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(SOLVED - After update 350.5 I could no longer log in Gen2 having join time-outs. The solution was to ensure the ports for the maps were spaced per suggestion as they are assigned one but use the next increment adjacent as well. Two years of no issue but Gen2... the servers ran fine with directly adjacent ports, however, separating the server ports worked. Thank you all for the suggestions. Oh and we still need some tools to check for out-of-sync servers ) I don't know if this is a bug. I'm leaning towards it being some sort of corruption on my end. I have been having timeouts for just Gen2 out of 8 servers I have running. I think the timeouts may be due to some sort of corruption in the cluster files. I took all the servers offline and brought up only Gen2. I can join but there are no characters to download. I rolled back to a cluster save I made this morning. I brought the rest up one by one and now I can log in Genesis, download a character which is naked and can now transfer to several servers but also not several. I can't join Fjordur anymore without timeout. I try Extinction, get timeout. I try Lost Island and join but the map is actually Extinction and I do have the option to download which I did. Map seems fine, default equipment from being naked and logging into Gen2 came with me to the Extinction map though the upper left has Lost Island text. I don't think Wildcard offers support to unofficial but going to try and find a way to contact them as I don't have a tool to crack the cluster files to fix this. My next normal troubleshooting step, if this is my soft, is to examine the cluster organizing files. If anyone has a tool or method that get's the characters to be able to download and transfer across the servers again, I'm happy to donate to their favorite charity
(Creature Submission ARK 2) Lythronax, The Gore King
AnsonRidesFast posted a topic in ARK 2Lythronax Argestes The Gore King In my time here on this island I have observed many genus of creatures ranging from sauropods to chasmosaurine. But of all the magnificent creatures I have seen, none can match the sheer ferocity of the Lythronax Argestes, more commonly known as ‘The Gore King’. This tyrannosaurid shares many similarities with its larger late cousin the T-Rex. Lythronax Argestes also displays many similar behaviors as the T-Rex, usually opting to overpower their prey with their overwhelming size and strength. Do not underestimate The Gore King though, for even despite their size disadvantage they can easily defeat a fully grown Tyrannosaurus Rex. Lythronax Argestes is a lone wolf and rarely is seen socializing with other members of its species. They are extremely aggressive and very territorial. I have even seen two Lythronax attempt to disembowel each other over the carcass of a recently deceased triceratops. The Gore King is not a nickname given lightly, this fierce carnivore deserves every bit of that title. With a bite that can shatter bone and a roar that can knock birds out of the sky, Lythronax Argestes is a true force to reckon with. =================================================================================== Abilities Lythronax Argestes primarily utilizes two main attacks, these being its headbutt and its bite. Lythronax are an easily angered tyrannosaurid, even more so than the T-Rex. When provoked, they will charge their prey at an alarming speed and headbutt their foe with immense force. Once locked onto its prey, there is no stopping a charging Lythronax. Although incredibly powerful, this large carnivore doesn’t have the best turning radius. Once a Lythronax has closed the gap between it and its prey it will enter a frenzy mode with each progressive bite coming faster than the one before it. At the peak of this frenzy, The Gore King has even been seen to rip chunks of meat out of its prey causing the target to bleed profusely. Lythronax are well adapted carnivores and can thrive in most any environment. Although they prefer the warm climate of deserts and dry open grasslands, these large carnivores have been seen sporting large insulated feathers while in colder environments. The deafening roar of the Lythronax is enough to send shivers down the spine of any dino. Unfortunately the same cannot be said for the smaller birds and invertebrates of the island. The sheer volume of The Gore King’s roar is enough to kill these small pests and make an excellent mid-morning snack for any Lythronax that comes across them. Although profoundly powerful and aggressive, Lythronax Argestes does feature much in the way of defenses. With a slow turning radius and short stubby arms, Lythronax typically try to keep their adversaries face to face. For Lythronax, the best defense is a good offense. =================================================================================== Taming For any tribe that dares attempt to tame Lythronax Argestes, be warned. The Gore King does not take kindly to being pestered and would much rather have you for lunch than as a friend. In order to tame a Lythronax you must wear it out. Lythronax is not one to draw out conflicts and usually tries to end fights quickly. Once exhausted it will be much easier to handle. After you have managed to tire out a Lythronax you will need to bring it fresh meat. No pre-cut shanks will please The Gore King, for he prefers his dinner very, very raw. When presenting a kill to The Gore King, be sure to approach him from the rear. If he sees you coming he may mistake you for an appetizer. =================================================================================== Tamed Congratulations, you’ve befriended The Gore King! Now that you’ve managed to tame a Lythronax, make sure to be weary of these few notes. DO NOT OVERCROWD A LYTHRONAX (Remember, they have very short tempers. Give them space) NEVER KEEP TOO MANY LYTHRONAX TOGETHER (Too many Lythronax in the same area may spark rivalry.) NEVER FEED HIM FISH MEAT (He’s allergic.)
Leave Fjordur Volcano Element Shard original spawn
BK replied to ItsFranHN's Suggestion in Game SuggestionsCan we reconsider the 70% reduction on element in the magmasaur Pitt? On regular rates it was only 300 element max. Now it's 90 or less. Please balance/increase.