Ark liopleurodon

When I noticed ark was including the Liopleurodon, I bought actually excited and joyful.
Liopleurodon was a terryifying aquatic killer that would not hesitate to eat your a*s. I hoped and thought it could be just like the Megalodon or Manta, roaming round near shore, ready for it is subsequent meal to occur. I hoped that it could possibly even assault rafts and turn into an enormous menace to gamers.

Sadly, they made it into an affordable and lazy joke! It solely assaults tames, and if aggrovated by a participant, it’s going to magically teleport out of there!??!?! I imply, severely! It does not even assault gamers, as soon as aggro’d. And, as insult to damage, they made it so as to solely tame it for 30 minutes. After that, it’s going to magically disappear!

The oceans are actually boring! The solely threats you gotta be careful for on the floor/near shore are mantas and megalodons! They did the identical to the basilosaurus, I hoped that it could assault you and rafts. Hoped it could be a menace to gamers, and make the oceans extra dynamic! But no, they made it right into a boring, passive sea sausage!

Please re-do your ocean and creatures residing in it, as of now, they’re fairly static and boring. Atleast make it in order that plesiosaurs and mosasaurs (heck, even big squids) would come as much as the floor on occasion and assault gamers and rafts!

Behavior[edit | edit source]

As it says within the file “it mostly hides within the reefs, waiting to ambush prey that swims by.” The Liopleurodon swims round till attacked by a participant or creature, at which level it’s going to spin round and vanish, by no means to be seen once more.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

The Liopleurodon seems as a crocodile-like reptile, with two units of fins and a brief tail. It is a pliosaur, a short-necked, large-headed sort of Plesiosaur, making it carefully associated to the deep water Plesiosaurs. It additionally possesses a single lengthy barbel on its chin to detect the presence of prey swimming previous its ambush lair.

Color Scheme and Regions

This part shows the Liopleurodon’s pure colours and areas. For demonstration, the areas under are coloured crimson over an albino Liopleurodon. The coloured squares proven beneath every area’s description are the colours that the Liopleurodon will randomly spawn with to offer an total vary of its pure coloration scheme. Hover your cursor over a coloration to show its title and ID.

Server admins can use this area info within the Console Command “cheat SetTargetDinoColor <ColorArea> <ColorID>”.
For instance, “cheat SetTargetDinoColor 0 6” would coloration the Liopleurodon’s “face, sides, and flipper highlights” magenta.

ase Stats and Growth

Note that creatures may have completely different stats in Survival of the Fittest

1Percentages are based mostly on the worth of the stat the second the creature was tamed (after taming effectiveness)
2The absolute Base Damage is proven right here as an alternative of the share.
threeWild creatures don’t stage up motion velocity
fourTorpidity will increase each stage on wild creatures, however cannot be elevated as soon as they’re tamed.
5The Liopleurodon is incapable of drowning.

  • For a comparability of the stats of all creatures, see Base Creature Statistics.
  • For an evidence of precisely how the levelup calculation works, see Creature Stats Calculation.



Wild Stats Level-up

Type in values of a wild creature to see on which stats it is emphasised. Green values on a high-level creature are superb for breeding. If you might have already tamed your creature you may attempt to get better the breeding-stats with an exterior device.[1]


Note that after the creature is tamed it will get bonuses on some stats relying on the taming effectiveness. This makes it arduous to retrieve the degrees on a tamed creature, so this device is just for wild ones, however provides a primary impression, how effectively the stats are distributed.


This part describes easy methods to battle in opposition to the Liopleurodon.


The Liopleurodon is a passive creature and won’t assault you, however will assault you when mounted.



Anything however as quickly because it receives injury the Liopleurodon will teleport away.


The Liopleurodon itself does not impose any hazard if you’re not driving a creature; if driving on a creature the Liopleurodon appears to be hostile in case you get shut however total its menace stage is not a lot since it’s going to teleport away while you battle again. However the encompassing water may very well be inhabited by predators.


Low velocity and turning radius. It just isn’t meant for battle.