A plated tail whips around back and forth on sone bushes, magically destroying the bushes, Davey seems to be riding Steggy, whilst Marion, on Que (the parasaur) trying to help by picking berries off bushes as well.
Marion had died a handful of times, knowing that he should be more careful and he can live practically infinitely, Davey had also experienced the “you die you learn” experience as well.
“Do you think we should be using agriculture? It seems nice for kibble and berries and plant species…” Marion asked while wandering off with his words. “Mayyyybe, but not right now” Davey responds mysteriously with his head turned back on Marion and still collecting bushes, both of them kept silent and continued their work
Both of them got otters, and they both had a lot of metal, both having longnecks and tranq darts. They were both level 70 (or the level to get tranq darts + 10) and were overly confident, spotting a rhynio or two in the swamp for leech blood and maybe a frog one time, (long time has passed of me not posting so they had some “offline work” you know?) they had rexes, one named Tamerank for Davey, and XDDCC for Marion, Davey still Is horribly confused for naming it like that.
Back at base
“So, what now?” Marion asks, Davey responds with “how about we become sone farmers, y’know?”
Yesterday, me and my level 18 trike, gladiator, were taking a stroll when we saw a level 10 sarco fighting a trike. I didn’t know the trike’s level. I went to help the trike, but when I hit the sarco once, it died. It was probably weakened from the fight, but still. I forgot the meaning of fear.
I’ve come across many of these feathery birds flying and/or walking minding their own business, they are fairly easy to tame and breed. To tame just simply knock it out using 3-5 tranqulizer darts, get some meat and put it in its inventory then sit down and relax. Just mind dire wolfs and Rex’s and other carnivores. And they are really easy to breed, just tame 2 of them, male, and female, put them both in a secure area and put them on wander then they’ll do their thing, and also it is really important to keep them to whatever temperature they need to be, simply use a campfire if they are cold and put them in water if they are too hot.