TheNeoz Posted January 14 Share Posted January 14 (edited) The Nothosaurus has the abilty for all wild eggs to have a chance be fertilized such as trike and trex eggs. If on your journey you want a trex but dont have enough trangs then steal a trex egg with this creature and maybe it will be fertilized. Dont worry about using trangs with the Nothosaurus its a passive tame. Feed it eggs to tame it but be warned it loves fish so much that it will attack you if you have fish in your inventory. The Nothosaurus is truly great for traveling semi fast on land but also an even faster swimmer. the saddle on its back has a bar for you to hold on to while under water and when it launch its self out of the water. The Nothosaurus usally dives down into the water and launches it self into the air all thow we dont really know what this does for the creature we assume its a form of fun. The Nothosaurus would usally be lazing around on the edge of the water this would provide relaxation and would make the creature regain its stamina much faster. Dont worry about oxygen when swimming the Nothosaurus will provide oxygen bubbles for you but be warned it can only provide them for around 2 minutes The best travel buddy you could have. Extra: I have seen that people think the ability makes it so you dont have to tame any creatures ever again you would be wrong as i have stated that a wild egg would have a chance. Say a wild dodo egg has a 60% chance to be fertilized and a wild trex egg has a 10% chance to be fertilized the percentage will be lower depending on the creature. If you have a tamed creature lay a non fertilized egg the nothosaurus cant make it fertilized because thats not its abilty the abilty is to find wild fertilized eggs from wild dinos. This would make the game more immersive and explain why wild eggs cant be fertilized besides rock drakes and wyverns and etc. They are protected by there kind so theres no need to hide them. Hope this makes the abilty more clear Edited January 23 by TheNeoz updated description 2 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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