ARK Survival Evolved: Quetzal

ARK Survival Evolved: Quetzal

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Quetzal
ARK Survival Evolved: Quetzal
Statistics
Common Name: Quetzal
Species: Quetzalcoatlus conchapicem
Time: Late Cretaceous Period
Diet: Carnivore
Temperament: Skittish
Domestication
Tameable: Yes
Rideable: Yes

The Quetzalcoatlus (also known as Quetzal) is one of the most awesome creatures turning up in ARK: Survival Evolved. There will be further details adding to this creature in a future update.

Basic Info

Dossier

  • Wild: Quetzal is considered as one of the biggest avians living on the island and sharing the same shape with the Pteranodon, its nests are nearby the highest peaks. Upon careful examination, though, the Quetzal is a giant creature of huge power
  • Domesticated: The domesticated Quetzal plays a crucial role on the island. It is too slow to become a proficient local transport, and probably too frail to become powerful warbirds. The masters of the skies can utilize Quetzal to carry huge quantities of supplies, creature, and human cargo from one place to another without getting weary.
  • Known Information: It’s kinda weird to witness this big magnificent monster to be so anxious. Different from other creatures of its size, it’s more likely to escape than battle.

Behavior

Appearance

Drops

Base Stats and Growth

Attribute Amount at Level 1 Increase per point
Health.png Health  ?  ?
Stamina.pngStamina  ?  ?
Oxygen.pngOxygen  ?  ?
Food.png Food  ?  ?
Weight.png Weight  ?  ?
Melee Damage.png Melee Damage  ?  ?
Movement Speed.pngMovement Speed  ?  ?
Torpor.png Torpor  ?  ?

Taming

updating…

Notes/Trivia

  • Dossier exposed on 06/17/2015. [1]
  • The Devs indicated at being capable of constructing on its back.
  • In Ark Digest 14 Devs Said it will be available in September.
  • Quetzalcoatlus conchapicem roughly means “Feathered lizard god that carries fish”. This is a reference to the original name as a Mexican god and to its utilization in the game as a transporter and its diet of fish.

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