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トライブは、ARKプレイヤーがグループを形成し、ライバルのトライブを打ち負かす、またはエンドゲームのボスを征服するなど、共通の目標に向かって取り組むことを可能にします。 トライブは複数の管理者と独自のガバナンスオプションを持つことができます。

ARKのトライブに参加したり、新しいメンバーを募集したりする場合は、Official Server Tribe DirectoryUnofficial Server Tribe Directoryを表示します。

全般

ARK: Survival Evolvedトライブを作成し、それに友達を追加すると、すべてのペットはトライブの誰でも命令し、同盟することができます。 あなたのトライブのメンバーは、あなたの家のスポーンポイントのいずれかで再スポーンすることもできます。 メンバーをトライブ管理者に昇格させて、管理の負担を軽減します。 主要なアイテムとPINコードを配布して、共有村へのアクセスを提供します!


トライブレベルを作成することもできます。これを行うことで、特定のユーザーがすべてのBPと良いアイテムでアイテムや収納ボックスにアクセスできないシステムを作成できます、代わりに、ストレージボックスまたはエアロックなどのストレージボックスへの経路にアクセスするには、高いトライブレベルである必要があるため、トライブレベルを有利に使用できます。

エアロックレベル3への扉を作ると、あなたのトライブでは、そのレベル以下の誰もがそのドアを開けることができません。 最も良いのは、恐竜にもこのシステムを使用できるため、個人の恐竜を最高ランクにしたいので、あなたまたはそのレベルに入れた他の人だけが恐竜に乗ることができます。

トライブディレクトリ

ARKのトライブに参加したい場合は、Official Server Tribe DirectoryUnofficial Server Tribe Directoryを表示します。トライブをディレクトリに追加する場合は、いずれかのディレクトリページで提出フォームを使用します。

トライブの利点

世界の野蛮人だけでなく、ARKを歩き回っているいくつかのより不幸な生存者の両方に対して、強さを超えてトライブを形成することには利点があります。トライブの近くでXP獲得活動を農業および実行すると、ボーナスXPが提供されます。コミュニティを形成して、レベルを上げ、あなたが一人でできるよりも早く啓発を達成するのを助けてください!

トライブの作成と参加

トライブを作成するには、インベントリを開き、"トライブ管理"をクリックします。 ここで、トライブを作成、管理、または脱退できます。 v260の時点で、トライブはシングルプレイヤーで自動的に作成されるようになりました。

誰かをトライブに招待するには、彼らに近づき、アクションキー(デフォルトはE)を押してインタラクションホイールを表示します。トライブに招待できる場合は、招待状を送信するオプションが表示されます。招待状を送信するタイマーが切れるまで、招待状の上にカーソルを置きます。

トライブの招待を受け入れるには、招待した人のインタラクションメニューを表示し、タイマーが受け入れられるまで招待の上にカーソルを置きます。

トライブの所有者は、トライブ内のメンバーを管理者として指定することもできます。これにより、それらのメンバーは誰にも招待状を送信できます。トライブメンバーを管理者にするには、"トライブ管理"メニューを開き、プレーヤーの名前をクリックして、"このメンバーを管理者にする"をクリックします。


ソロ部族の場合、所有建造物やテイムされた動物を別のトライブと結合するときは、必ずトライブを合併してください。そうしないと、トライブに属するすべてのものが失われます。

トライブの種類

多くの場合、部族は以下のカテゴリの2つ以上に分類されますが、ゲームの主要な側面に焦点を当てる傾向があります。

  • PVE トライブ - この種類のトライブは、敵対的な方法で他のプレイヤー/トライブに関与しない活動に焦点を当てています。これらのトライブは、Broodmother Lysrixや珍しい恐竜のテイムなどの終盤のボスに焦点を合わせることができます。
  • PVP トライブ - PVPトライブは、ライバルトライブの攻撃、同盟の形成、および他のプレイヤーの戦闘への関与に重点を置いています。

Tribe Governance

Before joining a Tribe, make sure to view the Tribe's information in the activation menu. This information determines how ownership, taming, and PIN codes will be managed. If you do not see any Tribe Governance settings, they have not been set up yet.

Dino Ownership

These settings control how your Dinosaur ownership will be affected once you join the Tribe.

Tribe Owned

Any Dinosaur you own belongs to the tribe, and any tribe member can unclaim, ride, access the inventory, and command the Dino. Affects dinos owned previously to when you joined the Tribe. If you leave the Tribe, the Dino stays.

Personally Owned, Tribe Ridden

Tribe members can access your Dino’s inventory, ride, and command your Dinosaur, but the Dino is still owned by you. For example, say you have a female Rex and it is named Rexina. Above its name it will say, "owned by [username]". That is how you will know it's your dinosaur. If you leave the tribe, the Dino will leave with you.

When you join or make a tribe, any Dino you have will be in the tribe. Other people in your tribe will be able give commands to your Dino that they did not tame. If you tame a Dino and you are in a tribe it will be in the tribe and the people in the tribe will be able to give commands to it. Your tribe mates can put stuff in the Dino's inventory and put a saddle on it so they can ride it or as a gift to you. When your tribemate rides the Dino they can attack with it and gather resources from the Dino's inventory.

Personally Owned, Personally Ridden

Tribe members cannot ride, command, or access your Dino’s inventory. If you leave the tribe, the Dinosaur also leaves.

Dino Taming

These settings control how Dino taming will be handled once you’ve joined the Tribe. This option is only available if Dino Ownership is not set to “Tribe Owned” in the above setting.

Tribe Taming

Once you join the Tribe, any Dino you train will belong to the tribe. Any Tribe member can unclaim, ride, access inventory, and command the Dinosaur. If you leave the Tribe, the Dino stays.

Personal Taming

Once you join the Tribe, any Dino you tame will belong to you and follow the Tribe’s Dino Ownership rules. Taming rights are determined by who knocked the Dino out (if knocked out by a player) or put the first piece of food in its inventory. View the Taming HUD to see who will own the Dinosaur.

Structure Ownership

These settings control who owns structures in the Tribe, as well as who can demolish, place new objects, and set PIN codes.

Tribe Owned

Every structure and object placed is owned by the entire tribe, and all tribe members can interact with it. If you leave the Tribe, anything you built as a Tribe member remains in the tribe.

Personally Owned, Tribe Snap, Admin Demolish

Anything you place is owned by you and will continue to be yours if you leave the Tribe. Tribe snap allows other Tribe members to place objects and build nearby. Admin Demolish means that only you or admins can demolish what you own.

Personally Owned, Personal Snap

Anything you place is owned by you, and only you can add on to it by placing new objects or structures. If you leave the Tribe, you retain ownership.

Locks & Pincodes

These settings control how Locks & Pincodes will be handled between Tribe members. This option is only available if Structure Ownership is not set to “Tribe Owned” in the above setting. The game is not complete so the members may still have control of the storage boxes.

Tribe Locks & Pincodes

Applies to gates, doors, and does not apply to storage chests. If any of these objects are locked or has a PIN, tribe members can automatically bypass this. Non-tribe members will have to know the PIN or else they cannot access these items.

Personal Locks & Pincodes

Applies to gates, doors, and does not apply to storage chests. If any of these objects are locked or has a PIN, only you can immediately bypass this. Both tribe members and non-members must know the PIN to access the item.

Tribe Groups

Disambig.png See also: Tribe Member Rankings

Is a way for tribe leaders to limit the access of tribe members.

By creating subgroups and then setting a Rank Number, 0-9 (recommended) where 0 allows all members. The founder or admin of the tribe can assign any tribe-owned structure or dino to a 'Rank Number'. An example of this function is that: A tribe member Rank 0 won't be able to open doors or ride/or whistle dinos that is assigned to Rank 1 or up.

  • When starting a group, it's important to make more than one group. Otherwise, the main admins within the tribe will be limited to the rank numbers like standard members. Basically have a Non-Admin:Group and Admin-Only:Group relation. It is okay to place an Admin into a lower ranking group.
    • Group admins' purpose is to help manage the tribe. Depending on what the Tribe Owner/Admin decides for the group admin's ability they can:
      • Recruit Players
      • Banish Players from tribe
      • Promote or Demote a member to certain Position or even Rank #
  • When a group member builds, their structure is automatically assigned to the last number rank they chose before.
  • One can view the Group and Ranking as a type of Guild System. System of rules and regulations that allows members certain access and certain promotional benefits.
  • Another purpose of the Group-Ranking system is to lower the chances of tribal theft, sabotage and dino carelessness.

Tribal Warfare

Since the release of Patch 223.0, Tribes in PvE now have an option to declare war on each other. To do this, the Owner or Admins of the Tribe go up to another Tribe's Owner or Admins. When selecting an option, they may either recruit or declare war. Declaring war will bring up the schedule menu. This will allow when the war offically begins and ends.

Current Day/Time

This displays what the current in-game time is. An admin can change the time of day, e.g. timeofday 08:00 to set the time to 08:00.

Start Day/End Day

What day the war begins and ends. Defaulted on the current in-game day

Start Time/End Time

What time, in in-game hours and minutes, the war will take place. Default starts at 6, in-game, minutes from the current time and ends an hour later.

Tribal Alliance

Since the release of Patch 235.0, Tribes in PvE and PvP now have an option to form an Alliance with each other. To do this, the Owner or Admins of a tribe must form an alliance by entering a name and clicking the "Form new alliance" button in the Tribe Manager, then if they formed or are an admin of an alliance, they must go up to another Tribe's Owner or Admins. When selecting an option, they may either recruit, declare war or invite to Alliance. Once the other tribe admin has accepted the invite, the tribes will become allies which changes some interactions those tribes will have, including the most immediately obvious change, that their players and dinos are highlighted in cyan text, similar to their own tribe's green names. A Tribe Alliance admin can promote other tribes to admin or remove them from the tribe alliance at any time via the tribe manager interface, similarly a member tribe may leave an alliance at any time. Tribes may join or be admins of up to 5 Alliances at a single time and a single Alliance can consist of up to 12 tribes at a time.

Features of Tribe Alliances

  • Allied Tribes' players and Dinos are highlighted in visible cyan text from a far greater distance than the usual red text.
  • There is a separate Alliance chat between all members of an Alliance.
  • Allied Tribe members are able to jump into the pouch of a tamed Procoptodon or the additional seats of a Gallimimus, Tapejara, Diplodocus, Roll Rat, or Rock Drake.
  • Pillars and foundations do not prevent an allied tribe from building any structures nearby, although no structures can be snapped to or placed directly on top of another tribe's structures. Be warned that if a tribe leaves an alliance, any structures built within the usual no-build zone will not be able to have any additional structures added to them until foundations/pillars are removed or the alliance is reformed.
  • Any Allied tribe's powered Electrical Outlet will power any allied Electrical structures built nearby it.
  • Dinos can eat from allied tribes' troughs.
  • Allied Tribes' can take part in your tribe wars.

Additional Features of Tribe Alliances on a PvP server

  • Dinosaurs set to "Aggressive" or "Neutral" will not attack an allied tribe member or their dinos.
  • Turrets and Plant Species X will not target allied tribe members or their dinos.
  • Allied Tribes' fliers can carry mounts with riders, rather than remove the rider.
  • Servers with offline protection mode enabled will disable being able to create a tribe alliance.

Tribe Ascension (Mobile)

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Tribe Ascension is a feature exclusive to ARK: Survival Evolved Mobile. Tribes will earn points for doing everyday activities specific to the Game Mode they play on (for PVP, killing another player, etc.). The Tribe in first place will "Ascend", at which point their bases and tames will be wiped, but they will gain access to more tame slots and exclusive cosmetics to show that they are the "Ascendant Tribe". The Ascendant Tribe will also earn less points, making it harder to maintain their position. If a Tribe Ascends 4 times, they will gain access to an exclusive server specifically for Ascendant Tribes, testing who is the ultimate Tribe.