pick up and hold smaller creatures (including survivors!), and also use their clawed hands for a devastating swipe attack sure to knock an enemy off of their feet. And, to add onto their use in raids, Fasolasuchus are surprisingly efficient at breaking into bases; their dense skeletal structure let them slam their bodies full force into walls (thatch to stone) and destroy them quicker than most creatures! However, this comes at a cost, as Fasolasuchus aren't nearly as nimble as Allos or Carnos. Plus, running whilst bipedal will allow for a quick burst of speed at the beginning, however drains much more stamina opposed to running on all fours.

Taming Method - Fasolasuchus are quite unlike most creatures in terms of taming them. They are immune to tranquilizers, and can't be passively tamed due to their aggressive nature. However, there is one method that works.

In order to obtain a Fasolasuchus, survivors must, essentially, deal as much damage as they can to it, all whilst also not killing it. Firearms, traps, tamed creatures are all effective against the beasts, as long as there are no ailments like poison involved; whilst it won't affect the overall tame, they are especially weak to it. It may take a while, but eventually the Fasolasuchus will choose to retreat. Survivors should, of course, follow the creature, (however make sure to stay out of aggro distance), where they will eventually stop to rest; very slowly regaining health. It is only then when it is possible to give the Fasolasuchus their preferred meal; prime meat. Of course, due to its fast spoil time, prime meat cannot always be used as taming food, so cooked prime and also lamb chops are good alternatives. 

Once placed in their inventory, the Fasolasuchus will consume it before waking up, now tamed. There is also no need to worry about their health, as within a minute or two they will heal it back up. This only happens directly after their tame though; they heal like any other creature once this is complete.

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Description:

Standing eye to eye with an Allosaurus, Fasolasuchus Magnus is a raisuchid like its cousin, Kaprosuchus, but much larger. This aggressive quadrupedal predator is so territorial it will attack most creatures, even a Rex!

Wild:

Fasolasuchus Magnus can be found in swamps or near desert oasis. When a prey creature catches their eye they will sprint on two legs towards the creature with their large maw open and deliver an impactful bite that disorients their prey. If their target lives through the initial attack they will continue delivering devastating bites and forelimb stomps until the creature quits moving. If you think you’re safe to approach this beast from behind, think again. They have a tail that is strong enough to break bone. To add to all that, Fasolasuchus is tenacious in following prey, being capable of following for great distances when walking on all fours. Like their crocodilian relatives, they are able to stop blood flow to certain areas of their bodies at will, making them unaffected by attacks that cause bleed.

Domesticated:

Some survivors have found that the aggressive Fasolasuchus makes for a very strong mount for their shock troops, using their sprinting bites to surprise enemy flanks in smash and run strikes. Some have even take advantage of the added sturdiness that the stocky quadrupedal build of Fasolasuchus gives them and have crafted saddles that essentially turn the Fasolasuchus into an organic tank, with a driver controlling the creature while two gunners operate the rocket cannons on either side of the creature.

For taming I like Serpent1cular’s idea.


This is based off of Fasolasuchus Tenax, which is the largest known Raisuchid. Imagine a Kapro scaled up to 33ft long and given a Rex-like head. I figured this could swap between bipedal and quadrupedal walk giving it different attacks.

Quadrupedal would be slower and would rely on bites and foreleg stomps, maybe a tail whip as well.

Bipedal would be faster and use a lot of Stamina, with a bite and a charging bite that scales like the rhino, perhaps causing a gnash as well.

Two saddle types, normal which would cause it to function like normal, and a fabricated saddle.

The fabricated saddle would restrict the Fasolasuchus to quadrupedal mode and would seat a driver and two gunners. There would be one rocket turret on either side of the Fasolasuchus that would be manned by the gunners.

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Felt like adding a more in depth description of my ideas for this creature.
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On 11/9/2021 at 4:49 AM, Serpent1cular said:

THIS IS A WIP, JUST POSTING THIS HERE NOW SO IT HAS A BETTER CHANCE AT BEING SEEN

There seems to be a lack of large carnivores that aren't theropods, so here's my ARK-ified version of Fasolasuchus!

Common Name - Fasolasuchus furor 

Time Period - Triassic

Diet - Carnivore

Temperament - Aggressive

Description - One of the most ferocious creatures inhabiting the ARKs, Fasolasuchus furor is a force to be reckoned with. And with a striking resemblance to the ancient Dragons of European myth, this Triassic archosaur is sure to give survivors a run for their money.

Wild - Typically, Fasolasuchus are found in and around the temperate forests of Fjordur, however they have been sighted living nearby water bodies such as rivers; presumably for a better chance at catching prey. Adults are solitary, and are extremely aggressive towards others of their kind, sometimes even going to the lengths of killing other Fasolasuchus in a display of dominance. This territorial behavior makes it especially hard for survivors to tame them..

Domesticated - As they are capable of utilizing both bipedal and quadrupedal locomotion, Fasolasuchus' front limbs are fairly strong, and definitely set them apart from other carnivores. They are able to pick up and hold smaller creatures (including survivors!), and also use their clawed hands for a devastating swipe attack sure to knock an enemy off of their feet. And, to add onto their use in raids, Fasolasuchus are surprisingly efficient at breaking into bases; their dense skeletal structure let them slam their bodies full force into walls (thatch to stone) and destroy them quicker than most creatures! However, this comes at a cost, as Fasolasuchus aren't nearly as nimble as Allos or Carnos. Plus, running whilst bipedal will allow for a quick burst of speed at the beginning, however drains much more stamina opposed to running on all fours.

Taming Method - Fasolasuchus are quite unlike most creatures in terms of taming them. They are immune to tranquilizers, and can't be passively tamed due to their aggressive nature. However, there is one method that works.

In order to obtain a Fasolasuchus, survivors must, essentially, deal as much damage as they can to it, all whilst also not killing it. Firearms, traps, tamed creatures are all effective against the beasts, as long as there are no ailments like poison involved; whilst it won't affect the overall tame, they are especially weak to it. It may take a while, but eventually the Fasolasuchus will choose to retreat to their den. Survivors should, of course, follow the creature, which is where they will be found sleeping and very slowly regaining health. It is only then when it is possible to give the Fasolasuchus their preferred meal; prime meat. Of course, due to its fast spoil time, prime meat cannot always be used as taming food, so cooked prime and also lamb chops are good alternatives. 

Once placed in their inventory, the Fasolasuchus will consume it before waking up, now tamed. There is also no need to worry about their health, as within a minute or two they will heal it back up. This only happens directly after their tame though; they heal like any other creature once this is complete.

What were you planning on adding?

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On 11/7/2021 at 12:38 PM, 1Sonder said:

Description:

Standing eye to eye with an Allosaurus, Fasolasuchus Magnus is a raisuchid like its cousin, Kaprosuchus, but much larger. This aggressive quadrupedal predator is so territorial it will attack most creatures, even a Rex!

Wild:

Fasolasuchus Magnus can be found in swamps or near desert oasis. When a prey creature catches their eye they will sprint on two legs towards the creature with their large maw open and deliver an impactful bite that disorients their prey. If their target lives through the initial attack they will continue delivering devastating bites and forelimb stomps until the creature quits moving. If you think you’re safe to approach this beast from behind, think again. They have a tail that is strong enough to break bone. To add to all that, Fasolasuchus is tenacious in following prey, being capable of following for great distances when walking on all fours. Like their crocodilian relatives, they are able to stop blood flow to certain areas of their bodies at will, making them unaffected by attacks that cause bleed.

Domesticated:

Some survivors have found that the aggressive Fasolasuchus makes for a very strong mount for their shock troops, using their sprinting bites to surprise enemy flanks in smash and run strikes. Some have even take advantage of the added sturdiness that the stocky quadrupedal build of Fasolasuchus gives them and have crafted saddles that essentially turn the Fasolasuchus into an organic tank, with a driver controlling the creature while two gunners operate the rocket cannons on either side of the creature.

For taming I like Serpent1cular’s idea.


This is based off of Fasolasuchus Tenax, which is the largest known Raisuchid. Imagine a Kapro scaled up to 33ft long and given a Rex-like head. I figured this could swap between bipedal and quadrupedal walk giving it different attacks.

Quadrupedal would be slower and would rely on bites and foreleg stomps, maybe a tail whip as well.

Bipedal would be faster and use a lot of Stamina, with a bite and a charging bite that scales like the rhino, perhaps causing a gnash as well.

Two saddle types, normal which would cause it to function like normal, and a fabricated saddle.

The fabricated saddle would restrict the Fasolasuchus to quadrupedal mode and would seat a driver and two gunners. There would be one rocket turret on either side of the Fasolasuchus that would be manned by the gunners.

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Let me know if you have any suggestions.

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