TIPP: Achatinas can produce organic Polymer. You can just craft a fridge with the organic Polymer and destroy it. Every time you destroy a fridge you get normal Polymer back. That means you can transform organic Polymer to normal Polymer. I found it out yesterday by myself.
Pretty easy tame on mobile, especially if you live in the redwoods or have a bee farm and a greenhouse on mobile. Only eats sweet veggie cakes so don’t you be fooled, even at very low hunger this still is a die hard sweet tooth. Cementing paste and polymer will never be a problem with this guy around. Just tame one and bathe in all the polymer and cementing paste you want. No need to slaughter the cute penguins. This is mostly why tamers succeed in ark more than those that kill everything on sight. A tamer is the most powerful and most experienced player in the ark, not even alpha tribes might wanna mess with. Bending the humble achatina means endless advanced resources, many would wish to trade their lives for. So tamers, listen up! Tamers can also be traders, in fact, wandering traders. Bend a brontosaurus to your will and you’ll get the perfect wandering trader’s shop. And once you get this guy, protect him! He’ll be the most important, at first production rate might seem slow but don’t waver! This is actually one of the most powerful tames ever, along with their damage reduction and can also wear helmets! So get them a good quality helmet then slap it on their heads to protect them more.
The Achatina is a massive snail, mostly used for its production of Cementing Paste, or as a pet. This creature produces its paste passively — and quite frequently — so many survivors keep them around their bases. However, its usefulness pretty much ends there, as it cannot attack and moves quite slow. The Achatina must be tamed violently.~Steel Cookie 123