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  1. it's clearly a deinonychus. Only question is, is it a new DLC or just an update? Guess we'll find out next week
  2. So hypothetically if I were to set the launch parameters to ActiveEvent=FearEvolved, would that then enable the fear evolved event? Or is the ActiveEvent= a new system and/or only compatible with Winter Wonderland?
  3. I agree with this much. It would be nice to have a rare variant that's magical and is basically how it is now, and a more common variant that is permanent and serves as a mid-game water mount
  4. The only problem I have with a November release date is once FO76 comes out, when I'm not in class that's going to be eating up most of my time until me and my friends have done all there is to do, which means I'm not gonna be able to experience Extinction for very long :((((
  5. The winner's arkwork wasn't even from ark. Impressive yes, but it's the indoraptor from Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom lmao. In fact, I think that's even an exact scene from the trailer
  6. To everyone who has played it, is it worth the price tag? I'm interested in it but can't tell if I would enjoy it or not
  7. I get what you're going for. It would be nice if they were more realistic, BUUUUUUUUUUUUT they are supposed to be genetically altered/separately evolved from the real life counterpart, so there are some liberties taken. Plus I think an overlooked fact by pretty much everyone is the size and strength of the giga is most likely a reference to Dino Crisis 2, in which a giga appears that is around twice the size of the rex, and is so much more powerful that it takes it out in just a couple seconds
  8. I agree. Allosaurs wouldn't be stepping on the toes of a rex, and a rex wouldn't let any of other predators in its territory. All predators see anything smaller than them, predator or prey, as prey, and anything bigger as a threat, with the exception of things like packs of raptors against a trike/stego, or a rex against a bronto.
  9. Having multiple latch on to you like the leeches would make them a little more worth taming, especially if you could whistle them to do it/they did it automatically while attacking
  10. I wish they would actually update the model. I understand the art team is busy with extinction, but the parasaur is suffering from over design like many of the initial creatures IMO
  11. I like the new parasaur ability, it's something we've all been asking for for some time, but the model suffers from the same condition as a lot of the launch dinos do: over design. My suggestion would be to get rid of the unnecessary spikes, make the skin look more realistic like the other tlc pass dinos, and maybe a switch stance? IRL they most likely walked on all 4's to eat and graze and ran on 2 legs. Also, I think I'm misinterpreting, but is there going to be two different honks, or only the one in the preview clip? If it's just the one, make it a lot louder. If it's two, an alarm and a scare, then as long as the alarm one is louder than that it's fine
  12. me and my friend ascended on my non dedicated server but he crashed right as the cutscene started and now he can't find his character file and we're considering stopping
  13. Stronger? We'll find out when they've officially announced everything that will be in it, like they did with phase 1. It'll be able to switch stances, bipedal doing a lot more damage as it'll also use its claws in exchange for speed. Quadrupedal switches damage for speed and maneuverability. It'll move faster and have a tighter turning radius, as well as being buffed while in the water
  14. I think of them as separately evolving from the base genome, although being genetically created like the humans in aberration, goes along with a theory about the origins of the ARKs that I have. In the aberration ascension, you get transported to earth. Before you do you can see a large crater. We also learn that the tek tier, which is the same style as the ARKs, is human made. We also see briefly in the cinematic that on earth very similar structures are left in a barren hell, so it's basically confirmed that they're human made. We also learn from Diana that in the future that humanity is split into two warring factions. From this, I'm going on a limb and saying that the war caused a near-human extinction, sparking the creation of the ARKs to secure the future of the human race. Shortly after launching the project, a massive meteor struck the earth, causing that huge crater from the cinematic, as no nuke is powerful enough to create such devastation, only something like a meteor is, which we've seen here on earth in the real world. As a way of preparing the survivors of the ARKs for the harsh realities of the now completely devastated earth, the future humans scanned and cloned humans displaying certain characteristics, such as intelligence, adaptability, lethality etc from across time, as well as some of the most dangerous, either letting them evolve on their own or genetically enhancing them to the point that they're a new species, to allow them to adapt to the horrors they may face when they return. This would explain the name 'Extinction' for the next and final DLC releasing this year, as it would show the extinction of the human race, and possibly all life on earth in the future, and explaining why they're called ARKs, because an ark is used to preserve life after a cataclysmic event, like noah's ark. The only things that don't add up are the defense units in the control station, as they're bio-organic, or in lamens cyborgs. Although if the dinosaurs are genetically altered, it's not too much of a stretch to assume that they would have altered various beings to leave behind to help ensure only the best survive. Unless of course it's revealed that the whole thing was created by an alien race, which would explain the reason the control center and the defense units look different stylistically compared to things on the ARKs themselves. TL;DR it makes sense for them to be genetically altered, and not separately evolved
  15. It's implied through the dossiers as they're separate subspecies and look and act a little different than they had in real life. If I remember correctly, Helena also mentions it in one of her early explorer notes on the island
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