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Most of the creatures I’ve encountered here have endured thanks to their great size, strength, or ferocity. But the fjordhawk gets by on its wits and by scavenging. The bird also seems to have an almost preternatural ability to predict and avoid danger. Fjordhawks follow predators (and survivors) from on high, watching for their moment to swoop in and snatch up an easy meal.
Tamed fjordhawks are surprisingly playful, and their favorite game is fetch. Indulge your bird with this play and a bit of patience, and you’ll reap the rewards. Just point out a target, and your fjordhawk will fly off to retrieve it for you. A well-trained fjordhawk can locate injured prey and communicate its find to you. These clever birds will bond with humans as wholeheartedly as any canine or primate, in a way uniquely suited to this time and place. If you should meet with some grave misfortune, your fjordhawk will immediately fly off with as many of your belongings as it can carry. As soon as you’re respawned by the ARK, your friend will track you down and return your equipment to you!
Barely anything is actually known about how this creature is going to behave.
Color Scheme and Regions
The Fjordhawk's information is currently unknown, because it is unreleased and not yet in the game.
Base Stats and Growth
This section describes how to fight against the Fjordhawk.
It is unknown how the Fjordhawk will be tamed as it’s unreleased content.
- It has been announced by the Community Crunch 297.
- The Fjordhawk's latin name likely refers to Veðrfölnir, a hawk from Norse mythology that is perched in between an eagle's eyes.