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carnufex carolinensis (carolina butcher)
Diealive posted a suggestion in Creature SubmissionsCommon name: carnufex Species name: carnufex carolinensis Time: Late Triassic Diet: carnivores Temperament: aggressive Wild What’s the scariest thing to have to hunt you down in swampy water 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, 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. 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. For this monster you have to risk life itself and let it attack you. The carnufex will sometimes charge after their prey if the target is still. During this time you can feed the carnufex and it will accept it. It will stop moving to eat so use this time to escape to safety. Plus with the other packmates to worry about this is no easy feat. Do be warned if the carnufex isn't hungry and won't stop when presented with food. So keep this in mind if you wish to survive an encounter. When bites will slow the target by 10% and make all attacks the target does after 15% weaker they eat raw/cook meat, hide, chitin, keratin and eggs eat Superior kibble Loves spoiled meat (not as much as mutton or kibble) Sadde cost (smity) unlock at level 54 ×235 Hide ×175 Fiber ×45 Cementing Paste ×45 Metal Ingot ×75 Chitin or Keratin Kill 150lv gain 445 xp 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 fit through Dinosaur gateway, behemoth dinosaur gate and giant hatchframe
GamingDryder posted a suggestion in Creature SubmissionsIt can mate with Direwolves but the babies are 50/50 chance of having wings. The males have a wing structure reminiscent of large bats while the females have those resembling feathered bird wings. It can dive into the water and out of the water to fly. It does the falcon Stoop. (Falcon hunting dive.) Saddle optional provides greater manuverability with cold storage utilizing frozen canteens. Eats raw meat and rotten meat sharing similarities with vultures. Tameable with mutton (prefered). Wing span of 12ft. Weight of approx 375lb.
Mercilessimp posted a suggestion in Creature SubmissionsPiatnitzkysaurus was a moderately large, lightly built, bipedal, ground-dwelling carnivore that could grow up to 6.6 m (21.7 ft) long. Weighing roughly 900-1100 pounds I feel as if this Dino was agile great at maneuvering in fights with one or more dinosaurs with a strong tail used for thrashing it’s prey or it’s equal they had serrated teeth that could cause bleed to slow its target down while gaining a slight blood crazed frenzy while on the hunt and powerful legs they could use to either pounce or lunge at prey or maybe even jump to throw its targets off guard
Pyroraptor Arderenyx- The Ark's Arsonist
Zettaprime replied to tyrunt77's Suggestion in Creature SubmissionsOriginal Art done by Chris @ChrisLikesDinos on Facebook The Pyroraptor will be the ultimate tame assist. Imagine you are going through The Island, looking to farm basic resources and you see that perfect level 150 Rex, Spino, Allo, or even Otter. You look to your inventory to only see that you left all your taming equipment at home and you have to run across the map to get it. By the time you get back you either cant find the creature or it has died a gruesome death by the claws of an annoying terror bird. If only you could keep tabs on such a prize while you ran to get your supplies. Introduce the Pyroraptor. The Pyroraptor is a small therapod dinosaur that existed during the Late Cretaceous period. Its been recently featured in the latest Jurassic World film and more importantly I believe it will not only add a fantastic looking tame, but will also add a vital creature for your survival. The Pyroraptor will act as your "spy" and will track almost any selected target, giving you vital information such as stamina, health, torpidity, and melee. The Pyroraptor is also probably the most versatile tame, able to efficiently swim, glide, run, and overall traverse any terrain. Its small stature and nack for hiding makes it virtually undetectable by other dinosaurs, meaning it will remain safe and untouched by wild hostile creatures as it does its work keeping tabs on your target. However it isn't invulnerable; Your Pyroraptor can be detected by player owned tames that have any detection ability, as well as not being entirely invisible to the player. Taming this Dilophosaurus sized beastie will require a few tricks and some good old fashioned Ghillie Armor. Wild, the Pyroraptor will function as a highly predatory Microraptor. Instead of knocking you off your tame the Pyroraptor will stick to you replacing/maybe killing your shoulder pet and consistently hit you till death. To remove the Pyrorapter you must burn it off with a campfire or any other means of lighting yourself a blaze. The Pyroraptor will flee if it is knocked off your person with fire. To tame it, you will need to feed it prey. Ideally any baby dino thrown from a cryopod or a shoulder pet. You must throw the prey of choice directly in front of the Pyroraptor and let it kill/eat the tame. Once the taming meter is full you have tamed your Pyroraptor. Once tamed, the Pyroraptor can leap on your back like a shoulder pet and can be used whenever needed. -Tracking- The Pyroraptor will already be in "Tracking" mode once tamed. Just toss the Pyroraptor at the creature you want to tame and It will track it. The Pyroraptor can only track land tames or Players, as it can not fly or dive under water for long. Once the target is set to track then the Pyroraptor will patiently follow it until it is otherwise instructed not to. It will also provide the player with the targets stats including, its name, level, stamina, health, torpidity, melee, oxygen, and if it is close to any dangers. Like before it will be completely undetectable by wild dinos while its tracking. Its tracking behavior will be the same for all targets, being that the players are more keen than the average Rex; The Pyroraptor will bury itself in the dirt/sand, climb trees, or hide in the brush to keep itself hidden from the players view. If the target dies or ventures too far out of the Pyroraptors reach (I.e. Dives too far in the ocean or flies up to high) The Pyroraptor will give up and return to its owner. -Pack Function- If a tribe or a single player has multiple Pyroraptors in one tame group, then the player/tribe leader will get a Pack Alpha buff which makes the Pyroraptors act as members of a raptor pack. If the player points to attack, or attacks another creature/player with this buff enabled, then the Pyroraptors will swarm the target most likely killing it. If a player is on a mount then the pack will target both player and mount... as well as that players shoulder pet. -Map Viability- The Pyroraptor is a tame that can adapt to most any enviorment the map has to offer. Its home The Island, provides a perfectly balanced ecosystem for the Pyroraptor to exist. The Redwood trees provide a place for it to climb and glide from tree to tree or target. The shallow rivers give the Pyroraptor exceptional range across the map. Its size makes hiding in the brush or in dark caves a breeze, and even more undetectable to survivors. On Scorched Earth The Pyroraptor can hide in the sand, compensating for the lack of trees or brush. Aberrant colors of the Pyroraptor can change with the various zones making them harder to spot. (They are not radiation resistant) All other maps share similar qualities to the previously mentioned habitats this tame would excel in. -Overview- The Pyroraptor is a versatile tame that can add another mechanic to the game and can be a fantastic contender for the most anticipated Ark 2. Its abilities draw from several other great tames sharing some of their strengths as well as their weaknesses. Another benefit of having a larger cool looking shoulder pet means you can pair this dino with a rideable tame that is also useful in taming other dinosaurs. As for its offensive abilities, a pack of smaller, faster, and even more vicious all terrain dinos will make raids, hunting, or the typical grief a more involved and fulfilling experience. If anyone has any suggestions I'll try and make sure they are mentioned in this post. I'm really excited about this community event and I hope the Pyroraptor can be a part of Ark's future! Sources https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyroraptor https://dinopedia.fandom.com/wiki/Pyroraptor#:~:text=Advertisement-,Description,general%2C around 2.5 meters long.