ARK: Survival Evolved Companion
What is a moschops used for? moschops battling strategies in ARK: Survival Evolved.
This guy is my favorite dino to start. It can farm LOTS of fiber, chitin, berries, rare mushrooms, rare flowers, polymer, etc. And it has a considerably good melee and health. But people don't see its value just because its a big coward iguana... Lmao. But for real, they're really one of the best dinos to get at the beginning, if not the best. Give this an up to let people know.
Moschops cannot be ridden on mobile. However, this doesn’t make it useless since it can still harvest loads of stuff. Whistle it to follow you, lead it to the thing you want harvested and then whistle it to stop. Then it’ll harvest whatever is in front of it.
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Moschops is literally one of the best chitin and polymer farmers, if not the best. Kill trilobites with it and you'll see how much chitin it gets (and a bit of oil and pearls too). I spent the last hour killing trilobites with Potato (my Moschops) and got two chests full of chitin. Apparently people don't know this so give it an up to let everyone know.
if you put moschops on aggressive on mobile it harvests automatically, although it sees any animal as a threat and will run away so my recommended dino settings to have are following and targeting on low and aggression on aggressive and make sure wandering is on, if they start running, kill any dinos that are close or move away, also make sure they get left in a relatively bushy area.
In Mobile you can't ride them so what I do is when I start a new save I just tame one or two low levels then I take them to somewhere near where I want to build my base and set them on wonder and just leave them there(make sure its a safe place so nothing will kill it) and while you do your stuff they'll gather decent amount of fiber (for early game)and once awhile I check them and take everything.it really saves a lot of time since you don't have a sickle early game. I REALY hope you find this useful
Have great day ;)