Best for getting cementing paste, 1) go to swamp with a frog. 2)kill any Dino and do NOT eat it. 3)wait a few seconds until all the bugs start eating the body. 4)ATTACK THE BUGS. 5)collect the bug bodys while u are on the frog
You all know that Beezebufo is one of the best best cemeting paste Collectors in the game. But it's hard to find some insects around the map. So i would recommend you to go inside the swamp cave with your Beezebufo and kill the insects inside the cave, because there are unbelievible much Magneuras spawning inside.
You should wear a chillie seit and take some healing potions with you so you dont die cause of the gas. I would also recommend to make the swing attack of the Beezebufo instead of the frontal attack because you dont have to aim if you do that.
Whoever said there aren’t beaver dams on Genesis, you are wrong. In the Arctic biome, follow the mountain down by the river to the “mission pond” where fishing takes place. Beavers and their dams do spawn there, I have a base near by as an exploit. Upscale this please 👍 sidenote: bugs run from your frog once tamed WHEN you are riding it. If you have it follow on aggro/atk your target you will gather much more cp
These little guys are pretty great. They are great for getting cementing paste and chitin. They are able to travel long distances by running and jumping. Just don't go up hill with him or you will run out of stamina. They can also travel fast. The tongue attacks knock torpor into the target and don't use much stamina. They are perfect for traveling in swamps. They can kill Titanoboas and sarcos with ease without taking any damage. Just upgrade the health and weight, and you got yourself a pretty great game that is a MUST-HAVE.
They’re basically water-accessible pteranodons that make CP. They don’t take any amount of fall damage at all, from any height; they do insane torpor; they’re fast swimmers that can outrun almost any water creature in the ocean, and they can fit literally anywhere. They don’t have great weight, but if you’re building underwater they’re wonderful for getting metal runs going, even if they’re small.