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- Ark Dinosaur ID List
- Creature IDs
- Ark dinosaurs: the best dinos to tame in Ark: Survival Evolved
- Top 10 Ark Survival Evolved Best Dinos (2019 Edition)
Creature IDsCreature IDs are used to spawn in-game creatures. If you frequently need to spawn in items or creatures, you might consider downloading a command tool. There are two ways to spawn in a creature. Using the Summon command you will get one having a random level. To get a specific level use SpawnDino. Using Summon the creature will spawn in you and then will glitch out of you. Use the following command to specify a distance. The stands for a distance of about one or two foundations further away in the direction you are looking. Look a bit up, not in the ground. If you don't use a noteworthy distance value the creature will spawn in you and then will glitch out of you - not the best recommendation for carnivores. Sign In. Jump to: navigationsearch. Item IDs. Creature IDs. Color IDs. Beacon IDs. Categories : Guides Technical Servers. Navigation menu Namespaces Page Discussion. Views View View source History. Wiki Skin Light skin Dark skin Switching skins. This page was last edited on 22 Marchat Game content and materials are trademarks and copyrights of their respective publisher and its licensors. All rights reserved. This site is a part of Fandom, Inc. Support Contact PRO. Alpha Carno. Alpha Leedsichthys. Alpha Megalodon. Alpha Mosasaur. Alpha Raptor. Alpha T-Rex.
Ark Dinosaur ID List
This page lists every creature currently revealed, some of which may not yet be found in game. For the pronunciation of the names see page Pronunciation. Sign In. Jump to: navigationsearch. Carryable By. Trapped By. Can Damage. Win for Science?!! Abberant Coelacanth. Aberrant Achatina. Aberrant Anglerfish. Aberrant Ankylosaurus. Aberrant Araneo. Aberrant Arthropluera. Aberrant Baryonyx. Aberrant Beelzebufo. Aberrant Carbonemys. Aberrant Carnotaurus. Aberrant Cnidaria. Aberrant Dimetrodon. Aberrant Dimorphodon. Aberrant Diplocaulus. Aberrant Diplodocus. Aberrant Dire Bear. Aberrant Dodo. Aberrant Doedicurus. Aberrant Dung Beetle. Aberrant Electrophorus.
Home Discussions Workshop Market Broadcasts. Change language. Install Steam. Store Page. Global Achievements. I have heard about it, but don't know much about it or how to actually enter any type of command. I have read that there are kangaroos in the area, but haven't found one I managed to grab a terror bird just as a gigantosaurus descended on them and wiped out the rest. I tried going on a killing spree, but then wouldn't that be a waste of time as the gigantosaurs at least 8 on Far Peak for me; possibly less on another nearby mountain as the gigantosaurus would just try to wipe out the new spawns? So my questions are: 1. Is it recommended to use the destroy wild dino command in this case? Would it possibly give less or none gigantosaurus in that one area? Are there any issues that may happen lag, etc. I would guess that it would be just emporary. How do I enter the command in? I never entered a command like this in the game before. Showing 1 - 15 of 23 comments. Grimmeshy View Profile View Posts. You'll likely have a minute or so of freeze-screen. Dude View Profile View Posts. Yes, but they would only be gone for a very short time. Depending on the dinocountmultiplier that many could spawn again eventually. There is a brief freezing of the game, in my SP usually about seconds in duration. It won't happen immediately usually within the first minute after entering the command, and once that brief freeze is done thats it. It will still take some time for everything to respawn back to normal numbers. Open the console with whatever key you have it set to I think default is Tab? Ah, thank you. I tried the command and it worked. No Gigantosaurus in Far Peak. Lot more terror birds and managed to grab a kangaroo. Originally posted by michael.
Ark dinosaurs: the best dinos to tame in Ark: Survival Evolved
This dossier section is intended to be an exact copy of what the survivor Helenathe author of the dossiers has written. There may be some discrepancies between this text and the in-game creatures. Like the Carnotaurus, Baryonyx aquafulguar is a large carnivore, but not large enough to rival the Island's apex predators. While not as powerful as some deep-sea predators or Spinosaurus, Baryonyx is an extremely fast swimmer who is still sufficiently nimble enough to threaten most creatures on the Island. And yet despite being a fast, dangerous dinosaur, Baryonyx almost exclusively consumes fish and other water-dwellers. The highly specific metabolism of Baryonyx seems to allow it to heal wounds almost preternaturally fast after feeding on nutritious fish meat. Baryonyx's natural affinity for aquatic predation means that once tamed; it learns to kill ocean-dwellers even more efficiently. Between its speed and its power, Baryonyx makes an ideal choice for anyone interested in frequently moving between water and land travel, and who values speed and agility over raw strength. It lives near bodies of water, due to the fact that it eats fish as its main diet. It is also a very good swimmer, sometimes needing to go out into the water to get its prey, however, it is also said that its long claws are for catching prey on land, not just in water. Despite what the dossier states, a Baryonyx will target any nearby players, mounts or wild creatures, regardless of whether they are on land or in water. While this creature is not the fastest swimming mount Slower than Megalodon during sprint, at base its ability to temporarily stun creatures Duration- 10 seconds with its spin attack can make the Baryonyx an adept aquatic mount or fighter. Note- the stun does not function on very small, dangerous creatures such as Cnidarianor very large, dangerous creatures such as Mosasaurs. Unless your target is medium-sized, the targets will only be damaged. Additionally, much like the Kaprosuchusthe Baryonyx will surface in a more diagonal trail rather than a directly vertical path, making it slightly more difficult to escape from Mosasaurs and Plesiosaurs. Baryonyx resembles a typical mid-sized carnivorous dinosaur except for its crocodile-like head with serrated teeth and having longer arms with large claws. These features are specially adapted to the animal's diet of fish and other water-dwellers. It looks somewhat like a hybrid of a Kaprosuchus and Spinoand is about the size of a Carnotaurus. This section displays the Baryonyx's natural colors and regions. For demonstration, the regions below are colored red over an albino Baryonyx. The colored squares shown underneath each region's description are the colors that the Baryonyx will randomly spawn with to provide an overall range of its natural color scheme. Hover your cursor over a color to display its name and ID. Type in values of a wild creature to see on which stats it's emphasized. Green values on a high-level creature are very good for breeding. If you have already tamed your creature you can try to recover the breeding-stats with an external tool. The stat-calculator does not work in the mobile-view, see here for alternatives: Apps. Note that after the creature is tamed it gets bonuses on some stats depending on the taming effectiveness. This makes it hard to retrieve the levels on a tamed creature, so this tool is only for wild onesbut gives a first impression, how well the stats are distributed. Taming a Baryonyx is similar to taming an individual Raptor. Simply Bola one and knock it out. For a level-dependent count of resources needed, try an external taming calculator. The Baryonyx is usually seen along shore lines. It is a highly aggressive predator, and will pursue its prey to death, unless its Torpor gets too high. Killing a Baryonyx on land is rather straightforward, being as frail of a creature as it is. Shooting it from a ledge or hitting it with a Sword will defeat it rather quickly. Attacking it with tamed creatures will finish it off with even less effort. This changes when in the water. Due to its ability to stun lock creatures when in the water it is highly advised to avoid combating it in its element. Kite the Baryonyx out of the water to finish it off with arrows, bullets, or your tamed creatures. On land a Baryonyx can be taken out with firearms, melee weapons, and with tamed creatures rather quickly.