A tamed Pulmonoscorpius will be able to trap the Oviraptor by standing above it allowing you to easily knock it out. Use a bola to keep it in place, then use torpor-applying tools to knock it out. The stat-calculator does not work in the mobile-view, see here for alternatives: https://ark.gamepedia.com/File:Oviraptor_Startled_3.OGG, ARK: Survival of the Fittest - Saturday August 1st 12PM PST on www.twitch.tv/survivetheark + Introducing the Oviraptor, https://ark.gamepedia.com/Oviraptor?oldid=478694, Pages using DynamicPageList parser function, Italics denote creatures that have not yet been released! Oviraptor will autonomously do the dirty work of stealing eggs from other tribes or wild dinos on your behalf, without attracting unwanted attention. The Oviraptor is a small theropod that can often be spotted by survivors wandering across the island in search of its favorite food, eggs. Remember to check every few hours for newly produced eggs, which can be made into valuable kibble for taming. The radius of the speed boost for egg laying is slightly smaller than that of a feeding trough. An ovi boosted dino has a chance to produce an egg every 11 minutes. Rare Oviraptor does not boost egg laying. If you need it in a specific room, build a large stone gate or don't put the door in until the Oviraptor is inside. This page was last edited on 6 October 2020, at 05:56. The buff only reduces the cool down timer on breeding for the females. #1. Final note: Oviraptors do not react to Wyvern eggs, they will not steal them. anyone know how many tiles away an oviraptor boosts egg laying production? , The stat-calculator does not work in the mobile-view, see here for alternatives: Apps. Encumbering the oviraptor while it is wandering will still generate this effect, and is useful for effectively locking the oviraptor in place to prevent it from wandering out of the pen. 2) Ovi's do NOT increase the chance, just the timer. Anything that can slow or prevent its movement. It sports a crest on its head, presumably to attract mates, and a beak meant for cracking eggshells open to reach the nutritious contents within. Oviraptor philodator is a small-to-medium sized carnivore, common in the jungles and beaches of the Island. Question about the egg production bonus with oviraptors. Oviraptors collect eggs from unclaimed dinos, or did as of 2/4/2018. Every non ovi boosted dino has a chance to produce an egg every 17 minutes. Si… The Oviraptor will not collect tamed dino eggs, just increase the speed that they are produced. Similarly to the Titanoboa, the Oviraptor is tamed by feeding it eggs. The Oviraptor can also be used to steal eggs from wild or enemy creatures. The colored squares shown underneath each region's description are the colors that the Oviraptor will randomly spawn with to provide an overall range of its natural color scheme. All rights reserved. Oviraptor does not boost egg laying. It will run at the first sign of contact and is very fast, so cornering the animal or using a bola to immobilize it is mandatory. © Valve Corporation. The Oviraptor is not hostile or dangerous at all, but make sure not to run into more dangerous dinos while attempting to tame an Oviraptor. © Valve Corporation. ARK: Survival Evolved Wiki is a Fandom Gaming Community. The Oviraptor is easily killed by both ranged and melee attacks, the only problem being its speed and timidness. 3572 points Utility Dec 16, 2017 Report. Despite having 'raptor' in its name, the Oviraptor is not closely related to other raptors, and is more closely related to troodons. Español - Latinoamérica (Spanish - Latin America). Simply carry the Oviraptor to a previously scouted nest with a desired egg, having it set to "Follow" with the nearest follow settings can aid in positioning. Note that after the creature is tamed it gets bonuses on some stats depending on the taming effectiveness. More Oviraptor Utility Tips . Note that the values are for optimal cases, always bring extra supplies! To get the bonus effects there needs to be a male and female dino of the type you want eggs from. Being a very fast and very small target, the best way to tame an Oviraptor is to use a Bola to trap it before it flees. Beware of its health while you do this, as it may die in the process. En dépit d'être un carnivore, sa principale source de nourriture est l'oeufs, qu'il vole dans les nids. *TAKE THE EGG FROM THE OVIRAPTOR AFTER IT STEALS THE EGG*. Simply move it in to position, fill its inventory with heavy materials and then set it to wander. The Oviraptor will eat the first egg in its inventory unless there's a Giganotosaurus, Quetzal, Bronto, Spino, Rex, or Carno Egg. Hover your cursor over a color to display its name and ID. I feel like the Oviraptor should have a chance of dropping a random, unferilized egg. Not sure the exact range but it is easy to figure out. All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries. This section is intended to be an exact copy of what the survivor Helena Walker, the author of the dossiers, has written. Oviraptors can and will interact with Wyvern eggs of their own accord, but seem not to when ordered via "attack my target". Similarly to the Mesopithecus, the creature flees at a rather quick pace if one gets too close or if attacked. Even though the Oviraptor eats eggs for taming, all tamed Oviraptors and baby Oviraptors eat meat. Oviraptors are small, quick, and fragile. Fill up your ovis with stone or wood then set them to wander, when they are full they will not move and the breeding will be disabled. The buff only reduces the cool down timer on breeding for the females. Remember to be wary of the egg's weight and the fact that using this action may cause the egg's parents to become aggressive. Discoveries in the 1990s revealed that these eggs in fact belonged to Oviraptor, meaning it had died while brooding its eggs and not trying to steal them as was originally thought. Encumbering the oviraptor while it is wandering will still generate this effect, and is useful for effectively locking the oviraptor in place to prevent it from wandering out of the pen. 3) Ovi's do NOT work on scorpions. In an incredible feat of natural selection, Oviraptor seems to emit a chemical pheromone that affects many creatures as an aphrodisiac.