The easiest and most early game way to tame one is to get a club and a few spears. Stab it with a spear until it starts to run away, then hit it with a club while it’s running (they are very slow so it’s easy to keep up).
My main piece of advice for anybody going after one of these is to make certain you hit them in the head. Bolas are useless on these guys but you wouldn’t really need them anyways because of how slow they are. Essentially all you need to do is walk backwards and shoot arrows at its head. If this style of taming doesn’t fancy you though, you could always make a trap and lure the Carbonemys in that way. Once it’s down, just feed it your choice of berries or kibble and boom! (1/148)
Okay so you circle around the turtles and hit them.. after that you get mojo berries(Purple berries) since they work the best you feed them. Once you tamed them they make the best defence pets i had two of them and they are godly defenders. Please up this so the nubs can see and become one of the pros. Up this. SAVE THE NUBS!!!!!!
If you accidentally punch one of these I recommend running to the nearest rock and slowly walking away behind it. The carbonemys will loose interest and walk away. This is because it won’t see you, But if it doesn’t work run away but what ever you do… DON’T SWIM AWAY!!! Carbonemys are giant turtles and turtles swim. They have really high health stats (if your a noob) and swim fast. Unless you have a fast swim mount or fly mount you can swim or fly over the water to escape.
I hope this helped! (Please up this people can read ❤️ 🥺)
An easy way to tame this fat turtle it Slingshot it and run around in circles I reccomend shooting it in its head because it has BIG STRONG on its back (btw bring about 40 rocks for the slingshot) and when it is knocked out feed it berries and name it Sheldon
Guys these things are AMAZING starter tames. All you need is a club and some mejo berries, (purple) and you should be able to tame a low level. And they do well against compies, dilos, and with enough of them, rexes and spinos!