Me and my friend spotted a level 90 tek quetzal near the redwoods and the swamp. He picked me up with an Argy and I shot it with tranqs. Of course, it got knocked out right over the river. We were so mad. We took a look in its inventory and saw that it wasn’t losing oxygen. I guess the game glitched or something, because it was submerged and it still didn’t die. We were able to tame it. Perhaps tek creatures don’t lose oxygen because they can’t breathe? Idk.
For all those saying how they wish a quetzal should be as first as other flyers, as much as I agree with you, you wouldn't be in the position to shoot a quetzal down if you had to chase it across half of the map just to catch up and shoot one tranq arrow
(If you were one of the people involved in this mess-up, hi! It’s Leaf :D)
“I found a quetzal, it’s a pretty high level, too.” I said at the dinner table at my friend’s base, after we tried out our new ascendant pump shotguns and got drunk.
“Do you have an idea on how to tame it? I have no idea.” Bat, the owner of the base, asked.
“Oh, only a slight one.” I said mischievously, walking out of the reinforced door and looking at my Tapejara with a wide grin. “I’ll pilot it and you two can shoot?”
“Yes!” Bat hopped on and my Tapejara huffed.
“I’ll go on mine and bring my friend,” his tribemate said, getting on his own and taking off.
“Quetzal, here we come!” I exclaimed, flying to the redwoods’ river.
“Alright, the carrot lookin’ one?”
“Yup, level 190.” I said, motioning for Bat to shoot.
After a lot of shocking tranqs, it was down.
And then it fell into the river and drowned.
Don’t make this mistake.. -.-
1. Get quetzal.
2. Level speed and weight.
3. Platform saddle.
4. Metal roof, a door with a rope ladder (so you can role it up) at the back, metal roof and glass walls.
5. Place chairs on it
6. Name it after a passenger jet.
7. Start a air transport service.