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I like this idea too. Although I already voted for the Hatz.

This creature kinda reminds me of the creature in Star Wars: Clone Wars. Where Obiwan Looks for Count Doku. But that one was fast also on ground and it could jump really high. And it made the coolest sound. Too bad this lizard can't have same abilities. Even though Rock Drake has almost same abilities.

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On 1/16/2023 at 10:59 AM, Skeel said:

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Hello Survivor !

We are happy to present the Nothosaurus, a giant amphibious lizard !

 

 

Behavior : This is a large marine lizard, which regularly comes out of the water to bask on hot rocky beaches. This creature is found in shallow waters. He tends to be quickly aggressive, however he remains vulnerable during his naps.

Apparence : Smaller than a plesiosaur, the Nothosaurus is relatively slender, which gives it incredible agility in water. Its front legs are equipped with claws allowing it to adhere to rockeries, as long as its hind legs equipped with large muscles allow it to jump out of the water.

Taming : When he basks in the sun, it's time to approach discreetly to ride him by giving its fish. He will then rush into the water and a marine rodeo begins. It will be necessary to give its a fish to calm him during its spins at the risk of being unseated and at its mercy.

Utility : The Nothosaurus is a pretty good and fast swimmer. Regarding the fight, it can both use its powerful jaw to shred flesh and its tail to inflict great damage. It is also able to perform torpedo attacks thus increasing its speed.The Nohtosaurus also has a gloatrum in which it will store fish liver oil, which can be recovered to make a fishing elixir. The latter then increases the quality of the loots caught. It can also preserve fish meat longer.

 

Dossier :

Wild

The Nothosaurus Giganteus is an amphibious creature, a bloodthirsty killer that can move both in water and on land. The anguish of strolling by the sea and seeing this behemoth emerge out of the water and bite off its poor victim. The only opportunities we had to observe the Nothosaurus were when it was lying on the edge of the ocean to rest. Their lifestyle is very close to the Seals. It is without counting on these teeth as sharp as razor blades. To see it so skilfully hunting fish is an incredible sight, but rare are the still living witnesses of this aquatic broom.

Domesticated

For the more courageous, taming a Nothosaurus Giganteus is an excellent asset for its tribe, despite moving slowly on land, it displays all its agility once in the water. Discovering the seabed on the back of Nothosaurus is an unforgettable moment, thanks to its incredible ease under water. Although he is a faithful ally, he is above all a fast and effective murderer, especially for the fish he will kill until his thirst for flesh is satisfied. A very ingenious device is located at the level of its neck, a kind of pocket which stores and preserves the fish longer then transforms them into a kind of oil very popular with fishing enthusiasts, I have even seen some taken enormously after being in contact with this oil...

 

The creature was released with Les Mésaventuriers team.
Special thanks to Umbra_Daiwrfol for the illustrations!

This is by far the best concept for the notho.

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On 1/16/2023 at 2:59 PM, Skeel said:

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Hello Survivor !

We are happy to present the Nothosaurus, a giant amphibious lizard !

 

 

Behavior : This is a large marine lizard, which regularly comes out of the water to bask on hot rocky beaches. This creature is found in shallow waters. He tends to be quickly aggressive, however he remains vulnerable during his naps.

Apparence : Smaller than a plesiosaur, the Nothosaurus is relatively slender, which gives it incredible agility in water. Its front legs are equipped with claws allowing it to adhere to rockeries, as long as its hind legs equipped with large muscles allow it to jump out of the water.

Taming : When he basks in the sun, it's time to approach discreetly to ride him by giving its fish. He will then rush into the water and a marine rodeo begins. It will be necessary to give its a fish to calm him during its spins at the risk of being unseated and at its mercy.

Utility : The Nothosaurus is a pretty good and fast swimmer. Regarding the fight, it can both use its powerful jaw to shred flesh and its tail to inflict great damage. It is also able to perform torpedo attacks thus increasing its speed.The Nohtosaurus also has a gloatrum in which it will store fish liver oil, which can be recovered to make a fishing elixir. The latter then increases the quality of the loots caught. It can also preserve fish meat longer.

 

Dossier :

Wild

The Nothosaurus Giganteus is an amphibious creature, a bloodthirsty killer that can move both in water and on land. The anguish of strolling by the sea and seeing this behemoth emerge out of the water and bite off its poor victim. The only opportunities we had to observe the Nothosaurus were when it was lying on the edge of the ocean to rest. Their lifestyle is very close to the Seals. It is without counting on these teeth as sharp as razor blades. To see it so skilfully hunting fish is an incredible sight, but rare are the still living witnesses of this aquatic broom.

Domesticated

For the more courageous, taming a Nothosaurus Giganteus is an excellent asset for its tribe, despite moving slowly on land, it displays all its agility once in the water. Discovering the seabed on the back of Nothosaurus is an unforgettable moment, thanks to its incredible ease under water. Although he is a faithful ally, he is above all a fast and effective murderer, especially for the fish he will kill until his thirst for flesh is satisfied. A very ingenious device is located at the level of its neck, a kind of pocket which stores and preserves the fish longer then transforms them into a kind of oil very popular with fishing enthusiasts, I have even seen some taken enormously after being in contact with this oil...

 

The creature was released with Les Mésaventuriers team.
Special thanks to Umbra_Daiwrfol for the illustrations!

If we do get the nothosaurus. I really hope wildcard uses this as the inspiration. I dont mind the submissions look or abilities but this suggestion is too good. Its abilities are unique. Taming method is cool. And the look 🤌

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I suggest with all the creature submissions that have a grapple, that the grapple be similar to a net gun. So The creature can do a short lunge to activate the grapple, and it will do the initial melee damage of the bite, but the damage stops there, unless more melee inputs are added by the rider. But after the grapple, the rider can dismount, and either attack, or tranquilize the victim. Maybe make the grapple only last as long as there is stamina, and maybe make the grappled creature unable to attack if only grappled, but do thrash damage if more melee inputs are added by the rider. This would be nice to use as an alternative to the net gun, and make it fun to hunt wyverns for crystal/milk by plucking them out of the sky, stopping a yuty from fearing you away if you have good timing, catching a maewing before it runs, or just simply having a really nice taming buddy... if you do not accidentally shoot your buddy in the face while it holds your prey.

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almenos esta es la segunda criatura mas inútil de las votaciones (el bisonte gigante ya esta en primera posición de los mas inutiles) pues quien seria lo suficientemente  estupido como para no poner a un huevo a incubar en cuanto salga uno de la madre, tambien a menos de que quieras un wyvern, un magmasaurur, un rockdrake o un deinonichus te será útil, tambien puedes consultar en la ark wiki para saber su spawn y localización para robar sus huevos

At least this is the second most useless creature of voting (the giant bison is already in the first position of the most useless) because who would be stupid enough not to put an egg to incubate as soon as one comes out of the mother, also unless you want a wyvern, a magmasaurur, a rockdrake or a deinonichus will be useful

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7 hours ago, enderspy0007 said:

almenos esta es la segunda criatura mas inútil de las votaciones (el bisonte gigante ya esta en primera posición de los mas inutiles) pues quien seria lo suficientemente  estupido como para no poner a un huevo a incubar en cuanto salga uno de la madre, tambien a menos de que quieras un wyvern, un magmasaurur, un rockdrake o un deinonichus te será útil, tambien puedes consultar en la ark wiki para saber su spawn y localización para robar sus huevos

At least this is the second most useless creature of voting (the giant bison is already in the first position of the most useless) because who would be stupid enough not to put an egg to incubate as soon as one comes out of the mother, also unless you want a wyvern, a magmasaurur, a rockdrake or a deinonichus will be useful

You do realise that the abilities don’t matter and that you should be voting on how the creature looks, not their abilities 

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On 1/14/2023 at 11:40 AM, TheNeoz said:

2033429932_Nothpage2(20230118125409).png.d88b189903139620672c4e7add059963.pngThe 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

 

The idea of the eggs are interesting but it will be better on another creature, a creature that his life is more related with eggs on the situations you described, for nothosaurus it looks a bit out of place.

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12 hours ago, Kingkestrel373 said:

You do realise that the abilities don’t matter and that you should be voting on how the creature looks, not their abilities 

usas la misma lógica que con los dodos pues estos se ven lindo, si, pero para usar hasta la wiki le da usos que ya no son ni siquiera cerca de ser útiles cuando sabes remplazarlos por criaturas mas útiles, ahora, en el caso del nothosaurus, así como dijo Hermes 1111 el único  hecho de buscar e incubar huevos no sirve de nada y solo estas desperdiciando tu voto con una criatura que casi nadie quiere y casi nadie ocupa, por eso vote por una criatura por mucho mas util para pvp, por eso lo que si deberían hacer es darle esas habilidades al eoraptor pues pequeño, fácil de transportar y si este agarra un huevo fertilizado salvaje evitara el agroo de otras criaturas, por eso concluyo que esta es una muy mala montura y criatura

You use the same logic as with the dodos because these look nice, yes, but even the wiki gives it uses that are no longer even close to being useful when you know how to replace them with more useful creatures, now, in the case of the nothosaurus, as Hermes 1111 said the only fact of looking for and incubating eggs is useless and you are only was Wasting your vote with a creature that almost no one wants and almost no one occupies, that's why I voted for a creature for much more useful for pvp, that's why what they should do is give those skills to the eoraptor because small, easy to transport and if he grabs a wild fertilized egg he will avoid the agroo of other creatures, That's why I conclude that this is a very bad mount and creature

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