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Caefor posted a suggestion in Creature submission archiveAncestor of the modern sand cat and black-footed cat, felis lunensis is a small desert feline that lived around 2.5 million years ago in the Pliocene. Felix lunensis are crepuscular, being most active at dawn and dusk, and are very elusive and wary creatures. Adults are not tameable; babies must be socialized in order to be tamed (bribed with food and pets while being spicy balls of fluff) and are master escape artists, so be careful what kind of pen you try to place them in. Once tamed, felix lunensis will occasionally provide (by petting, feeding, playing but only when it feels like it as cats are fickle) an "Inspurration" buff which increases the minimum crafting skill bonus, e.g. if you have the buff, max crafting skill, and craft something, the lowest possible bonus you could get would be say 30%. The buff percentage could depend on a stat that you could work to increase or just be random, since cats do what they want. Felix lunensis is not rideable, as it is house cat or smaller sized. Black-footed cat from Google search Sand Cat from Google search
Zygophyseter --> Takes buffs under the sea
Abaddon23 posted a suggestion in Creature submission archiveZygophyseter: We get a creature for the land part and we get one for the air, what ist missing? Yes the sea, so we need a creature for the sea Discriptionof Zygophyseter from Wikipedia: Zygophyseter varolai is an extinct sperm whale that lived during the Tortonian age of the Late Miocene 11.2 to 7.6 million years ago. It is known from a single specimen from the Pietra Leccese Formation in Italy. It was a member of a stem group of fossil macroraptorial sperm whales (often shortened to "raptorial") also including Brygmophyseter, Acrophyseter, and Livyatan. It probably grew to be around 6.5 to 7 meters (21 to 23 ft) in length and shared some characteristics with other raptorials, such as large teeth with tooth enamel that were functional in both the upper and lower jaws which the modern sperm whale (Physeter macrocephalus) lacks. It also had a beak, the ability to echolocate prey, and could have probably swum faster than the modern-day sperm whale which can reach 4 kilometers per hour (2.5 mph). These were probably used in the capture of large prey, such as large fish, seals, and whales. In fact, its common name, the killer sperm whale, refers to its feeding habits that would have had a resemblance to the modern-day killer whale (Orcinus orca). To this description he needs his sounds like a yuti, you can buff or debuff sea creatures. 1. dmg buff 2. tank buff 3. speed buff 4. scare buff 5 echo sounder He is stronger in a pack, he needs his family and they can kill everyone together in the sea! Taming: He swim in a pack with babys, you must tame the baby of the group. You put Basilo Blubber of the "0" in the inventory and feed the baby the Blubber. oh i find my old post from the last vote: The archaeologists have find new discoveries about the Zygophyseter: He is the the killer whale of the old times, his passive is predator of the sea: If he swims around in 3 groups, other water animals dont attack him except Tuso and Mosa. And he make 1,5x more damage vs a Tuso. His other passive is intilligent predator: If he eats jellyfish or eels he can make shocking bite attacks on others, but he is immune to it. Sea view: his rider sees everything clear and bright in the deap sea. left klick: bite with passive (intilligent predator) right klick: headbutt -> he can make his opponent drowsi x- klick: flippers blow -> beats with his fin and can hit rider down c- klick: call buffs Call buffs: you have many call buffs with the Zygo and can swap the calls with the R like the new Tek-bow. But every call have a cooldown. And you can call only one buff. echo sounder: can uncover all livings being like the Para, you can also see how far away the animal or person is. heal call: can only be used with Zygo groups, you can heal all group member. damage call: all buffed animal get a damage buff. attackspeed call: all buffed animal get a attackspeed buff. tank call: all buffed animal get a tank buff, he get a fewer damage from opponents. slow call: all debuffed opponents are slower down. confusion call: all debuffed opponents are confused and swim awy. Form many Ideas feel free and write your ideas under the post I hope you like this creature and vote him up for the better sea in ARK
Molossian hound. war dog and loyalist boy.
BeastTamerRed posted a suggestion in Creature submission archiveThe molossian hound is a now extinct breed of dog. Dated back to the times of the romans and Greeks the molossian was used in both war and as guard dogs. They run around In packs of wild dogs and can be aggressive towards players when grouped up like this. Although you can passively tame the hounds if you get them alone, it is maybe easier to steal one of there pups and raise it, as you will end up with a more loyal and stronger animal. Bleed. Being a damage heavy tame anyways this is only boosted with a stackable bleed that they inflicted. Pack bonus. Being man’s best friend the molossian hound is very much part of the tribe. They give the pack bonus not only to other dogs but also the player and other tames as they see all of the tribe as their pack. Petted buff. When petted they become more tanky this buff lasts significantly longer than the hyaenodon pet buff and makes them perfect guard dogs. Imprinted. When imprinted on from a pup the hound becomes even more loyal following their chosen player around with ease, even when they go on the backs of tames and fliers. Making them a following travel companion. They also fiercely protect their player when unconscious or offline, making them great in PVP. Armour. Although not being quite big enough to ride the dogs can be made an armour https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Molossus_(dog) https://www.dogbreedinfo.com/m/molossus.htm
Confuciusornis, Ark's Ravens
Avisrex posted a suggestion in Creature submission archiveConfuciusornis sanctus Early cretaceous period of China prefers wet forest habitats omnivore favoring insects, seeds, and berries Both genders can serve as buffs, males when crowing can give a combat buff to players as well as their tames, considering them all as part of its flock while females give crafting skill buffs so you can bring higher quality weapons to fights. Both serving important purposes in raids or fights. another idea is that they can be honey guides, wild ones being find by beehives and tamed ones helping lead you and your dire bear to honey. They can likely be a compliment to the Sinomacrops in that they can be great harvesters of chitin, being tossed towards insect bodies like the fjordhawk towards body backs then fly back with a nice stack of chitin. Shoulder healer is something I have never seen in ark before. As long as its preferred food is in its inventory, it can slowly heal you over time. Taming would likely depend on what its function could be. if a honey guide than dropping sweet things like mejoberries and passively feeding it could work. If a healer then perhaps the more damaged you are the more it feels a need to tend to you so it tames faster.... if you just drained yourself to go tame bats then why not go for this guy too? Reverse of the bloodstalker and bat taming methods. I feel the forests of ark should have more small flyers in it to make the air feel more alive. The hawk and sino help with in this respective maps but I think we still need more. also Confuciusornis is about as iconic as Archeopteryx when concerning early birds. It would be a shame to not include it.
artifact Artifact as a buffed token.
Darkrosethebirdgod posted a suggestion in Game SuggestionsI think it would create more game play and drive to search for artifacts if you could place the artifact in the off hand slot and each artifact gives different status or effects or abilities and when it’s equipped in the off hand slot it show on the character as a necklace.