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|Attach this Dermis to a Taxidermy Base to display it!|
cheat giveitem "Blueprint'/Game/Extinction/CoreBlueprints/Items/PrimalItem_TaxidermyDermis.PrimalItem_TaxidermyDermis'" 1 0 0
The Dermis is an item in Extinction.
Overview[edit | edit source]
A Dermis can be collected by using a Taxidermy Tool on a tamed Creature belonging to the tribe that the survivor is harvesting from or harvestable corpse. The Dermis can then be displayed in a Taxidermy Base .
A dermis will retain the following from the struck Creature since the last change:
- Color (Dermis does not retain colors affected by any Dino Candy effect)
Note that dermis can only be collected once by a player.
If your tame creature died, you can collect its dermis second time (if you already have the dermis while its living)
Noncollectable Dermis[edit | edit source]
While majority of the creature can be harvested for dermis, specific creature/boss like King Titan and Overseer (Along with its transformed state) cannot be harvested for its dermis as either their corpse vanishes immediately on death, or their corpse are unreachable (unless they are force tamed).
Notes[edit | edit source]
- While a dermis may only be collected once per living/deceased creature, a newborn's dermis can be collected up to four times (Baby, Juvenile, Adolescent, Adult) as long as the tool is struck on them on that growing phase. Be mindful that the tools may potentially kill very low health babies with a single strike, so use it with caution.
- Wyvern dermis only do T-pose when placed on Taxidermy Base, however, Ice and Forest Wyvern don't seem to have this issues.
- The dermis of non-tameable creatures only display on their native maps. Therefore, creatures like the Broodmother cannot be displayed on maps like Aberration or Ragnarok. Transferring boss dermis to another map will erase the contents so that bringing the dermis back to the original map will not restore its functionality. Transferring a dermis to any map, even if the new map also has that boss fight, will destroy that dermis.
- Some dermis will retain its appearance after transferring, however.
- Any dermis placed inside of a tek dedicated storage unit will be changed into a blank dermis