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  1. I had a dream last night; In my dream I had a raptor as a pet, it went everywhere with me, it was my bodyguard, my friend, practically my brother. I woke up today feeling better than ever, because there was other stuff that happened in that dream, everything that happened in that dream was so good and such a nice idea of what life COULD be like, that I woke up feeling better than ever and wanting that dream to come true.
  2. So while I'll admit it's a cool idea for the game which makes the rare breeding easier. However I'm wondering what really is the point since there is a glitch and the babies die so fricking fast? I found a fertilized dodo egg and since I keept loseing so many I sat there patiently, watched and waited. Once the incubation timer hit zero, three baby dodo's plop out, and run in three different directions. I got one imprinted and fed, then turned to the second and as soon as I walked up to it, at the exact same time it and & number three fell over dead. I was so mad, but one survived so I headed back to it to make sure it was doing ok and then it fell over dead. So I had triplets and they all died. It is so aggravating with the super slim chance of something like that happening, coupled with the fact that the babies die so fast, you can't hardly even keep one alive most of the time, but three at once is absolutely impossible to do. Unless someone else knows something I don't?
  3. jakesazombie

    Can't rotate while painting

    So I'm playing the windows 10 xbox one crossplay version on my computer. My roommate was playing in the same map as my on an xbox in the other room and we both tried to paint at the same time she could rotate the dino and could paint anywhere she wanted but the only view I have is the initial paint view and I can only pan and nothing else, how can I rotate the dino?
  4. TheFalseLight

    TLC Ideas

    This is my first forum post. Yay I guess. So, what creatures do you all think should receive a TLC? I have my list, but I'm curious to see what other people have in mind. -TheFalseLight
  5. Mockingbird77

    Dock Island base build

    Ok so I have tribe of 5 people that have been going strong for about 1 week, we transferred over characters to the server were working on now so we are all high level, we’ve got a full stone base, couple stacks of metal, some basic Dino’s like trike anky ect and we’ve got a pen surrounding them, were working on kibble farms and whatnot, but at the moment we’re running out of stuff to do. Upgrading to metal seems a long way away, and we’re definitely not ready for that, we use a raft and pteranodons to go to the main land due to the fact we live on dock island, not sure what tame or build we should go for next, anybody got any ideas?
  6. SpeedOfThePhantom

    Be the dino mode

    Remember that be the dino trailer that Ark released like 3 years ago? Anybody remember that? Good. If not, go watch it on their Youtube channel. Is that still being worked on? Or does anybody think this might be the next DLC? I mean, it's possible, and i have wanted this since launch.
  7. nancytaut

    Dinosaur games

    I have been playing The only Dinosaur game on my PC in my office timings. It is Google Dino game. It is the only game that cannot be blocked by my Team Leader with his Bloody Filter. But It is getting too much for me now. The same game from past 1 year. Can you guys recommend me some more games like Dino game from google?
  8. It would simply change a dinosaurs sex from male to female, ECT.
  9. Monica9692

    Dinosaurs disappearing

    Anybody else's dinosaurs just disappearing? Even dinosaurs at my camp are disaeappring....
  10. MrJoseph

    dinosaur Dinosaur suggestion

    In the most recent news article on Steam, the ARK devs suggested something about finalising their final batch of Dino Dossiers. Is it too late to make a suggestion to this? Only it seems fitting to include at least one (or some) of the earliest known dinosaurs - those that the whole dinosaur age (and thus, genre) began with and evolved from. I'm talking about the https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saurischia dinosaurs; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nyasasaurus, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saturnalia_(dinosaur), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herrerasaurus, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Staurikosaurus, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eoraptor, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alwalkeria, and maybe the more popular and well-known https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coelophysis? Thanks everyone who read this. Just putting my thoughts out there! EDIT: My links appeared to break, so I've tried to fix them. Hopefully just hyperlinked text should appear instead of odd-looking links thrown into the body text. EDIT: Welp, obviously not. Sorry.
  11. Let's assume Wildcard can pinpoint who is duping and on what server they are doing it. One solution should be: Those Dinos caught in duping or items will be given a red flag on the item/dino. This will render them untransferable across servers. They cannot be traded or unclaimed. They are unable to be transferred to boss battles through drops or obelisk. AND/OR Once a red flag is marked upon an item or dino, they are given a decay timer that cannot be refreshed in anyway. They will eventually be removed from the game. and be given a locked feature as if you were never able to use the item. Sort of like tek engrams. Dinos with mark cannot be saddled and will not respond to whistles. Account or player character or characters Each character will be marked with a red flag next to their name as a known hacker/duper on their floating name and on chat window. (might cause the community to hate you.) Harsh Repercussions (going too far?) >:) Repeated hacking/duping will result in a penalty upon you're account for 90 days. You're tribe dino count will be cut in half, and every dino you have will cost 10 each toward the total amount of dinos. This will also result in a possible ban of the account and decline of you're credit card if you decide to purchase another copy of the game under the same name. FBI will be called out to track down ip addresses and aliases of different accounts and inform valve. Possibly closure of steam, ps4, xbox accounts. Addtional game limiting suggestions from anyone from this thread?
  12. MYARKFATE1991

    dinosaur changes

    hello wildcard, i have some suggestions i feel would be wanted in the game, let's get right into it i guess. my first suggestion, is to enable moving while left click harvesting on the mammoth, the right click stomp makes sense to be in one spot, but you should be able to move while shaking your tusks around with left click. secondly, could we get the dunkleosteus to half the weight of obsidian, maybe even the ankylo? it would make sense as metal has been halved, and they are both efficiant at harvesting obsidian. that's all i have to say, thanks for reading, and if you agree, give us a like or rating, however it works lol.
  13. Jatheish

    Allosaurus

    From the album: Dossiers

    Common name: Allosaurus Species: Allosaurus Therotribus Time: Late Jurassic Diet: Carnivore Temperament: Aggressively Social Wild: Smaller but faster than tyrannosaurus, larger but slower than Carnotaurus, Allosaurus Therotribus is the island's resident pack-hunting theropod. While most aggressive theropods are relatively solitary creatures, Allosaurus lives in groups of 3-4. One Allosaurus is the alpha, while the others are its mates or a beta male. Like humans find value in forming a tribe, the Allosaurus has evolved to hunt in packs. Its saw-shaped teeth leave its prey bleeding and maimed, making escape difficult. Once an Allosaurus slows a creature with its cutting bite, the rest of its pack quickly close in for the kill. Domesticated: Not everyone thinks a tamed Allosaurus is ideal. Those who value speed generally tame Carnotaurus, while those who value raw stopping power tame Tyrannosaurus. However, Riders of Allosaurus tend to value the utility of its Alpha pack status, which along with its bleed-inducing attacks and relative mobility, can effectively turn the tide of a combined arms battle.
  14. Jatheish

    Therizinosaur

    From the album: Dossiers

    Common Name: Therizinosaur Species: Therizinosaur Multiensis Time: Late Cretaceous Diet: Herbivore Temperament: Aggressive Wild: I’m not entirely sure how Therizinosaur Multiensis stays populated on the island. It is surprising slow for it’s size, and is a solitary creative (so no pack to back it up). I suppose the fact that it’s sheer power rivals Tyrannosaurus us the only thing that allows this very aggressive medium-sized herbivore to thrive on the island. The claws of Therizinosaur are some of the most versatile biological tools I’ve encountered, as adept at removing trees and foliage from Therizinosaur path as they are at piercing the thick shells and hide of the island’s most defensive creatures if backed into a fight. Domesticated: A tamed Therizinosaur is one of the most versatile mounts a survivor can have. It can be trained to use it’s claws brutally or delicately, allowing the rider to primarily harvest the specific kinds of resources that he or she needs, with abnormally extreme of resource that he or she needs, with abnormally extreme efficiency. And in combat, these same claws can piece straight through. The toughest armor. This flexibility more than makes up for it’s inability to carry the large loads of the islands many herbivorous pack beasts.
  15. Jatheish

    Troodon

    From the album: Dossiers

    Common Name: Troodon Species: Troodon Magnanimus Time: Late Cretaceous Diet: Carnivore Temperament: Nocturnally Aggressive Wild: Quite possibly the most intelligent non-human creature on the island, Troodon Magnanimus is an incredibly fast learner. It understands meaningful experiences much more quickly than other creatures (including humans), and its social nature means it also teaches its pack mates, making them more clever too. If Troodon’s cleverness didn’t make it formidable, than its tactics and biology do. It specifically pack-hunts at night when we are most vulnerable, and sees humans as its primary prey. This audacity is made especially dangerous due to its serrated fangs’ poison, which drains stamina from any creature, but outright paralyses humans. Thankfully, Troodon is fairly small. Were it larger, it might well have become the dominant creature of its ecosystem. Domesticated: I thought Troodon simply could not be tamed, until I finally saw a lone survivor with one. She told me that she let “Troody” hunt a few of her tribe’s smaller creatures for sport, and it eventually started following her everywhere. It seems that while Troodon is too intelligent to fall for the rote conditioning of ‘tranq-and-feed’, it can instead gradually gain loyalty from a social approach that provides it the opportunity to hunt. Ever since, I have wondered at the benefits that a pack of ultra-smart, bred-for-battle Troodon may bring to a tribe brave enough to earn the favor of these clever carnivores.
  16. Jatheish

    Pegomastax

    From the album: Dossiers

    Common Name: Pegomastax Species: Pegomastax Fructarator Time: Early Jurassic Diet: Herbivore Temperament: Defensive Wild: Among the bottom of the island’s dinosaur food chain is a small herbivore called Pegomastax Fructarator. It is content to spend all day alone, gorging itself on far more food that you might reasonably expect for a creature of its tiny stature. It’s beak appears perfectly evolved for collecting food from plants while avoiding the indigestible fibrous strands. Pegomastax is likely to ignore any nearby creature and continue foraging, unless it is attacked. At which point, it turns into a very aggressive (though rather nonthreatening) opponent, shrieking and wooping far above it’s actual threat level. You would expect a creature this small and weak to live in flocks, but Pegomastax seems to be fairly solitary in nature. Domesticated: While not pretty, and far too small to ride, tribes often keep Pegomastax around as a kind of farming aid. It’s skill at scavenging means that it collects an extraordinary quantity of seeds and berries, while also handily gathering the rare flowers, mushrooms, and other ingredients necessary to cool up unusual conceptions.
  17. Jatheish

    Iguanodon

    From the album: Dossiers

    Common Name: Iguanodon Species: Iguanodon vicissitudinis Time: Late Jurassic Diet: Herbivore Temperament: Reactive Wild: Of the many creatures I've yet encountered the island, the Iguanodon vicissitudinis has the distinctly versatile ability to change its primary method of locomotion according to its momentary needs. While bipedal, it can employ rapid stabbing attacks with its distinctive thumb spikes. In quadrupedal stance, conversely, it seems to have an endless supply of stamina, even while sprinting! Primarily a rather lethargic quadrupedal herbivore native to the island's many grasslands and forests, in situations where increased speed or maneuverability is called for, it will quickly shift its posture into bipedal stance and behave like a very different creature! Domesticated: Interestingly, the Iguanodon's thumb spikes also provide it with the capability to pick seeds out of fruits, allowing a farmer to handily convert stacks of fruits into stacks of seed for planting. Combined with its highly effective fruit harvesting and substantial carry weight, the Iguanodon's excellent mobility in bipedal stance makes it an ideal field-hand that can also pull off a quick get-away, or an agile defense, when needed.
  18. Jatheish

    Ankylosaurus

    From the album: Dossiers

    Common Name: Ankylosaurus Species: Ankylosaurus crassacutis Time: Late Cretaceous Diet: Herbivore Temperament: Docile Wild: Unlike many of the herd animals on the island, Ankylosaurus crassacutis tends to live in small family units. I believe they can afford to stick with smaller groups because of their incredibly thick skin for which they're named. Despite not being among the largest of the islands herbivores, the Ankylosaurus is one of the more difficult Creatures to take down. Its thick, armored skin seems to make it more than a match for several of the mid-sized predators that would otherwise hunt it. Reckless carnivores are just as likely to hurt themselves on Ankylosaurus' spikes as they are to get hit by its tail. Domesticated: Without a doubt, the best trait of a trained Ankylosaurus is its enormously dense tail. This tail is powerful enough to shatter the resource-laden rocks of the island. One of the wealthier human tribes on the island utilizes a squad of Ankylosaurus in its mines and quarries.
  19. Jatheish

    Baryonyx

    From the album: Dossiers

    Common Name: Baryonyx Species: Baryonyx Aquafulgur Time: Early Cretatceous Diet: Piscivore Temperament: Passive to land creatures, but aggressive to water-dwellers Wild: Like the Carnotaurus, Baryonyx Aquafulgur is one of the smaller end of the tier of large predators. While not as powerful as some deep sea predators or Spinosaurus, Baryonyx is an extremely fast swimmer who is still nimble enough to threaten most creatures on the island. And yet despite being a fast, dangerous dinosaur, Baryonyx almost exclusively eats fish & other water-dwellers. The highly specific metabolism of Baryonyx seems to allow it to heal wounds almost preternaturally fast after feeding on nutritious fish meat. Perhaps this is why Baryonyx rarely attacks land animals? Domesticated: Baryonyx's natural affinity for aquatic predation means that once tamed, it learns to kill ocean-dwellers more efficiently. Between its speed and its power, Baryonyx makes an ideal choice for anyone interested in frequently moving between water and land travel with ease, and valuing speend and agility over raw strength.
  20. Jatheish

    Carno

    From the album: Dossiers

    Common Name: Carnotaurus Species: Carnotaurus pressor Time: Late Cretaceous Diet: Carnivore Temperament: Aggressive Wild: Carnotaurus pressor is an interesting creature that falls between medium and large predator. It lives primarily on flat clear ground, where it can capitalize on its speed. Additionally, it seems to have no qualms about running from larger predators instead of fighting. The horns of the Carnotaurus seem to be used more for fighting rival Carnotauri (Carnotauruses?) than actual hunting. This doesn't mean the horns aren't dangerous, though; they can still eviscerate larger prey. Carnotaurus is one of the smaller and more compact of the large predators. If Tyrannosaurus is the "Lion" of the island, Carnotaurus would certainly be the "cheetah". The real threat of a Carnotaurus is not being able to escape it once it sees you. Were it not for the creature's extremely long down-time after sprinting, it might be among the most capably balanced mounts. Domesticated: Carnotaurus fills a very specific role. Larger and almost as fast as a Raptor, smaller but much faster than a Tyrannosaurus.
  21. Jatheish

    Bronto

    From the album: Dossiers

    Common Name: Brontosaurus Species: Brontosaurus lazarus Time: Late Cretaceous Diet: Herbivore Temperament: Docile Wild: Among the largest creatures I've seen on the island, Brontosaurus lazarus is larger than any sauropod I've read about. In fact, the dinosaur is so massive that it ignores most other creatures. I've seen a pack of Raptors tear apart smaller Dinosaurs while Brontosaurus continues eating, seemingly oblivious to the hunting pack. The Brontosaurus is extremely protective of its eggs and will attack if provoked. However, some may think this is an Apatosaurus, Dreadnoughtus, Argentinosaurus, or other sauropod - but this is a strange island and I'm the one doing the research. I'm convinced that this genus is Brontosaurus and no one can tell me otherwise. My study, my rules. Domesticated: Because of how docile it is, Brontosaurus makes the ideal pack-animal. Peaceful tribes use it to carry incredible quantities of resources, while warring tribes use it to mobilize their army. Unfortunately, its enormity means that most attempts to tame Brontosaurs can take longer than almost any other creature on the island.
  22. Jatheish

    Compy

    From the album: Dossiers

    Common Name: Compy Species: Compognathus curiosicarius Time: Late Jurassic Period Diet: Carnivore Temperament: Curious Wild: One of the smallest predators on the island, Compognathus curiosicarius can be seen as a pet, a pest or a threat. While alone, Compsognathus is not dangerous or aggressive. In larger packs, however, it remembers its carnivorous nature. After a group of Compsognathus grows to a certain size, their pack mentality always seems to embolden them to "attack". For some reason Compsognathus is not naturally afraid of humans. Rather it seems to be quite curious of humans and their instruments of survival. They tend to be drawn toward humans out of this curiosity, and then call their pack mates to help explore their discovery. This usually leads to the aforementioned pack aggression. Domesticated: Compsognathus's can be tamed quite easily, so some tribes keep them for little more than friendly companionship. However they gain increasing significant attack power and speed when close proximity to other Compsognathus, as their pack aggression takes over their behavior. Additionally their distress call carries quite far, rapidly alerting the tribe and its pets to danger more efficiently, and increasing the likelihood of forming a so called 'Compy Gang'.
  23. Jatheish

    Dilophosaur

    From the album: Dossiers

    Common Name: Dilophosaur Species: Dilophosaurus sputatrix Time: Early Jurassic Diet: Carnivore Temperament: Skittish Wild: Dilophosaurus sputatrix is a strange creature. It stands at just over half the size of known Dilophosaurs, and runs from aggressors as often as it fights them. Dilophosaurus sputatrix has a few traits not common in the Dilophosaurus genus. It has a very shrill call, and a decorative ridge of skin on its neck. I believe these are used to attract mates, as well as intimidate prey and would-be predators. Instead of attacking its prey outright, Dilophosaurus sputatrix spits venom to weaken and paralyze it before moving in for the kill. Domesticated: Because of their shrill cry and their ability to attack intruders from range, Dilophosaurus seem most suited as "guard dogs". Due to their small size, they are not suitable as mounts.
  24. Jatheish

    Diplodocus

    From the album: Dossiers

    Common Name: Diplodocus Species: Diplodocus Insulaprincep Time: Late Jurassic Diet: Herbivore Temperament: Naive Wild: Despite being one of the Island's larger creatures, Diplodocus Insulaprincep is among the Island's smaller sauropods. Instead of the size and intelligence, Diplodocus developed faster maximum speed and greater endurance. When fully matured, it generally only reaches about two-thirds the size of the rather enormous Brontosaurus. Diplodocus is another creature whose continued survival on the Island confuses me. It's a very thick-headed and trusting animal, often to its fatal detriment. It usually doesn't flee from predators until after they've attacked it repeatedly, preferring instead to make numerous fruitless attempts at friendship. For some strange reason, Diplodocus trusts humans so much that it doesn't seem to fight back against them... ever! Domesticated: Due to Diplodocus' smaller frame, it cannot support the type of 'platform' saddle that other large creatures can. To make up for this, many tribes instead use a three-seater passenger saddle that allows Diplodocus to carry two additional riders. These passengers often use ranged weapons to protect the creature, or to attack nearby enemies while on the move!
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