lol. I have a stupid friend, so he bred up this pretty tanky bronto and I’m not gonna lie it was pretty good. Had 25k health and did about 600 per hit. And there was this wild giga that bothered us by being WAY too close to our base annd we were nowhere near ready to tame it. and he thought, “Hey! I can kill the giga with my bronto!” (Yes he is still kinda a noob and doesn’t really understand ark logic) so as I was just freakin cackling my ass off he goes to the giga and yes, he gets the giga a bit bloody but both him and his bronto die after like 4 mins. I still tease him about it to this day. One up = one prayer for my dumb friend XD ( if u read to the end get a cookie you deserve it :)
JUST TAMED MY FIRST ONE! THIS THING DROVE ME TO INSANITY! But I finally did it. Trap it and drag dead bodies over to it. Sacrificial tames work, a high lvl blood wyv filled up almost his whole bar. If he doesn’t eat drop the body and leave render distance then come back. Then the little taming icon will go green and you can mount it and start killing things to fill taming bar, this part was easy, plenty of time. But I was on 8x rates cause of the extra life event,
I once had a world with my friend where we tamed a carcharodontosaurus. It took many hours but we finally did it. I named him P A I N because...well he was a pain to tame. My friend tamed a giga and named him GIGACHAD. They were the ultra dynamic duo. After a while we were gonna do a new island world so my friend transfered all the cool dinos we owned. . . Except pain. R.I.P pain. He will be missed.
It was a long day. We had never seen one before, and it looked like the stepbrother of a giga(named kyle), so we tried to knock it out like a giga. Little did we know we were waiting “hours” for it to get back up. As you can tell, they are sort of a passive tame, and we found out you had to feed it corpses.
Many sleeping bags and raptor corpses later we got it’s trust meter up and started rampaging. Except one thing…We was in a ravine and there were no dinos around. The taming effectiveness was going down and we had no time.
“There’s no other choice, I have to sacrifice myself” we turned around to see our bronto with tears of love in his eyes. Offer himself up to the ole mighty carchar. It was a brutal sight to see, but out bronto’s sacrifice did not go out in vain!! For behold, You have tamed the CARCHARODONTOSAURUS!!!