ARK's base taming speed on PC, PS4, and Xbox is now doubled, meaning 1× is as fast as what 2× was previously. Dododex has been updated to reflect this. Use the "presets" dropdown for common multipliers.
For full Iguanodon taming details, get the taming calculator app.
This dinosaur is great. It can run fast, almost never run out of energy, jump, carry a decent about of weight, and collect a bunch of berries. If you need to travel long distance, I would use an Iguanodon.
Iguanodon is a very useful dino. Its strong, fast, have a lot of stamina, can jump really high, can collect a ton of berries, can turn it to seeds, when u need, and poop for u big eggs. :D A must-have creature in the game.
I've always found the Iguanodon charming. Even though it is weak in the grand scheme of things in ARK, it is one of, if not the best beginner's tame in the game. It has two modes: Quadruped and Biped. The base stance is Quadruped. In this mode, you are less agile, but are extremely quick. And the best part is, you have infinite stamina! You can run as far as you like in Quadruped. The Biped mode is toggled with right click (or left trigger on console.) In this stance, you are slower, but are more agile and able to attack and gather berries. Stamina is consumed, but only at a rate of 3 stamina a second. Regardless of the mode, the Iguanodon is a farmer's best friend. It is able to convert berries into seeds, sparing time from trying to gather them normally. It's strong points are speed, stamina, and weight. It's weak point is health, with okay melee. Overall, the Iguanodon is a good mount for beginners and those in midgame. And I didn't know when to say this, but it has a cute roar too.
The Iguanodon is a dinosaur with the unique ability to walk on either two or four legs. When walking on two, it can attack enemies with its front feet, and while walking on four, it can sprint without running out of stamina. The Iguanodon also has the ability to convert fruit and vegetables into seeds.
What does a Iguanodon eat?In ARK: Survival Evolved, the Iguanodon eats Simple Kibble, Compy Kibble, Crops, Fresh Tea Leaves, Fresh Barley, Fresh Wheat, or Soybean, Dried Wheat, Mejoberry, Berries, and Sweet Vegetable Cake.