Ride a good level sarco make sure you have your food of choice I recommend exceptional kibble or raw prime meat surprisingly they don't prefer fish also it's a passive tame they will always be surrounded by mantas which will agro if you brush past them or the basilo hurt the basilo or mantas and start taming so taming first brush past the basilo to separate mantas from the basilo kill the mantas once you done that approach the basilo and feed it then wait till it's hungry I think it's food has to go down 200 before next feed rinse and repeat and have ridding your new basilo tamed facts the basilo cannot be stunned by jelly fish or eels also it keeps the rider warm underwater cons the basilo has a crush depth that drains it's health slowly the depth is barrier entering the mosa plesy area they pretty much everywhere
Ride dolphin or manta, water creature won't attack you while riding a water dino, then go near basilo feed it, Don't unride or you'll see your self dying, put food on your hot bar then click it when near basilo u can feed basilo without unriding. Up! So no noobs will be eaten by manta or megalodon lol
Okay, so I saw one in a river opening on Crystal Isles. I thought the mantas attack you as soon as you go near. So I slowly approached the tail near the river bank. The mantas didn’t agro on me, I thought I was just far enough away. No. Oh no no no noooo. It turns out the mantas ATTACK the second you feed it. Please don’t do what I did haha
Pro Tip: Basi’s won’t spawn with a whole gang of mantas on Gen 1 map, making it much easier to tame. You also have increased oxygen and swim speed in Gen 1’s Ocean Biome so you won’t need scuba gear and you can outswim Megalodons easily.
A living oil mine and immune to jellyfish and someone who likes to ignore the hug of the Tuso . Yup definitely worth taming and for some of you who don’t know how to tame this kind of Dino then this is how you do it
Step 1: put the item you will use to tame in your hot bar
Step 2: get close to the Dino then tap the item to feed it then keep feeding it until it tame up
I am telling process because I had problems passive taming when I was a beginner