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.
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The morrelatops should be one of your first tames on Scorched Earth. They are excellent at gathering berries which will make taming higher level dinos easier, and they can hold water so if you live far away from a water vein or a lake you won't dehydrate.
In a group they attack, individual they run. Pick the lone wolf and lead it by facing the way you want it to go and trap it against a wall or rock or a safe place. No missed shots, no wasted resources, and a easy Morrelatops tame.
Probably your first tame besides the jerboa. Boomerangs work wonders to knock out. Wait to single out one then knock out in a corner and then use berries. Great for water storage, berry gathering, thatch, and wood!
Good at harvesting berries, WOOD, thatch and cactus sap. To harvest wood, you need to look for the bushes that look like tiny pine trees. Attack those and you will get about 80-120 wood. Hardly on par with a beaver but much better than looking for trees in the desert.
It can easily kill carnos, sabers and wolves of a lower level in a 1 on 1 as the primary attack has a knock back effect, similar to a trike in the island. The secondary attack is a stomp with an AoE effect. They have decent health and good carry weight and you can drink water from their hump. To fill the water, take it to a well, use carriables or harvest cacti with it.
The Morellatops is a camel-like creature that has the ability to store water in its hump. It can be essential as a pack animal when transporting supplies through the hot, dry desert. The Morellatops will flee once attacked, but once knocked out, it is a relatively easy creature to tame.
What does a Morellatops eat?In ARK: Survival Evolved, the Morellatops eats Simple Kibble, Crops, Fresh Barley, Fresh Wheat, or Soybean, Dried Wheat, Mejoberry, and Berries.