Fun fact: Did you know ambergris is whale throw up in real life as well as ark? Ambergris in real life is actually extremely rare, and can be sold for almost more money than gold! It is used for a popular type of perfume.
Creature 1: space whale (saddle, fully mounted with 4 people, several tek bombs ready, at least 2)
Creature 2: Yuty (mounted by human, able to scare away enemy dinos and buff allied ones, at least 1)
Creature 3: allo (mounted by humans, charging at base defenders, at least 4)
Creature 4: wyvern (mounted by human, escorting space whales, maybe carrying dodo bomb, at least 2)
Scenario: yuty roars, buffing the charging allos and scaring enemy dinos, allos charge and start taking out defenses. Space whales and wyverns arrive, and birds are sent to counter them and turrets start firing. The wyverns and tek turrets on space whales take out the enemy fliers. Other tek turrets take out enemies and turrets below. The space whales are now directly over the base, and drop their tek bombs. The allos have successfully taken out most ground defense and the base has been wiped out.
This thing is the ultimate warship. Its saddle has three gun turrets that consume element when shooting. It has a bomber mode that drops a cluster of bombs below it, consuming ambergris as the ammo. It can pretty much warp you and your nearby allies instantly. Plus it has a platform where you can build structures, similar to the platform saddles we’ve seen on Quetzals, Paracers, etc. The platform space is really small, but definitely workable.
Singleplayer taming is so hard. I had nobody to aim the cannon, and I'm currently waiting for the astercetus to wake up. I struggled so hard. He's a blue level 8. LEVEL 8. Dododex says there's a 93% chance of death for the cannon for a level 8.. Pretty lucky, eh? Singleplayer taming is.. Hard. Not impossible, though. I managed!