they seem more prevalent in the darker brown areas of the redwoods. No I wasn't paying attention. Already explored 100% of Redwoods and didn't find any Thlacoleo in ground or tree, it's server bug or they just don't spawn in Valguero? Thylacoleo seems to always be aggressive. In ARK: Survival Evolved, the Thylacoleo eats Extraordinary Kibble, Titanoboa Kibble, Cooked Lamb Chop, Raw Mutton, Cooked Prime Meat, Cooked Meat, Raw Prime Meat, Raw Meat, Cooked Prime Fish Meat, Cooked Fish Meat, Raw Prime Fish Meat, and Raw Fish Meat. 11. Collected from 40,000+ Dododex users. These values may differ with what you see in-game or written elsewhere. Once on the ground, they are still rather fast and have relatively high torpor for their size. Use a Rex or another tank to soak up damage and then tranquilize it. These two sightings were fairly far apart from each other though. Ich hoffe ich biete dir Unterhaltung und du hattest Spaß beim zuschauen. The pounced target is unable to fight back, although the pounce itself may incur some fall damage. This information can be used to alter the Thylacoleo's regions by entering cheat SetTargetDinoColor in the cheat console. This page was last edited on 31 October 2020, at 18:35. Day 1, I saw a mateboosted pair at the large lake in the Redwoods just before red ob (35,65) but ever since I can't find a single one. Using a snow owls heat detection thing works really well. While mounted and attached to the wall, if the player rotates the camera down, the Thylacoleo will flip over and a targeting reticle will appear, indicating that the Thylacoleo is ready to pounce with the attack key (default Lmb, , ). We're wanting to move down to the Abberation zone and I feel as if a Thyla would be fun down there. Keep looking. Ric. Einige Geodaten dieser Seite werden von, Español – Latinoamérica (Lateinamerikanisches Spanisch), Português - Brasil (Brasil. It clambers up large trees and waits to ambush passing prey by pouncing upon them. If you spotted it from far away, you can use a range weapon to shoot it to force it to fall from its tree. For general infos about domesticating a wild creature see Taming. It does decent damage (30 damage for the pounce, 40 per maul in a 3-attack sequence), but since the target can not fight back this isn't a major factor. If it needs to escape from a fight, Thylacoleo uses its muscular hind legs to jump back to safety among the trees. It will knock you down if you are on a smaller flying mount including a pteranodon, argentavis, pelagornis or tapejara. Using a snow owls heat detection thing works really well. Note: This is ONLY to be used to report spam, advertising, and problematic (harassment, fighting, or rude) posts. However it can only move up and down trees, cliffs or any other climbable surface. What does a Thylacoleo eat? Also known as the "marsupial lion", Thylacoleo is a powerful pouched predator native to the island's towering redwood forests, pursuing a semi-arboreal lifestyle as it clambers and leaps between the trees. Its aggro range seems to be similar to the Therizinosaurus. Picture, New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, Welcome to the Ark: Survival Evolved Subreddit, Press J to jump to the feed. If the confrontation is inevitable, bait it out the tree and then kill it. Ark Thylacoleo Guide (How to Tame, Drops, Food, Location…) February 3, 2020 October 21, 2020 Michael James 0 Comments ARK: Survival Evolved Guides The Thylacoleo Furtimorsus is a carnivore that appeared around the early to late Pleistocene epoch and has an aggressive temperament. Its leaping attack is not a certain hit, meaning that your flying mount can evade it by adjusting the direction it flies before it actually hits you. So they are going to be dispersed. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. This section is intended to be an exact copy of what the survivor Helena Walker, the author of the dossiers, has written. In fact, many news publications and some scientists have compared these extinct creatures to the Mythical 'drop bears'. < > Showing 1-2 of 2 comments . So their density seems smaller even if the spawn weight is the same because the area increased. PC tip: DO NOT use your Argy to knock them off trees from above. Ideally, use a Griffin, which allows you to use weapons while mounted and flying. I repeat DO NOT do this. These things don't exist on mobile so don't waste your time looking for them. Do not approach a Thylacoleo that is perched in a tree. Upon entering aggro range, the Thylacoleo will leap from above, pinning any prey beneath its weight, even knocking players off of any mount. For full Thylacoleo taming details, get the taming calculator app. If you have already tamed your creature you can try to recover the breeding-stats with an external tool. All rights reserved. I do thyla on the island with my wyvern but I lure into a trap, I was having issues finding them as well. The Thylacoleo is a large, powerful mount that can climb up trees and pounce on its enemies. Baby Thylacoleo reacts differently when they are, In real life, Thylacoleos are considerably smaller yet were still dangerous arboreal predators that jumped on their prey from tree branches. Hey, don’t you guys think there should be a thyla tek saddle? Don't let it pin you into a corner as the high damage output can quickly destroy your armor and kill you. Hover your cursor over a color to display its name and ID.   Untameable Green values on a high-level creature are very good for breeding. With this you can pounce on an enemy and pin it much like the wild ones do. Italics denote creatures that have not yet been released! Game content and materials are trademarks and copyrights of their respective publisher and its licensors. Have been flying around the redwoods for quiet a while now and not a single one :/ kind of makes flying there boring too, safe redwoods?! Leaving your Thylacoleo on a wall and on aggressive will make it pounce anything that comes by thus executing its maul attack. (Note: Players have successfully survived being pulled off of their flying mounts from trees by using a Parachute and a shotgun. For instance, cheat SetTargetDinoColor 0 6 would color the Thylacoleo's "body" magenta. from my experience they seem to be quite rare to spawn...mostly because of the residents taking up the slots, It's really glitched. Confirmed sighting around 74,30 thanks for the tip. In Scorched Earth the Thylacoleo spawns at the edges of the dunes and on low lying cliffs.