Dunkleosteus (meaning “Dunkle’s Bone”) in real life had the fastest bite of ANY animal in history, able open AND close its mouth in 1/50 OF A SECOND!! This causes water to be pulled in so quickly, it’s mouth then acted as a split-second vacuum, instantly pulling its prey into its mouth.
Oh, and it ate sharks during its time (late Devonian Period) since sharks weren’t as apex or as developed (looking more like eels, ie. the Cladasolache).
Very easy to tame if you know what your doing. First tame an Ichthyosaur. Then grab a crossbow and some tranq arrows and find one and knock it out. It is not be able to attack if you are on the Ichthy. As you are taming it, be sure to remain on the Ichthy unless feeding narcs, so other creature don’t hurt you.
Probably the most underrated Dino in the game! They can actually harvest a massive amount of metal, crystal, stone, flint, and obsidian. In Ragnorok there is a ravine by the volcano in the highlands underwater, One run in this ravine will give u 10,000 metal ingots and well over 10,000 obsidian from the same dark gray rock.
Bring more tranq arrows then you think! Mine took 100 at close range, on the body, at LEVEL 3.
I took cooked prime meat (stays better longer) and got mine in only four feedings. On an icthy they don’t chase (mobile player here) happy taming- Survivor Belle
Great tame for the ocean biome in Genesis. There is a of of metal and stone nodes all over for it to harvest, and in select spots there is abundant crystal for it to get as well. There are also mushrooms for fungal wood and thatch (look like brown coral).
Beware eels and cnidria, as these guys arenbulnerable to both, and has shit speed to outrun them. Good to bring an escort, like a basilo.
It has poor weight, so make sure to pump it. Though 2000 might seem like a lot, the dunkleo does not reduce the weight of any resource. Spare levels after weight can go into other stats, like melee, speed and stam.
As a final note the dunkleo is great for taming tusos. As they have natural armour they take less dmg from the grab, and it has good base health for it.
Alright so if you know where the green pillar is go to the right side right into the water keep going deeper until you find a lot of rocks (there’s a lot of rocks there so if you can’t find rocks there meaning you’re in the wrong spot or something) it’s a little hard to search that spot because of the rock but there are a lot of didn’t things like eels and dunkleosteus and those water things that you can build a base well I found some anyway be on a ichthy
Just tamed a 140 X Dunky. Yeahhh, really recommend that you build a trap for these peeps, spent 40+ mins trying to knock out this bad boy with a decent crossbow all while dodging tussos ect. Good times, stressful but good.