If you use the bear trap strategy which is if you lead it into a Dino gateway that is shaped in a triangle and with a bear trap in the middle (Large Beartrap) and when it is stuck you must put a dinogate behind it to trap it and then knock out. (hope this helped and "If" I win could it be an Xbox voucher, thanks.)
When breeding two max level rexes to have a super baby, DON'T EAT THE EGG!!!! I've done this twice on accident(meaning to drop it) and each time it takes me a couple seconds to register wtf I just did and then I have to wait to mate again. Sad day. Weekend ruined. Great way to start off the new year! Lol
You can use the normal darts or arrows. But the fastest way to tame a Rex .
Get under its belly as fast as you can and rub its belly, instant tame :) all you new player try it out and you'll be riding like a king like us vets !!
Create a 3x3 mobile taming pen 3 walls high on a raft with a Dino gateway on one side and ramps on the other. Use a flyer to lead it up the ramp into the pen then move it to a safe area to tame. I got 2 150s without a single issue.
Rex baby consumes meat at about 1 meat per 50 seconds. Each meat gives about 50 food, with a food drain of 1 food point per second. So.. 1 meat = 50 seconds of feed. 1 stack of meat is 1000 seconds/16 min. A stack of meat takes 12hrs to full spoil. So.. on 1x, at 6% maturity, a baby rex can be left to fend its own till juvi... this is even with a 2 hr safeguard to be very safe. Honestly... 5% would work also. Hope these statistics help!
Since rexs are the second best land carnivore (behind giga) I would recommend just leveling it for PvP. Like on all my 150 kibble tame rexs I go for 10k health then 500 melee damage and then put the rest of my levels back and forth between health and damage.
PS: A good 2nd-5th gen Rex can and will kill tamed gigas
as u can see darts are the most effective. load up, have a friend pick u up in a bird, and fire away. i suggest the spike wall tactic just to be safe if you want a perfect tame! we got ourselves a 150 female earlier today and woke up at a lv 220!!
TLC patch to be added in March 2018 to add a terrain bug fix that will allow it to not get stuck on rocks and add a roar that will force players (and maybe creatyres too) to poop themselves. Like so people can see!
Carea more about big prey than you, so try to run past anything bigger and meatier than you, then keep running. It won't take long to kill whatever it finds. That being said, I did see a Rex take a long while to kill 2 carbonenemy turtles