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🔥¡Introducing Leanchoilia, land-based anti-aircraft cannon!🔥 WILD This crab-like creature loves sulfur lakes, they seem very comfortable and calm although more than one has lost their life trying to get close to them, because although they may not seem like it, they are quite aggressive, especially if they are females with eggs breeding inside. DOMESTICATED Surprisingly, they are very useful for a nomad like me, thanks to them I can transport everything I need inside and with their large shell, both I and my treasures will be safe from anything. Over time I have managed to create a saddle that fits his body perfectly and I think I have achieved it, an armor capable of carrying a large anti-aircraft cannon, before anything that flew over my head was a problem but with this no one will stop us. HOW TO TAME Taming this creature may seem simple but it proves to be a challenge for someone surviving alone. This animal cannot be put to sleep with narcotics, so the simplest solution is to enter it directly and steal its egg that is inside its shell and then raise it and become its new mother. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Passive skills: Their razor-sharp legs are capable of cutting the most unsuspecting, causing bleeding at the slightest touch with the flesh. Its more common diet(Sulfur) only makes it more resistant to subzero temperatures, making it immune to freezing. Thanks to these tentacles, it is capable of extracting large quantities of sulfur from rocks and lakes full of this material. Its large shell protects its interior from anyone who wants to steal its babies, so the survivor can take advantage of this space to store their treasures there or simply take advantage of it to sleep and rest a little. MOVESET(without saddle): Primary Attack(Left click): It attacks with its tentacles forward causing significant damage and has a chance to cause bleeding. Secondary attack(Right click): It grabs the prey in front of it with its strong tentacles to immobilize it.(Catch dinos equal to or below Managarmr) MOVESET(with saddle): ¡PRESS CTRL TO START CONTROLLING THE SADDLE! Primary Attack(Left click): When you are controlling the saddle, aim at your aerial targets by moving the mouse 360º and fire projectiles that will explode in the air near the target. Secondary attack(Right click): When controlling the saddle, hold down the action button(right click) to mark a target and fire a guided double attack with greater force. ¡WARNING! ¡EXCESSIVE USE OF THE CANNONS CAN CAUSE THEM TO OVERHEAT, MAY YOU HAVE TO WAIT A LITTLE BIT TO USE THEM AGAIN! ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ REFERENCES: This creature is based on one that originally existed in the Cambrian period, both have the same name and a similar appearance, maintaining most of their characteristics except the size of the legs and the size of the creature in general is much larger than the original taking into account that this creature is about 5cm long.
Image at the bottom! Dang Forums making it hard to see... Dossier: “It always surprises me when I find extinct animals on the Ark that are so much larger than they should be! Such is the case with the Harpagornis Moorei, now a winged omen of death! Almost permanently flying as high as the Ark reaches, it never descends below a certain altitude and hunts anything that flies up to meet it. Get too close and the Haast Eagle, as it’s informally known, shreds its prey with those enormous talons! Anything unlucky enough to be caught will quickly bleed out, and trying to outfly that winged terror when slowed is a recipe for a grisly end. Taming the Haast Eagle takes aerial supremacy for any tribe; it must be knocked out high in the air, and a keen-eyed Survivor can look out for their nests atop mountains to signify an Eagle is high above! Tamed Harpagornis are incredible battle-mounts, capable of lifting creatures bigger than itself and tearing them apart. I’ve seen a tamed Eagle build two nests across the Ark, flying between them by command without a rider! These could be useful for long-distance transport, and their nests are so cosy that they act as a primitive incubator for eggs!” Art by the brilliant @timinybillybob - look him up on the webz! Description: So, you’re off flying round the Ark. It’s a lovely sunny day, you’re high above those Gigas, and the shield dome shimmers above. But wait, what’s that ahead? You’ve flown too high, flown too close. The Haast Eagle has spotted you, and you’re going to have to get out of there! Alright, so look, I know the Latin name was changed, but Harpagornis just sounds better. I love flying round on Ark, as it’s easily the easiest way of getting around. Aberration even blocks fliers to make it harder. But still, jump on a Pteranodon, a Quetz, fly up and the only threat is running out of stamina. Maybe a Wyvern or Argy if you nip to the loo and forget to land somewhere safe, but still, the airspace of the Ark is too comfortable. No longer! The Harpagornis was the largest recorded Eagle of all time, and was a fearsome hunter capable of taking down Giant Moa, performing strong attacks to knock its prey down. They were also similar to vultures, slurping out insides from corpses they would find. “But it sounds like an Argy!” I hear you say. Yep, it’s a big bird boi! The Harpagornis will be, literally, the sky-Giga. The deep ocean has Mosa and Squid which won’t follow you upwards, the ground has Gigas and Carchas which won’t follow you toooo far, and the sky will have the Haast Eagle, which won’t follow you down. There would only be one or two spawning at a time, similar to a Giga, due to their incredible health, damage potential, and stamina. The Eagle permanently resides in the highest parts of the Ark’s airspace, far beyond sight of those on the ground. Wild Eagles hover about the Ark as if it has unlimited stamina, and is obviously an aggressive creature. Similar to the Mosasaur underwater, the Eagle is the most fearsome creature up high, yet it prefers not to fly too close to the ground. If an unwitting flier approaches too close, all it needs to do to escape is head down! If not, the Roc swoops in on giant wings, and those talons can cause some significant bleeding! As you know, bleeding fliers are practically useless, so you’ll really want to dodge that attack! To tame an Eagle, tribes will need to employ their best flying creatures and load up on ammunition, as the Harpagornis will need knocking out whilst it flies, similar to a Quetz. If it wakes on the ground, it will immediately fly upward until it reaches the safety of the sky. Clever survivors will build traps to prevent the Eagle from escaping! Tamed birds are fearsome battle mounts, as nothing rivals them in the air. They can even prey on the largest land mounts such as Giganotosaurus or Titanosaur by slashing with their talons and waiting above for their poor prey to bleed out. Tamed Eagles will, of course, land on the ground when commanded, and they can create their own nest which serves as a natural egg incubator for other eggs; this will be a temporary structure which can be damaged, so be careful where you place it. The nest will have 3 spaces for eggs, and will keep them perfectly incubated unless the nest is destroyed. Tamed Eagles can create two nests, and when roosting at one, they can be told to fly to the other nest without a rider, allowing them to transport items, dinosaurs, and even people with no rider! This is designed to be a higher-end alternative to teleportation without using tek, as I know ASA will be able to implement the tracking required. The Eagle would fly directly up to a set height, fly across, then descend straight down. Be careful using this feature on PVP! As discussed, they’ll have a normal attack and a special talon attack similar to an Allo chomp which inflicts a chunky bleed effect. Eagles will be able to pick up creatures up to Rex size (no bigger!) and can attack whilst holding a creature. Their speed would likely be around Quetz flight speed or up to Giga run speed at full sprint, as a super-strong, super-fast bird is likely to be hell unless you have turrets galore. This will be the ultimate king of the sky, a true terror of the clouds. Please consider voting for my big birdy boi! I’d love to hear any feedback as, together, we can all get the Haast Eagle into Ark! If you have any ability ideas, feel free to post and fingers crossed Wildcard can choose the best of all of our ideas! Hey look, you made it to the end! You’re a good egg.
Chameleon the elegant and colorful lizard with so much ability, they can change it skin color to blend with nature and almost impossible to spot them. their main weapons is their tongue which they lunch it like bow and arrow and hit the target so quickly and pull them towards their mouth, they can also climb rapidly and easy, if you want this colorful and beautiful lizard by your side you have to steal their egg in the wild which there is various of them with different ability's they are aggressive and their skin color become brighter when they are in bad mood survivors need to be approach them when they are calm . Jackson Chameleon Its look like a tree triceratops which they grow three horns they can ram other creature they use for defense/attack and they do bleeding damage and brake bond slow other creatures ability they can get buffs and ability by killing insects and bugs for ex if you kill glowbug with chameleon you can recharge battery with it or if you kill other insect you can get healing buff speed buff damage reduction buff etc. also they can pull survivors off there mount and prevent flyer from flying away because of there saliva and sticky tongue which work jus like sticker glue you can also give this lizard dye to change their color .
__Dossier__ The Raven of the Arks, this is likely Corvus Moriorum. This species having lived in prehistoric new Zealand. It's much like modern Ravens and crows. Corvus Moriorum is curious and bold on it's own. But dangerous in a flock. A individual will fly up and eat food right out of your hand! But beware of the birds guarding eggs, they are mean as a flying flock of tasmanian devil when disturbed! __wild__ Their nests can be raided for vast amounts of resources much like a Castrorides. The more corvus at a nest, the more of that resource gathered. But beware they target the survivor not the mount! __Taming__ These creatures exclusively eat kibble, like a snail only eats veggie cakes. First you feed the individual Corvus you find by walking up to it and feeding kibble from it's last item slot. Once it's taming increases it calls more nearby Corvus and they start frenzying and mob you stealing it like Itchyornis. __Domesticated__ This creature has 3 utilities depending on mode which is picked from a rotation wheel of behavior. In scavenger mode Corvus Moriorum can be taught to gather great numbers of a single resource as long as it's in groups of 3 or more. It has a nest when in flock mode. This works like a dino trough, the beehive and dedi storage mixed, and can be a great afk farmer for solo players. In nest mode: fertile eggs of the Corvus are also generated based on random parents in the flock. But as long as thier is room this nest can be used as a natural incubator for eggs, like the tek incubator. It does not show mutations stats or colours, but the tier of kibble used in the nest affects chance of mutation. Solo mode: On a survivors shoulder, a single imprinted Corvus randomly flies off and returns with a gift adding it to the survivors inventory. The quality of loot depends on the imprint bonus. Corvus greatly increase quality of life for those who wish to live primitive, and give kibble more value and utility. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chatham_raven#:~:text=The Chatham raven (Corvus moriorum,South Islands of New Zealand