I had a spino named Bubbles. He max level (150) and a BEAST. I think he had maybe 30,000 health. He was so loyal, and so brave. Until it all went down...
Me and Bubbles were out hunting for EXP for my otter, Nibbles. We found two mated rexes, and attacked. We easily killed them both, and Nibbles got plenty of experience. Once we returned to the base, my tribemate was going insane, screaming. I raced over, still mounted on Bubbles, and asked what was happening. “We’re being raided!” He shouted in a horrified fashion. I immediately turned and raced out on Bubbles. He fought to his last breath, his last attack being driving a giga away from out argy, Toriel (#PrayForToriel). Sadly, Bubbles didn’t make it. But that act of bravery and his fearsome fighting won us that battle. So now, comrades, remember to appreciate your tames. They may eventually die, defending you loyally.
I have a level 314 spino, her name was Waterspout. She was very dark blue. She helped me collect bio toxin, and meat and hide from other creatures. One day I went out with Waterspout in the open ocean to collect some resources when my game crashed. I quickly logged back in and fortunately I was still alive, but I didn’t find Waterspout. I didn’t find her dead body or anything that makes me sure she died. I drowned after a while for running out of stamina. So I respawned at my base, grabbed my ichthyosaurs and searched for hours, but no clue. I didn’t get any death notification either. I hope I find her soon :(
There was this level 20 spino creeping around my base so I went in with my crossbow to kill it and stop it from attacking my base I thought I was using stone arrows but turns out I was using tranq arrows and it got knocked out so I gave it a soothing balm to tame it faster and I only needed 3 fish meat with the soothing balm so it was a pretty easy tame. I decided to name him spiney boi. I heard of this place called herbivore island but never knew what it was and if it was dangerous or not so after making some research I found out where it is and decided to bring spiney boi with me. When we arrived we were immediately greeted by a titanosaur. I looked around to see what this place was and it was just a bunch of passive herbivores everywhere. This place was really fun. At the end I ended up taming my first anky. I wanted to tame a stego too but I didn’t have enough tranq arrows. I will probably come back someday with more arrows to tame a stego, but the island is so far from my base that i cannot go there really often. This trip was a pretty good break from all the agressive dinos and I had a really great time with my spino. I would really recommend checking out this island if you have the chance (it’s the small island all the way on the bottom right of the map)
I had a Spino once. His name was J.J. I loved him. But like always, good things always come to an end. We were out looking for giant turtles for their keratin when J.J. fell over the edge of a cliff. I was on my pteradon so I flew over the edge and J.J. was following me back to bace when he was killed my a therizinosaurus... I just sat there on my pteradon watching him be torn apart, unable to help... So now, my bace is called Fort J.J. in honor of him. I will always remember my most loyal friend.
The bellow came from outside thick, stone walls. Two guards grasped levers and shoved them down, causing the gate to come up. Three equus galloped in, making indents on the snowy ground.
On top of the lead equus was a huge, muscular woman. Her skin was as bright white as the snow beneath her, and as pale. She has a wide, broad face, scars slashing along her cheeks. Although her skin was old and ragged, her expression was hard as stone, revealing nothing about her personality. Her hair was light grey, indicating old age. In the back, two almost identical men sat expressionless.
They slowed to a halt. The riders dismounted, walking in their separate directions. The woman ran over to a small child, possibly seven or eight years. She looked like the woman, and was big for her age, with large emerald eyes and black hair. She wore fur clothing like the rest of the tribe. She looked masculine, with her short hair and tough muscles. The woman greeted her with a smile. "Belladonna! How was your day?" she asked, crouching down to look at her.
"It was GREAT!" Belladonna squeaked, jumping up and down. "I shot my bow and killed a dilophosaur all by myself and I skinned it and I took its crest and I put it on a table at home!" She beamed at the woman.
"That's good." The woman responded, standing up. With a more stern face, she turned her head to a black man standing nearby. "Retrieve Sol, Larkspur."
"Yes, Nightshade." Larkspur dipped his head respectfully and ran over to the equus Nightshade was riding, digging around carefully in its pouch. He grabbed something, and took it out. Trying not to harm the ball, he walked over to Nightshade and handed her the item.
Belladonna looked at the strange thing. It was HUGE, about three-quarters the size of her. It was shaped like the dodo eggs Nightshade would cook for her, but much larger. It was a vibrant shade of red, and had a tough layer of scales on its shell.
Nightshade grasped the egg, obviously it was very heavy if even she had trouble holding it. She bent down to Belladonna, showing her the object.
"This is for you. Belladonna. A spinosaurus egg," Nightshade said, "we saw the way you looked at spinosaurs; wether it be drawings or actual ones. This egg's name is Sol. Sol will be your primary tame, you will raise it with care. But be careful, spinosaurs are dangerous creatures that require a lot of care and responsibility. You will struggle, but trust me, the reward will be worth it."
I wake up to the sound of a smashing building outside of my apartment.
Now, mind you, a lot of creatures have the ability to do this. But one, these buildings are completely smash-proof (trust me) and two, all creatures heavier than one ton by law are kept in cages, cryopods or on dino leashes unless being ridden. And the city of Sanctuary is VERY good at enforcing laws(again, trust me).
I groaned, not wanting to wake up. But I knew I had to work, and also, I did not want to be crushed under thousands of pounds of metal and tek. I climb out of my tek sleeping pod and walk over to the window, rubbing my eyes. The office building downtown was being demolished. You'd think they'd notify nearby people about CONTROLLED DESTRUCTIONS of LARGE AND HEAVY AND DANGEROUS FALLING BUILDINGS outside.
Lately they've been replacing tek buildings with this new glowy purple stuff. I don't like it.
I yawn angrily and wash up. I get dressed in my work uniform and snap on my cryopod belt, latching on my tames. I keep on marked "C" in my hand.
I look at the time. 6:42. I have to be at work by 7. I walk through my tek door onto the landing platform and toss my cryopod carelessly.
A male zombie fire wyvern appeared. He had a light azure body and an even lighter azure underbelly. His wings and finned spines were midnight blue and his long, windy tail was finned at the edges. Sparks shot from his nostrils.
Why sparks, you may ask? Well, my boy here Cyclone used to be a lightning wyvern, back when we lived on Scorched Earth. But alas, he died, and I trapped his essence. I went to the seasonal wyvern resurrection shop, but the only type of wyvern body they had was fire. So now I have a blue lightning-breathing zombie fire wyvern. A mouthful, I know.
I climbed up his wing and threw my legs around his shoulders. Cyclone understood, we've been doing this routine at the same time for years. He spread his wings and flew into the crowded traffic above. We flew north and landed outside of a building labeled "The Smoothie Place".
What, did you think I worked in some epic dino training facility? This is 2307, not the 2280's. Nothing is fun or nice since government has taken over. We just need something to end this misery. But for now, it's fine, as long as I had Cyclone with me.
I put Cyclone back in his cryopod and checked in.
"Good luck in there," my good friend Wilias mumbled to me, stumbling out of the store. He looked exhausted. I felt bad for him, but mostly wondered if I would be like that by the time my shift is over.
I looked at the large mirrors lining the walls, seeing myself in my reflection. I saw a 24-year-old woman, who looked ragged as always. My tan, dirty skin wrapped around my bones. I was very skinny, like my body couldn't produce enough muscle. About 7 foot 2 inches tall, I guessed. I never really checked, I mean, why bother? My hair was blond, going down to just below my shoulders. It was straight, always looking like it was dripping wet. I had a slight unibrow.
I walked over to the manager. "What station am I working today?" I questioned, since they didn't really have a schedule for that. Also, I was proud of the fact that I could work all stations.
"Fly-through." She responded, distracted.
"Aight.. any new, well, news?" I asked.
"New person named Belladonna. Has a mutated spinosaurus," she added, "now go to your station or you won't have one."
I didn't say anything to that, although I wanted to kick her. I went over to the window where people could order from their tames and put on the mic.
Hours later, at 14:00, I finally got out of work. I got Cyclone out and mounted him.
"How would you like to go to the Capital?" I asked him after I changed, knowing full well he wouldn't know what I was saying, although he still looked enthusiastic. We flew up to the top of the Capital building, which was basically an aerial park. Cyclone landed gracefully at the edge of the park. I dismounted him, my shoes sinking into the moist dirt. I walked up to the fence-line and gazed at the city. We were currently on the tallest building.
The domes ahead looked beautiful. I envied anyone who could go out of the city boundaries. I always had a dream of being an explorer, ever since I was a kid. I always wanted to see wild tames and roll in the snow of the Arctic Dome or walk in the sand of the Desert dome, or splash in the rivers of the Forest Crater. But no; us humans have destroyed all wildlife. We have tamed and taken over the earth. Soon nature's going to take its revenge.
I felt an overwhelming sense of foreboding as I viewed the city. It wouldn't be a Sanctuary for much longer.
So one time me and my spino were walking along a cliff then a bug hit me my spino hit it and went right off the edge to my surprise a Thera was waiting for my spino to fall my poor spino was murdered my spinos name was donut I wolish I could have helped save donut.
The first time I ever played this I slowly leveled up and got some decent tames I eventually had roughly half of the dinos (the easier ones) and one of these comes along and slaughtered weeks of hard work.
One day, while exploring the vast greenland’s for the Lava Cave, I was pounced by a raptor. She was a beautiful purple color. I’d never tamed a raptor before. I was attempting to kill it when I accidentally knocked it out. I figured now that it’s out, I might as well try to tame her. And I did so very successfully.
Two game months later, I had tamed a male raptor. I bred them together and Had Triplets, Delta, Echo, and Larry. They all were beautiful. All males.
A Spinosaurus, the spinosaurus that we had been fending off from our territory for weeks now, wandered just feet away from our base. I prepared for battle. All My Raptors and my Trike were all facing the huge spino. I sent them to target. They all died in the process. Except for one raptor.. The female I had tamed in my first day.. Adira.
My name is mosasaurgaming968 i have a spino on a pve server in ark mobile, and the server name is friendly dino island, i have two Spinos in there I always using them as traveling, it was male and female. I breed them together and hatch the egg,
I always trust to the admin named lightraptor.
Then I gived away my female spinlo to him.
And i have many tames. One day i was supposed to tame quetz with my argy and i was offline i log back again. The other admin kills them all, and tribemate bullrider trade them for no reason.
I was flying on my pteranodon then it was nearly out of Stam, so I was about to land it but there was a therizo there, I went to other side of that lake, spino there, went down the lake, landed there. I got off of it, turned around and the spino was back. The spino killed my pteranodon, whose name was Tom. I ran for my life before it could notice me. I barely escaped. Tom saved my life, he will always be honered. 😢😢😢😢😢
Somebody once said Bubbles' story was fake... Bubbles died defending his tribe! Bubbles didn't do anything! Anyways, I can tell when stories are fake, and Bubbles' wasn't. Bubbles is in ark heaven, forever defending his fellow deceased dinos. One like=One prayer for Bubbles. #R.I.P Bubbles!
They went outside and had a look around. They saw the giant bear and it was running for them. A gigantic spindle with wings grabbed it and cooked it with wyvern breath. They looked around in the spaceship for anything to deal with it. In one of the rooms there was a drawing of the spaceship and the spino. The spino was called dread and the spaceship was called destroyer. It said destroyer vs dread. The bad thing was we all know who won. Then outside there was banging on the door. Emerald opened it and a army of skeletons ran in.emerald and Emily fought them off. The hyaena don squad was resting in one of the rooms. they kept the skeletons at bay. And finished them off. Then a big one the size of a Rex got in. They hit it multiple times. The bones were practically a big hyaenodon tracker. Hyaenodon s came and bit the skeleton. emerald cut its head off with a tek sword. The hyaenodons all rest in rooms while she ponders.