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The Leedsichthys is another aquatic creature in ARK Survival Evolved. It can be considered as the biggest fish that ever existed and offers such a great source of Prime Fish. It’s very hard to harvest meat from this creature, but still, lots of survivors want to get more meat of it. Let’s explore more information about Leedsichthys now!
Wild: Leedsichthys conviviumbrosia can be considered as the biggest fish living in the water on the Island. It can offer a great source of luscious meat and this creature will surely impress you with its size. Leedsichthys can be exchanged with the similar values to Prime Meat, hence, it’s sometimes called “Prime Fish”. However, not all Leedsichthys offers tasty meat, but only most of them.
Domesticated: Due to its big size, it’s powerful enough to bring some heavy good. Apparently, this creature is not smart enough to domesticate. However, it can be kept in a giant pen by the big tribes so that they can exploit some purposes, especially the Prime Fish.
Known Information: Since the need for the meat of Leedsichthys is very high, this fish is definitely tough to keep track of and tame. The tame can become imbalanced between the giant size, strong attacks, fast speed of this creature and the commonly invalid skill of survivors, which can make the task of taming this creature more and more arduous. Some men and women have gone crazy with obsession when hunting for the elusive breed of fish, the famed “Great Albino.
The survivors who are diving into the water so deeply can catch sight of the Leedsichthys. This is a giant fish swimming around in the oceans. Because of its cavernous maw, it will be able to eat up humans easily. Its head is protected by the light armoring, which can keep it safe from Mosasaurus, and a strong tail can change the rafts into awesome splinters which can move it through the vast ocean. This creature is so large and some flesh on it can be ripped off without hurting it. The survivors can utilize this strategy together with some tiny aquatic predators.
Color Scheme and Regions
The information about the color scheme and regions of Leedsichthys is not available since this creature is not released yet in the game.
Base Stats and Growth
All creatures will possess discrepant stats in Survival of the Fittest
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- Percentages are depended on the value of the stat at the moment when the creature was domesticated (after the effectiveness of taming)
- The absolute Base Damage is displayed here rather than the percentage.
- The movement speed of untamed creatures won’t be developed and leveled up.
- Torpor develops every single level on the untamed creatures, but it can’t be developed after they are domesticated.
- Check out Base Creature Statistics to find out a comparison of the creatures’ stats.
- If you want to research on the way that levelup calculation operates, you should check out Creature Stats Calculation
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- The table shown above is the base speeds of the creature, and they are at 100% Movement Speed.
- Check out Base Creature Speeds to find out a comparison of the creatures’ speeds
You can’t domesticate Leedsichthys, but you can totally exploit it to get Raw Prime Fish.
Find out how to battle against Leedsichthys
The Dossier was launched on November 16, 2015
In the dossier, it mentioned about the Great Albino Leedsichthys, which can allude to a boss creature in the ocean in future. But, this can be another allusion to Herman Melville’s novel, Moby Dick.
Some scientists did believe that Leedsichthys was the biggest bony fish that ever existed.
The operation of collecting meat from this creature without hurting it can be an allusion to the created food creatures in Dougal Dixon’s Man After Man. The flesh of Leedsichthys can be ripped off by other aquatic sharks or reptiles easily without even killing it.
The original name of this creature mans “Leed’s Fish” which was named after the nonprofessional paleontologist named Alfred Nicholson Leeds because of his crucial discoveries on Leedsichthys.