I have a Parasaur who is a hero! When i was new i had a dodo pen, a Pterra and a Parasaur named Dolby.One day on the island i was getting resources on my raft with my trusty pterra by the swamps. It was by the swamps when them dam devil snakes slam my rafts deck. I fought with extremism , tho i won i felt woosy and passed out in the shallows where i met my fate. I woke in anger and cursed the stoopid island MY RESOURCES MY RAFT MY BIRD ALL GONE! Its a 2 day run back ill never survive! I opened my thatch door to see Dolby gaurding the dodo pen . I told him about my misfortune and something changed in Dolby that day. He had a fire in his eyes and belched out a cry that made the dodos dance a song of storms. He had a will to get back what was best for us, I told Dolby it suicide to go back!But he wouldnt fear anything . We rode, Dolby ran and ran past all who threatened us. We reached the raft. Everything intact. Dolby and i can still be seen making a morning run.Ill always remember Dolby
The parasuar has had its base damage buffed to 12, base weight buffed to 480, and it’s wild weight gain was raised to 9.6 per level. This makes parasaurs carry only slightly less weight than a mammoth. Parasaurs have had a huge buff. Like this so others can see
Parasaur is the best starting mount. With their decent weight capacity and alarm ability makes it great for any gathering journey, especially for those with realistic settings. Set its alarm to detect creatures and into turret mode. It is a traveling trip alarm pinpointing the dangerous creatures at a distance. You can also activate its ability while mounted. Upvote so people know about its alarm ability.
Super easy tame. Try to get one that's stuck on a tree or rock to keep it from running away. You have enough time to hand gather berries and narcoberries even if you have nothing when you knock it out.
Easy and cheap tame great pack animal since it's faster than keemstar and can carry a lot spec for health or/and weight no stress if it dies(which it shouldn't if you have it on passive follow and run away)