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Pachycephalosaurus Egg
Pachycephalosaurus Egg.png
Tremendously nourishing by itself, this egg provides simple nutritional value in many cooking recipes.

Eat it to gain tremendous nourishment, or use it in recipes, or...

Consumable (values pertain to Humans)
Type Egg
Food 35
Health 35
Stamina 35
Egg size Small
Spoils in 8h
Item
Weight 7.0
Stack Size 100
Decomposes in 30m
Added in v207.0
Spawn Command
cheat giveitemnum 413 1 0 0
or
cheat giveitem "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/Test/PrimalItemConsumable_Egg_Pachy.PrimalItemConsumable_Egg_Pachy'" 1 0 0
Variant Fertilized Pachycephalosaurus Egg
cheat giveitem "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/Test/PrimalItemConsumable_Egg_Pachy_Fertilized.PrimalItemConsumable_Egg_Pachy_Fertilized'" 1 0 0
Crafting
Used to craft 1 item

The Pachycephalosaurus Egg is one of the Eggs in ARK: Survival Evolved.

OverviewEdit

Pachycephalosaurus Eggs are randomly dropped by   Pachys. They can be eaten or used to make   Simple Kibble for taming   Archaeopteryx,   Diplocaulus,   Gallimimus,   Giant Bee,   Ichthyosaurus,   Iguanodon,   Megaloceros,   Morellatops,   Pachy,   Raptor, and   Triceratops. On ARK: Survival Evolved Mobile, they can be used to make   Kibble (Pachy Egg) for taming Paracers.

After two   Pachys mate, the resulting egg can be hatched into a baby   Pachy.

Grabbing an egg in the presence of wild   Pachys will cause them to become hostile and attack the survivor.

Super Fertilized Egg (Mobile)Edit

  Main article:   Super Fertilized Egg  

  This section is about a feature exclusively available on Mobile

  Super Fertilized Pachycephalosaurus Eggs are a type of Pachycephalosaurus Egg exclusive to ARK: Survival Evolved Mobile.

These Eggs can be obtained after a female   Pachy with a   Herbivore Pheromone applied has laid one. They will hatch quicker than normal Pachycephalosaurus Eggs and the baby   Pachy will have better stats when it has hatched.

They can also be used to craft   Super Kibble (Pachy Egg), which will   tame Creatures faster and with more taming effectiveness.