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Herrerasaurus is a medium sized nocturnal saurischian dinosaur found roaming the wastelands of Scorched Earth. It is a formidable predator, using its excellent night vision to seek out its prey before striking and ripping it to shreds with its razor sharp teeth and claws. However, these aren’t the things that make the Herrerasaurus so dangerous. The reason they are so deadly is their high intelligence and social nature, meaning they hunt in packs. When tamed, the Herrerasaurus acts as a fast and agile war mount that can hold its own in battle against even the toughest enemies. It can also bestow upon its rider its incredible night vision, making it an excellent mount for scouting out the most hostile environments. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herrerasaurus
carnufex carolinensis (carolina butcher) 3 m (9.8 ft) long and 1.5 m (4.9 ft) tall (can be bigger was a juvenile fossil) Stand on 2 leg and can swim and run relatively fast Crocodylomorpha Carnivore eat everything Lived in packs to hunt Lived in hot and wet area (thing green ob) Lay eggs easy to tame at night like troodons (25%) The snout is long and narrow possessed teeth which were longer and more serrated at the front of the mouth than the back. When bites will slow the target by 10% and make all attacks the target does after 15% weaker stat base wild tamed extra Hp 630 +75 +5% (hp rise 1.2/s (hydro buff) 1.5/s Stam Food 450 2250 +40 +150 +7% +9% Stam drop 7.5/s Wild 4.4/s Tamed 2.2/s Oxygen n/a n/a n/a n/a Weight 450 +8 +5% Drag weight 270 Melee 35 (pack +1) 38.5 (pack +5) 52.5 hydro) 40.25 (pack +5 and hydro) 57.75 +6 +1.6% Attack speed (no buff) 1.4 rps (With buff) 2.1 rps speed (land 250/550) (water 800/1100) n/a +3.5% Speed percent gain Hydro 25% Roar buff 10% Torpor 455 +45 n/a 3.5/s Superior kibble Loves spoiled meat (not as much as mutton or kibble) Saddle cost (smithy) ×235 Hide ×175 Fiber ×45 Cementing Paste ×45 Metal Ingot ×75 Chitin or Keratin Common name: carnufex Species name: carnufex carolinensis Time: Late Triassic Diet: carnivores Tempermet: aggressive 150lv 445 xp Kibble and Spoiled meat 30°C-30°C/86°F-95°F 2h 25m 35s till hatch 6h 42m 28s baby 2h 34m 23s juvenile 1d 1h 35m 48s adolescent 2d 2h 52m 39s Grow time 2d 3h 18m 4s Total time Egg is regular class Can break up to wood Trapped by nets or large bear trap (not small) Pick by wyvern (not crystal),quetzal, tusoteuthis and karkinos Dinosaur gateway, behemoth dinosaur gate and giant hatchframe Wild What’s the scariest thing to have to hunt you down in a on a moonless night? If you guessed the carnufex carolinensis then you would be right. Land or water there is no escaping. They are truly a force to be reckoned with due to their versatility. With teeth that are sharper than a serrated blade and claw like nails any creature would surely feel it strike. They usually hunt at night mainly in packs due to their poor defense skills. But don't be fooled with just one of them being able to stir up chaos; one doesn't need to imagine what a full pack can do. Then due to their hunting habits of ambuhing in the dead of night, they have developed fangs and claws that can weaken and even slow the target of their cruelty and keep them from fleeing. All in hope of lowering the time in between their next meal. domesticated If by luck you domesticate the crazed overly aggressive carnufex then get ready for the ride of your life. The carnufex is an amphibian and wont need air underwater. They are some of the fastest creatures, be it land or water. They make little sound for their weight, almost none at all. After some testing we have found domesticated carnufex are better in packs and not just do to their sheer number. The strongest female can roar and cause the others to move more savagely than normal. It’s like the boost raptors get but for agility then combat. If that's not enough to make you shake in fear then it will be very concerning to know that they are even stronger after getting wet making it a good idea to try and build your camp near some kind of water im sure even a well will work. They will recover from damage faster and their bite will sink deeper. The carnufex is one dino your enemies don't want to be on the receiving end of. Taming If you wish to own one of the terrors you will find it not as easy as you may think. There is only one known way to tame the carnufex. on a moonless night you can find one of these monster lurking in what ever water they can find in the sandy deserts they live in. When they find a suitable target will roar calling all near by packmates to begin charging at you. during this time you can feed the pack leader. It will stop moving to eat so use this time to escape to safety or kill some of the weaker packmates but be warned the carnufex will not roar if alone making this beast very hard to tame. also be warned if the carnufex isn't hungry and won't stop when presented with food. So keep this in mine if you wish to survive an encounter. stand like this but are as big as a bary they are like the desert version of them
Man's best friend. The Amphicyon is a canid from Early Miocene period. Standing 6ft high and weighing 400 pounds, this isn't a dog to mess with. Although they are passive creatures, you don't want to anger them. This well, muscled beast has incredibly strong legs. Which can stun and knockout players in one swipe. With a powerful neck and sharper teeth than a wolf, this tame can harvest more meat than any other creature! Please upvote. We need dogs 🐕
Common name:Eupar Scientific name:Euparkeria Gigantis Time:Mid Triassic Diet:Carnivore Temperament:Aggressive in groups Wild Euparkeria is a wolf sized, river dwelling crocodile that usually hunts in pairs. Its one of the more effective pack hunters Ive seen on the island, with groups being as small as two, to packs big enough they could be called a swarm. Euparkeria, depite being a crocodilian, spends almost no time in the water, though its comfortable going in and is pefectly good at swimming. Euparkeria instead prefers to run down its prey in packs and tear them to peices, like the reptile version of a wolf. Another thing to note is their stance, Euparkeria will often move from four legs like a Kaprosuchus, to two legs like a theropod. When on all fours, Eupars wont drain their stamina too quickly, but on two legs, they will move faster at the expense of stamina. If one comes across a wild Eupar, remember that their stance means wether they are going to attack you, if on four legs, they are minding their own buisness, if on too legs, then the Eupar may be thinking of you as a menu item. They also seem to have a direct rivalry with Kaprosuchus. Tamed Euparkeria are easily tamed through conventinal knockout methods, so long as one can separate the pack, and once tamed are an excellent all terrain pack hunter. One can easily bring their pack of ten Eupars to fight a Rex on a mountain, a Megalodon in the sea or a swarm of bugs in a cave, just dont expect one Euparkeria to pull its own weight. Euparkeria on their own are easy prey, and they also seem to become depressed when alone, note: a lone Eupar, is a dead Eupar.