I had a gigantopithecus I name him jimmy. He was a cute guy.
I was on a pvp server and then I put the ark birthday hat on him. I thought it made him even cuter. But then some person killed jimmy! (But I forgave them because they gave me a Rex and quetzal) 1like=1ripforjimmy
A while ago when I was lv45, I grabbed my crossbow, some berries and set out on camouflage, my pteranodon. I haven’t lved my pteranodons stamina for a while so he got tired fast and started landing down on a cliff right to the entrance to a redwood. I was feeding him and waiting till I could ride him again when out of nowhere was a whole NEST of titanboas!!!! 😱 they started attacking my pteranodon and I tried to fly away but he was too tired and wouldn’t fly so they killed him and came for me, I ran into the redwood and bumped into a giant, furry...man? The Titanboas were still coming so I went behind him and hoped the titanboas would kill him, but the giga roared and killed all the titanboas, I was so happy and relieved I tamed and named him Michigan Jackson 😄 up for Michigan, who saved my life! ✊
Jerry stared into the abyssal darkness of the lower regions, lost in thought. Henry and John were both long gone, likely lost in the woods, or a swampy area if they were unlucky. Jerry heard a creak and swiftly turned to see Jefferson. "What's been troubling you?" He questioned, taking a sip from a foggy glass. "Take a guess." Jerry replied.
"Let's check." Jerry said, picking up something beside his chair. He turned the item to Jefferson. "This is a transponder tracker. It'll show me exactly where they are." Jerry explained, careful to leave out the part where he planted transponder nodes on the others. He knew Jefferson's lack of understanding of modern technology would prevent him from suspecting anything. The transponder tracker displayed the distances of the two, which were almost identical. Nothing appeared to be wrong, but Jerry knew they weren't coming any closer. "They've been at this distance for a few hours. They're probably building something." Jerry stated.
"Or in trouble. Maybe we should check on them."
"No, we'll get ourselves killed. They're probably fine."
Suddenly one of the distances displayed disappeared, replaced with an error message. Jerry shook the tracker, but nothing changed. "Is that normal?"
Jerry ignored Jeffserson's concerns and continued trying to fix the tracker when the other distance disappeared abruptly. Jerry dropped the tracker, knowing what this could mean. Jefferson stood up and walked back inside, realizing what this meant. He grabbed his double barrel shotgun and walked back to Jerry. "I'm leaving, with or without you."
"I'll come with you. I know their general location...but don't get your hopes up, they're probably dead."
Jerry stood up, loading his revolver. "Get the food. I'm ready." He said, picking up his pike, and snagging a leather bag.
After about an hour of walking with no breaks, the two were exhausted, but didn't dare waste any time. Jerry had tried running, but Jefferson couldn't keep up, so he continued walking. Jerry stepped onto a moist rock, slipping and hitting the ground on his back. Jerry saw something red in the corner of his eye, and pointed to it. "You see that?" Jerry questioned as Jefferson helped him up.
They both started walking toward it. To his horror, Jerry realized what it was the half-eaten body of a woman.
"Ravagers?" Jefferson asked.
"I doubt ravagers would leave so much untouched. It was most likely a karkinos." Jerry grabbed a shining black pearl from the ground, which had likely belonged to the woman, and placed it in his bag. He was desensitized to situations like to after so many months on these arks, and eventually the two continued their journey.