Tame one male and one female for boost, park turtle near base put turtle to passive. Get on turtle and whistle follow all... Then manually set both chalks to aggressive and high range they will keep your base safe and always come back to turtle when target gets rekt. Any dino will be slowed by the poppy thing.
Been taming these beasts since 2016! The secret is the ground level, be higher than your opponent and even an alpha Rex will have difficulty touching you! The knock-back power is REAL!! / Low health? No prob, the chali can sit to fast regenerate its health but only up to 50% but it’s more than enough to continue the battle! & cave creatures? Forget about it, you’ll be slapping them silly while they hopelessly try to touch you! Or crush them all with the Boulder launch! This will always be my main tame!! Stay thirsty my friends. 🍺
The Chalicotherium is a mammal commonly found in colder areas that many survivors find useful in battle. In the wild, Chalicotherium often playfully throw snowballs and mud rocks at each other, however, when tamed, they can be given boulders to throw at enemy structures.~Steel Cookie 123
Chalicotherium Obsidioequus is a strange, yet peaceful herbivore, preferring to spend it’s days in tropical climates.
Chalicotherium Obsidioequus is sloth-like, except with a head resembling a horse, wields wicked claws that it uses to grab food from its surrounding environment, yet can prove deadly in combat. It also has a zebra-pattern and appears pot-bellied, allowing it to consume loads of berries at once.
Much like the Gigantopithecus, Chalicotherium Obsidioequus is perfectly fine if wild animals approach, just not if they attack. However, the same cannot be said of survivors, who are attacked if too close. It will however, happily lap up food or beer from said survivors, so long as they keep a reasonable distance.
Chalicotherium Obsidioequus is a social animal, making it a great companion. It can be taught to use what Helena mentions as it’s “playtime habit” combatively, which can be helpful to master in dangerous situations.