Make sure you DON'T mistake them for Micros. These dudes run. I've accidentally killed one thinking it was a micro. Always use a spy glass to tell which is which. Finding these cute lil fellas is hard especially with all the thylas and terror birds around. To tame them you'll need Chitin so go kill some ants or dragonflies and then boom you have a lil buddy you can love forever, well y'know until they die or you quit.
Alright, so basically I found one of these in the wild and REALLY wanted one. But with all the fun things in the Redwoods willing to take out anything that looks at them... Well you get the idea. But when I went to a dungeon and saw a Eerie one I wanted it SO bad. So I killed that one took its creature implant, revived it at one of the obelisks and tamed that glory bird up. Now I have a light up parachute!
Hello, I am the archaeopteryx lord's wife archaeopteryx lady, and I just want to inform all of you that he has killed many of innocent people because they were hurting the archaeopteryxes to knock them out. I think this is unfair for all the innocent people who just want to tame an archaeopteryx.
I hope it gets reworked on the landing part in Mobile. These things can take a while to land (depending on how high you are in terrain), but definitely recommend taming it. When I first started taming it I saw it's eggs, then it aggroed on me after I picked them up. Fortunately I had my Ptera with me, which I used to pick it up after it aggroed. After that I flew it back to base and tranqued it out with two tranq arrows (I used a longbow and hit it hard the first time then barely pulled it back the second time and knocked it out that way as to not do too much damage). And then fed it chitin, for Mobile as long as it's a low level (1-5+) you only need four chitin, if it's ten or up you'll need five or more (this is on Mobile). Sorry for the long tip.
When playing on the Center, be warned that they are very DIFFICULT to find because they hide in the bushes. If you aren't careful, you'll probably get lost and die by the Carnos and Terror Birds that lurk in the Redwoods.
Usually found in and around the redwood forests, these little guys can be used as parachutes if you fall from a tame/ structure and save you dying. You will probably need a bola because although a passive creature it will fly to the nearest tree and latch on if you get too close