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Disambig.pngThis article is about the process of taming a creature. For the uses of a tamed creature, see Domestication.

How to Tame a Dinosaur

Creatures on the island can be tamed and used for various purposes. Uses for tamed animals include riding, item transportation, storage, hunting, harvesting, resource production, and defending property while you are offline. Items placed in a tamed creature's inventory usually take much longer to spoil than they would otherwise.

Taming Basics[]

Knock-out Taming (KO)[]

  1. First, render the creature unconscious. This can be achieved through the following methods:
    • Punching the creature with your bare hands. This is the most basic, albeit least effective, way to knock out dinos, and lowers your health.
    • Using a Slingshot, Wooden Club, Electric Prod, Bow/ Crossbow/ Compound Bow with Tranquilizer Arrow, Harpoon Launcher with Tranq Spear Bolts, or Longneck Rifle with Tranquilizer Dart or Shocking Tranquilizer Dart. Crossbows/Bows/Rifles with Higher damage will result in more Torpor per shot. The Crossbow and Harpoon Launcher can be used underwater.
    • Stinging the creature with a Scorpion
    • Head-butting the creature with a Pachy
    • Licking the creature with a Beelzebufo
    • Kicking the creature with an Equus or Unicorn
    • Shocking and biting the creature with an Electrophorus
    • Biting the creature with a Basilisk or Titanoboa
    • Punching the creature when unconscious can make its Torpor stay up, but you will lose taming effectiveness.
  2. Once the creature is unconscious, open its inventory and feed it an appropriate food item by dragging food into its inventory and waiting for the creature to eat it. The food needed to tame it will vary based on the creature you are trying to tame. Keep plenty of food in the animal's inventory while taming; if the creature runs out of food, the taming bar will begin to go down until it gets more food. Force feeding them anything other than Narcoberries or Narcotic will fill their hunger but will not affect the taming bar, effectively making the tame take longer.
    • Every time the animal raises its head to eat, the Taming bar increases. Herbivores will eat Berries when their hunger falls 20 points (30 points for mejo berries) and Crops when it falls 40 points. Carnivores will eat Raw Prime Meat, Cooked Prime Meat, Raw Meat, Cooked Meat, Raw Fish Meat, Cooked Fish Meat, Raw Prime Fish Meat, Cooked Prime Fish Meat, Spoiled Meat or Cooked Meat Jerky when their hunger falls 50 points. All applicable creatures will eat Kibble when their hunger falls 80 points (for a few creatures it is 135, 120, 53.3, 25, or 20). For other food see the table in the section Taming Effectiveness.
    • If a creature's preferred food is in its inventory, they will wait for their hunger to decrease enough for them to eat it, even if other food is present.
    • Royal Griffin will only eat food in its inventory while unconscious if the survivor that knocked it out meets its requirement to be respected.
  3. Keep the creature unconscious throughout the process. The Unconscious bar decreases with the creature's Torpor, and can be refilled with Narcoberries or Narcotic. Narcoberries will raise torpor by 8 points over 3 seconds, and Narcotic will raise it by 40 points over 16 seconds. It also stops the creature's fight against the torpor in this time, so torpor will not fall in addition to the raising. The creature will not voluntarily eat these items, and so they must be force fed by hitting the use-key (, Y, Triangle) in the creatures inventory when hovering over the item.

Non-Violent Taming (NV)[]

The following creatures are currently tamed nonviolently: Araneo, Arthropluera, Basilosaurus, Chalicotherium, Dung Beetle, Giant Bee, Gigantopithecus, Hyaenodon, Ichthyosaurus, Lystrosaurus, Manta, Mesopithecus, Moschops, Onyc, Otter (on Mobile), Vulture and Mantis. Diplodocus can be tamed with both methods.

  1. Put the food you plan to feed to the creature in the far-right slot of your hotbar.
    • Araneo prefers Spoiled Meat over Raw Meat
    • Arthropluera prefers Broth of Enlightenment over Spoiled Meat and Raw Meat
    • Basilosaurus prefers Exceptional Kibble over Meat and Fish
    • Chalicotherium takes Beer (also Stimberries but with extremely low effectiveness)
    • Diplodocus prefers Regular Kibble over Crops and Berries
    • Dung Beetle prefers Feces over Spoiled Meat
    • Giant Bee prefers Simple Kibble over Rare Flower
    • Gigantopithecus prefers Regular Kibble over Berries
    • Ichthyosaurus prefers Simple Kibble over Meat and Fish
    • Lystrosaurus prefers Rare Flower over Crops and Berries
    • Manta takes AnglerGel
    • Mantis prefers Deathworm Horn over Woolly Rhino Horn
    • Mesopithecus prefers Basic Kibble over Berries
    • Moschops asks randomly for Tintoberry, Mejoberry, Giant Bee Honey, Organic Polymer, Rare Mushroom, Rare Flower, Raw Prime Meat, Cooked Prime Meat, Prime Meat Jerky, Raw Prime Fish Meat, Cooked Prime Fish Meat, or Cooked Lamb Chop
    • Onyc takes Meat and Fish
    • Otter takes Raw Fish Meat (on Mobile)
    • Vulture prefers Spoiled Meat over Raw Meat
    • Charge Light-specific dino ( Bulbdog, Shinehorn, Featherlight, Glowtail) prefers Plant Species Z Seed (Aberration), but takes in their specific Mushroom.
    • Crystal Wyvern prefers Primal Crystal (Crystal Isles) over Crystal
  2. Approach the creature and press the use key (default: , Y, Triangle) to feed it when prompted.
  1. Wait for the creature to become hungry enough to eat again. This can take varying amounts of time depending on the creature in question and the food you are feeding it.
  2. Repeat this process until the taming bar is filled.

Note that the first instance of food you feed to the creature is akin to knocking it unconscious with a violent tame - it binds the tame to the Survivor (or their tribe) and the creature's hunger will begin decreasing. At this point - the taming effectiveness and taming progress will not begin to diminish unless the creature starts taking damage (i.e. enters combat or starts dying of starvation). The initial delay between the first and second feedings compared to all subsequent feedings is also greater. Once fed a second time, progress will begin to reset if you take too long to feed. Moving too far away before a second feeding will also un-bind the tame - resetting everything (although its food may take a few moments to update). As with violent tames, you can bulk-feed a starved creature with an approximately 5-10 second delay between feedings. Due to the complete reset if you move too far away and the fact most long-duration non-violent tames don't have sufficient food to be substantially starved: this trick is only really helpful for taming skittish Ichthys or monkeys .

Unique Non-Violent Taming[]

Some dino must be tamed with unique methods.

With the exception of Hyaenodon, Liopleurodon, Phoenix, and Troodon, they too follow the same process in waiting to become hungry enough to eat again.

* = Liopleurodon automatically disappears without a trace after 30 minutes. Tame only if you need its buff for the said duration period.

Fish Basket Non-Violent Taming[]

For more details, visit Fish Basket

With introduction to Aberration, it is possible to tame certain aquatic creatures using Fish Basket (which must be learned in Aberration map to utilize in other maps). While it requires time for the basket to set up, it can be utilized to capture and tame smaller creatures. Bear in mind it has a certain lifespan while being trapped; letting it "spoil" to zero will kill them. Creatures that have been tamed using the Fish Basket are considered force-tamed and don't behave normally.

Temporary Taming[]

Some creatures can be considered "temporarily tamed/commandable" (but not fully temporary tame like Liopleurodon or Titan), but either does not show up as part of the tribe (still rendered as wild), or are only interact-able as survivor.

Turret Taming[]

For certain creatures, such as the Titanosaur, Rock Elemental, Karkinos and Astrocetus, tranquilizers are ineffective. In order to inflict torpor on them, you will need to do damage to their head using a turret weapon. Because turrets themselves are immobile, one may have to mount said turret upon a platform saddle, usually the Bronto Platform Saddle, Paracer Platform Saddle, or Quetz Platform Saddle, or utilizing Unassembled TEK Hover Skiff (Genesis: Part 1). The most efficient weapon is the Cannon, as it's torpor-to-damage ratio will be the highest. Although you can also use the Rocket Launcher on Rock Elemental, and the Catapult Turret on the Karkinos. Although related, Rubble Golem can't be tamed.

* = Tamed Titanosaur will refuse to eat anything, and will not regain hunger through any methods and will eventually starve to death. But if the private server or single player runs with AllowRaidDinoFeeding setting it can be force-fed.

Raise-only Taming[]

Due to the nature of these creatures, they cannot be tamed as adults unlike most other creatures. In order to 'tame' the said creatures, they have to be raised from birth. Following creatures can only be tamed from birth.

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Top 16 Creatures To Tame First In Ark: Survival Evolved

Ark: Survival Evolved is one of the leading survival games out there. As with most survival games, you're going to die. A lot. One of the best ways to improve your survival odds is to start taming creatures.

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Depending on what you tame, they can give you many benefits: extra resources, help carrying resources, mobility, and even protection.  However, it can also be dangerous to try to tame creatures. To improve your odds, it's a good idea to start with easy tames and move to more complex and dangerous creatures.

Updated December 25th, 2020 by Lee Juckiewicz: With the exciting news of not only Ark 2 but the voice acting talents of Vin Diesel to go along with it, there's a reasonably good chance that the original game is going to see a surge of new players in the coming months. When you're starting out, it can be tricky to know what creatures to tame first, so we've added a few more to keep an eye out for.

16 Dodo

Dodos are about the easiest creatures to deal with on The Island. They are slow and not very dangerous. While you might be tempted to mostly kill them early on for a supply of meat and skin, consider taming one, too.

They act as mobile chests to increase your carrying ability and females can supply you with eggs, which can be used for kibble to tame other creatures. Knock it out with your fist or a club, and then put mejoberries in its inventory.

15 Lystrosaurus

Lystrosaurus is a common sight on the beaches of The Island. They're not very dangerous, and they're easy to tame. You don't have to knock them out, just feed them mejoberries. Or use rare flowers if you can find them.

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Once you have them tamed, they can add an XP bonus to you and your creatures. Plus, they act as mobile chests and provide you with eggs to make kibble. They're also loyal companions like dogs. If you're good,  you can even teach them tricks.

14 Dilophosaurus

In the early game, dilophosaurus is a terror. These small, fast, aggressive predators can kill you many times early on, so you might be reluctant to approach it to try to tame it early on. However, it's worth it.

Once they are on your side, dilophosaurs will use their speed, aggression, and poison to protect you and your camp. Early on, the easiest way to tame it is to hit it with a club to knock it out, then fill it with meat. You could also try to knock it out with your fists. If you have a slingshot or boomerang, you can also try to knock it out from a distance.

13 Carbonemys

These turtles are a relatively common sight on the beaches of The Island. They can seem like a dumb, easy kill, but the beach is practically littered with the bones of people who underestimated these creatures. They can be vicious when provoked and they are tough; so put that toughness to use.

Use a slingshot to knock it out. Start from a good distance and make sure you have a clear area behind you, because once you shoot it, it will come for you. But it's still a turtle so you can walk backwards and keep your distance as you knock it out. Then feed it mejoberries. You can technically ride these, but they're not the best mounts.

12 Parasaur

Once you've tamed the above creatures, it's time to really start improving your capacity. Parasaurs are large herbivores, and though they can be hard to kill in the early game, they are easy to tame. Once tamed, you can ride them and they can carry large amounts of supplies making them a favored early game pack mule.

Hopefully by this time, you've developed the bola, which will stun them and keep them from running away. Then knock them out with a slingshot or boomerang. The boomerang is better tool. It's faster and less likely to kill it.

11 Raptor

Your first encounter with a raptor will likely be terrifying. Partly this is learned from Jurassic Park, but it's partly earned. Raptors are fast, aggressive, and tough. Most of the time, you'll be happy to just escape from a raptor. But taming one is a big step toward moving up in the world of Ark, so you'll have to face it.

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Use a bola to stun it, then knock it out with the best tool you have. Toxic arrows and tranquilizer darts work best, but in a pinch you can use use a club, slingshot, or boomerang. Then give it meat. Mutton works best, but otherwise prime meat or regular meat will serve. Approach with your tame carbonemys for protection in case things go south.

10 Iguanodon

Iguanodons are good mounts, nice harvesters, and decent fighters. You can bola it and then knock it out with arrows. If you've already tamed a raptor, maybe you got a female and used its eggs to make simple kibble, which is a preferred feed and easy way to tame the iguanodon.

Otherwise, feed it crops if you have them or mejoberries. In addition to its harvesting ability, iguanodons lay medium eggs, which can be used to make kibble for taming some larger creatures.

9 Dimorphodon

With all the above creatures, you've developed a decent little army. Now it's time to add an air force. Dimorphodon is one of the easiest flying creatures to tame. Use a bola, and/or tranq arrows to knock them out of the sky, then feed them meat.

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Once tamed, dimorphodon is a great attacker, especially in packs. They can be especially helpful in PVP combat because they attack the rider, not the mount. Spyglass lets you see opponents and order attacks from a safe distance.

8 Ichthyosaurus

You've added an air force, so why not a navy? Taming this aquatic reptile is a great start to your water adventures. Ichthyosaurs are fast. Very fast. Few things can match them on land or under the water. Plus, they're stealthy and let you slip past many potential enemies.

You can't knock them out, but you can tame them by feeding them meat or fish. However, it's best if you can make some simple kibble, thanks to your raptor eggs. If you can't consider making an area to trap them so they don't wander off in the middle of taming.

7 Triceratops

A triceratops is a walking tank, which makes it a great addition to your army when you're ready to stop running from fights and begin starting them. The armored head makes for a challenge, so it's a good idea to find a high place to shoot from and hit them in the body until they're knocked out.

If you can craft a saddle, that's great. Otherwise, walk around with you as a defender and harvester . But once you do get a saddle, you will be able to ride around from a much safer position, exploring The island and taking on dangerous dinosaurs with relative ease. A high level triceratops is even a match for T-rexes! You're in the big leagues, now.

6 Otter

Equipping yourself for every environment on The Island can be a tricky task. While it’s easy enough to take off your cloth armor when you get too hot, it’s harder to have a good medium temperature that you can also add to without carrying around excess clothing.

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You can get around this by wearing an otter. And no, we don’t mean skinning the little cuties! Drag some whole fish out of the nearest body of water and keep that little fuzz ball fed until they’re cuddling up to you, and then carry them for a little bonus to your resistance to cold. Plus, they’re too adorable for words.

5 Argentavis

By now you’ve probably worked out that pteranodons are difficult to catch, and a little disappointing once you’ve got them. If you’re in the market for a new flying mount with a little more kick — or claw — and stamina, why not try for an argentavis? This baby can store so many resources on it!

There isn’t really a safe place to find one, but if you have some sturdy raptors to protect you head to the cliffs of the volcano (if you’ve hit lava you’ve gone too far). Take a lot of narcotics, and some prime meat if you have it. Your first argent will be your pride and joy, both as a hunter and a traveling companion.

4 Hesperornis

Although colloquially referred to as ‘murder penguins,’ a hesperornis is useful when you’re looking to tame some fancy creatures later on. They are, however, a little fiddly to tame. Though it’s ‘just’ a matter of bringing them live fish, if you get too close they’ll swim away at the speed of light — luring them into a pen so they don’t run off is your best bet.

Once tamed, your hesperornis will occasionally lay golden eggs, which can be ground down to make kibble. Kibble is the best taming food for any creature. They can also be fed to your tames for a little EXP boost.

3 Dimetrodon

Once it’s time to start breeding your existing creatures, you’ll quickly learn how hard it is to keep eggs at the right temperature. There are late level engrams that can help, or you can head to the swamp and tame a dimetrodon. Bring some meat and a bodyguard.

Resembling stubby-legged spinosauruses, these slow-moving creatures require a lot of narcotics to keep them unconscious but they’re invaluable in the long run. Leave them ‘sitting’ on eggs and like a good flask, they’ll keep them the perfect temperature to hatch.

2 Castoroides

If you’re paddling around in the rivers, you might see a beaver dam below the surface. You’ll find some wood, rare flowers, silica pearls, and cementing paste inside if you loot them, but you’ll also find the front teeth of an angry casteroides.

While casteroides can be a good source of early game pelt, they’re also a surprisingly effective combat mount. Decent on land and very quick in water, they are also excellent lumberjacks. Tame one with some berries or vegetables for a good mining buddy.

1 Anklyosaurus

So you’ve been beating away at those rocks with an axe and pick for hours, and you’re getting tired. Wouldn’t it be more fun if you had a friendly creature to do the work for you? Load yourself up on taming tools and go look for an anklyosaurus.

These clobbering dinosaurs are excellent miners of flint, crystal, metal, and obsidian, and their tail is a pretty good defense against low-lever predators. If you’re looking to improve the thatch walls of your first hut, you can’t go wrong with an anklyosaurus.

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Ark: Survival Evolved cheats and console commands

Living your best dino taming life can always be enhanced with Ark cheats. After all, what good is a sandbox if you can't play around? Ark cheats let you enter all sorts of console commands to enable god mode, level up, teleport, spawn items, instantly tame dinosaurs, unlock all engrams, and more. 

These Ark cheats are for singleplayer mode, or for multiplayer mode if you're the server admin (or if you've been given the server admin password). Otherwise you can't use them online. And if you're looking to further tweak your experience, check out our guide to the best Ark mods.

There are cheats for Ark: Genesis below as well that will work with the new dinosaurs and items added in Ark's most recent expansion pack.

How to use Ark cheats

You can access the console in Ark by pressing the Tab key—you'll see a narrow box open at the very bottom of your screen. That's where you'll be typing in the cheats. To close the console, press Tab again.

In singleplayer mode, just type the cheats to enable them. In multiplayer, if you have the admin password, you'll need to type 'EnableCheats <password>' before you can use cheats. Some cheats (while playing on a server) will require the prefix 'admincheat'. In singleplayer, you don't need to worry about a prefix. Just type them and press Enter.

The cheats are written in bold below (and they're not case-sensitive).

Ark cheats: Player commands

God - Toggles godmode, protects you from all damage (except drowning)
InfiniteStats - Refills health, stamina, oxygen, food, and water
GMBuff - Godmode plus infinitestats and additional experience points
EnemyInvisible - All creatures ignore you, even when attacked
LeaveMeAlone - Combines the cheats God, InfiniteStats and EnemyInvisible

ChangeSize<value> - Changes your size by this multiplier, the default value is 1
Fly - Lets you fly. Use 'Walk' to disable
Ghost - Activates noclip mode. Use 'Walk' to disable

GiveEngrams - Unlocks all crafting recipes
GiveEngramsTekOnly - Gives you all Tek engrams
GiveColors - Gives you a quantity of each dye

DoTame - Tames targeted dinosaur (if it's tamable)
ForceTame - Tames targeted dino, and dino is rideable even without saddle
ForceTameAOE <Radius> - Tames dinos in specified radius (default is 2000)

Ark cheats: Armor and Weapons

GiveArmorSet <Tier> <Quality>  - Gives you full armor set for the specified tier and equips it

Armor tiers options can be entered as a number or word, as follows:
0 (or Cloth)
1 (or Chitin)
2 (or Metal or Flak)
3 (or Tek)
And also Hide, Fur, Desert, Ghillie, Riot, Scuba, Hazard

Armor quality options are: Primitive, Ramshackle, Apprentice, Journeyman, Mastercraft, Ascendant, Alpha

GiveWeaponSet <Tier> <Quality>  - Gives you all weapons in specified tier

Weapon tier options can be entered as a number or word, and are as follows: 

0 (or Primitive): Bow, Pike, Spear, Bola
1 (or Basic) Assault Rifle, Shotgun, Longneck Rifle, Sword, Grenade
2 (or Advanced) Compound Bow,  Fabricated Sniper Rifle, Rocket Launcher, C4 Charge
3 (or Tek) Tek Grenade, Tek Rifle, Tek Railgun, Tek Sword

Weapon quality options are same as the options for armor, as listed above.

GiveItemSet <Tier> - Gives you all items in specified tier

Item tiers are can be a number or word, and are as follows:

0: 90 Cooked Meat, 200 Stimberry, 2 Waterskin
1: 2 Water Jar, 200  Stimberry, 90 Cooked Meat, 100 Medical Brew
2: 100 Medical Brew, 100 Energy Brew, 100 Cactus Broth, 60 Cooked Meat Jerky, 2 Canteen
3: 5 Shadow Steak Saute, 5 Enduro Stew, 5 Focal Chili, 5 Lazarus Chowder, 100 Medical Brew, 100 Energy Brew, 100 Cactus Broth, 90 Cooked Meat Jerky
Food: 30 Cooked Meat Jerky, 30 Prime Meat Jerky
Water: Canteen Refill
Brews: 100 Medical Brew, 100 Energy Brew

Ark Cheats: Spawn items

These commands allow you to give a specific item to yourself or another player. 

For a full list of Ark item ID numbers, see this list. 

GiveItem <BlueprintPath> <Quantity> <Quality> <ForceBlueprint>
GiveItemNum <ItemNum> <Quantity> <Quality> <ForceBlueprint>

GiveItemToPlayer <PlayerID> <BlueprintPath> <Quantity> <Quality> <ForceBlueprint>
GiveItemNumToPlayer <PlayerID> <ItemNum> <Quantity> <Quality> <ForceBlueprint>

Setting ForceBlueprint to 'true' or '1' will give the blueprint, while setting it to 'false' or '0' will add the item itself.

GiveResources - Add 50 units of each resource to you inventory.

Ark cheats: Dinosaurs

For Ark creature ID numbers, see this list.

Summon <type> - Spawns a specified creature at your location.
SummonTamed <type> - Spawns a tamed creature at your location.
GMSummon <"type"> <level> - Spawns a tamed creature of a set level
GiveDinoSet <tier> <quantity> - Spawns set of dinos with saddles.

Tier options can be entered as a number or word, as follows:

0: Raptor, Dilo, Trike
1: Raptor, Carnotaurus, Thylacoleo
2: Rex, Spino, Paracer, Therizinosaur
3: Rex, Rex with Tek Saddle, Daeodon, Yutyrannus, Therizinosaur
Flyers: Pteranodon, Tapejara with Tek Saddle, Argentavis, Quetzal
Mek: 3 Meks, one with each module
SiegeMek: Mek, M.S.C.M., Element, Cannon Shell (Extinction)
MissleMek: Mek, M.R.L.M., Element, Rocketpod
ShieldMek: Mek, M.D.S.M., Element
Argent: Argentavis
Extinction: Enforcer, Gasbags, Snow Owl, Gacha, Managarmr, Velonasaur

Ark cheats: Teleport

TPCoords <Lat> <Lon> <Altitude> - Moves you to a specified place instantly. You can find a list of Ark's coordinates here. There's also a map you can mouseover for coordinates here.
Teleport - Moves you forward until you collide with something
TeleportPlayerIDToMe <PlayerID> - Moves a specified player to you
TeleportPlayerNameToMe <PlayerName>  - Moves a specified player to you
TeleportToPlayer <PlayerID> - Moves you to a specified player

Ark cheats: Creative mode

Creative Mode removes weight restrictions and crafting requirements, unlocks all engrams, and grants godmore and infinitestats. Also lets you toggle flight by double-tapping your jump key.

GiveCreativeMode - Sets you in creative mode
GiveCreativeModeToTarget - Toggles creative mode for players you are targeting
GiveCreativeModeToPlayer <PlayerID>
- Toggles creative mode for a player using their ID

Ark cheats: Weather and time

These are pretty self-explanatory, and different expansions may have different cheats for weather.

The Island expansion:

starttime
stoptime
heatwave
coldfront
makeitrain
fogitup

Scorched Earth expansion: 

start_superheat
stop_superheat
start_sandstorm
stop_sandstorm
start_electricalstorm
stop_electricalstorm
start_rain
stop_rain 

Ragnarok expansion: 

start rain
stop rain
start electricalstorm
stop electricalstorm
start sandstorm
stop sandstorm
start superheat
stop superheat
start_volcano 

Aberration expansion: 

startquake
stopquake
 

Extinction expansion: 

start meteors

Ark: Genesis dinosaur cheats

There are new dinosaurs and creatures in Ark: Genesis. To summon them, use the Summon <type> or SummonTamed <type> command, and the bolded creature ID below.

For example, to summon a small ferox, you'd type:
summon shapeshifter_small_character_bp_c

Astrocetus:  spacewhale_character_bp_c  
Bloodstalker:  bogspider_character_bp_c
Small Ferox:  shapeshifter_small_character_bp_c  
Large Ferox:  shapeshifter_large_character_bp_c  
Magmasaur: cherufe_character_bp_c
Megachelon: giantturtle_character_bp_c
Insect Swarm: insectswarmchar_bp_c

Ark: Genesis item cheats

To spawn the new items in Ark: Genesis, enter the entire cheat below (for example, to spawn a fishing net, enter:

cheat gfi fishingnet 1 0 0

Tek Claws: cheat gfi claw 1 0 0
Tek Cruise Missile: cheat gfi cruise 1 0 0
Tek Shoulder Cannon: cheat gfi ShoulderCannon 1 0 0
Tek Alarm System: cheat gfi TekAlarm 1 0 0
Tek Hiover-Skiff: cheat gfi HoverSkiff 1 0 0
Tek Jump Pad: cheat gfi JumpPad 1 0 0

Shell Fragment: cheat gfi TurtleShell 1 1 0
Moeder Fang: cheat gfi Flag_EelBoss 1 1 0
VR Boss Fang: cheat gfi Flag_VRBoss 1 1 0
Ambergris: cheat gfi Ambergris 1 1 0
Golden Nugget: cheat gfi GoldenNugget 1 1 0
High Quality Pollen: cheat gfi HighQualityPollen 1 1 0
Golden Striped Megalodon Tooth: cheat gfi RetrieveMegTooth 1 1 0
Alpha X-Trike Skull: cheat gfi TrikeSkullHelmet_Retrieve 1 1 0

Fertilized X-Parasaur Egg: cheat gfi Egg_Para_Fertilized_Bog 1 1 0
Fertilized X-Raptor Egg: cheat gfi Egg_Raptor_Fertilized_Bog 1 1 0
Fertilized X-Spino Egg: cheat gfi Egg_Spino_Fertilized_Bog 1 1 0
Fertilized X-Tapejara Egg: cheat gfi Egg_Tapejara_Fertilized_Bog 1 1 0
Fertilized X-Argentavis Egg: cheat gfi Egg_Argent_Fertilized_Snow 1 1 0
Fertilized X-Yutyrannus Egg: cheat gfi Egg_Yuty_Fertilized_Snow 1 1 0
Fertilized X-Allosaurus Egg: cheat gfi Egg_Allo_Fertilized_Volcano 1 1 0
Fertilized X-Ankylosaurus Egg: cheat gfi Egg_Ankylo_Fertilized_Volcano 1 1 0
Fertilized X-Rex Egg: cheat gfi Egg_Rex_Fertilized_Volcano 1 1 0
Fertilized X-Trike Egg: cheat gfi Egg_Trike_Fertilized_Volcano 1 1 0
Bloodstalker Egg: cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_Egg_BogSpider 1 1 0
Fertilized Bloodstalker Egg: cheat gfi Egg_BogSpider_Fertilized 1 1 0
Megachelon Egg: cheat gfi PrimalItemConsumable_Egg_GiantTurtle 1 1 0
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All streaked, the beds creaked terribly, and the only chair in the room was so collapsed that one could just as well sit on the floor. There was no telephone, no TV, not even a radio, no hot water, let alone a bath or shower, in the corner behind the partition, like. In an antediluvian communal apartment, protruded the edge of a rusty sink with a tap worthy of a museum of the history of the dictatorship of the proletariat.

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