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Helicoprion - Saw Shark
NeoVanilluxe posted a suggestion in Creature SubmissionsHelicoprion was a medium-large to large shark relative from the Permian period, that went extinct during the Great Dying mass extinction. It has a circular tooth whorl on its bottom jaw and used it to cut and tear its prey. They were most likely loners, but came together in breeding grounds during their mating season. Helicoprion's closest living relative is the Ratfish, or Chimera, which is a small, cute shark relative. Helicoprion would be musch faster than the Megalodon, and would give a bleed status affect. It would be a great harvester of organic polymer, hide, and keratin. I think it should have a pack boost capping at +2 other Helicoprion. It would have a leap movement, and a "suffocation" meter so it can flop around on land for a short time, to drag Kairuku down to the water and drown them. (hence organic polymer harvester). To tame them you would need to find their eggs in sandpiles underwater on the ocean floor, similar to the Genesis 1 retrieval missions, and similar to the wyvern and rock drake egg-stealing mechanic. Art: ARK's Helicoprion would have patterning to a chimera. (Art by me)
godzilla shark / dragon shark
pandakingbnw posted a suggestion in Creature Submissionsaggressive carnivorous live offspring (when mating the must not be around others of there kind or they can go into a frenzy and kill each other. it must just be one male and one female.) tamed by leading it to some mantas/prey to kill and eat pack animals 3 being the max when in a pack they get a pack bonus only 6.7ft in size, but they are said to have a big mouth and big fins with sharp spins inside the fins. This made them faster swimmers. most fossils show that they had up to 12 rows of smaller teeth for shredding there prey. they are speculated to have had reptile scales which was natural armor. ideally the scales can be shed to have buffs in the water. this can be done in 3 levels level one gives 10% movement speed. level 2 gives 20% more armor. level 3 sharpens the fins and allows for the bleed effect to happen under water. the naturally produce one of the three levels of scales in their inventory. these scales can be used to create armor for water creatures. each level protecting against different things. both male and female produce armor scales that give armor boost up to 10% but starting at 5 percent. as they level they gain the ability to produce one of two different armor types. males will also produce a scale that create a natural slim making the creature harder to grab. females will produce a scale that makes electric attacks less effective. (all pictures came from google sorry for the inconvenience)
HectorAv7 posted a suggestion in Creature SubmissionsPristiophorus cirratus This saw shark is the best collector of fungal wood. Its taming would not be so difficult since this shark is neutral, and to tame it you have to give it honey pots to make it yours This shark wouldn't have that much damage but it can help you in many situations.
Edestus: the murder shark
Kingkestrel373 posted a suggestion in Creature SubmissionsEdestus would be found in deep oceans and would be highly aggressive. It would be rideable but not require a saddle, although you can give it a saddle. It would be useful to tame because it’s strangely shaped jaws allow it to gather more prime fish meat than anything else on the arks. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edestus
CommanderPonds9 posted a suggestion in Creature SubmissionsName: Eel Shark Species: Xenacanthus Time: Triassic Period Diet: Carnivore Temperament: Aggressive Wild: A fierce and formidable shark species, the Xenacanthus is known for its sharp, spiky fins and powerful tail. Traveling in large schools for protection and hunting, these sharks are a sight to behold as they glide through the water. Their sharp fins make them formidable predators, capable of hunting and defending against even the largest aquatic animals. Their venomous spines make them even more dangerous, capable of delivering a painful and potentially deadly sting to any predator that dares to attack them. Their tough, armored scales protect them from the dangers of the deep, and their ability to survive in a wide range of environments makes them one of the most adaptable shark species in existence. Taming: Extremely sought after for their venomous spines, which can be used for medicinal and defensive purposes, taming a xenacanthus shark is not an easy task. Many attempt to catch them using specialized fishing gear, but the sharks' sharp fins and powerful tail make them a formidable opponent. Even when caught, their venomous spines can still pose a danger, and great care must be taken to avoid getting stung. Domesticated: Once tamed, the Xenacanthus shark can be a valuable asset to a player. Its venomous spines can be used for medicinal and defensive purposes. Despite its small size of 6ft, the Xenacanthus is rideable and can be used for transportation and reconnaissance. This shark is also a formidable guard animal, able to protect a player's assets from marauding sea creatures. Combat: The Xenacanthus shark is a formidable opponent in combat, with its sharp fins and powerful tail. Its venomous spine can be used to inflict poison on players and dinosaurs, causing damage over time. Additionally, it has a charge ability, which allows it to rapidly close in on its enemies and deliver a powerful impact. It also has a torpor inducing ability, which can knock out the target, making them easier to be tamed or hunted. The shark's powerful jaws can also be used to inflict heavy damage to its prey. Utility: The Xenacanthus shark can be used for a variety of purposes by PVE/PVP players. Its venomous spine and armored scales can be harvested and used to create powerful medicine that can provide resistance to poison, venom and torpor. Xenacanthus Poison: The venomous spine of the Xenacanthus shark can be harvested for its potent poison. It can be used to create powerful medicine that provides resistance to poison, venom, and torpor.The poison can also be fed to baby creatures, increasing their resistance to toxins and making them stronger and more resilient. It is also rich in toxins, making it a valuable resource for any player's survival in the wild. Xenacanthus Tonic - A powerful and unique potion that can be crafted using the venom of the Xenacanthus shark and the scales. This tonic provides a variety of benefits to the player who drinks it. It provides resistance to poison, venom, and torpor damage, making the player less vulnerable to these types of attacks.
shark Helicoprion - Saw Shark
Liene replied to NeoVanilluxe's Suggestion in Creature SubmissionsName: Helicoprion Diet: Carnivore/Picivore size : 7.5 meters/ 25 feet Helicoprion is one of the stranger 'sharks' in the fossil record, although at the time that Helicoprion swam the oceans there were actually many sharks that did not conform to the 'standard' form that we know today. The majority of the remains of this shark are the teeth which are fossilised in a spiral pattern like the shell of an ammonite, in fact when first discovered these fossils were actually thought to be some kind of exotic ammonite shell. These arrangements of fossil teeth are today referred to as a 'tooth-whorl'. Ability: Because of it’s tooth-whorl it would cause bleeding damage to it’s opponent. As another ability it would be a great underwater farmer. Using it’s strong jaw it would be able to crush even hard shells, making it a good black pearl harvester, tooth whorl could be also used as chainsaw to farm wood and meat efficiently under water. Weight reduction of 50% on wood , 75% on black pearls. Possibility to grab small dinos and humans and increase damage of 10% due to his tooth whorl . Tooth-whorl : 1st stance ( chain saw ) that would be the farming stance for wood and ability to deshelling increase dmg to shell dinos like carbonemys , ammonite and etc. 2nd stance ( whip ) the Helicoprion would stretch his tooth whorl and be able to whip players of their raiders like megaladon , tusoteuthis and etc. Would be a great addition if we would ever get a water map in ARK i know there was talks about it , I don’t know if would a water map comes along, due to the hard work WC is putting into ARK2 but even if they don’t would still be amazing dinos to be added to ARK
Ptychodus- Clam Eating NURSE Shark(healer)
GrimmStreams posted a suggestion in Creature SubmissionsName-Ptychodus Mortoni- Ancient NURSE SHARK Diet:Carnivore,Mollusk Eater Time: Paleocene, Cretaceous Wild: The Ptchodus is a MOSTLY docile Creature Feeding Off Its Main Diet of AMMONITE, Euryptarid, and TRILOBITE, But if You Take Their Pearls They WILL GET ANGRY! Special Ability- Due To The Diet of The Nurse Shark Being Mollusk, Ammonites and Poisonous Euryptarids The Ptychodus Forms a Type of Mucus that Covers its entire Body. When Attacked it will Attract Predators to the Attacker as Well as Slight Poison Damage. Taming: To Tame Them you must Use The Pheromone Dart and Sacrifice your friend...with Pearls in its inventory...more pearls (black better) the better the Efficiancy! Their Size is As Large Or larger than The Megs We have In ark Today! Once Tamed The MUCUS on its Body Can Be Refined With Black Pearls and absorbent Substrate To Create A SALVE that can Be administored To ANY Dino For A 25% health increase! Domesticated-The Ptychodus Is UNMATCHED in Pearl collecting! it isnt very fast but can take a hit and keep on ticking! its Bit has a tear like Bleed ability due to its Strange Shaped Teeth. It Is a Better Tame SOLO and gets a boost when No other Sharks are around(including Megs). Breeding- This Species Doesnt Like its own Kind. So if you have 2 Close to eachother of the same sex they will not breed!(like Gacha) https://naturerules1.fandom.com/wiki/Ptychodus https://www.inaturalist.org/taxa/884176-Ptychodus
Jatheish posted a gallery image in Official Media
From the album: DossiersCommon Name: Megalodon Species: Carcharodon ultramegalodon Time: Miocene-Pliocene Diet: Carnivore Temperament: Aggressive Wild: Were it not restricted to the waters, Carcharodon ultramegalodon might be the most dangerous creature on the island. As powerful and dangerous as the Tyrannosaurus is on land, Megalodon is its equal in the water. In addition, it has a speed advantage over any non-aquatic creature. Megalodons need large quantities of food to sustain themselves, so they attack most creatures immediately on sight. Smaller fish are the sole exception I've seen; I believe this is because they cost more energy for Megalodons to catch than they would gain. Domesticated: If someone is able to tame this beast, that person would be the undisputed ruler of the oceans around the island and would have access to resources no one can safely find!