Annoying at first when you are low lvl, but after you tame one they become quite useful. My fave dino was Lord Of The Spit, a dilo. We went to the redwood forest. There we met a dire bear, me, knowing nothing about them, and it just wandering around peacefully eating berries, thought that it was friendly. What a mistake that was. R.I.P Lord Of The Spit. I WILL avenge him. All dire bears prepare. Once I complete my dilo army in honor of Spit, I will come for you and wipe you all out. And for the bear who killed Spit. I know how you look like, your level, your name, and where you are. Beware I am coming.
So I was on a parasaur hunt which my dilophosaurus poisie, and as soon as we saw one, she darted at it. We chased the parasaur for about two minutes before we came to a cliff. The parasaur jumped off. I new better then to follow it because even though it’s not a super long jump, the area at the bottom is wicked dangerous. Yet poisie followed. I didnt have enough time to tell her not to. So of course I had to follow her. We got to the bottom but the parasaur wasn’t to be found anywhere. I could see poisie however. She was swimming in front of me. We came to a small island in the middle of the river. We stoped to take a breath when all the sudden, out of the bushes comes a trio of dilos! I looked at poisie and commanded her to attack after a minute a dilo killed me. This brought me into great alarm because I had no idea which way to go to get her. Soon I got a notification saying that she killed a dilo. Even better, I got a notification saying that she had killed another one. She still had one more to get, but then I got a notification saying that she had been killed. ): Note: 1 UP = RIP for Poisie.
I would highly recommend this as a first time tame. I’d recommend crafting a club for it. When I was new I found one alone and waited until it attacked a dodo, then sneaked up on it and clubed it until it was knocked out. They also only need 3-5 raw meat to tame. My first ever tame was a level 56 dilophosaurus called Greg and he really helped me fend of compys and other dilos