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  • RyderVoltage07

    New Server

    August 10, 2017 by RyderVoltage07

    Hello everyone,



    -Summer Side

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  • BigJGoat

    hi

    June 16, 2017 by BigJGoat

    the trex isnt actualy that big in real life. the head should be about the size of your character not twice as big. im not hating but i think it could be more realistic.

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  • DeadMonkey8984


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    Infomation about the animal: Achillobator is a genus dromaeosaurid theropod dinosaur that lived roughly 98 to 83 million years ago during the Late Cretaceous in what is now Mongolia, in Asia. It was among the largest dromaeosaurs; the holotype and only known individual of Achillobator is estimated at 5 to 6 m (16.4 to 19.7 ft) long. Achillobator was a moderately-built, ground-dwelling, bipedal carnivore. It would have been an active predator, hunting with the enlarged, sickle-shaped claw on the second toe.

    In Ark: Survival Evolved: TBA

    • Name: Achillobator
    • Species: Achillobator giganticus
    • Time: Late Cretaceous
    • Diet: Carnivore
    • Temperament: Extremely Aggressive
      • Wild: When it comes to theropod dinosaurs, none of them a…















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  • DeadMonkey8984

    This blog is about my personal ideas of ARK: Scorched Earth creatures.



    • Tarbosaurus: TBA

    • Dinopithecus: A giant prehistoric baboon (as big as a grown man) that lived during the Pliocene of South Africa. Males grew to 5 feet tall (1.52 m), but females were limited in size to 4 feet (1.22 m) tall. Very little is known about this animal. In Ark, these primates are like a larger sized Mesopithecus, but territorial and very dangerous to encounter in groups.
    • Wild Dog (Lycaon sekowei): A prehistoric canid species from southern Africa that lived during the Pliocene and Pleistocene epochs. Like Lycaon pictus (African wild dog), the other species in the genus that is alive today, Lycaon sekowei was a hypercarnivore; however, its front paws were not as sp…



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  • Aetherlord

    I think that the people at Wildcard should add like Carrier grip things that you could attach to the saddle and if you had enough grips and enough flyers, you could carry a dino that way, but different size dinos would need different amounts of grips. Thats all that I could think of, but if I think up more ideas, I'll be sure to add them. It would also be cool if they had Elephant birds which are GINORMOUS relatives of the ostrich who happen to be extinct.

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  • DeadMonkey8984

    This blog is about my personal ideas of ARK: Survival Evolved's dinosaurs and creatures.



    • Chilesaurus: A herbivorous theropod dinosaur that lived approximately 145 million years ago in the Late Jurassic period of Chile. Chilesaurus measures 3.2 metres (10.5 ft) from nose to tail. The holotype is a smaller individual of half that length. The most unusual feature of Chilesaurus consists in its spatula-shaped elongated teeth, obliquely pointing forwards. This dentition, unique in the Theropoda, is typical for a herbivore, indicating Chilesaurus was a plant-eater, unusual because its direct dinosaur relatives were meat-eaters. Another adaptation for eating plants is the backward-pointing pubic bone in the pelvis, making room for a large gut. Suc…


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  • DorianX42

    NEW ARK UPDATE!

    March 8, 2016 by DorianX42

    Who's Pumped for the new ARK update on Xbox one? Time to ride those Beavers! :)

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  • Lokorazor

    GAME PREVIEW

    December 16, 2015 by Lokorazor

    If I bought the game preview in the xbox store would I be able to play before the full release?

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  • Lokorazor

    CONSOLES

    October 14, 2015 by Lokorazor

    I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS GAME TO HIT CONSOLES, IT LOOKS AMAZING!!!!

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  • Proasek

    Day ?, intermission.

    August 9, 2015 by Proasek

    So, my first sample week came to a close, and a fun five days it was. I'll continue to write the blog as I play, and hopefully it'll be as good reading as it was playing.

    Thing is, I'm a clot.

    The first week was meant to be seven days, then I broke my laptop screen, so I'm out. As soon as it's repaired, I'll be back in game, writing blog's for you wonderful people.

    Until then, I'll just tell you my master plan.

    I'm probably going to start on multiplayer soon, once I've got used to it all, and I'm going to start my business. I've wanted to drive caravans of phiomia from one end of the map to the other since learning of their existence, and I'll be doing so. They're not hard to tame, apparently, and should serve to get myself a nice standing wit…

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  • TerminalVentures

    So I got to thinking, after reading some comments and lamenting about the incomplete character transfer information out there, about how everything seems to be dependent on the Obelisks and the ARK. The fact that not all the creatures on The Island existed during the same time period or conform to the scientific understanding of their real world physiology. Obviously for the sake of real life it's easy to just say well it is because the Dev's wanted it that way, or they realized too late and decided to keep everything that way. But I want to pose the hypothetical and maybe get some feedback on other opinions until we have solid canonical background on The Island, its inhabitants, and how we got there.

    Obviously the information we know unani…

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  • Proasek

    Day five, thants.

    August 2, 2015 by Proasek

    Okay, I've lost every object in my inventory, and among them my food. All of it.

    Grabbing some materials from my storage boxes, I set to work creating my basic toolset, a pick, a hatchet, and two spears. Time to go hunting. My best option was another phiomia, but those buggers move far too fast. I won't be able to sustain myself on dodo and dilo alone, so heading up the river spiney, I look for other food sources. I've twenty mejoberries to my name, along with about one hundred and fifty tinto to go with it. I could take some time to tame dodos, but I'd much prefer to hunt right now.

    A hill, OK, best be careful.

    A giant ant. Shit.

    Remember those massive ants from yesterday? Well surprisingly, they're still there. And attacking me. I stab wildl…

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  • Proasek

    Day four, take a death.

    August 1, 2015 by Proasek

    Right, panicked dodo sounds.

    I didn't log off last night, as I was repairing my thatch cottage (it takes a bit of damage here and there) when I noticed that my door kept taking damage. You have probably guessed by now, that it was an overeager dilophasaur, too keen on the free meal of Eric, then spotted me through the floor. Glitchy bastard attacked me where I couldn't hit him, and as soon as four o'clock rolled by, I was out the door with a spear.

    There is no more disappointing sight, than that of your feathered companion lying twixt mouth and floor, of a dinosaur you could do without. The dilo had killed Eric, and so I sent him to the grave. Free meal was free, and I set out up the river spiny to maybe fetch some grub.

    Giant ants are great …

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  • Proasek

    Day three, Eric.

    July 31, 2015 by Proasek

    I won't bore you with the details, but after logging on this good morning, I decided to go exploring. Hey, base was done (and are belong to us) so I had a place to return to if ever I got completely and horrendously screwed. I know what your thinking, utahraptors at dawn, but no. No raptors. None are all.

    I set off in the opposite direction to where I'd found those overzealous lizards, coming to a lush area, filled with berry bushes and trees aplenty, along with the token stegosaurs and trikes. Here's something I'd never done before; crossing a river. The more or less experienced player might mock me for my trepidation in crossing this watery pass, but you see, I had very little in the way of defence, limited primarily to two or three spear…

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  • Proasek

    I left off yesterday, huddled next to a triceratops, barely sustaining a fire, and today I started off the same. Because that's how save games work. I decided to start off with walls, as I was happy with the size of my base, and it's rather difficult to make floating ceilings.

    Hard but not impossible.

    So I'd already picked up every piece of driftwood and thatch (driftthatch?) That lay on the beach beside my makeshift home, and all surrounding trees and bushes with my axe and pick. I had to move further afield, which I wasn't too keen on, who knew what there was..

    I was sitting there, hitting trees like it was my job, and wondering why it wasn't raining (confusing as ever for a Brit), when a little bipedal lizard hobbled over to meet me. I tha…

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  • Proasek

    Day one, waking up.

    July 30, 2015 by Proasek

    So, there I was, like anyone who'd just bought the game, and booted it up for the fourth time (bad laptop is bad) I started out in Ark by punching a tree (a là Minecraft) and wondering what that weird implant in my arm was. I figured it probably didn't matter, and sure enough, five minutes later it had left my brain entirely.

    After a couple of exciting minutes gathering everything on sight, and admiring the river delta I found myself at, I saw a level up notification at the top of the screen. Weird, didn't figure there'd be a levelling system in a survival game, but it works I guess.

    It is, at this point that I should admit that I want going into this totally blind, so naturally I pumped my maximum weight and unlocked the recipes, or engrams…

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  • Pinkachu

    Hello!

    I am currently listed as an Admin on this wikia but since there are active users here, I wanted to personally let you know that this wikia is actually eligible for Adoption! As a member of the Wikia staff and a Community Developer, it is my postion to create communities for new and upcoming games in hopes that they will blossom and grow as this one has. A user recently contacted me regarding the removal of information and vandalism of the mainpage. Anything done can be undone and I have reverted the page back to a reasonable version and placed a temporary protection against unregistered users. I would encourage current editors to apply for Adoption of this wikia. If accepted, that user would be able to assign Rollbacks and Moderators…

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