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I think this creature could bring a whole new system into both PVE and PVP, and it also looks cool in my opinion. I hope you will like it. WILD: These rather small, raptor looking creatures might not look like a big threat, when you first see them, but your opinion will probably change after your first encounter whit one. The xuanhanosaurus is the master of the hunt, and when the pack start to search for prey, even the largest and most dangerous creatures of the ARKs have to hide.The hunting strategy of these dinosaurs is truly fascinating. After a xuanhano chooses it's prey, it locks onto the target, and can follow it for miles if necessary, staying nearly invisible in the process. As the chase goes on, the hunter builds up its speed, and finishes the hunt with a huge jump, which is often the last thing what the prey see. You also won't be safe on a tree, because the long arms of the xuanhohanosaurus allow it to climb quite good. But maybe the most disturbing thing about this animal is, that it have a strange symbiothism with meganeuras and titanomyras. The insects will lead the dinosaurs to its chosen prey and somethimes even help fighting it, in exchange for some bites from the meat. If these things weren't enough, I recently found out that, like some of today's birds, these creatures can mimic voices. They use this ability to lead their prey to themselves, and I also heard a really frightening story from a lone survivor, who claimed that a xuanhano mimiced her whistles, and led all of her dinos away into the night. TAMED: There's one way to gain the trust of this predator, but if you don't succeed, you won't live long enough to tell the tale. The few, who are lucky enough to tame one of these beasts, will have a force in their hands, which others have to reckon with. You can use a pack of xuanhanosaurus to hunt down nearly any creatures on the ARKs, probably only with the exception of the giganotosaurus and the carchalodontosaurus. The dragonflies and ants will also help you if you won't let them notice you on the back of their ally. Some survivors even taught their xuanho to mimic the voice of some creatures, and even human whistles, making both tamed and wild dinos come to the sound. OVERVIEW: The xuanhanosaurus would be a carno-sized animal, with high meele, stamina, movement speed, and lower health. It would be capable of running on two or four legs, with somewhat same system to the iguanodon. You would be able to mark humans or dinos (both tamed and wild) and follow them in a "hunt mode". This would make the xuanhano become camouflaged, and constantly building up speed. It would also be capable of making huge jumps, when jumping from all fours. A tamed xuanho would be able to mimic the sound of wild dinos nearby, making them come to it, or whistles, making enemy dinos come to it. If you would use bug repellant when riding on it, meganeuras and titanomyras would come and help you in battles. TAMING: To tame a xuanhanosaurus, you would have to approach a lonely one (they coud spawn both in packs or alone), with no weapons in your inventory, and let it bite you. When you are at a quarter health, it would become passive towards you, and it would let you heal yourself. Then you would have to lead it to the highest level creature in the area, and let it kill the creature (the bigger the crature, the faster the taming). Then you would have to repeat the process of hunting high levels, until it's tamed. UTILITY: These animals would be a good caving creature for larger caves, as they would be able to climb walls and they would be pretty powerful. They would also be a huge help in taming, since their voice mimicking ability would make leading dinos into traps way easier. They would also be helpful in leading wywerns and magmasaurs away from their nests. In PVP they would be an extra threat, as you would be able to track down players with them, and lead their tames away.
info and extra stuff. Aucasaurus is a giant dino with short arms. My concept about this dino is that it has a powerful roar that can not just scare away dinos, but make them a tad bit weak its cooldown is 1 minute and this has a drawback it gets part of its health down and it get a 40 second energy decrease the aucasaurus has a powerful bite it can stomp wich does a powerful attack but its slow and has a 1 minute and 30 second cooldown not just that the aucasaurus has a kick ability its big legs and stable body lets it to be able to kick pushing back the enemy having a bleeding effect and because it has long and stable legs it runs a slight bit faster than other dinos. Its color variations help it camouflage in the wild to help it hunt it will protects its eggs till its death. People might even say acting like a worried parent, always they keep close eyes to their kids and it wont even them leave from its mother vision, it will only be able to roam by itself is only when its an adult. biom. This dinosaur will be in a forest, snow biome, swamp or in the new forge area in the new fjordur map and in the dark, it can camouflage well and mostly lives there due to its ability to camouflage with its environment and its stalking ability. tamming . The only way to tame this dino is when its sleeping but good luck because its random if you fail it will make a noise wich alerts all the other Aucasaurus And wake them up, but if you are lucky it will start to get tame. Also, there's will be a new mechanic, for example if you make to much noise it will wake up and alert the other aucasaurus . ability. This ferosus stalking dino has a few qualities starting with night vision good for stalking and has fast run because of its long legs and its stalking ability makes it able to get a critical hit if it observes its foes routens and actons staring at them with fire in their eyes waiting for the right time to strike.
From the album: DossiersCommon Name: Direwolf Species: Canis Maxdirus Time: Pleistocene Diet: Carnivore Temperament: Aggressive Wild: The best adjective to describe Canis Maxdirus is "scary". This pack-hunter is a cunning and brutal predator, capable of taking down prey of nearly any size. In addition to being a vicious hunter, it is the size of a small horse, meaning even the largest predators aren't necessarily safe from the packs. The species has an incredible affinity for teamwork. Unlike most creatures on the island, Canis is a dedicated pack hunter, and rarely hunts alone. In fact, Canis is naturally as effective with its packmates as most creatures are when their mate is in danger—when in a pack, they are naturally spurred to fight for their lives. Furthermore, when in a pack, the most experienced Canis will be designated "Alpha" and gain an even stronger enhancement. Domesticated: Obviously, Canis is an amazing battle mount. It is fairly fast, very strong, and agile. It can jump almost as well as the Island's battle cats. Riding a supercharged "Alpha" Canis into battle at the head of a bloodthirsty pack is a thrill for which most warriors would gladly proclaim: "Today is a good day to die!"