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Variant Aberrant Titanoboa
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Variant Titanoboa (Escort)
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Variant Titanoboa (Gauntlet)
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Variant Titanoboa (Retrieve)
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Basic Info[edit | edit source]
Dossier[edit | edit source]
Typically found within the Island's caves, Titanoboa exornantur is an aggressive creature that prefers dark, rocky areas. This extremely large snake, while being a member of the Titanoboa family, does not constrict its prey as most boas do. I believe this adaptation comes from coexisting with giant insects. However, the Titanoboa's venomous bite is so potent that it is known to paralyze far larger creatures.
Titanoboa has developed a strange coexistence with other creatures of the Island's caves.
Being immune to knockout poisons, and being unable to pierce the thick chitin of the insects, the species have learned to coexist. They often hunt large prey together.
As they appear immune to knockout poisons, Titanoboa exornantur is basically impossible to render unconscious. Because this crucial step can't be done, I'm convinced that Titanoboa are not tameable.
Behavior[edit | edit source]
Very aggressive, belligerent and relentless, the Titanoboa will pursue and attack most creatures (except other predators), which includes players who dare to approach one. Caves offer a safe location for Titanoboas to mingle with other creatures. They are also found in swamps, where they will attack whatever they can sink their fangs into. Although not amphibious like the Beelzebufo or the Sarcosuchus, they are adept at swimming. The attack of a Titanoboa increases Torpor, which can neutralize incoming players who are unable to fight this crippling game mechanic.
Titanoboa are an important part of the game. They drop eggs that are used to make Titanoboa Kibble, which is used for the Gigantopithecus, the Thylacoleo, and the Dunkleosteus, and they are also used to make Superior Kibble, which is used for the Managarmr. These eggs are pearly white, so they stand out in a swamp environment. The eggs are incredibly rare, so players often launch egg raids on the swamp. This exposes them to the Titanoboa's deadly attacks, which can foil any egg raid with a few bites.
Appearance[edit | edit source]
The Titanoboa is a constrictor snake of immense size, dwarfing even the largest anacondas. Thick and bulky, they are found in sizeable numbers in the island's swamps, ambushing prey from the shallows and crushing it between its coils; they are also found in large caves, where their apparent immunity to invertebrate toxins protects them from the caves' other denizens. Their bulk precludes them from the attention of most predators, but if threatened the giant snake will flare a frill about its neck and strike out, biting with several rows of recurved, needle-like teeth.
Color Scheme and Regions[edit | edit source]
This section displays the Titanoboa's natural colors and regions. For demonstration, the regions below are colored red over an albino Titanoboa. The colored squares shown underneath each region's description are the colors that the Titanoboa will randomly spawn with to provide an overall range of its natural color scheme. Hover your cursor over a color to display its name and ID.
Server admins can use this region information in the Console Command
cheat SetTargetDinoColor <ColorRegion> <ColorID>.
cheat SetTargetDinoColor 0 6 would color the Titanoboa's "body" magenta.
Frill Middle Line 1
Frill Middle Line 2
Frill Middle Line 3
Body Accent and Inner Frill
Drops[edit | edit source]
- Special Loot
Titanoboa Venom has a chance of 30% to drop.
Base Stats and Growth[edit | edit source]
Note that creatures will have different stats in Survival of the Fittest
|Attribute||Amount at Level 1||Increase per point||Taming Bonus|
1Percentages are based on the value of the stat the moment the creature was tamed (after taming effectiveness)
2The absolute Base Damage is shown here instead of the percentage.
3Wild creatures do not level up movement speed
4Torpidity increases every level on wild creatures, but can not be increased once they are tamed.
5The Titanoboa is incapable of drowning.
|Movement Type||Base Speed||Sprinting||Stamina Used|
- These are the base speeds of the creature at 100% Movement Speed
- For a comparison of the speeds of all creatures, see Base Creature Speeds
|Main Attack||Tranquilized||The target's Torpor will increase by 3x the damage dealt over 10 seconds. This effect stacks.|
|Melee||Stamina Cost||Attack Range||Description|
|Attack Type||Damage||Projectile Values||Torpor Values||Status Effect: Stamina||Status Effect: Torpidity|
|Life||Impulse||Radius||Base||Mult||Duration||Damage Mult||Amount||Duration||Damage Mult||Amount|
Wild Stats Level-up
Type in values of a wild creature to see on which stats it's emphasized. Green values on a high-level creature are very good for breeding. If you have already tamed your creature you can try to recover the breeding-stats with an external tool.
The stat-calculator does not work in the mobile-view, see here for alternatives: Apps
Note that after the creature is tamed it gets bonuses on some stats depending on the taming effectiveness. This makes it hard to retrieve the levels on a tamed creature, so this tool is only for wild ones, but gives a first impression, how well the stats are distributed.
Taming[edit | edit source]
To tame the Titanoboa you have to drop a fertile egg near it, while it is not distracted in any way (it doesn't work if the Titanoboa is aggroed to attacking something, including your character). The Titanoboa will "attack" the egg and eat it, gaining taming progress. The ancestry (e.g. the levels of the parents) of each fertilized egg will not affect the taming speed.
The best way is to drop the egg from above while riding a flying mount. But drop the egg from your own inventory, for when you drop the egg from the mount's inventory, the Titanoboa will ignore it.
All eggs have to be fertilized, non-fertilized eggs will not work. The eggs in the following tables are representing all egg-types of their group. The other eggs belonging to the same group are listed below the tables. All eggs in a group have the same taming-effects. Once the Titanoboa is tamed, it will only eat eggs as a source of food(similar to the Achatina with vegetable cakes), the eggs do not need to be fertilized.
|Level 1||Feeding Interval||Time|
|Fertilized Giganotosaurus Egg||6||09:00||0:45:01|
|Fertilized Bronto Egg||7||07:17||0:43:46|
|Fertilized Dimetrodon Egg||8||05:43||0:40:01|
|Fertilized Allosaurus Egg||12||03:45||0:41:16|
|Fertilized Camelsaurus Egg||15||03:00||0:42:12|
|Fertilized Baryonyx Egg||19||02:18||0:41:34|
|Fertilized Oviraptor Egg||22||01:57||0:41:16|
|Fertilized Ankylo Egg||26||01:37||0:40:38|
|Fertilized Archaeopteryx Egg||32||01:17||0:40:01|
|Level 30||Feeding Interval||Time|
|Fertilized Giganotosaurus Egg||13||08:07||1:37:31|
|Fertilized Bronto Egg||15||06:41||1:33:46|
|Fertilized Dimetrodon Egg||19||05:16||1:35:01|
|Fertilized Allosaurus Egg||27||03:34||1:32:49|
|Fertilized Camelsaurus Egg||33||02:54||1:32:49|
|Fertilized Baryonyx Egg||42||02:14||1:31:53|
|Fertilized Oviraptor Egg||49||01:54||1:31:53|
|Fertilized Ankylo Egg||59||01:35||1:32:12|
|Fertilized Archaeopteryx Egg||73||01:16||1:31:16|
|Level 60||Feeding Interval||Time|
|Fertilized Giganotosaurus Egg||20||07:53||2:30:01|
|Fertilized Bronto Egg||23||06:32||2:23:46|
|Fertilized Dimetrodon Egg||29||05:10||2:25:01|
|Fertilized Allosaurus Egg||42||03:31||2:24:23|
|Fertilized Camelsaurus Egg||52||02:52||2:26:16|
|Fertilized Baryonyx Egg||66||02:13||2:24:23|
|Fertilized Oviraptor Egg||77||01:53||2:24:23|
|Fertilized Ankylo Egg||92||01:34||2:23:46|
|Fertilized Archaeopteryx Egg||115||01:15||2:23:46|
|Level 90||Feeding Interval||Time|
|Fertilized Giganotosaurus Egg||27||07:47||3:22:31|
|Fertilized Bronto Egg||32||06:27||3:20:01|
|Fertilized Dimetrodon Egg||40||05:07||3:20:01|
|Fertilized Allosaurus Egg||58||03:29||3:19:23|
|Fertilized Camelsaurus Egg||70||02:51||3:16:53|
|Fertilized Baryonyx Egg||90||02:12||3:16:53|
|Fertilized Oviraptor Egg||105||01:53||3:16:53|
|Fertilized Ankylo Egg||126||01:34||3:16:53|
|Fertilized Archaeopteryx Egg||158||01:15||3:17:31|
|Level 120||Feeding Interval||Time|
|Fertilized Giganotosaurus Egg||34||07:43||4:15:01|
|Fertilized Bronto Egg||40||06:24||4:10:01|
|Fertilized Dimetrodon Egg||50||05:06||4:10:01|
|Fertilized Allosaurus Egg||73||03:29||4:10:57|
|Fertilized Camelsaurus Egg||89||02:50||4:10:19|
|Fertilized Baryonyx Egg||114||02:12||4:09:23|
|Fertilized Oviraptor Egg||133||01:53||4:09:23|
|Fertilized Ankylo Egg||160||01:34||4:10:01|
|Fertilized Archaeopteryx Egg||200||01:15||4:10:01|
|Level 150||Feeding Interval||Time|
|Fertilized Giganotosaurus Egg||41||07:41||5:07:31|
|Fertilized Bronto Egg||49||06:22||5:06:16|
|Fertilized Dimetrodon Egg||61||05:05||5:05:01|
|Fertilized Allosaurus Egg||88||03:28||5:02:31|
|Fertilized Camelsaurus Egg||108||02:50||5:03:46|
|Fertilized Baryonyx Egg||138||02:12||5:01:53|
|Fertilized Oviraptor Egg||161||01:53||5:01:53|
|Fertilized Ankylo Egg||194||01:34||5:03:08|
|Fertilized Archaeopteryx Egg||242||01:15||5:02:31|
Note that the values are for optimal cases, always bring extra supplies!
For a level-dependent count of resources needed, try an external taming calculator.
- Fertilized Giganotosaurus Egg
- Food: 900, Affinity: 120
- Fertilized Bronto Egg
- Food: 750, Affinity: 100
- Fertilized Dimetrodon Egg
- Food: 600, Affinity: 80
- Fertilized Dimetrodon Egg
- Fertilized Quetzal Egg
- Fertilized Rex Egg
- Fertilized Sarco Egg
- Fertilized Yutyrannus Egg
- Fertilized Glowtail Egg
- Fertilized Allosaurus Egg
- Food: 412.5, Affinity: 55
- Fertilized Allosaurus Egg
- Fertilized Argentavis Egg
- Fertilized Carno Egg
- Fertilized Kentro Egg
- Fertilized Megalosaurus Egg
- Fertilized Spino Egg
- Fertilized Stego Egg
- Fertilized Therizino Egg
- Fertilized Camelsaurus Egg
- Food: 337.5, Affinity: 45
- Fertilized Camelsaurus Egg
- Fertilized Pachyrhino Egg
- Fertilized Thorny Dragon Egg
- Fertilized Trike Egg
- Fertilized Baryonyx Egg
- Food: 262.5, Affinity: 35
- Fertilized Baryonyx Egg
- Fertilized Ichthyornis Egg
- Fertilized Kaprosuchus Egg
- Fertilized Megalania Egg
- Fertilized Pachycephalosaurus Egg
- Fertilized Pelagornis Egg
- Fertilized Pteranodon Egg
- Fertilized Raptor Egg
- Fertilized Tapejara Egg
- Fertilized Terror Bird Egg
- Fertilized Wyvern Egg
- Fertilized Featherlight Egg
- Fertilized Rock Drake Egg
- Fertilized Oviraptor Egg
- Food: 225, Affinity: 30
- Fertilized Ankylo Egg
- Food: 187.5, Affinity: 25
- Fertilized Ankylo Egg
- Fertilized Dimorph Egg
- Fertilized Gallimimus Egg
- Fertilized Iguanodon Egg
- Fertilized Moschops Egg
- Fertilized Moth Egg
- Fertilized Parasaur Egg
- Fertilized Vulture Egg
- Fertilized Archaeopteryx Egg
- Food: 150, Affinity: 20
- Fertilized Archaeopteryx Egg
- Fertilized Compy Egg
- Fertilized Dilo Egg
- Fertilized Dodo Egg
- Fertilized Hesperornis Egg
- Fertilized Kairuku Egg
- Fertilized Lystro Egg
- Fertilized Microraptor Egg
- Fertilized Pegomastax Egg
- Fertilized Troodon Egg
- Fertilized Turtle Egg
- Video on taming a Titanoboa
Combat[edit | edit source]
This section describes how to fight against the Titanoboa.
General[edit | edit source]
The Titanoboa, although it deals a low amount of damage, is deadly because of its immobilizing venom. Just a single bite increases your torpor at an alarming rate. Their awkward bodies can allow them to climb impossible slopes or stick to ceilings and drop on unsuspecting survivors, so stay wary and keep your weapons equipped. They cannot breed meaning they can't receive bonus stats from being partners.
Strategy[edit | edit source]
The best strategy is distance, stay back and take them down. If you're forced to be within striking distance, it's best to carry some stimulant or Stimberries with you as a combatant against its venom. It should be said that many creatures in the cave can carry Stimberries on them, while this is not ideal it can prove life-saving. Furthermore, shields can prevent further Torpor increase whilst utilising Stimberries.
Weaponry[edit | edit source]
Titanoboas are slow and awkward, so you're better off keeping your distance and peppering them from afar. Their large bodies ensure that shotguns are devastating in the caves or in the swamp and most mounts can ignore the torpor and trounce the Titanoboa soundly. If not too encumbered, simply walking backwards and shoving a spear or pike in their face can usually do the trick. Since their head shot modifier is 3x it advise to bring a bow or crossbow for defense. As with most creatures, the hit box is larger than the collision box, so even if it does not make the "smacking sound", the attack still can hit. This tactic also works great for Sarcos.
Dangers[edit | edit source]
Their venom is extremely potent and they're capable of hiding in odd locations. Watch your corners and be ready to run or cover your allies if they are downed but not dead. It is also important to check your surroundings for more dangerous creatures such as sarcos - if you happen to get knocked out, you will be defenseless against any nearby predators.
Weakness[edit | edit source]
Their large bodies are also a hindrance as they have difficulty fitting through some small gaps. Most tames, even Dimorphodon are quite capable of ignoring the torpor effect and shredding the relatively fragile Titanoboa. They lose melee soundly to an even moderately equipped survivor, providing they beat a hasty retreat before the venom proves their end.
Utility[edit | edit source]
Roles[edit | edit source]
- Knock-out: Titanoboa deals double damage than a Pulmonoscorpius, meaning it applies torpor at twice the rate of a pulmonoscorpious of equal level, and both of them are able to be carried by an Argentavis.
- Guardian: Its sound reminds raiders with the terror of caverns.
Collectibles[edit | edit source]
Notes/Trivia[edit | edit source]
For information pertaining specifically to the real-world Titanoboa, see the relevant Wikipedia article
- They tend to stay next to the bats or scorpions depending on the cave.
- Despite being common in caves and swamps, they drop prime meat often. However, the prime meat usually spoils before you get out.
- The real Carbonemys and Titanoboa were contemporaries. They both lived in the jungle rivers of what is now Colombia 60 million years ago.
- On the Xbox One, the kill feed misspells Titanoboa as "Titanboa".
- Information shown on the Spyglass also misspells Titanoboa as "Titanboa."
- The real Titanoboa was not venomous, instead using its massive coils to crush prey. They did not have frills either, much like the Dilophosaur.
- Titanoboas have the somewhat unique ability to slither over 1 (possibly 2 depending on the terrain) high walls. This is most likely not a bug, but rather a side effect of them being able to climb up and over the very uneven terrain inside caves which before patch 216.0 was the only place they could be found. Without this ability Titanoboas would quite easily become trapped on the uneven terrain due to their elongated dimensions. Keep this ability in mind if you are building a base near the swamp biome, and consider adding a Wooden Catwalk "lip" to the edge of your walls to stop them from paying an unexpected visit.
- It is possible to knock out Titanoboa via using fist punch and wooden club. This is presumably useful to reduce its food for later taming, but too dangerous compared to its worth.
- Like the Arthropluera the Titanoboa can breathe underwater.
- Titanoboa don't produce feces.
- Titanoboa do not have genders and cannot breed, despite that a Titanoboa in the real world would have a gender and would be able to breed. This is possibly due to Titanboas not being tamable in earlier versions of Ark.
- Helena wrote in her dossier notes that she was convinced that Titanoboa could not be tamed. Her art in her notes also show an x over a collar. It doesn't mean Titanoboa isn't untameable that just means Helena hasn't learned how to tame one.
- Real Titanoboa's are carnivores and eat meat just like all snakes, however Ark's Titanoboa has adapted to only eating eggs.
- Ark's Titanoboa only eats eggs but when survivors try to tame it for some reason it will only eat fertilized eggs but after it is tamed it will eat any egg.
- Real Titanoboas were able to squeeze their prey like all real constrictor snakes, however Ark's Titanoboa doesn't have that ability and instead has adapted to use venom.
- Although Titanoboa lay unfertilized eggs and can't reproduce they still some how manage to spawn into the Ark worlds.
- Although their anatomy is incorrect compared to their real counterparts, Titanoboas did live in swamps and jungles of South America alongside Carbonemys. They didn't coexist with Sarcosuchus, the second largest crocodile genus in prehistory, they did share habitat with the even larger crocodile Purussaurus. This crocodile had a thicker body and larger skull, with a size comparable to the game's Basilosaurus. They would have come to frequent conflict with Titanoboas.