Home Discussions Workshop Market Broadcasts. Change language. Install Steam. Store Page. Global Achievements. Can someone help me? I've been trying to find solutions everywhere but can't find any.
I've been trying to breed equus multiple times, but the babies keep dying Even when it's eating it doesn't go up, is this normal? Because I will have to keep watching it for 2 days then, that's not possible.
It's not eating from the feeding through but that's normal I suppose I'm on an official Ark server if you need to know this kind of information. Showing 1 - 9 of 9 comments. Same problem with breeding other animals btw. There are bugs, like you need to stay in render distance or you might have to force feed them.
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Last edited by Bulborb87 ; 14 Jan, am. Crysta View Profile View Posts. Ive also heard that baby horses only eat rockcarrots.Home Discussions Workshop Market Broadcasts.
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I see a lot of people having issues keeping babies alive, so I figured I'd let people know how I'm doing it at the moment. I have a baby trike and a rex egg I am looking after solo right now, which is relatively easy once you get the hang of it.
First step is determine what you are going to be raising. Is it an herbivore or a carnivore? If you're going to raise an herbivore, stock up a bunch of berries and if you're going to raise a carnivore, stock up on raw meat before you mate your dinos.
Keep your food intended for your baby on a dino and park it close by for easy access. I would say fill up it's inventory to a comfortable level so that you can still ride and move it as needed. The reason you do not want to place the food into the feeding trough is that the baby increases it's food level a certain amount every second.
If you were to give it access to unlimited food, every second it would need to feed to fill up the points of food it just gained from maturing. When the egg hatches, feed the baby dino about pieces of food every so often and watch the food stat. You can actually see it hit the food cap as it grows; When food it consumes only gives it about 3 food instead of 20, you know you have reached the cap and you can sit back and wait for a bit until it's food level drops a little. How far to let the food stat drop before feeding again is something you need to use your judgement on.
Experience is going to be your best teacher here since as the dino can hold more food, the less you need to stand next to it and feed it as time goes on. I hope this helps anyone having trouble! Last edited by lesi ; 15 Oct, pm. Showing 1 - 9 of 9 comments.Equus knows that feeding your horse or pony can be confusing so we hope our articles and information will help you get the most from your Equus products. Click on the links below for further information and guidance on a range of feed and health related topics.
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July 14, obd. Soya in Horse Feeds March 7, obd. GI Diets for Horses February 13, obd. Cutting the Carbs December 1, obd. Powerful Protein November 16, obd. Using Oils in Equine Diets May 24, obd. Yeast Culture in Equus Products May 10, obd. The Low down on Salt April 19, obd. Molasses — It tastes so good, but is it? April 5, obd.This dossier section is intended to be an exact copy of what the survivor Helenathe author of the dossiers has written. There may be some discrepancies between this text and the in-game creatures.
Equus magnus appears to be an ancestor of the modern horse. Based on its stripes, it may be the African variant of Equus giganteus, which appeared in North America during the Ice Age, but that is pure conjecture. Its behavior in the wild is similar to that of other wild members of the Equus genus - it sustains itself by grazing, while keeping safe from predators by living in herds and outrunning its attackers via superior speed and stamina.
Horse and man have long been partners in survival, and this remains true on the Island. In Equus, survivors will find a trusty steed or pack animal that can carry them swiftly across land. Taming an Equus has proven interesting, requiring carefully approaching the creature in the wild, mounting it, and then carefully soothing over time by feeding it vegetables.
In fact, Equus' reliability has lead some survivors to construct special saddles for them. I even encountered a man who added extra saddle-pouches that doubled as mobile crafting stations for chemical supplies, foodstuffs, and other items. Although not as robust as what you might find within a village, this utility helped him live a nomadic, solitary lifestyle. Some survivors employ Equus to herd and wrangle other creatures with a specialized lasso.
This tool is sometimes effective for self-defense as well, as Equus is limited in battle on its own The Equus will trot around the island and poses no threat to any survivors. If a player gets near one, they will flee. If you wish to get near one to tame, use a Ghillie Suit.
The Equus appears like a mixture of zebra and a large modern breed of domestic horse. It has a long wild mane, zebra like stripes, a tail like a horse and a shaggy beard like a goat's. From the dossier it appears to be comparable to larger horse breeds in terms of size, such as the Shire horse. This section displays the Equus's natural colors and regions. For demonstration, the regions below are colored red over an albino Equus. The colored squares shown underneath each region's description are the colors that the Equus will randomly spawn with to provide an overall range of its natural color scheme.
Hover your cursor over a color to display its name and ID. The Unicorn is a variant of the Equus distinguished by its white coloring and the horn protruding from its forehead. Only one wild Unicorn may exist at a time. Once tamed, another Unicorn may spawn in its place, as the tamed Unicorns no longer block wild spawns. Players can utilize cross server transfer to find other Unicorns to breed with.
They can be transferred to Aberration maps as well. Unicorns can breed with other Unicorns, but they can not breed with an Equus. Type in values of a wild creature to see on which stats it's emphasized.
Green values on a high-level creature are very good for breeding.Home Discussions Workshop Market Broadcasts.
Change language. Install Steam. Store Page. Global Achievements. OK, I know its common for them to die if you dont feed them, but once my little baby got up to 0.
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At this point im just going to spawn in a new one, colour it the same, and make it a baby so i can continue, but now the bloodline thing is lost and that kinda really ticks me off because that was the ONLY reason i was breeding them.
Last edited by zsandme ; 3 Apr, pm. Showing 1 - 15 of 19 comments. Astaroth View Profile View Posts. Originally posted by Valerio91 :. Luux View Profile View Posts.
They would have food in their inventory but not eat it, i had to force feed it. The food would just keep going down like that, it doesn't happen when they eat from troughs though. I lost that one ovis. So maybe staying there the whole time would help to stop that from happening. Also, make sure they can eat veggies if she wasn't eating them already, some herbivore babies won't eat veggies. I've also lost 2 kangaroo babies, both died mysteriously and since i was not there at the time i could not figure out if this was the case or something else.
Originally posted by Luux :. Xariot View Profile View Posts. Originally posted by zsandme :. Originally posted by Xariot :. Last edited by Creature Collector ; 5 Apr, pm. It's a bug. There's plenty of other now buried threads about randomly dying babies.Fast Equus (Horse) Taming Guide :: ARK : Survival Evolved Tips and Tricks
Horror View Profile View Posts. Seikuri View Profile View Posts. Ah yes another thread with dying babies with inventory full of food. They still havent fixed this. Its been here since and before february.
Babies still dying and starving to death. Since many take lots of hours to even reach juvenile and they still can die at juvenile stage. I really wish for once they could fix this but since Dinos still get stuck on trees and thats been there since there wont be a fix very soon even tho dying babies is a HUGE problem.
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I think it has something to do with suffocation or perhaps them being near corpses, whn they're born. Note this is just supposition based on the fact I had a couple Dimorphs and Troodons die when they were born very close to my Aircons, and one of them ran off in a panic for seemingly no reason.Home Discussions Workshop Market Broadcasts. Change language. Install Steam. Store Page.
Global Achievements. Nightfeathers View Profile View Posts. I refilled my baby equus's food inventory. It was up to holding about 10 berries at the time. Hit enter to reply to something in chat, and the baby died. It had food in it's inventory. It was eating. It's food points were not 0. So something is either very badly glitched or just very badly wrong about these guys.
EDIT Just checked and the food points were at 0 despite a full inventory. I suppose this is just yet another case of the nonfeeding glitch.
Last edited by Nightfeathers ; 6 Apr, pm. Showing 1 - 15 of 30 comments. Official or unofficial server? There is a chance that any accelerated maturity settings or mod could've caused it to not eat on 1 tick and at the same time its health be reduced to zero triggering death.
Official server. My Baby Dire Bear died for no Reason?!? Happened to me with troodons and megalosaurus. Lost about 3 troodons and over 10 megalosaurus by now. Seems to be a bug or something. Our baby Rex this past weekend, they wouldn't eat on their own the first hour or so.The Ferox will approach the survivor when it senses one nearby on foot. It makes a sniffing gesture towards the survivor and if they do not carry any element with them, it flees, sometimes returning to follow.
There is a chance however, that it will instead mutate into its giant form rather than making a gesture, taking more of an aggressive approach, even if not fed Element. Under its mutated giant form, it kills everything in sight until it reverts back to its small form.
The Ferox is similar in appearance to that of a Jerboa. Upon consuming Elementit transforms into a larger, more aggressive version of itself that is more canine-like in facial features and with massive muscles. Both forms have six limbs, with the middle arms being slightly smaller than the top ones.
This section displays the Ferox's natural colors and regions. For demonstration, the regions below are colored red over an albino Ferox. The colored squares shown underneath each region's description are the colors that the Ferox will randomly spawn with to provide an overall range of its natural color scheme. Hover your cursor over a color to display its name and ID. Type in values of a wild creature to see on which stats it's emphasized. Green values on a high-level creature are very good for breeding.
If you have already tamed your creature you can try to recover the breeding-stats with an external tool. The stat-calculator does not work in the mobile-view, see here for alternatives: Apps. Note that after the creature is tamed it gets bonuses on some stats depending on the taming effectiveness.
This makes it hard to retrieve the levels on a tamed creature, so this tool is only for wild onesbut gives a first impression, how well the stats are distributed. Ferox can be tamed non-violently rather than through the usual methods. However, it can't be tamed while it is in its giant mutated form. You must not have a Ferox on your shoulder during taming. With Element in any slot, approach the Ferox and use the element to begin taming.
Be ready to run away as the Ferox shapeshifts into an aggressive giant and will then proceed to chase after the survivor who fed it, and will continue to pursue until it reverts back to its small self. This must be repeated multiple times until it is tamed after the last revert. One of the known tactics is to encase it around a giant trap base by luring it while in its giant form with a speedy dino.
Another tactic is if you are in a cave you can feed it element and grapple to the roof of the cave and repeat until it is tamed. You can also use a Bloodstalker to grab the Ferox after it transforms and hold it in place until it transforms back, then repeat the procedure after feeding it element. Just don't reel it in and start feeding on it.