admincheat SpawnDino "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/Dinos/Dodo/Dodo_Character_BP.Dodo_Character_BP'" 500 0 0 35
Variant Aberrant Dodo
admincheat summon Dodo_Character_BP_Aberrant_C
admincheat SpawnDino "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/Dinos/Dodo/Dodo_Character_BP_Aberrant.Dodo_Character_BP_Aberrant'" 500 0 0 35
Variant Dodo (Gauntlet)
admincheat summon Dodo_Character_BP_Aggressive_C
admincheat SpawnDino "Blueprint'/Game/Genesis/Dinos/MissionVariants/Gauntlet/Bog/Dodo_Character_BP_Aggressive.Dodo_Character_BP_Aggressive'" 500 0 0 35
Variant Dodo (Gauntlet) (Large)
admincheat summon Dodo_Character_BP_Aggressive_Large_C
admincheat SpawnDino "Blueprint'/Game/Genesis/Dinos/MissionVariants/Gauntlet/Bog/Dodo_Character_BP_Aggressive_Large.Dodo_Character_BP_Aggressive_Large'" 500 0 0 35
Variant Dodo (Sport)
admincheat summon Dodo_Character_BP_Basketball_C
admincheat SpawnDino "Blueprint'/Game/Genesis/Dinos/MissionVariants/Sport/Dodo_Character_BP_Basketball.Dodo_Character_BP_Basketball'" 500 0 0 35
Variant Dodo (Gauntlet2)
admincheat summon Dodo_Character_BP_STA_C
admincheat SpawnDino "Blueprint'/Game/Genesis2/Missions/ModularMission/Gauntlet2/STA/Dinos/Dodo_Character_BP_STA.Dodo_Character_BP_STA'" 500 0 0 35
|“||Dodo Tossing, Sport of Champions!||„|
Dodos aimlessly waddle about the beaches, hills and forests of the island, moving with little speed. When a Dodo is attacked, it will not fight back. Instead, it and any nearby Dodos will attempt to flee, although their slow movement speed usually makes them easy prey. Anything from a cluster of Compies to a single Spino will attack it and win unanimously. Even if the player takes an egg from a wild Dodo, it will not attack. Dodos will also occasionally get stuck on driftwood on beaches. In the early release of Ark, Dodos would attack the attacking player in retaliation. In ARK: Survival Evolved Mobile, they will occasionally defend themselves by attacking or if their egg is stolen.
A flightless species of pigeon, the dodo is easily identifiable by its large beak and stout, round body. Dodos vary in many colors, including purple, brown, red, and black.
cheat SetTargetDinoColor <ColorRegion> <ColorID>と入力することにより、DodoのRegionを変更できます。たとえば、
cheat SetTargetDinoColor 0 6はDodoの"body"がmagenta色になります。
- Dodo Trophy (as a reward for completing a Pursuit)
- Dodo Feather (as a random drop on the ground by tamed Dodos of at least 1.56x size)
- Fresh Poultry
- すべての生物の速度の比較については、Base Creature Speedsをご覧ください。
|基本||最小||Activation||The Dodo pecks at the target.|
|攻撃タイプ||ダメージ||発射物の値||気絶値の数値||状態効果: スタミナ||状態効果: 気絶値|
|寿命||Impulse||半径||基本||Mult||持続時間||Damage Mult||量||持続時間||Damage Mult||量|
Dodos are easy to tame, you can easily knock them out with your fists or by using a Slingshot to the head. A Wooden Club will also work. It is advised to not use anything other than the Wooden Club, Sling Shot, or Fists to knock out the Dodos as anything else will have a higher chance of killing the Dodo.
|気絶するまで: × 3, × 2, × 1, × 1, × 1, × 1|
|気絶値の減少値: 0.3 / 秒, 気絶状態から回復する時間: 00:01:40|
|気絶するまで: × 9, × 4, × 1, × 1, × 1, × 1|
|気絶値の減少値: 0.5 / 秒, 気絶状態から回復する時間: 00:02:44|
|気絶するまで: × 14, × 6, × 2, × 1, × 1, × 1|
|気絶値の減少値: 0.66 / 秒, 気絶状態から回復する時間: 00:03:29|
|気絶するまで: × 20, × 8, × 3, × 2, × 1, × 1|
|気絶値の減少値: 0.79 / 秒, 気絶状態から回復する時間: 00:04:01|
|気絶するまで: × 25, × 10, × 3, × 2, × 2, × 1|
|気絶値の減少値: 0.92 / 秒, 気絶状態から回復する時間: 00:04:27|
|KO: × 3; × 2; × 1; × 1; × 1; × 1; × 1; × 1|
|Torpidity-depletion: 0.3 / s, Time until all torpidity is depleted: 00:01:40|
|KO: × 9; × 4; × 1; × 1; × 1; × 1; × 1; × 1|
|Torpidity-depletion: 0.5 / s, Time until all torpidity is depleted: 00:02:44|
|KO: × 17; × 7; × 2; × 2; × 1; × 1; × 1; × 1|
|Torpidity-depletion: 0.72 / s, Time until all torpidity is depleted: 00:03:46|
|KO: × 30; × 13; × 4; × 2; × 2; × 2; × 2; × 1|
|Torpidity-depletion: 1.04 / s, Time until all torpidity is depleted: 00:04:48|
|KO: × 57; × 24; × 7; × 4; × 4; × 3; × 3; × 2|
|Torpidity-depletion: 1.59 / s, Time until all torpidity is depleted: 00:05:58|
|KO: × 84; × 35; × 10; × 6; × 5; × 4; × 4; × 2|
|Torpidity-depletion: 2.08 / s, Time until all torpidity is depleted: 00:06:43|
This section describes how to fight against the Dodo.
The dodo is a very small bird that makes chirping noises as it strolls throughout the beach. Once attacked, it will attempt to flee. However, they may peck at you at random times, dealing 5 damage. They can easily be killed with any weapon or dinosaur.
Aiming for the head will triple the damage, causing the Dodo to be killed fairly quickly, if not instantly. Otherwise, aiming for the body will work. A single chomp by most carnivorous mounts (or a strike from a powerful herbivore) can kill them right away.
When hunting for dodos, throw a Spear at their head to kill them in one hit. Use any sufficient weapon that will kill them in one hit to prevent other dodos from running away.
Fists can do the job, but a Spear in the head will almost always kill a Dodo in 1 shot. A Slingshot (suggested if the player has not unlocked or have the materials for any type of Bow), or a Bow will finish off a dodo fairly quickly. Use a mount if you have one for an instant kill in most cases. Anything as strong or stronger than a Triceratops in terms of damage will kill a Dodo in 1 hit. But wasting arrows or spears on a Dodo is not advised.
It will run away from you at a fairly slow rate in an attempt to flee. If there are any carnivores nearby, be wary of them such carnivores like Raptors and Dilphosaurus spawn on the beach, otherwise the Dodo is an easy meal. The Dodo bird is not a danger. Killing them can be easily accomplished with your fists, and they only do about 5 damage per attack. But be wary that it's predators (Including the Apex Predator, but not ocean predators, Dimetrodon, Meganeura, or Lunar Biome creatures, Archaeopteryx, Amphibians, Oviraptor, Compy, Bosses, and Corrupted Creatures, plus ground brutes but not ocean brutes.) can simply rush towards you if it is in the aggro range from you.
The dodo's weakness is literally everything, The Dodo's primary weakness is its unwillingness to fight back (not the case on ARK: Survival Evolved Mobile, as it will occasionally defend itself if it is being attacked or if it's egg is stolen). The head is extremely easy to target, and as with most creatures, the most vulnerable body-part to damage. A thrown Spear or Stone Arrow in its head will usually take it down in one or two shots (but it is not advised to waste those resources on Dodos). Another weakness of the dodo is its speed. It moves so slowly, that an encumbered, injured beginner could easily keep pace with it.
Despite what is stated in the dossier, there are in fact many reasons why a Dodo should be considered as a worthy tame. Their broad utility is really quite surprising for such a simple, and early-on animal in gameplay, and they can continue to provide a positive result for your play-through experience even into the later stages of the game.
- Livestock: Because of the amount of eggs they produce, some tribes actually have Dodo farms; where they keep multiple tamed Dodos in an enclosed area, to collect any eggs they lay. While more demanding in effort, it is however, not necessary to use tamed Dodos in order to farm their eggs. To farm eggs with wild Dodos; build an open-roofed pen of wooden quality or higher that can be accessed through a door or a ladder, with enough space to air-drop the Dodo in with a flying mount. Proceed to collect multiple females (one male can be collected to help speed the process), then drop a tamed Oviraptor in that's set on wander, to spark egg production. The problem arises however, that wild dodos will wander out of their pens when the area de-renders. When it comes to farming tamed Dodos; they have one of the fastest breeding times of all creatures, making it easy to mass-produce them for both eggs and meat. Their fertilized eggs are very tolerant of fluctuating temperatures, and require almost no attention or temperature regulation to safely hatch in a temperate climate, such as the many beaches they can be found. Once born and given a little time to mature, a juvenile Dodo can yield a notable amount of Raw Prime Meat. Dodos also provide an excellent source of food for tamed Titanoboa; as said snakes will only eat eggs once tamed. The birds can keep up a reliable, steady supply to ensure the boas are well fed. Likewise, they are also a good source of eggs for taming Oviraptor, albeit their eggs are not the most effective compared to others, but they are more readily available.
- Easy hide for beginners: Dodos give off a small amount of hide, which can be a precious resource for beginners without any large predators for hunting. By killing a few dodos, a beginner can easily build up enough hide to make a bed, some bolas and some armour to allow them to progress further into the game.
- Tactical Warfare: While the notion of actually using a Dodo in a combat situation may at first seem laughable on the surface, they can actually fill many unique and surprising roles on the field of battle. Whether for the prospective raider, aspiring explorer, or staunch base defender; the Dodo can become a useful tool in anyone's creative arsenal.
- Target Practice: Who needs a training dummy when you can use your extra dodos to test your damage potential on live targets and get a small reward for it if their population gets out of control? Not much else needs to be said.
- Walking Bomb: C4 can be attached to a Dodo in large quantities and the Dodo can be set to wander, then air dropped into an enemy tribe's base. If the dodo is attacked by aggressively defending dinos, the C4 goes off and kills it, same with any player that attempts to melee the Dodo. If the dodo is shot and killed, you simply have to Detonate. If nobody stops the Dodo, you can detonate it at your leisure.
- Water Defense Probe: For a land animal, Dodos move remarkably fast in the water (Even non-leveled). Putting them on a boat, and sending them into an enemy base, via a water route, can give you an idea of their marine defenses, prior to an assault. This action however, has it's disadvantages; virtually anything in the water can kill the Dodo before it makes it to the base. It's recommended to check the surrounding water first for any wild predators. (Note that if you use Move-To, dodos are prone to swim for a distance, and then swim in circles, unsure of what to do, until you get within range to give them commands again.)
- Breach Alarm: Setting a Dodo on aggressive and placing it in your base makes for a good alarm; as any raiders or wild predators that make it into your base will have to kill it as a result, thus alarming you on your screen while on trips away from home.
- However their low torpidity and drag weight allows them to be easily knocked out or immobilized by players instead of killed effectively disabling the alarm
- Indoor Guard: likewise, dodos and other small tames can wander the inside areas of your base, and in enough numbers set to aggressive can provide a small surprise and delay for any unwelcome intruders in an environment where it’s not quite as easy to simply mow them all down. As a bonus effect this can double as an egg farm by compressing many dodos into a small area.
- Distraction: While seemingly an unimportant task, any predator that is eating your little flock of Dodos is not eating you. Whistle them to attack your target, run away, and tame a new flock. Good tactic for new players just getting their bearings.
- Living Storage: While not capable of holding a great amount of weight, Dodos make up for this by being able to hold onto a decent quantity of items in their inventory. They provide an excellent means of hanging on to any random items a survivor might want to keep early on in gameplay, and before storage boxes become available as a furnishing. Unlike their wooden storage counterparts however, Dodos can be picked up and moved if you feel you need to move your base location or adjust your build layout, which can happen quite often in early gameplay.
- ARK: Survival Evolved Mobile Utility: Dodos can preform quite different roles on the mobile version than they can in the standard game.
- Cultivator: In ARK: Survival Evolved Mobile, a Dodo of 2.6x size or larger can be equipped with a Dodo Cultivator Bit which gives it the ability to harvest Crops from foliage.
- Raider: In ARK: Survival Evolved Mobile, a Dodo of 3.0x size or larger can be equipped with a Dodo Decimation Bit which gives it the ability to destroy any structure tier and if the dodo is over 3.47x it can be used to stun mid sized dinos.
- In the dossier it says they are oblivious, but in real life, the island they lived on, Mauritius (found in the Indian Ocean), had no natural predators so they didn't know how to react to a hunter hence resulting in their death due to various factors : overhunting by the first Dutch settlers, pests like rats, which were accidentally brought on the Island by the first Dutch, would destroy the single egg laid and natural hazards also contributed to their downfall from one of the once most abundant animals to an extinct species.
- Their walking speed is terrible which makes it hard to move them around, most of them can't outrun players with only 100% speed. However, they have a decent swim speed which can be used to cover larger distances quicker.
- Since the v241, The best way to move them is to pick them up in your hands and toss them, but you can't hold a tool or weapons while doing so.
- In ARK: Fear Evolved, there is a zombie variant of the dodo that spawn near the DodoRex. This Zombie version is more aggressive and will attack the player.
- Dodos serve as the main mascot of ARK: Survival Evolved and appear on artwork and holiday events (most prominent ex: DodoRex)
- The Dodo is a vector of the Swamp Fever.
- Dodos are very easy to tame and their eggs are used to make kibble for both the Pteranodon and Ichthyosaurus, this gives young survivors/tribes easy access to quick flight and aquatic travel. Such access to both natural resources and supply beacons greatly increases one's capabilities. Even the strongest of tribes may begin with the simple Dodo!
- Despite not having a favored kibble when taming, like other creatures Dodos are no exception when imprinting. They occasionally desire one of the Kibbles from the imprinting kibble list as their 'Comfort Food'.
- If dodos are bred to extensive numbers it can cause server-performance issues.
- As of v1.1.16 (the Dodo TLC for ARK: Survival Evolved Mobile), Dodos can be bred for varying sizes. Tamed Dodos will randomly drop Dodo Feather on the ground which can be used to craft various items (the Dodos must be tamed after v1.1.16).
- Dodos of 1.56x size or larger drop Dodo Feather.
- Dodos of 0.8x size or larger cannot be shoulder mounted.
- Dodos of 1.4x size or larger cannot be picked up.
- Dodos of 2.4x size or larger can be ridden.
- Dodos of 1.86x size or larger will get a "Rage" buff that enables them to deal double damage and gain double speed when they are whistled to attack a target. They also receive an Alpha glow.
- Dodos of 3.47x size are able to perform a "smash" where they will slam themselves onto the ground and stun any Creatures in the area.
- 0.6x size is the minimum Dodo size.
- 3.5x size is the maximum Dodo size.
- Dodos of 2.0x size and above have a maturation speed of about 3 days.
- Dodos of 3.0x size and above have a maturation speed of about a week.
- Dodos may gain or lose up to .1x size when bred, though it is possible to get a size mutation, and Dodos may gain or lose up to .4x size.
- Real Dodos were a social bird that lived in flocks, Ark's Dodos can be found together but they can also be found alone.
- Dodos used to sometimes attack the player that was attacking them in the early release version.
- Dodos make decent beginner's melee guardians. A pack of 10-15 can kill a Raptor easily. (Level Health and Damage)
- Along with Chibi-Pulmonoscorpius, Chibi-Dodo is the only Chibi-Pet to not have an oversized head.
|221.0||Added the ZomDodo, DodoRex, and the DodoRex Mask Skin for the ARK: Fear Evolved event|
|223.0||Added the creature "fur" pass to make hair and feathers look better|
|225.1||The DodoRex dossier is now given when claiming it|
|237.0||Added the Bunny Dodo for the ARK: Eggcellent Adventure event|
|237.1||Summoned DodoRex is now auto-tamed and doesn't run forward forever|
|241.0||You can now pickup and throw the Dodo|
|242.3||Other than humans, only tamed Dodos can transmit Swamp Fever now|
|249.0||Added the Dodo Wyvern and the DodoWyvern Mask Skin for the ARK: Fear Evolved 2 event|
|256.0||New sound effects for the Dodo|
|275.0 Aberration Expansion Release||Added the Aberrant Dodo|