ARK: Survival Evolved Companion
Make sure you don't wear armor around them
Because they will destroy it. Use bug repellent so they don't automatically attack you. If you need spoiled meat make sure you have each raw meat split up individually that way once 5 mins passes by it all spoils at once
More Arthropluera Taming & KO Tips
They CANNOT attack you while in the water!!!
Taming an Arthropleura is really simple
Note: there's always a risk of losing your genitals so be careful when taming
Step 1: Spoil meat. Because nobody will waste broth of enlightenment
Step 2: make bug repellent. Ghillie Armor isn't necessary, the bugs pretend you have ghillie
Step 3: Carefully approach Satan (he won't notice you)
Step 4: feed him spoiled meat
Step 5: cyropod it and get the hell out of there as soon as possible because you don't have the saddle.
Step 6: make a saddle
Step 7: realise it can't climb anything on mobile
Step 8: Get Depressed
Step 9: Realise nothing agroes it and that you can easily just speedrun caves
Step 10: Ascendant Long neck.
ARK Community: Too bad a titan is basicly an expensive, end-game raid tame.
Arthropluera: Hold my beer
PICK IT UP WITH A MEGALOSAURUS AND TAME IT FROM THERE IT IS !) TIMES EASIER AS NO CAVE ANIMALS ATTACK IT!!!!!!
Why must the most scariest and violent things be tamed passively?
Easiest and safest way to tame this is to lure it under water. They stop aggro and you can tame as you please. Just make sure you come up for air every once in a while. Also be sure the water is deep enough.
The person pretending to be Schwalbe is not her. Downvote anyone you see pretending to be a content creator, because they wouldn’t announce who they are in a Dododex tip.
Don't wear any armor when around the arthropleura, because it melts any armor
Bye bye flak gear
Full Ghillisuit, bug repellent, and balls of steel because these are scary to tame! They have the taming slot right behind their head about where the saddle would normally sit. Must approach from behind and only approach when feeding, stay away otherwise