I had no idea how to tame this but I thought it was so cool. So I took it home and set it in a holding pen. I am a newer player and don't know how to make this cake so I can not say about "after it tames" but I do know that on mobile as of 12-30-2020 it never gave me cementing paste. BUT it does poop Achinta paste not tamed just wandering around in my base. Follow one untamed.
Hello viewer this is everything you need to know about this large snail, or more commonly known as achintina. These gaint snails com in many shapes and sizes. It’s rare to see these snails anywhere else besides the swamp. They are incapable of fighting back if harmed and they will retreat. As you could tell by the name they are snails, meaning they have the slowest movement speed in the game. So they are able to hide inside there she’ll and shield themselves from dmg of any kind. Taming is large risk as this creature spawns in the swamp lands. The swamp is very dangerous and filled with arks most dangerous and aggressive creatures such as the karposuchus and titanboa. When taming these guys only eat cakes of some kind. When it comes to knocking it out use tranq arrows to bring the creature down. Even it its shell it won’t stop the tranq chemicals from whering the creature down. Once knocked out feed it the cakes. And bam you have your little snail pet. You can also put hat gear of it.
Plop it at your base and then somehow aquire a personal honey bee hive for veggie cakes. Great for polymer and cementing paste. Upgrade their food bar whenever it gets enough exp. So then it can go a lot longer without food, and wont die as fast from starvation. I can play for like three days and then decide whether or not I want to top up its food bar.
These creatures are great for cementing paste. Just tame some using veggie cakes, (that’s the only thing they eat) and KO is very easy. Put them in a small hut or something and set them to wander. You will get so much paste! If you kill them in the wild, you get angler gel. It’s much easier than diving for anglers or killing deathworms. Thx for reading!