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These creatures are the tamable and rideable (saddles are not required) variants of their vanilla counterparts. They each have unique abilities and strengths.

Prime AchatinaEdit

Prime Achatina is decently defensive, doesn't get a saddle but can wear player helmets. It produces Achatina Paste , and Organic Polymer on wander. It produces six times the Achatina Paste than the normal Achatina, and holds up to 300. Killing a wild Prime Achatina, a small amount of prime chitin is obtained when harvested.

  • Boss Arena Access = Yes

  • K.O Taming = Yes

  • Passive Tame = No

  • Taming Food = Sweet Veggie Cake

Taming StrategyEdit

The Prime Achatina is very easy to tame, with 1 dart being enough (depends on the level), but it is very hard to get them out of the swamp alive. The HP of wild Prime Achatina's is very low (usually around 1000), so finding and knocking one out is easy, but getting it back to your base alive is hard.

Method 1: Pick it up with a Quetzal and bring it back to a taming pen.

Method 2: Clear the area that surrounds where the Achatina is before trying to tame one. 

Prime ArchaeopteryxEdit

Unlike the vanilla Archaeopteryx, the Prime version can fly.

  • Boss Arena Access = Yes
  • K.O Taming = Yes
  • Passive Tame = No

Prime Dung BeetleEdit

High defense and can wear player helmets. Has a LMB, RMB and C (Ranged poison conal attack) attack. Good for Stone gathering. The X key spawns a handful of random level normal dung beetles. Eats spoiled meat. Makes a huge amount of fertilizer from dung. Very high carry weight. Prime Dung Beetle can't be picked up by any flying creatures.

  • Boss Arena Access = No
  • K.O Taming = No
  • Passive Tame = Level 90
  • Taming Food = Large Animal Feces

Taming StrategyEdit

To tame a Prime Dung Beetle, it is recommended to wear full ghillie, consume a bug repellant, and sneak up behind it with a large animal feces on last-hotbar slot, after each time it eats, it is necessary to put new feces in the slot.

After Tame AbilitiesEdit

Prime Dung Beetle has a good amount of HP, defense, and has a multiple-poison projectile breath attack.

Prime DimorphodonEdit

Relatively easy early game flying tame. Fast flyer, has turn radius like Tapejara (360°), and can walk and fly sideways.

  • Boss Arena Access = Manticore only
  • K.O Taming = Yes
  • Passive Tame = No
  • Taming Food = Raw Prime Meat 

Taming StrategyEdit

Prime Dimorphodon is a good early tame to get. It can easily be tamed with prime meat. You can use Bolas to make it easier to shoot.

After Tame AbilitiesEdit

Prime Dimorphodon gives the player the ability to shoot while riding.

Prime DodoEdit

Decent amount of HP and defense. Gains a pack buff like the Allosaurus.

  • Boss Arena Access = Yes
  • K.O Taming = Yes
  • Passive Tame = No
  • Taming Food = Vegetables

Prime EurypteridEdit

  • Boss Arena Access = N/A

  • K.O Taming = Yes

  • Passive Tame = No

  • Taming Food = Raw Prime Meat

Prime JerboaEdit

Low HP but can wear player helmets. Can do a decent jump. Produces baby food on wander.

After Tame Abilities Edit

Prime Jerboa produces baby food on wander. However, since Prime Jerboas are breedable, leaving male and female Prime Jerboas on wander will reproduce babies. This is compounded by the issue that the new Prime Jerboa are born with a stack of Herbivore food and on wander. There's a possibility of the server crashing given sufficient time, as say a tribe is away for the weekend. This can make Tribes look like posers for the over population title. It is advisable to only allow wander for a specific gender so it will not reproduce babies.

Prime MesopithecusEdit

Can't wear player helmets unlike vanilla Mesopithecus. Can throw a torpor projectile. Gathers berries on wander.

  • Boss Arena Access = Yes
  • K.O Taming = Yes
  • Passive Tame = No
  • Taming Food = Dodo Kibble

Prime MicroraptorEdit

A Prime Microraptor would normally be quite a scary concept, but seems to lack the ability to knock a playre out while in the wild. It flies fast and can carry small creatures. 

  • Boss Arena Access = No
  • K.O Tame = Yes
  • Passive Tame = No
  • Taming Food = Rare Flowers

Prime TroodonEdit

A Prime Troodon is terrifying, have good healthpools, not very noticable, and summons regular Troodons that inflict torpor (server maximum wild level) that have the usual agressive behavior, damage reductions and pack damage bonuses, as well as the huge torpor gain and stamina loss. It is better to keep eyes open for these without having a good defensive mount.

  • Boss Arena Access = Yes
  • K.O Taming = Savage Tame
  • Passive Tame = No
  • Taming Food = N/A

Prime TitanomyrmaEdit

A Prime Titanomyrma is a good source of chitin. It will not have any summons with it, it doesn't have much health, or do very much damage, it does inflict heavy torpor, but you should be fine to take one down with a good-level tame.

  • Boss Arena Access = Manticore only
  • K.O Taming = No
  • Passive Tame = Level 65
  • Taming Food = Spoiled Meat

Prime TitanoboaEdit

A Prime Titanoboa is a very difficult challenge as they inflict massive amount of torpor, and they can replace the regular Titanoboas that you might find in caves/dungeons. This makes the caves an even more dangerous place than before, as a Prime Titanoboa will almost always knock you out in one attack if it reaches you with the amount of torpor that they do. They do however take headshot multipliers, so use that to your advantage, grappling to the ceiling is highly reccomended. Be extra careful as it can climb most terrain.

  • Boss Arena Access = Yes
  • K.O Taming = No
  • Passive Tame = Yes
  • Taming Food = Any FERTILIZED  eggs. Bigger eggs give more taming, must be dropped from player inventory

Prime VultureEdit

  • Boss Arena Access = No

  • K.O Taming = Yes

  • Passive Tame = No

  • Taming Food = Quetz Kibble