I had a great Bronto named Bob, He was great and reliable. I always gathered berries and wood for my tribe. Bob was an absolute beast in combat. He could easily destroy high level Rexes. One sad day, I returned to base. I was on an Argentavis and was flying around. I saw a few strong dinos heading straight to our base. We were about to get raided. They attacked us and shred our base. We fought them with our dinos. Bob started to shred through them. Bob bought us enough time to escape. He fought until his last stand. R.I.P Bob
I just tamed my first one earlier today that was right by my base and it took less then a minute (Thank the Dino gods) In summary for people who want a quick taming though:
1. Get it on low health so it’s food goes down, probably make some dangerous Dino chase you and accidentally hit it and fight it (Mine fought something before I hit it with a bunch of tranq arrows so it only took about a minute or two to tame)
2. Get as many arrows as you need plus some extra just in case and start shooting it! (I died doing this but as I said it was next to my base so no problem)
3. You’ll want to put as many berries in as possible, you should probably stock up before you tame it (Good thing about having Parasaurs and trikes before hand is they can get heap of berries quickly)
4. Just wait and bam you got your self a nice bro to ready to defend your base!
Whoever it was who said one pushed them off a cliff for no reason. That was a diplodocus not a bronto diplodocus are small and have straight necks and pointy teeth for stripping leaves off of bushes and ferns while brontos are big with bendy necks and kind of beak like mouths for snapping leaves and twigs put of the canopy.
I just knocked out one of these guys and am feeding him heaps of berries. The fight went something like this: First, I went to the edge of the hill that he was standing on with my Triceratops (this was in The Footpaw Region) and loaded my bow with a Tranquilizer Arrow and got off. Then I shot the Brontosaurus and tried to bait him off the edge of the mountain by having my Triceratops jump off, but the Brontosaurus stopped being angry after a few seconds so I had to shoot him again to get him down. Then I abandoned my Triceratops as it got clobbered (don’t worry, it survived the entire fight) and ran back to the top of the mountain where I had the upper hand. I shot the Bronto for a bit and eventually he decided to fake fleeing to attack me some more, but once I learned my lesson I darted straight back up to the mountain again and shot him until he fled for real this time. Now that the Bronto was scared of me, I chased him until he fell asleep. After that was done I offered berries. EZ