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Please add the old Arkaeology event skins as actually working dino's with their own proper working models and animations and uses Like the brachiosaurus (Bronto skin) can stomp with its front legs like the titanosaur The styracosaurus (trike skin) can do some bleeding damage with its sharp horn The stygimoloch (Pachy skin) can......(im not sure for this fella) Anyway my point is new dinos are always welcomed and when these where revealed to be skins i can say me and alot of people where disappointed
New additions to the game Hello Seperate to quality of life issues I would to suggest some additions to the game. 1. New Tek creatures, specifically a new flyer, perhaps the Pternaodon or Wyvern. 2. Cloaking Device, being able to turn yourself or creature your riding invisible would be really cool. As long as no one else can see you when activated. 3. New backpacks for the mek, maybe a jetpack to allow flight/hover, and customising what the mek can hold, so switch the gun / sword positions or add a shield or different weapon. These are just some cool ideas.
New water tames id like to see added and possible water bosses New fish Arapaima has hard boney head has been known to shoot out of water like a missle and slam into people and was alive and around during time dinosaurs were. Alligator gar - was around during time of dinosaurs and a lot of native american tribes around where fish are found used their sharp scales as arrowheads. Sturgeon giant freshwater fish that was around during time of dinos can get really big and would be cool source of prime fish meat. Sharks Ginsu Shark https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cretoxyrhina. Sums it up could kick a mosas butt and simillar to great white in build. Edestus shark https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edestus would be unique addition to ark Whales Peregocetus pacificus https://www.sciencenews.org/article/peru-fossils-four-legged-otter-whale-hooves https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peregocetus Acrophyseter a prehistoric sperm whale https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acrophyseter feed on seals and other whales of its time. Seals Allodesmus demerei https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allodesmus and seals in ark would make a more diverse sea life. Walrus Pontolis magnus very large extinct species of walrus would be cool to see a species of walrus in game. Mythical Tames Kelpie horse water spirit that drowned its victims found near bodies of water be cool to see in ark could have a drag attack if player gets to close where they strand player in deep water. Sea Serpent basically a giant dragon snake like thing that lives in water might jump out like manta but its home is in deep water. Kappa https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kappa_(folklore) would be a cool edition to game. Grindylow https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grindylow would be cool to see in game. Possible underwater bosses Kraken https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kraken... Also Release the Kraken... Would be a kick ass underwater sea battle. Hydra https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lernaean_Hydra sounds like it would make a badass boss mob. Jörmungandr giant sea serpent of norse mythology. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jörmungandr In edition to bosses a sunken obliesk to summon them and xfer water tames easier for those without cryopods. Underwater plant species Strangle kelp - acts like a root once wild animal player gets in radius will grab and hold in place for x amount of time or until player or dino dies from lack of oxygen Fire Coral - not technically a plant but would be cool underwater defense option as it stings and causes rashes.. Would be a cool defense could cause short stun or dot when going through it. New plant species for underwater that acts like pistol shrimp shoots a bubble bullet
I Want an Ark That... I Want an Ark That... - Doesn't require the Wiki to do various things. The Immersive Taming mod adds in a book that details everything you need to know about how to tame every single creature without having to find the explorers' dossiers. It also adds various kinds of bait, and even a way to hand-feed certain dinos. For console players like myself, this is an impossibility. I believe that this dynamic would bring more players to the consoles, as it is a much-enjoyable concept. Cooking up kibbles & other various recipes lacks an informational foundation in-game. An immersive recipe-book would do the trick, and help out new players as well as seasoned players that just need a refresher without having to cut play time by visiting a wiki page. This could also provide a reference to the buffs that these recipes provide, not just for Survival Evolved, but for Primitive+ as well. When I was a new player, this created a problem when I had to keep visiting the Wiki as I still occasionally do today. I understand that we can still loot certain recipes from certain dinos, but this breaks immersion and isn't a reliable way of obtaining recipes as needed. - Has more Dinos, and More Tek Variants The Ark Additions mod adds more dinos that have unique abilities and looks that seamlessly blend with Ark, complete with their own saddles and dossier. My favorite dino has always been the brachiosaurus, and I would love to see this added to Ark, along with many other dinos & their correlating Tek variants. I feel as though a few dinos could use some TLC, such as the broken Trike-charging and the delayed-action dilos and the like, but a balancing act will achieve a much-needed audience drawing effect to the game. Please don't let the new-release dino days die. They were great! - Has More Building Objects, Immersive Storage Solutions, & Decor, Decor, Decor! I feel as though Primitive+ and Survival Evolved should be merged in terms of beautiful building objects that make our bases seem more lived-in & functional; more... Real. Like, I shouldn't have to sacrifice the Tek advantage by switching to Primitive+ just for a log-holder, mining box, and some kitchen supplies. eco's mods and S+ seem to have a great concept for these things, but I believe Ark can take bits and pieces and make a truly unique form of its own. It always has, and I hope it doesn't stop there. That about sums it up. Please take it with a grain of salt... And pepper.