The deinonychus is a raptor-like carnivore best used in packs of at least 3. They do a bleed effect that can stack, so having multiple deinonychus will be no less than deadly to any enemies. You can’t actually tame a deinonychus in the wild due to their high intelligence and the strong bond they have with their pack. To acquire a deinonychus you must steal a fertile egg from one of their nests. It is best to distract the pack than to take it head on. The danger of this feat is being swarmed by a pack, so one should stay as far as possible from a actual wild deinonychus. If need be, to kill a deinonychus it is best to use a strong ranged weapon. You can use a sword or a powerful mount as well, but it is best to avoid hand-to-claw combat. Thank you for reading and I hope you have a nice day. ^ for more
Tame them by getting their eggs. Use a whip while you're grappled to a flyer. They need five fireplaces to hatch. It doesn't take that long for them to grow, but to hatch them it's thirty minutes. They can be found easily on the white cliffs along with their eggs. I don't care if you like this or not I just wanna give tips.
You can solo alpha dragon with 1 deino. Level only into health and bring wyvern milk for the fire breath. When he lands, run to his left foot and start biting. He won't be able to hit you and the deino is one of the only creatures who's bleed affects bosses. Credit to arindam gaming. Search up his video for more details
Setting: redwoods, large portion of enemy tribe coming through in a few seconds
Creature 1: deinonychus (ridden by human, clinging high up to redwood tree, preferably at least 10
Creature 2: thylacoleo (ridden by human, clinging high up to tree, ready for pounce, preferable at least 3)
Creature 3: griffin (ridden by human, flying high in the sky, human on back with RPG, at least two)
Procedure: when the enemy comes close, use the thylacoleos to pounce smaller creatures or humans, and use the deinonychuses to kill the larger ones. The griffins go into dive and, when close to ground, passenger fires rocket. Griffin does slam, then rises back into sky and repeats. You have the enemy down in a matter of minutes with few casualties, and you have struck a major blow against an enemy tribe.
my favourite tame in ark by FAR. a pack of these with level 200+ can destroy almost anything. the bleed damage they do is percent based meaning the more health something has, they higher the damage they will do with bleed. the mobility on these guys is crazy. they are very fast, and if you hold space bar (or whatever your jump button is) you can do a charged jump which will make you go higher and further. you can scale vertical or slanted surfaces with their climbing ability. they are also just adorable. fluffy raptors = the better raptor
It’s fast and can glide a little. It can attack itself to medium to large creatures and inflict bleed. It can also climb things it also can’t be normally tamed you have to steal its eggs. In conclusion it’s pretty epic
Deinonychus are very underrated for boss fights especially on low rate servers. If you use a yuty with them the bosses will target the yuty and not the deinos. This means they will not get hit much so don’t need crazy mutated health. Deinos can also form a wall and stop the boss getting to you. Since deinos also bleed bosses and do percentage damage to them you do not have to spend time mutating their damage very high to kill alpha bosses. I have beat the 3 alpha island bosses with an army of slightly mutated deinos before. You would struggle doing the same with slightly mutated rexs.
Once an alpha has been appointed by having 2 or more Deinonychus together, the Roar ability will be usable.
Using the Roar ability will cause the alpha to do a screeching roar which is imitated by the other Deinonychus, giving them 50% increased damage as well as reducing the damage they take to around 60% instead of the full amount of damage delivered.
So this thing is my favorite Dino no question. One there not that hard to tame all you need to do is find a nest and you now have an infinite supply of eggs (if you play on single player or even online but there will be some competition for them) it’s sad that there only on two maps but fjordur is at least a great map. So the one downside I found with these guys is that their climbing is kinda messed up or at least on controller so what I found is they jump wherever there head is facing so that’s what you want to look for when climbing as well there climbing is just generally messed up with the fact that they will sometimes just not jump onto wall you’ll jump but they just won’t grab the wall. Overall my favorite Dino