To tame a baboon thing you will first have to murder its friends and family including its children. Then you beat some sense into it until it is at less than 85% health then shove food in its mouth against its will and it will somehow start to love you.
You need to kill all but the alpha (since it would be the highest level). Upon doing so it will be passive towards you and your tame. You can hop off then feed it meat. Not sure what kibble it uses. An awesome tame comes out around 5k health and 3k stam in 150s from what I’ve seen and scales cliffs and structures extremely quickly. One of the most entertaining dinos I’ve used in a long while
You can only tame the alpha monkey, the one that has the glow. You will have to kill the entire pack EXCEPT the alpha. You'll want to get it below 85% of its health. When you have done that you passive tame it with its preferred food, like exceptional kibble. I'd guess it eats meat too. Hope it helps!
To all the people saying the dinopithecus sucks, or this isn’t a dinosaur blah blah blah..kick rocks. One this isn’t 2017, we have a whole Arsenal of dinos that aren’t dinos, too include dragons and space whales, even baby stealing platapus, so get dumped on. Two, the same old same old two legged reptiles and 4 legged mammals were getting old. People grew tired of using the same whole rexs for bosses and thaylas for caves. This is a breath of fresh air, and it’s a modest one at that. HP and Damage is on par with thyla/shadowmane, but with interesting twists such as helmets instead of saddle(more armor but degrades) and can throw poop and grenades. I tamed my first 145 yesterday and I’ve been completely happy with it in these early days of the new dlc!
To tame it you first need to kill the alpha's entire family and then beat it until you assert dominance and then just forcibly shove food into him until it gets Stockholm Syndrome and becomes your best friend
Nearly the same base stats as the Shadowmane but more melee.
When in a pack the bleed is applied after you do the battle cry and the mate and pack boost stack, you can imagine the damage. Melee scales very well. The poop slows and drains, making this a very good high damage hit and run animal. The only thing holding it back would be the lack of a saddle but that’s easily remedied with a helmet. If you’re going to using the throwables, throw poop first to slow and then a grenade for efficiency. Could be very good in pvp with a pack and the bleed could potentially shred through high armor targets.