For full Gacha taming details, get the taming calculator app.
Taming values are in stacks of ten. 3 "Metal Structures (10)" means 30. The Gacha also eats any type of weapons and armor, and the required quantity scales expectedly based on the resources needed (for example, 1 Shotgun is the equivalent of 5 Bows or 10 Slingshots). The required resources to tame a Gacha only slightly increase with higher levels (resources for a level 150 are only slightly higher than a level 1). Taming effectiveness is an estimation. Have any more details about the Gacha? Share it as a tip!
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Gachas will not pick up eggs dropped in front of them. We tried to use them as a way to guarantee that we would get every egg dropped from our animals, but the Gacha never picked the eggs up off the ground.
They also won't eat any eggs you place directly into their inventory.
When raising a baby gacha, fill their inventory with stacks rare mushrooms. They don't prefer them over other foods, but they will eat them if they have to and each mushroom regains alot of food. This will keep them from starving. This is really easy on aberration. They will still drain your berry troughs, but this will give you peace of mind when you've got other things to do. "UP" if this helps at all.
The Gacha is a tamable, ridable sloth-like creature with rocks on its back in ARK: Extinction. The Gacha has a unique "Crafting Skill" that allows the Gacha to transform a given resource into a desired item. The exact details on these resources are not yet available.
What does a Gacha eat?In Ark: Survival Evolved, the Gacha eats Tek Structures (10), Greenhouse Structures (10), Metal Structures (10), Stone Structures (10), Wooden Structures (10), Metal Tools (Primitive) (10), Thatch Structures (10), Snow Owl Pellet, Stone Tools (Primitive) (10), Metal (10), Stone (10), Wood (10), and Berries (10).