I found a level 1(by chance), and it took me 14 seconds to tame. I found thirteen more over the month, and by February(found my first one at January), I had an army. I took down a whole Allosuarus in seconds with the army, but we had a PVP war, and..........eleven fell to my enemy's Trexes and Baryonyx. Only one remains now, and I keep him in my ark Basement. His names JasonBourne
Breeding a high level compy army is a waste of your time so taming a metric f*ck ton is the way to go. Riding a slower animal while surrounded by your army feels pretty awesome and it's hilarious to whistle attack target on whatever irritates you.
Everytime another compy comes near another, they get a boost. You can see the "+1, +3" etc etc. If you tame a bunch of these and put them in your house they're good for distracting players if you also have dimorphodons or onyc inside too
Very dangerous, very annoying. Also kinda cute. This is the compy, or compsognathus. It is a pack dino, which means it gets a pack bonus if there are other compies around. They are very small, which means if you attack one, others could quickly stream out of the small berry plants. However, they are relatively slow and quite low on health, so if many threaten you, don't bother fighting them. 1. Because it's a bad idea for new/low lvl players. 2. Because they barely give any hide or meat
A single Compy is never an issue. Due to there curious nature of humans they'll walk right up to you and observe you without hostility. But after they see you they will send out a call to nearby Campus beckoning them. Once another Compy is close enough to get a pack bonus they loose there neutral mentality and the pack mind takes over and they become hostile to beware of multiple Compys.
These guys are best tamed with two people. Have one person knock it out and the second person rUN for that prime meat you shoved in your fridge for kibble. They wake up quickly so have a lot of narcs on hand. They're really not useful but my god are they cute in your shoulder.