These guys are absolute beasts, tame one as soon as u can, these guys are very versatile and can be used for scouting, travelling and killing any pest that might ruin ur day (that pest also includes lvl 90 Rex literally) my megaloceros killed one without even losing 25% health on a primitive saddle, these guys are the safest ground travellers that u could use, 👆 this is helpful
My fastest mount. Best for taming because you can shoot tranqs from the back of it while keeping your distance. Then when the animal your taming decides it's time to turn tail and run you can chase it down and shoot tranqs at it. I love the moose! Females are fastest.
They are very good combat and transport mounts. The males can attack, which allows them to gather thatch very efficiently. The females have no attack, but are a little faster, as there are no horns to weigh them down. There's also something satisfying about riding a moose. WHEEEEEEEEEE
They should get a kick attack. Especially since the females cant do any attack. Anyone that have seen a mum deer or moose with babys know they can do a hell of a damage even though they got no antlers.
The females are pure speed. They can't attack, however they can jump really far. I've had a few die that way. The males however, they sent as fast, still have the super jump. But they are the best thing to ever use for thatch gathering. Its worth it to get this as soon as you can.
If you are planning on breeding these, here are some tips; 1. Unlike most mammals in ark, during gestation time, these DO GET A PREGNANT BELLY! most creatures (phiomias, chalicos, icthys etc) just look the same. I think equus have the same thing, but im not sure.
2. if you are planning on doing a breeding program with these, keep in mind to only have ONE breeding male! if they have a male baby, just kill it, unless you are trying to get a strong male, then keep males and females, so you don't have to wait the cooldown. 3. Make sure to get the baby food as soon as you claim it! If you don't, it will just die. 4. make sure to claim the baby when it is born, unless you don't want it. When i first started breeding, I forgot this alot.