Mosasaurus – official dry itchy patches on skin spreading ark survival evolved wiki

Until recently, I believed the megalodon to be the greatest of the dry itchy patches on skin spreading ocean predators. Then I discovered mosasaurus suspirita in the deeps. Not quite as fast, but much larger and stronger, the mosasaurus rules the darkest waters of the island. Growing up to 50 feet long, mosasaurus is larger than almost every other aquatic creature I’ve encountered thus far.

The mosasaurus is found deep in the ocean and can dry itchy patches on skin spreading be quite far from the shore. It often resides towards the edge of the map boundary, and can be surprisingly elusive. It behaves similar to the plesiosaur. Mosasaurus has a fairly average aggro radius, and will pursue the player a fair distance horizontally. However, it will not follow the player into shallow water, much like the plesiosaur. It also is not necessarily found near cave entrances like dry itchy patches on skin spreading a plesiosaur.

An enormous marine lizard, mosasaurus is one of the largest creatures found in the dry itchy patches on skin spreading waters surrounding the island. It has four flippers to propel its massive body through dry itchy patches on skin spreading the seas. A small, finned ridge runs down the length of its back before dry itchy patches on skin spreading developing into a paddle-like tail. The solitary and territorial mosasaur is fairly slow-moving, but with its size, it can cover more ground than one might expect, making them adept ambush predators that strike from below to dry itchy patches on skin spreading inflict crippling wounds.

One strategy would be using a plesiosaur to find one dry itchy patches on skin spreading and lure it into a water cave and shoot arrows/darts at it there. They also seem to follow a similar AI as that dry itchy patches on skin spreading of the plesiosaur and be tamed in a similar way. They don’t seem to want to go too high above a dry itchy patches on skin spreading certain depth and dive back once they reach it, allowing a person to hit them with arrows to aggro, swim up, and then break aggro. Repeat and it should be knocked out. Remember that the bow/slingshot cannot be used under water so a crossbow is dry itchy patches on skin spreading required. With decent movement speed (120%-130%) and flippers, it is possible to kite a mosasaurus, because of its large turning radius.

Taming a mosasaur requires the second largest amount of food dry itchy patches on skin spreading of any carnivore creature in the game, much more than a quetzal, and more than double the amount of any other apex dry itchy patches on skin spreading predator, including the giganotosaurus. However, like some other end-game creatures, they can starve all the way down their taming process, giving enough time to gather the meat needed in the dry itchy patches on skin spreading moment. As with other starve-taming, be sure to wait until the torpor level drops and dry itchy patches on skin spreading feed narcotics or narcoberries in bulk to keep the torpor dry itchy patches on skin spreading level rising till the max before starting to fall again. Their consumption speed also assures that no meat will be dry itchy patches on skin spreading wasted, as long as the newest meats keep being added to dry itchy patches on skin spreading the last slots.

It can also be grabbed using a tusoteuthis, and the torpor from the grab will eventually knock it dry itchy patches on skin spreading out. This will, however, take a very long time. The process can be made faster by shooting it with dry itchy patches on skin spreading a tranquilizer arrows from a crossbow, or dragging it close enough to the shore where it dry itchy patches on skin spreading can be shot with more powerful tranquilizers. Be careful not to drag it too close to the dry itchy patches on skin spreading shore or out of the water however, or it will die.

The mosasaurus has the second highest health and damage stat dry itchy patches on skin spreading of any aquatic creature. If you encounter one unprepared it is recommended to stay dry itchy patches on skin spreading away or swim closer to the surface. If a confrontation is desired or inevitable, make sure that you can focus solely on the mosasaurus. These creatures live in the deepest parts of the ocean, so it is very common for other creatures to confront dry itchy patches on skin spreading the player at the same time. Ichthys can sometimes mob the player without a trace of dry itchy patches on skin spreading their location, but they are not nearly as aggressive as megalodons, which sniff out the player from far away and home dry itchy patches on skin spreading in when blood is spilled. Anglers and mantas patrol the waters, adding more problems to the unprepared player. If the battle is taking place next to a sea dry itchy patches on skin spreading cave, the player will almost certainly be dealing with two to dry itchy patches on skin spreading three plesiosaurs. As always, multiple mosasaurs can also cause a problem.

The mosasaurus is very tanky, and it will take a lot of damage while also dry itchy patches on skin spreading dealing a lot in return. If you have a very strong megalodon or plesiosaur, you will not have too much trouble taking it down. If you don’t have a strong creature, you can lure it to an underwater cave and shoot dry itchy patches on skin spreading it with a crossbow, as it cannot fit inside. Be sure the plesiosaurs nearby don’t get the better of you!

Again, it does possess the highest health of any aquatic creature dry itchy patches on skin spreading and has 100 base damage, only surpassed by the alpha T-rex and giganotosaurus. A mosasaurus can kill a player within seconds if it dry itchy patches on skin spreading manages to catch you off guard. Do not get too distracted with deep sea loot crates, or taming creatures. Other animals like the mosasaur can ruin such indulgences.

• bio toxin gatherer: unlike most aquatic creatures, tamed mosasaurs do not attract cnidaria. Additionally, due to how group aggro mechanics work, other cnidaria won’t turn against your mosasaurus if they are killed in dry itchy patches on skin spreading a single attack. This makes the mosasaurus an ideal creature for safely wiping dry itchy patches on skin spreading out swarms of jellies and for gathering their bio toxin, as long as the damage dealt is high enough to dry itchy patches on skin spreading kill them in one hit. (level up melee damage)

• despite what the dossier says, a tamed mosasaurus is anything but slow, and under no circumstances slower than megalodons. In fact, ichthyosauruses or mantas with high movement speed stats are much dry itchy patches on skin spreading faster, but by the level a player can afford to tame dry itchy patches on skin spreading a mosasaur with relative safety (60+), oxygen is probably not a concern. Not to mention that the first saddle only unlocks at dry itchy patches on skin spreading level 75, same as the scuba gear set (which excluding the leggings is extremely cheap). This, combined with high combat capabilities, make the mosas and fellow plesios ideal for deep sea dry itchy patches on skin spreading exploration. Instead, ichthies and mantas are best used to farm silica pearls dry itchy patches on skin spreading and deep sea loot crates. Megalodons, however, have a faster turning speed and are found in abundance dry itchy patches on skin spreading across the seas of ARK, making them the "water alternative" to direwolves.

• in the dossier it mentions tylosaurus, another genus of mosasaur. It’s possible this could mean that tylosaurus will be added dry itchy patches on skin spreading to the game as a smaller, faster alternative to the mosasaurus. However,the way tylosaurus is used in the sentence suggests that dry itchy patches on skin spreading the author might simply be mistakenly using the names mosasaurus dry itchy patches on skin spreading and tylosaurus interchangeably.

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