ARK Survival Evolved: Dodo

ARK Survival Evolved: Dodo

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Dodo
ARK Survival Evolved: Dodo
Statistics
Common Name: Dodo
Species: Raphus replicare
Time: Late Holocene
Diet: Herbivore
Temperament: Oblivious
Feces Size: Small
Egg:  Dodo Egg
Domestication
Tameable: Yes
Rideable: No

The Dodo is one of friendly creatures coming from ARK: Survival Evolved. It can be used as “chicken” meat and this animal generates lots of eggs that the survivors can absorb.

Basic Info

Dossier

  • Wild: Dodo Bird is probably the most stupid creature in ARK game. It walks around the beaches and pick berries from the bushes to absorb, or it can be eaten by other aggressive carnivores.
  • Domesticated: You don’t need to tame Dodo Bird. It’s just a normal and stupid beast, and it won’t generate too much food.
  • Known Information: Dodo’s subspecies increased cleverly to assist itself. They copulate all the time. They get complete adulthood during a week of being born.

Behavior

Dodos are considered as the chickens appearing in ARK world. They totter around at bad movement speed and have no intentions. When being assaulted, it won’t fight back, but try to escape instead. But if someone loots an egg of Dodo, it will assault.

Appearance

Dodos have discrepant colors

Body

Wings

Head

Beak

You can add other colors that you have seen

Drops

  • Raw Meat
  • Hide

Base Stats and Growth

Attribute Amount at Level 1 Increase per point
Health.png Health 40 10.9
Stamina.pngStamina 100.0 10
Oxygen.pngOxygen 150.0 15.0
Food.png Food 450.0 46.7
Weight.png Weight 50.0 2.2
Melee Damage.png Melee Damage 4.5* 21.6%
Movement Speed.pngMovement Speed 100.0% 7.5%
Torpor.png Torpor 30.5 1.75

*The absolute Base Damage is expressed here instead of the percentage (always 100% at Level 1).

Taming

Level 1 time
 Mejoberry 16 4 1 00:03:13
 Berries 24 4 1 00:03:12
To knock out:  × 2;  × 1 Bow, × 1 Crossbow
Torpor-depletion: 0.31 / s, time until all torpor is depleted: 00:01:38
 Level 20 time
 Mejoberry 30 11 3 00:06:01
 Berries 45 11 3 00:06:00
To knock out:  × 3;  × 1 Bow, × 1 Crossbow
Torpor-depletion: 0.41 / s, time until all torpor is depleted: 00:02:36
 Level 50 time
 Mejoberry 53 31 7 00:10:37
 Berries 79 31 7 00:10:32
To knock out:  × 5;  × 2 Bow, × 1 Crossbow
Torpor-depletion: 0.58 / s, time until all torpor is depleted: 00:03:26
 Level 75 time
 Mejoberry 72 57 12 00:14:25
 Berries 107 56 12 00:14:16
To knock out:  × 7;  × 2 Bow, × 2 Crossbow
Torpor-depletion: 0.71 / s, time until all torpor is depleted: 00:03:50
 Level 100 time
 Mejoberry 90 89 18 00:18:01
 Berries 135 89 18 00:18:00
To knock out:  × 9;  × 3 Bow, × 2 Crossbow
Torpor-depletion: 0.85 / s, time until all torpor is depleted: 00:04:06
 Level 120 time
 Mejoberry 105 120 24 00:21:01
 Berries 158 121 25 00:21:04
To knock out:  × 11;  × 3 Bow, × 2 Crossbow
Torpor-depletion: 0.96 / s, time until all torpor is depleted: 00:04:15

These values are for optimum situations, always bring additional supplies!

You can utilize an outer taming calculator like crumplecorn.com or ark-survival.net to explore a level dependent count of resources required.

Preferred Food

  • Mejoberry : 10-30
  • Citronal : 10-30 [citation needed]

KO Strategy

You can domesticate Dodos easily by just using your fists or a slingshot to the head to defeat them down.

Notes/Trivia

  • Dodo produces a lot of eggs. Therefore, some tribes usually create Dodo farms in which they put tamed Dodos to gather the eggs they lay.
  • There is a mistake of giving a name to this species as “Raphus lazarus” under the Domesticated section in the Dodo’s dossier
  • According to the dossier, they are unaware. However, the island they are living didn’t have any natural predators. Therefore, they had no clue on how to react to a hunter.
  • You can’t ride on Dodo, but you can find a saddle in their inventory.
  • They have a bad movement speed; it’s tough for them to move around. But their swimming speed is kind of good to cover the bigger distances faster. You can pick them up to move them.
  • The mate boost doesn’t need to have male: female ratio. If you have 10 females with just one male, you still can get eggs from them.

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