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Introducing the Bourou, a giant snail of epic proportions (scientific name: Charonia tritonis) that will revolutionize the way you play Ark Survival Evolved. This colossal creature boasts an enormous shell that serves as both a mobile home and armored transport for players, offering unparalleled protection and mobility. Imagine having a nearly unstoppable fortress, with the ability to move around the map with ease! Once tamed, players can craft a mount that offers a trapdoor access into the shell, creating a fully enclosed and impenetrable armoured transport. The shell is made of a super-hardened material that is 10 times stronger than metal, making it an excellent defence against even the mightiest of Giga attacks. The large size of the Bourou also allows for players to craft a 4x4 foundation set inside, turning it into a veritable fortress. Imagine having a fully equipped base with crafting tables, storage chests, and even a bed for respawning, all inside the safety and comfort of the Bourou's shell (if game engine permits). Otherwise, its inventory system acts as a crafting platform and bed, allowing players to respawn back into it. It's the ultimate survival tool, with all the amenities of home at your fingertips. But the Bourou isn't just a "fortress on wheels", it's also a foraging powerhouse. It can forage berries and thatch efficiently, and over time its inventory also increases with polymer and random types of mushrooms. With the Bourou by your side, you'll never have to worry about running low on resources again. It's like having a portable loot room, and you'll be able to gather resources more efficiently greater safety than ever before. One of the Bourou's special traits is its ability to climb nearly any surface, including vertically scaling mountains or cliffs. Its large shell also allows it to trap lots of air, providing the player with a week-long duration of underwater seabed crawling, adding a new style of exploration for players. Imagine being able to explore the depths of the sea without the need for a diving suit, or traversing treacherous mountain ranges with ease. The Bourou opens up a whole new world of possibilities, and you'll be able to discover hidden locations and secrets that were previously unreachable for many players. For nomads, the Bourou serves as a mobile home, and for PVP, it offers a new attack style to infiltrate even the most defensive bases. However, only a single person can reside in it at a time. With the Bourou, you'll be able to outsmart and outmaneuver your enemies, and outlast them in the wild. The Bourou is the perfect companion for players looking to expand their exploration and combat capabilities in Ark Survival Evolved. With its unique features and capabilities, it adds an exciting new dimension to the game and will take your survival experience to the next level. Get ready to dominate the game with the Bourou by your side! Pros: Mobile home and armored transport: Tame the Bourou and craft a mount that offers a trapdoor access into the shell, creating a fully enclosed and durable armored transport. Super-hardened shell: The shell is made of a super-hardened material that is 10 times stronger than metal, making it an excellent defense against attacks. Multi-purpose interior: The large size of the Bourou allows for players to craft a 4x4 foundation set inside, where they can place crafting tables, storage chests, and even a bed for respawning. Its inventory system also acts as a crafting platform and bed. Foraging and inventory increase: The Bourou may not deal significant hit point damage, but it can forage berries and thatch efficiently, and over time its inventory also increases with polymer. Versatile movement: The Bourou can climb nearly any surface, including vertically scaling mountains or cliffs. Its large shell also allows it to trap lots of air for a week-long duration of underwater seabed crawling. Perfect for nomads and PVP: For nomads, the Bourou serves as a mobile home, and for PVP, it offers a new attack style to infiltrate even the most defensive bases. Cons: Limited capacity: Only a single person can reside in the Bourou at a time. Low damage output: The Bourou does little to no hit point damage. Large size: The Bourou is large and may be difficult to maneuver in tight spaces. Slow movement: The Bourou is a snail, so it moves slowly Underwater seabed crawling can be useful but also can be dangerous, players need to be prepared for deadly squid attacks which can pluck the player outside the shell. *** Updates *** Thanks to everyone, great suggestions from the community and comments from Loaded Crysis YouTube mini series submission review (channel link below). * Change foundations from 4x4 to 2x2. * Bourou being a snail suffers damage while traversing over desert biome. In winter it may benefit the player as having a level of insulation to protect from the cold. * Possible weapon weakness to avoid OP tanking. Thanks to everyone for the awesome support! Looking for a great Ark news source? Loaded Crysis YT channel offers regular videos covering all things Ark related. We've enjoyed it for years. https://www.youtube.com/@LoadedCrysis
Brachiosaurus tallest dinosaur in the world
uplift replied to PandaJS7's Suggestion in Creature Submissions-Brachiosaurus lives in redwood forests and it is not attacked by anything because of its size and strength -In order to tame them you need The Master Kibble which is made with a large egg 5 rare flowers 40 berrier water 2 cooked meat 5 cooked meat jerky and 10 stimberry level 1 brachiosaurus is tamed with one but be sure to knock it out STATS: Health:20 000 Stamina:500 Food:12 000 Damage:100% Attacks: Leg hit 230 damage (hits the ground with one leg,high knockback,cooldown:0.7seconds,time needed to preform the whole attack:0.5 seconds) Tail slash 180 damage (slashes with tail,even higher knockback cooldown:3 seconds,time needed to preform the whole attack:1 second) Stomping legs 1500 damage (hits the ground with both front legs at the same time,throws small-medium creatures into air but large creatures just get knocked back by really far,cooldown:20seconds(it beggins when attack is done),time needed to preform the whole attack:5 seconds) Saddle: -Lvl 89 -saddle is on its head but platform is on its back -platfrom part of the saddle is well made to be straight so no one falls off the back of the platform has the higher support because brachiosaurus back legs are shorter than front ones so support on back is taller than the front -only made in fabricator -enagram points needed:40 Materials for saddle: -400 metal ingot -2000 hide -4000 fiber -95 crystal -450 polymer/organic polymer More about it: -Belive it or not there is an alpha version of it that has 300 000 health and its basic attacks do over 1500 damage while the strongest does 4000 damage -Alpha brachiosaurus is actually a mini boss that needs to be spawned -requirements of spawnig alpha brachiosaurus: -Alpha Broodmother trophy -T rex skull -T rex arms -Titanoboa venom -Brachiosaurus tooth -Giganotosaurus heart -Allosaurus brain Then you make it with all these materials at the obelisk of the main boss of the map/maps and then take it to location you want to spawn bring your boss killing army and kill it then as a reward you will get a red brachiosaurus level 1 that has 25 000 health and same damage as normal and you'll also get alpha brachiosaurus head and chibi -the alpha brachiosaurus chibi is special because you can color it whatever you want -THAT IS IT 😃😃😃
I Need Help Understanding Creature Submissions
Chrysa1is posted a topic in General DiscussionI have an idea that I want to submit, BUT, im not sure if my idea would qualify and i don't want to waste time submitting if it can't qualify. I understand submissions arent being accepted now, i would just like to show the community my idea. Rules say: "Must be a real-world extinct/prehistoric creature (dinosaurs, mammals, reptiles etc)" Looking at the Desmodeus. Bats are real. But there aren't any bats that turn invisible in real life. Applying this logic, Does this mean that I could have a real life creature, but give it abilities that it wouldn't have in real life and make it live in a biome that it wouldnt live in in real life? How accurate does the creature have to be? Example: could I have a real life Gecko (which would comply with the rule above) , but give it ice abilities and have it live in caves in the snow biome in the game? <---this is not my actual idea btw. Will appreciate any response thankyou