In Ark: Survival Evolved, theAllosaurus is one of the most dangerous theropods on the island. less than one Tyrannosaurus and greater than one Carnotosaurus, it is extremely fast and has a nasty habit of prowling around in groups where most other theropods are quite solitary in nature. A real predator that you should seriously fear, theAllosaurus is an excellent fighter and base defender, so in this guide we explain the most important things you need to know about this dinosaur.
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Where can you find Allosaurs in Ark?
I’Allosaurus is a carnivorous dinosaur that rather appreciates tropical areas: you will generally find it in swampy areas, regardless of the island you are on. It is an exclusively terrestrial animal, it is not a very good swimmer and cannot fly. From a distance it is easily confused with a Tyrannosaurus, the main difference from other theropods is that it very often prowls in groups of several individuals, which makes it very dangerous to pass.
I’Allosaurus is extremely hostile and will attack any creature it sees near or far and will have no qualms about pursuing you relentlessly until it devours you. Also suspicious because the congeners of his pack often prowl a little further and are not necessarily visible at first glance, so approach the Allosaurus with great caution. He’s also extremely fast for a dinosaur this size, and his bite creates a bleeding effect over time.
Peculiarities of Allosaurus in Ark
- Hunter: I’Allosaurus is capable of killing most dinosaurs even taller than him, especially when in a pack, and on top of that, he’s incredibly fast for his size. In addition, his basic bite ensures that he can harvest more Skinby chitinby Raw meat and from Superior raw meat largely
- Package: If more than three Allosaurs close together, they benefit from the Pack bonus that increases everyone’s hitpoints Allosaurs of the pack, as well as the damage they deal, making them more dangerous than ever
- Bleeding: Due to its bite, it can cause a bleeding effect over time whose damage is proportional to the target’s hit points, causing theAllosaurus very powerful, not only in packs, but also and especially against creatures with a lot of hitpoints. However, bleeding cannot be applied to bosses.
- guard dog: It is one of the most effective creatures when it comes to defense as it is relatively small and will entertain even the most prepared opponents as they wait for the more powerful creatures from your stable to arrive. A suit withAllosaurs works perfectly in defense!
Taming: how do you tame the Allosaurus?
Taming theAllosaurus is not really easy. For starters, you need to isolate him from his pack without killing the members, otherwise your future companion will try to flee to find another pack. Lure him into a fence instead, after which you can kill his fellow creatures. Once this is done, all you have to do is shoot him Tranquilizer Arrows until you knock him out to begin the taming.
Another strategy is to call and shoot a flying creature Tranquilizer Arrows of the air. This method is simpler, but also requires you to be able to isolate it before it succumbs to sedatives, otherwise you’ll have to fight off the many predators that often lurk near the packs.Allosaurs to access your future companion.
In terms of food, this creature is particularly fond of because of its carnivorous nature Superior kibble and from mutton.
Superior kibble recipe:
– 2x Lemon
– 1x Prime Meat Jerky
– 1x Big egg
– 5x fibres
– 2x Rare Mushroom
– 1x Juice
→ 11 Superior Chunks required for a level 150 Allosaurus
→ Time to tame it: ~26min27s
Kill an Ovis to get meat.
→ 24 mutton required for an Allosaurus 150
→ Time to tame it: ~54min08s
How to breed Allosaurus?
The reproduction of theAllosaurus requires the presence of a male and a female of this species.
Randomly and at a rate of about one egg every 18 to 48 hours, the female Allosaurus lies one Allosaurus Egg. This can be eaten by the player or used for crafting Superior kibblebut to give birth to a little one Allosaurus you have to hatch the egg by placing it on the ground and provide it with acceptable conditions for the development of the young.
In the case of theAllosaurus, her egg hatched in about 1h39min after being incubated under the right conditions. It needs a temperature between 26 and 32°C to hatch or it will lose health. It is also interesting to know that the incubation time can be reduced by up to 20% if the egg is placed in an incubator set at the ideal temperature.