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On 6/3/2023 at 8:36 PM, Hatcheri said:

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Common Name :Majungasaurus 

Species : Majungasaurus absconditus

Time : Late Cretaceous

Diet : Carnivorous 

Temperament :Opportunistic

 

WILD: Majungasaurus absconditus is quite the interesting theropod. While most of the creatures of the ark look different to their real life counterparts, majungasaurus seems to have evolved to fit into a new niche in the arks ecosystem. It seems to have adapted many traits from modern day chameleons including the ability to change their skin color to camouflage into their surroundings. Many survivors often talk about how they feel like there's something always watching them just from the treeline out of sight and from my studies I believe that majungasaurus may be the culprit. They seem to have a higher intelligence than most creatures on the ark and are very curious by nature. 

 

Domesticated: A tamed majungasaurus however is a scientist's best friend. These creatures can be used to sneak up on and study even the most dangerous of animals and can even help find certain desired traits in wild creatures. And for those who would rather venture out on their own, some survivors have figured out how to modify their armor with the shedded scales of majungasaurus to give them limited camouflage. 

 

Taming: To tame a majungasaurus you must gain its trust by crafting structures and other trinkets to appease its curiosity. The higher quality item the less taming effectiveness is lost.

Taming 2: To tame a majungasaurus you must gain its trust by feeding into its cannibalistic tendencies. You must kill and bring other majungasaurus to the target majunga

 

Stat Reading: While camouflaged on a majunga you are able to sneak up on unsuspecting creatures. If you're able to get close enough your majunga will be able to act like a primitive HLNA from the genesis maps and read out the base stats of said creature. 

 

Camouflage Armor: As the majunga sheds its skin, survivors will be able to gather leftover scales and apply it to their armor to gain the majungas ability to camouflage. However unlike majunga survivors will only be able to camouflage while standing completely still.

 

Combat: The majunga isn't really much of a fighter so it only has a basic bite attack that does around the same damage as a carno.

 

Size: The Majunga would be around the size of Megalosaurus ingame which would allow it to be a new caving creature since we haven't gotten anything capable of caving in a long time.

 

Suggestions from Replies:

Getting a buff when eating another Majunga

Eat other tamed Majungas when it gets low on hunger

Main Attack does bonus damage if used while invisible (brings majunga out of invisibility) 

 

 

crano 2.0? good ideaLIKE

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On 3/6/2023 at 23:36, Hatcheri said:

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^All Art is done by Lapis Lazuli and Dossier is edited by Mihael

Common Name :Majungasaurus 

Species : Majungasaurus absconditus

Time : Late Cretaceous

Diet : Carnivorous 

Temperament :Opportunistic

 

WILD: Majungasaurus absconditus is quite the interesting theropod. While most of the creatures of the ark look different to their real life counterparts, majungasaurus seems to have evolved to fit into a new niche in the arks ecosystem. It seems to have adapted many traits from modern day chameleons including the ability to change their skin color to camouflage into their surroundings. Many survivors often talk about how they feel like there's something always watching them just from the treeline out of sight and from my studies I believe that majungasaurus may be the culprit. They seem to have a higher intelligence than most creatures on the ark and are very curious by nature. 

 

Domesticated: A tamed majungasaurus however is a scientist's best friend. These creatures can be used to sneak up on and study even the most dangerous of animals and can even help find certain desired traits in wild creatures. And for those who would rather venture out on their own, some survivors have figured out how to modify their armor with the shedded scales of majungasaurus to give them limited camouflage. 

 

Taming: To tame a majungasaurus you must gain its trust by crafting structures and other trinkets to appease its curiosity. The higher quality item the less taming effectiveness is lost.

Taming 2: To tame a majungasaurus you must gain its trust by feeding into its cannibalistic tendencies. You must kill and bring other majungasaurus to the target majunga

 

Lectura de estadísticas: mientras estás camuflado en una majunga, puedes acercarte sigilosamente a criaturas desprevenidas. Si puede acercarse lo suficiente, su majunga podrá actuar como un HLNA primitivo de los mapas de génesis y leer las estadísticas básicas de dicha criatura. 

 

Armadura de camuflaje: a medida que el majunga muda su piel, los sobrevivientes podrán recolectar las escamas sobrantes y aplicarlas a su armadura para obtener la habilidad majunga de camuflarse. Sin embargo, a diferencia de los majunga, los sobrevivientes solo podrán camuflarse mientras están completamente quietos.

 

Combate: el majunga no es realmente un gran luchador, por lo que solo tiene un ataque de mordisco básico que hace casi el mismo daño que un carno.

 

Tamaño: El Majunga sería del tamaño de Megalosaurus en el juego, lo que le permitiría ser una nueva criatura espeleológica ya que no hemos conseguido nada capaz de espeleología en mucho tiempo.

 

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Obtener un beneficio al comer otro Majunga

Come otras Majungas domesticadas cuando se esté quedando sin hambre.

El ataque principal hace daño adicional si se usa mientras es invisible (saca a majunga de la invisibilidad) 

 

 

Umm lo del camuflaje ta bueno 

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