His name was Morrina, Morri for short, he was a albino Griffin and he took 300 bio toxins, 400 narcotics, and 300 prime meat......................5 mother trucker hours 😫😩😫😩 is was allll worth it though.....now I need to find him a Girlfriend
When seeing these animals, make sure it respects you right before you knock it out and feed it food. if it doesn’t respect you, you can’t tame it. A tip to taming these things is to build 4-5 stone dino gates. Then, put it in a line formation with some space in between so that you can still shoot it, but it can’t escape. Then put two stone doors at the end so that there’s no way of escaping unless you open it. Once you have the trap, find a griff that you want, agro it with a mount, lead it into the trap, and close both doors. Once it’s trapped, you want to shoot darts until it knocks out. then just feed it kibble bc it takes a while to tame, and use x15 soothing balm. hope this helps!
I just found out a trick to not wait for too long
First u trap the Griffin then hit it to lower it's hp upto half then sleep in front of it in hide sleeping bag for 4 hour then knock him unconscious u will see it has 0 food so all the kibble or food u give him he will eat it instantly
This way u can save a lot of narcotics and can tame even high level very quickly
After you knockout the griffin and place food in its inventory, DO NOT LET IT DISAPPEAR OUT OF RENDER DISTANCE!!!
I found a lvl 25 male today (my max lvl is 30), trapped him, changed my name using the ticket to match his surname, knocked him out and tamed him with kibble...your standard taming experience, right? Well I realized I didn’t bring enough narcotics, went back to base to get some more and when i returned to the place the griffin was, it vanished. Through photo mode I later found out that the griffin fell through the world and died....RIP. This experience ruined my whole day.
Never try to trade them. My friend in a different tribe unclaimed it so I could try to fly it. The Griffin started murdering our tames and wasn’t able to be claimed. We had to kill it, wasting his tame. I feel pretty bad, but we didn’t know. Never try to trade them!!!! Don’t make our mistake!