Parasaur is another dinosaur that you will come across when wandering around in ARK Survival Evolved. This creature is kind of like a horse in real life, and perhaps, you will find it easy to raise this pet. Also, it isn’t costly for raising. Find out its Dino Dossier now!
Wild: Parasaurolophus amphibio possesses several awesome alterations of many creatures. Similar to other Parasaurs, there is a signature head ridge on it. It’s kind of obedient, but if you get it frightened, it will instantly flee away from you.
Domesticated: This is such an easy creature to tame. It’s normally found on this island. It has a fairly fast running speed and due to this capability, it can become an average range transportation even though it doesn’t have any skill to protect itself or any rider.
Known Information: Seemingly, this creature has a former false usage for the ridge. There are several tiny openings at the peak of the ridge, which can be utilized as a snorkel.
Parasaurs are kind of static, nonviolent dinosaur. They won’t counter any enemies when they are under attack, except when their eggs are stolen. But, this creature has such an amazing and quick running speed in the game. You will find it tricky a bit to seize them.
Parasaur has long curved duck bill, they usually crop out as lots of versions of red and green, along with vital red, white or even yellow spines. They can be found in black, but that’s just very irregular to happen.
Color Scheme and Regions
This part illustrates the natural colors and regions of Parasaur. To get indicative purposes, the below areas are painted in red all over a white Parasaur. The painted squares displayed below every illustration are the colors that this creature will spawn at random for giving a whole scope of its genius color scheme. To exhibit its name and ID, you need to move your mouse cursor on a color.
The color scheme info is straightly extracted from the ARK DevKit and needs to be considered as accuracy.
This region info can be utilized by the server admins in the Console Command “cheat SetTargetDinoColor “.
For instance, using “cheat SetTargetDinoColor 0 6” would paint the body magenta of the Parasaur.
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Base Stats and Growth
Remember that the creatures will have discrepant stats in SoTF
|Attribute||Amount at Level 1||Increase per point||Taming Bonus|
- The percentages are based upon the stat value the moment that the creature was domesticated (right after taming success)
- The absolute Base Damage is displayed here rather than the percentage
- The movement speed of wild creatures won’t be developed
- The Torpor develops every single level on the untamed creatures, but won’t be developed after they are domesticated.
- To get a full comparison of the creatures’ stats, check out Base Creature Statistics
- To get a description of how the level-up calculation operates, check out Creature Stats Calculation
- Above are the base speeds of the creature that are all at 100% Movement Speed
- To obtain a comparison between all speeds of creatures, check out Base Creature Speeds.
Wild Stats Level-up
To check out the stats that are pinpointed, just input the values of an untamed creature. The green values on a creature that has a high level mean that it’s very great at breeding. If you succeeded in domesticating a creature, you could regain the breeding-stats by utilizing this tool called ARK Stats Extractor
|Melee Damage [%]||100||0|
After domestication, the creature can get some bonuses on several stats relying on the taming success. This will cause it to be very tough for regaining the levels on a domesticated creature. Hence, this tool can only work on untamed creatures, but it can bring such a wonderful impression, how well the stats are given out.
You should always remember that the values are optimum cases, they always carry additional supplies.
You can check out an external taming calculator to get a level-dependent count of the resources required.
It’s kind of hard to defeat a Parasaur because they will sprint very fast if they are under attack. To knock it out, you should try to make it grind to the halt between the rocks or trees and then only strike it so hard. However, you should stay watchful when hitting it, just don’t get it damaged after knocking it out because that will have an influence on the taming effectiveness.
Or you can check out another way of defeating a Parasaur; this way will include utilizing the bola’s on the legs that will disable it easily. Doing so will make it stay still, and you can strike it, or shoot at it using the slingshots, after that, it will be completely knocked out!
Alternatively, you can utilize many players in order to lure it into a zone so that it won’t make an escape, which can bring it to the rocks or any structures.
This part will illustrate how to battle against the Parasaur.
Battling against a Parasaur won’t cause any innate threat because they will escape away once they get irritated. While trying to chase down a Parasaur, it can lure you get into the dangerous realm, which is considered as a principal danger of trying to knock out a Parasaur. If you loot their eggs, they will begin to battle against you
The most effective way for battling against the Parasaur is to begin with a Bola attack to the legs, which can disable the creature and help you stun it easily using a Wooden Club, or the spear. The Parasaur will escape away when frightened if you don’t start with a Bola, then after that, it normally makes itself grind to the halt between the rocks or any trees, which causes it to be defenseless once again. If you have no bola engram, you can try to set yourself away from the location that you want to frighten the Parasaur like an alley or the trees. This can help you destroy the creature quickly. You can utilize arrows, shoot them at it or use the spears. It won’t be able to escape away. Also, you can utilize a Dilophosaur to destroy this creature since Dilo won’t cost much. The running speed of Parasaur can be reduced by a small group of three or four Dilophosaurs. Then, you can begin striking it with a spear and defeat it by the time it regains.
You can utilize any weapons to defeat a Parasaur, provided that your weapon has maximum efficiency. You should utilize the melee weapons skillfully, try to fire a direct assault right onto its head to get larger damage. Using the ranged weapons can help you defeat one while chasing down it.
The Parasaur can get into dangerous locations when you chase it down, which will develop the danger of getting other perilous dinosaurs angry.
Since Parasaur can crop into other dinosaurs, you probably think that sprinting into them right in the middle of chasing using a mount will make the Parasaur fasten into place. Or, due to their low health, escaping nature and big size, they can become an easy target for a survivor at any level.
Transport: The Parasaurs can become a great pack animal for a newcomer even though they can’t bear many supplies like other bigger creatures do.
Travel: The beginners of the game should get this Parasaur and use it as their mount, but it’s kind of tough to drive into a corner because they can escape away easily. Although they are not as fast as Raptor, or Sabertooth, they are still much quicker than Phiomia. You should think about leveling up its speed and some oxygen
Gatherer: Apparently, the Parasaurs can collect berries, wood, and thatch, however, they do those stuff at a slow speed, and also, it’s a bit hard for them to strike a bush.
Dino-Clamp/Parasaur Hunter: Due to the tiny footprint of Parasaur, it can crop into other untamed Dinosaur’s hit boxes and then fasten itself in there. If you want to crop into it, you need to drag up side by side to it, and then revolve 90°. Doing so will permit you to destroy the creature easily. It’s kind of less dependable when you lock other dinosaurs in one place; you can even fasten a Trike and use tranquilizer arrows to shoot at its head from afar where it won’t be able to shake to get you or your Parasaur damaged.
Diversion: One usage for this creature is to get aggressive and direct away tribe’s tames throughout an attack. Be sure to have your spyglass ready. You will control a Parasaur and make it attack an opponent dinosaur, then make a sound for it to assault an untamed dinosaur from afar. Because Parasaur are not costly for domestication, they are such a nice choice for the regular deadly role.
The meaning of Parasaurolophus’s genus name is “near crested lizard”, relating to Saurolphus which is a creature that Parasaur was first believed to be a close cousin of.
The kind name of Parasaurolophus in the game, amphibio, can relate to the kind affinity for water, which is normally caught sight of on the seashore or nearby rivers.
Similar to other hadrosaurs, this creature is believed that it can stroll on two or four limbs. It probably will spend its time walking on four limbs, swallowing or traversing long distances.
When it wants to stretch out higher to the grass or run at a fast speed to flee away from the predators, it will reach onto its back limbs. The Parasaurolophush in the game can probably be able to walk by utilizing its back limbs.
A Quetzal can hold this creature up.