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Hypsilophodon the invisibility cloak and small dino buffer
crossyn posted a suggestion in Creature SubmissionsEarly cretaceous hypsilophodon is a ornithopod It's favourite foods are rare flowers and rare mushrooms Wild In the wild hypsis spawn in groups of 2 up to 3 they are a neutral creature that would spawn in any forests . Tamed When tamed the hypsilophodon will be a excellent shoulder friend as it has the ability to make its tamer invisible but at the cost of stamina and very heavy food drain the hypsilophodon also buffs lil friends it screams at the top of its lungs boosting torp resistance attack and speed making most of the smaller dinos more fearsome. Tameing Hypsilophodon is a basic knockout tame but in order to get 100%tameing effectivelyness you must feed it its favourite food rare flowers which as many know angers dinos around so you must defend your lil buddy from them. Other abilities I thought of 2x vs tek as it hates the glow and bit more Has targeted range like para with its scream ability stacks with yuti but it only affects small dinos dodo to troodon size The hypsilophodon would look like the Isles but bigger longer tail as that is what cloaks the player The hypsilophodon also when it's invisibility is activated helps the player to be harder to find or aggro as the tail acts as a sort of gilli suit it helps by masking the player in a plume of feathers
thylos6912 posted a suggestion in Creature SubmissionsName: Moros Intrepidus Time: Late Cretaceous Diet: Carnivore Temperament: Aggressive Moros Intrepidus is part of tyrannosauroidea (Tyrant lizard forms), which is a group that consists of tyrannosauridae and coelurosaurians. Moros Intrepidus stood at about 5 feet tall and weighed 170 lbs and is one of the smallest dinosaurs of its kind. Moros Intrepidus means 'Harbinger of doom'. A lone or pack of Moros is no joke, and live up to their name. You are best to bring a good tame and weaponary to take down this foe or foes. In order to domesticate a Moros Intrepidus, it needs to be netted or hit with a chain bola and fed narcotic to knock it out. To tame one, a wild Moros is a picky eater once subdued, eating only Shadow Steak Saute. Once you have it tamed, you got yourself a fearsome, little tyrannosaur at your disposal. On the arks, Moros Intrepidus is a mixture of all sorts of large Carnivores, making it an invaluable tame. Abilities- Moros Intrepidus is great at running, making it an invaluable tame to traverse the arks with. They are pack animals and each pack consists up of two Moros. In battle, Moros Intrepidus can bite fairly quickly being able to produce a large amount damage in a short period of time. When it is in a pack, it is able to bleed out its target, much like that of an Allosaurus, courage roar for small to medium tames, much like that of a Yutyrannus, buffing its allies, and a health regeneration bonus from corpses like an Argentavis. Talk about an all rounder!
Hello, I'm here again to present a new updated look at my first submission from the Lost Island vote: (Re)Introducing Olorotitan, every survivor's dream and every carnivore's nightmare! Transcript: Common name: Olorotitan Species: Olorotitan resonacarmen Time: Late Cretaceous Diet: Herbivore Temperament: Territorial Wild: "Whenever somebody asks me what I believe to be the most powerful herbivore on the Ark, one of the first creatures that come to mind is Olorotitan resonacarmen. Between its impeccable physical capabilities, thick hide and it's unique ability to rally other herbivores to aid it in combat, even some of the larger carnivores like Tyrannosaurus struggle to bring this titanic beast down." "Olorotitan can often be seen with a group of about two to three Parasaurolophus aroud it. It is likely that the Parasaurs recognize the Olorotitan as a source of protection and choose to stay nearby to remain safe from predators." Domesticated: "Taming an Olorotitan is no easy feat. They are highly aggressive towards anything that isn't an herbivore. I have heard many stories about unprepared survivors who died trying to domesticate this creature. Despite this, there are some tribes who have successfully obtained one. They say that if you bring a tamed herbivore with you, the Olorotitan will not see you as a threat and allow you to approach it and begin the taming process." "Once domesticated, an Olorotitan is quite the formidable creature for any survivor to have in their arsenal. Its large size allows it to carry loads of resources. Some survivors even equip their saddles with bags to carry large quantities of food to feed other allied creatures on the move. On top of its immesurable strength and endurance, it can let out various different 'songs' that can invigorate allied creatures and enhance their physical abilities." In-Game Info: -Size: approx. Rex/Yuty size -Taming: The Olorotitan will initially be aggressive when encountered, but when in the proximity of a tamed herbivore, Olorotitan will enter a passive state and will approach you. when this happens, the Oloro will be able to be fed. Follow the Oloro until tamed -Preferred Kibble Type: Exceptional -Extra Notes: In the wild, Olorotitan will be surrounded by 2-3 Parasaurs. If you attack/kill one, this will instantly aggro the Oloro and chase you down to kill you. Offensive Abilities: -Bite/Scratch: standard melee attack, harvests berries, fiber, wood, and thatch -Stomp: performs a big stomp that can deal AOE damage; harvests stone, flint, metal, and crystal -Titan's Song: cycles through 3 different calls that can provide buffs to allied creatures -Defensive Song: minor damage reduction to allies for a few seconds -Invigorating: minor speed boost and stamina use for a few seconds -Intimidating: stuns enemy creatures in place for a few seconds Passive Abilities: -Mobile Feeding Trough: Saddle functions as a mobile feeding trough to feed allied creatures while on the go. -Weight Reduction: reduced weight on several resources and food items . -Carnivore Scorn: Does slightly more damage to carnivorous animals; only effects Olorotitan. -Fearless: immune to Yutyrannus' Fear debuff Extra Information: -Wikipedia article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olorotitan Thank you for taking the time to read this over! If you want to see this get added to the game, feel free to give it a vote! it would mean the world to me!