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Kibble
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Consumable (values pertain to Humans)
Type
Kibble
ระยะเวลาย่อยสลาย
3d
Weight
0.1
Stack size
100
Decomposes in
2m
Added in
v186.0
Crafting time
30s
Crafted in
  • Cooking Pot
  • Industrial Cooker
  • TEK Kibble Processor (ARK: Survival Evolved Mobile)
Purchase (Mobile)
Purchase yields
3 pieces
Purchased in
 Chef Station (ARK: Survival Evolved Mobile)
Cost
50 ×  Mixes (ARK: Survival Evolved Mobile)

Kibble are food items used to tame creatures more quickly and with higher affinity, allowing players to save time and end up with better stats on their tamed pet.

The Kibble system was reworked with the ARK: Homestead update and is currently available on every platform excluding the Mobile and Nintendo Switch versions. Instead of Kibbles based on eggs, the Kibbles are replaced by quality-based types:  Basic,  Simple,  Regular,  Superior,  Exceptional, and  Extraordinary. The egg-based Kibbles are still in the game and are able to be used; Additionally they are categorized into one of the 6 quality-based types.

All  Eggs (excluding insect eggs, like  Araneo Egg or  Moth Egg) now have a size and can be used to create a corresponding quality-based Kibble.

In the Mobile and Nintendo Switch versions, most Creatures have a preferred egg-based Kibble that tames the Creature with the greatest taming efficiency and effectiveness. However, using a Kibble that is not preferred by the Creature is even worse than taming with Raw Meat or Berries.

Usage

Kibble can be used as food when taming a creature. Although all Kibble types will technically work to tame all creatures, certain kibbles will work better for certain creatures. Using the wrong kibble will take longer in the best case, but can also be only 2/3 as effective as using the creature's regular food and will instead decrease the taming effectiveness.

Creatures prefer at least one specific class of kibble, but accept also kibbles of a higher class, e.g.  Argentavis can most effectively be tamed with  Superior Kibble and better, but  Basic,  Simple, and  Regular class have worse results than meat.

The order of effectiveness (in terms of taming duration) in food for taming creatures is:

Food Taming Speed 1 Taming Effectiveness
 Preferred Kibble class or better 5x Speed ★★★★★
 Raw Mutton 3.8x Speed ★★★★☆
 Raw Prime Meat 3x Speed ★★★☆☆
 Spoiled Meat 2x Speed ★★★☆☆ 2
 Cooked Prime Meat /  Prime Meat Jerky 1.5x Speed ★★☆☆☆
 Raw Meat 1x Speed ★☆☆☆☆
 Cooked Meat /  Cooked Meat Jerky 1x Speed ☆☆☆☆☆
 Crops 1x Speed ★★★☆☆
 Mejoberries 1x Speed ★★☆☆☆
 Other Berries 1x Speed ★☆☆☆☆
 Other Kibble 0.66x Speed ☆☆☆☆☆
  1. Speed values are outdated, just use it as a rough overview
  2. Scorpions, Dung Beetles, Spiders, Vultures, and Karkinos only

The food value of a Kibble depends on the Creature and the type of food. For Kibble it varies between 20 and 135. Non-favorite kibbles gives only 1/8 of the taming progress than the favorite kibbles.

Kibble is also used for imprinting baby dinos. During care, they may want to be hand fed a randomly selected kibble, including any kibble that is not their species' preferred food. For this reason, having as many types of kibble as possible will allow the imprinting rate to increase.

Recipes

Learning an Engram is not necessary to create kibbles and there are no Engrams available for them, instead recipes are found throughout the world. Follow the same instructions as when cooking with a  Cooking Pot or  Industrial Cooker.

In addition to the ingredients listed below, all kibble recipes require a  Waterskin with at least 25% water in it (any other Water-container works, but will be completely used up regardless of capacity).

When creating Kibbles in an  Industrial Cooker which is hooked up to a water irrigation system, no waterskin or other water-container is necessary.

Fertilized eggs can also be used to make Kibble. Breeding creatures is a great way to generate eggs on-demand.

Cooking these kibbles requires a lit Cooking Pot so in addition you need fuel for the fire. It takes 30 seconds to cook 1 kibble in a Cooking Pot.

See also  Egg for a list of eggs and their size.

Table of new Kibble

Creatures

The following Kibbles are used to tame the dinos listed below them.

 Basic Kibble
  • Dilo
  • Dodo
  • Kairuku
  • Mesopithecus
  • Parasaur
  • Tek Parasaur
  • Phiomia
  • Maewing
 Simple Kibble
  • Archaeopteryx
  • Diplocaulus
  • Gallimimus
  • Giant Bee
  • Ichthyosaurus
  • Iguanodon
  • Megaloceros
  • Morellatops
  • Pachy
  • Raptor
  • Tek Raptor
  • Triceratops
  • Maewing
 Regular Kibble
  • Angler
  • Ankylosaurus
  • Baryonyx
  • Beelzebufo
  • Carbonemys
  • Carnotaurus
  • Dimetrodon
  • Diplodocus
  • Doedicurus
  • Equus
  • Gigantopithecus
  • Ichthyornis
  • Kaprosuchus
  • Kentrosaurus
  • Lymantria
  • Pelagornis
  • Pteranodon
  • Scorpion
  • Purlovia
  • Sabertooth
  • Sarco
  • Stegosaurus
  • Tek Stegosaurus
  • Terror Bird
  • Thorny Dragon
  • Velonasaur
  • Maewing
 Superior Kibble
  • Allosaurus
  • Argentavis
  • Castoroides
  • Daeodon
  • Dire Bear
  • Direwolf
  • Gasbags
  • Dunkleosteus
  • Mammoth
  • Megalodon
  • Megalosaurus
  • Megatherium
  • Paracer
  • Plesiosaur
  • Snow Owl
  • Tapejara
  • Woolly Rhino
  • Maewing
 Exceptional Kibble
 Extraordinary Kibble
Standalone
  • Achatina
  • Araneo
  • Arthropluera
  • Basilisk
  • Bulbdog
  • Chalicotherium
  • Coelacanth
  • Compy
  • Dimorphodon
  • Dung Beetle
  • Electrophorus
  • Featherlight
  • Gacha
  • Glowtail
  • Hesperornis
  • Hyaenodon
  • Jerboa
  • Liopleurodon
  • Lystrosaurus
  • Manta
  • Mantis
  • Microraptor
  • Moschops
  • Onyc
  • Otter
  • Oviraptor
  • Ovis
  • Pachyrhino
  • Pegomastax
  • Phoenix
  • Piranha
  • Procoptodon
  • Ravager
  • Reaper
  • Rock Drake
  • Roll Rat
  • Sabertooth Salmon
  • Shinehorn
  • Forest Titan
  • Desert Titan
  • Ice Titan
  • Titanosaur
  • Titanoboa
  • Trilobite
  • Tusoteuthis
  • Vulture
  • Wyvern

Kibble Taming Chart

An overview of the Kibble system.

Kibble system as of v297.35

An overview of Kibble taming requirements and taming in general.

Resources needed for taming as of v297

Using as regular food

Kibble can be used as regular food for tamed dinos. Kibble takes 3 days to spoil, which makes it last longer than most other food types. It also stacks to 100 and weighs little compared to other foods. Kibble can last for very long periods of time when stacked and preserved in a Preserving Bin or Refrigerator (Refrigerator is recommended as the spoilage time is greatly increased).

The amount of food per kibble depends on the type of kibble and whether the kibble is preferred by a particular dino. Most dinos gain 80 food from their preferred kibble, even if other dinos would gain more. There are exceptions; for instance, Daeodons gain 120 food from their preferred kibble (Iguanadon/Superior), which normally only gives 90. Aside from being preferred by a dino, kibbles will give either 60 or 90 food per kibble. Kibbles that give 90 food generally require Prime Meat Jerky and as of v257 are: Ankylo, Araneo, Archaeopteryx, Argentavis, Ichthyornis, Iguanodon, Kaprosuchus, Mantis, Megalosaurus, Microraptor, Moth, Oviraptor, Pulminoscorpius, Quetzal, Rex, Spino, Stego, and Tapejara. All other kibbles give 60 food, unless preferred, of course.

Due to these traits, using Kibble as regular food can be useful on some occasions. Like when leaving your creatures behind for long periods of time, as you have to fill the creatures' inventories less often.

However, farming Eggs is still very time consuming and expensive, so generally it is not recommended to use as regular Dino food. When using Kibble for this purpose, it is advised to use Kibble types that are easy to make, like the Basic Kibble.

In Mobile

Recipes (Mobile)

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Although these Kibbles are no longer craftable for PC and Console, they are still craftable in ARK: Survival Evolved Mobile. They can be crafted in the  Cooking Pot,  Industrial Cooker, or the  TEK Kibble Processor.

The value of the Kibble is used to determined the necessary amount of Kibble needed when using the  TEK Kibble Processor, and the Crafting yield.

In-game recipe for kibbles in general

Table of kibbles

Creatures (Mobile)

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Dilophosaur
 
Dilophosaur
 
Doedicurus
 
Dire Bear
 
Ankylo
 
Carnotaurus
 
Triceratops
 
Sarco
 
Stegosaurus
 
Argentavis
 
Spino
 
Megalodon
 
Equus
 
Pachy
 
Paraceratherium
 
Direwolf
Pulmonoscorpius
 
Pulmonoscorpius
 
Plesiosaur
 
Mosasaurus
 
Castoroides
 
Rex
 
Quetzal
 
Dimetrodon
 
Gallimimus
 
Terror Bird
 
Woolly Rhino
 
Beelzebufo
 
Giganoto
Dodo
 
Dodo
 
Ichthyosaurus
 
Pteranodon
 
Carbonemys
 
Brontosaurus
 
Sabertooth
 
Mesopithecus
Titanoboa
 
Titanoboa
 
Gigantopithecus
 
Dunkleosteus
Lystrosaurus
 
Lystrosaurus
 
Diplodocus
 
Allosaurus
 
Tapejara
 
Kaprosuchus
Compy
 
Compy
 
Iguanodon
 
Daeodon
 
Pelagornis
 
Archaeopteryx
 
Diplocaulus
Dimorphodon
 
Dimorph
 
Megaloceros
Kairuku
 
Kairuku
 
Angler
Moschops
 
Moschops
 
Purlovia
Oviraptor
 
Oviraptor
 
Megalosaurus
 
Therizinosaur
 
Basilosaurus
Pachyrhinosaurus
 
Pachyrhino
 
Baryonyx
 
Megatherium
Parasaur
 
Parasaur
 
Raptor
 
Mammoth
Royal Griffin
 
Royal Griffin
 
Royal Griffin
 
Unicorn
Standalone
 
Achatina
 
Arthro
 
Chalico
 
Dung Beetle
 
Liopleurodon
 
Manta
 
Onyc
 
Phiomia
 
Procoptodon
 
Titanosaur

Super Kibble (Mobile)

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 Super Kibble is a type of Kibble exclusive to ARK: Survival Evolved Mobile.

These Kibbles can be crafted in a  Cooking Pot or in an  Industrial Cooker by substituting the normal  Egg with a  Super Fertilized Egg. They can be used to tame Creatures faster and with greater  Taming effectiveness.

Notes

  • When using Kibble to passive tame by placing it in the last slot of your hotbar, be aware that if a Pegomastax steals it, it will eat the entire stack!
  • If you are trying to make kibble and nothing is being produced with correct ingredients, try making a cooking pot or industrial cooker. Some updates render a crafting station disfunctional in a way.
  • Kibble used to not work on the official Primitive + mod, but now works as intended.
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