I usually build a simple fence foundation and railing pen to use for passive tames. Then I’ll just take an Argy or a Dino able to carry them and drop them into the pen. That way they cant run half way across the map. Up if this helps you (:
When you try to tame these guys, go up to the back and bring at least 2 stacks of mejoberries. Also if you see one near an allo just get away from it, it has a 0% chance of living. Hope this helped and thanks for having the time to read my tip
This stinking thing!!! So annoying!!! I was taming it on a cliff and I was a bit slow and it knocked me off. RIGHT INTO A SWAMP. I swear, while everything was eating me, sarcophagus, titanoboa and mega parana, I saw it laughing at me.
These guys don’t need a saddle for you to ride them! Basically the only reason why you should get the saddle is cuz the saddle has a mortar and pestle in it. So for you low-levels, try to tame one of these as soon as you can. All you need is a few rockcarrots or berries(might take a while using berries) and you have an incredibly useful tame that runs fast and is able to carry a decent weight (somewhere around 350-450 kg).
These guys are easy to tame low level but a 150! The tame percentage drops as the horse runs do good luck ever taming a high level one. Unless! You knock it out build a box around it wait for it to wake up and the tame to your hearts content.
Make a trap were ever you want it should be a 2×2 trap so it would not move grab it by using argy or bola it and build the trap surrounding it and now just feed it dont get on it feed it like pacife tame it will increas faster and if you are on mobile just do tame equus porsuit and you get high rank better than wasting engram point
Bola it, make a 1x1 square around it with fence foundations and then place doorframes around the horse. Walk up, feed a carrot, and tame without having to run straight into the mouth of an Allosaur. You’re welcome. :)
I had my turtle and moschops following me and they got it stuck on a rock between them holding it hostage while I tamed it, overall it didn’t run into anything dangerous cuz it couldn’t move. Then I named it Pony and it was eaten 10minutes later by a 145 carno. Rip
(mobile) Taming effective rate varies incredibly even on one single equus...I resurrected a lv150 wild eerie equus and reloaded the save 5 times. All attempts were done with 10x soothing balm and 3 dilo kibbles. It took two kibble on three tries, three kibble on one try, and the last attempt left me with zero kibbles and around 60% taming bar. I don't know why it's so different, I mean it's the same equus! Well, anyway, best save your game before trying to tame one of them, if you aren't doing so already.
These things are SUPER easy to tame and here’s how.
1. Get 10 rock carrots and put them in the last slot of your hotbar
2. Crouch and approach slowly only move closer while it’s looking away.
3. When next to it DONT MOVE and feed it the rock carrot
(May take several carrots on a higher level but normally only 1-2)
Also it will run away after you feed it if it takes more than one carrot. But don’t immediately chase it try to wait and see where it goes. Then repeat instructions 1-3. You can also use a ghillie suit if you have one. Go check out my other tips on the yuty and carno. Hope this helped! -a really cool person
Whoever said mobiles pursuit was a fraud. It pretty much is, on mobile I think the taming is bugged because the first rockaroot gives about 25 taming, BUT THE NEXT ONES ONLY FILL 5-7% taming. The pursuit claims you need 5, but I ended up using around 30. I would highly recommend taming a trike to harvest a booty load of rockaroots in the jungle, that's what I did. Also don't learn the saddle engram if you do the pursuit because the quest rewards you with a journeyman saddle. Thank you and I hope this was helpful, also thank you to whoever said equus taming was bugged as a warning it really helped