In Ark: Survival Evolved, the Pulmonary corpus is a harmless carnivore, provided you don’t brush against it: it has a very bad temper and simple contact with it is enough to make it aggressive. He takes on the appearance of a huge scorpion and clearly does not go unnoticed wherever he wanders. This dinosaur is undoubtedly one of the most useful to players, as it passively generates a poison that allows it to immobilize its targets, thus acting both as a sedative and as a Narcoticand we explain in this guide the most important things you need to know about this dinosaur.
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Where can you find Pulmonoscorpius in Ark?
THE Pulmonary corpus is a carnivorous dinosaur that mainly prefers rocky areas, often mountainous but not always. You can find it mostly on mountain cliffs, but also in caves and generally rocky areas of the island you are on. It is an exclusively terrestrial animal, it is not a very good swimmer underwater and cannot fly. It is recognizable from a distance as it takes the form of a rather large scorpion.
THE Pulmonary corpus is not downright hostile at first glance. However, he has a strong character, which makes him openly hostile to anyone who comes close to him, so steer clear if you want to avoid trouble. This mechanism makes it particularly dangerous because when surrounded by its congeners if you touch one of them all of its congeners will start chasing you, and this is where the real problems start in chasing the Pulmonary corpus.
Peculiarities of the Pulmonoscorpius in Ark
- Tamer: The main advantage of Pulmonary corpus it is clearly his ability to stun any creature affected by Torpor. Its attacks inject a stack toxin that kills your target, but be careful not to kill them anyway!
- guard dog: It is one of the most effective creatures when it comes to defense, especially in small, tight places, as it is relatively small and will take even the most prepared opponents by surprise. Add to that the fact that it is easy to feed and you have one of the easiest creatures to face as a defender.
- Climber/Swimmer: THE Pulmonary corpus is an excellent cliff climber and will easily navigate any trail, even the steepest. In terms of swimming, it’s surprisingly good, as long as it stays on the surface of the water, avoid letting it dive.
- Swarm: Its great presence throughout the territory makes Pulmonary corpus a creature that is very easy to capture, so you can really turn it into an army to overwhelm your opponents with the most terrifying army!
Taming: how to tame the Pulmonoscorpius?
Taming one Pulmonary corpus is relatively easy, the hardest part is managing to knock him out without killing him as he has quite few hit points by default. Also watch out for packaging Pulmonary corpus, this can pose a serious additional hazard. The easiest way to knock him out is definitely using Arrows tranquilizersor even Narcotics or from Narcoberries afterwards if necessary.
In terms of food, this creature is particularly fond of because of its carnivorous nature Ordinary kibble and from Meat damagedalso while taming:
Recipe for regular croquettes:
– 1x Dried meat
– 1x Medium egg
– 5x fibres
– 2x But
– 2x Potato
→ 8 regular kibble required for a level 150 Pulmonoscorpius
→ Time to tame it: ~08min32s
Let any type of meat rot.
→ 32 spoiled meat required for a level 150 Pulmonoscorpius
→ Time to tame it: ~32min00s
How to breed the Pulmonoscorpius?
The reproduction of Pulmonary corpus 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 Pulmonary corpus lies one Pulmonoscorpius Egg. This can be eaten by the player or used for crafting Ordinary kibblebut to give birth to a small one Pulmonary corpus 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 case of Pulmonary corpus, her egg hatched in about 1h59min after being incubated under the right conditions. It needs a temperature that fluctuates between 12 and 16°C to hatch, otherwise 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.