Tamed one and then understood how useless they are. They even get stuck on the tiniest rocks and trees they can easily knock down.
I recommend trying to get it stuck so that you are underneath its legs and it shouldn’t move or knock you back it will just attack nothing
I didnt need to traink my diplo i just passive tamed it
From my experience, the male I tamed was aggressive...I just got near it and it hit/attack me, idk if female is the same...these are good when you first start cuz that are a passive tame, and when lvl.32 you can get a saddle
Did you guys know that this beautiful dino is the ONLY dino you can passive tame AND knock out tame? It's pretty cool :)
When there wild there pretty slow
But when there tamed....
When passively taking, keep in mind that there is a large gap of time between their first food item and second. Afterwards the food drain proceeds normally
Stand under legs for no knockback so u can tame but earrape
Welcome to my series, Tips for Mobile!
Today we will cover the passive taming method.
DISCLAIMER: I play on easier difficulty. All of my tips are based on what I have experienced. You may have a different experience.
- Mejoberries (just take as many as you can, also to feed you as you may be there awhile)
- A weapon to defend yourself and/or your soon-to-be tame.
- Go up to it and feed mejoberry.
- The first feed is the longest.
- Between feeds, it will hit you and knock you back, but in my case, I took no damage.
- Find something to keep behind you so you dont get yeeted into orbit
The first time you feed it it goes really slow but after that it’s like every 15 seconds(berries)