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AngrySaltire last won the day on June 5

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  1. As I have not experienced Valguero yet (am a console player) I am unsure on the creatures found on the map. Apparently Valguero does have griffins. It also has ice wyverns and fire wyverns but not lightning and poison, so it doesnt make Rag irrelevant.
  2. The host tether is there for a reason. Consoles can barely cope with once instance of the game never mind allowing the removal of the host barrier.
  3. Apparently itll release on console sometime in July. https://invisioncommunity.co.uk/ark-survival-evolved-valguero-map-expansion-info-and-new-trailer/
  4. Ah well since you showed me yours, I'll show you mines. A clip I took from the last time our Ab server was on rotation, using the exact same setup as I am using now. Hope it works. https://gamerdvr.com/gamer/angrysaltire/video/75982497
  5. Huh. How do you share a clip like that ? I am not too fussed about killing high levels, drakes seems to respawn fast enough and the eggs spawn so frequently too.
  6. Multiple reasons really. It would take an insane amount of time to wait down there with cryo sickness to deploy all 18 dinos down there. TBF if I did that I could have glided down on my drake in about 30 seconds. I just didnt fancy going down there on my drake and uncryo everything down there. I mean I could have done it but I judged it was safer and less stressful this way. Also I like the walk down. I used to raid the nests solo just on a drake but that too was too dangerous too. Too easy to get caught by a pack of angry drakes or make a mistake and end up falling into the river. This way I can nick eggs in the trench on drake back and lead all aggroed drakes to my squad who shred any and all wild drakes. I can nick multiple eggs in a fraction of the time that it would take to use a drake to grab an egg and leave render distance.
  7. I take it this happened on the Extinction map and not one of the other maps ? Were you too high up or did you stray too far past the warning beacons round the edge of the Extinction map ? You should get a warning about your implant becoming unstable and it starts to killl you ?
  8. So when should they upload it ? Tbh I dont know much about SteamDB so it might not mean its nearly ready. But this suggests it is. Its probably coincidence it was uploaded around the time of E3. Am speaking theoretically here but maybe WC had no idea if what ever Digiorno is would be ready for E3 and decided not to go. I would imagine you need to book well in advance as a company to attend these things.
  9. Aberration Got on last night and continued with my preparations for entering the drake trench. I uncryoed all 17 of my megalosaurus's and leveled and saddled them. Did the same with my spino. Hoped onto my spino and had 12 megas on follow and recryoed 5 megas to reduce what I was dragging down, and started the descent through the blue, purple and then into the red zone. Its always a bit nerve wracking doing this, theres always a chance a megalo does something stupid and runs of a cliff. Kept the squad on passive at all times to reduce the likelihood of this happening, unless I was confident of where I was and I needed to deal with powerful aggressive dino. I ran into basilisks twice, but neither of them knew what hit them when I whistled neutral. Got to the end of the red zone without a hitch and started down the cavern to the trench entrance. Made it to the trenches and found my way down to my desired trench, the main one behind the elemental waterfall. Deployed my rock drake so I could start raiding the nests and so i had a way out of here. The spino was used for ease of access and to act as a passive anchor for the megalosaurus. Started raiding the nests while I waited for the cryosickness to wear off so I could deploy the final 5 megalosaurus. Annoyingly the megas do prefer their secondary attack but they eventually do switch to their primary attack and they are in such numbers that this doesnt really matter. It wasn't to bad a haul either as I wasnt really planning on grabbing too many eggs, 3 150, 2 160 and 1 170 eggs. Stayed down until I had to change out of my tek armour and into my hazard suit. Now I have the squad down in the trench, all I need to do when I want a few drake eggs is to grab a drake and glide all the way down from the fertile zone to the trench. I can now farm eggs without the fear of becoming swamped by angry drakes.
  10. Maybe E3 has a no pizza rule.
  11. Yeah I kinda forget that exists too, maybe I just associate it with being a PvP item. The ingredients list doesnt look to bad actually. Thanks for reminding me about that, might give that a try at somepoint. Yeah I dont fancy keeping up with repairing the goggles.
  12. Unfortunately the way the game is designed mean that lag is essentially unavoidable, especially when you couple that with subpar servers. It would take a redesign of the game to limit or eliminate the problems currently encountered. I have to say most of these ideas would take what is already an insanely grindy game and make it even worse. The only one I really agree with is lower the population cap of a tribe but I would couple that with a decrease in the mating interval to compete for breeding. As it stands IMHO, the best way to experience this game (in a way which limits lag etc), especially in PvE, is to play on a low population server with an active admin who can deal with any problems that may arise.
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