A level 28 giga spawned close to where I lived and I was really worried it would have destroyed all my games and everything I build. So like an idiot I took my quetzal, grappled it and drained 1000 bullets from my assault rifle into the giga only to take away half its health. But if you hurt it bad and it can’t reach you it will eventually run. Try to drive it out to sea and make sure it’s focused on you. It won’t realize that it’s health is being drained by megs and like that your house and tames are safe. PUT THIS UP SO EVERYBODY CAN SEE!!!
My tribe decided to hatch a giga egg to see if we could take care of a one.
Hatched triplets, I was a devoted mother and stayed up to make shaw they had enough food. I would give them stack of stack before I slept.
The server said we couldn’t do it, they said we where crazy. But tree everything we succeeded.
Later we hatched another, now we have 4 gigs. Around 5 rexs, 3 spinos, and one griff.
Threw plan and persistence comes power, and when you combine it all you can well...take it from there.
I was playing on a nice multiplayer survee with nice people, I got a bronto, mutated blue wolf, eerie tapejara, and an argie. I join a tribe with someone and we go to his base (on the back of fars peak and right across from carnivore island) and one day I spawn in, and see one of my arges died, I'm like oh. It must have starved. That's sad. Then I look at the logs and see "your dodo has been killed by a giganotosaurus!" I instantly start panicking and I type in the chat about it. Everyone is curious. Low and behold I see a giant giga tail right next to my flimsy base with spike walls. It agros on me, and I start RUNNING. My bronto attacks it and the behemoths fight. My bronto's death was not in vein though. I had enough time to save 5 out of 17 dinos. I'd say that's pretty good compared to nothing. I still have their graves to this day.