Kibble (Quetzal Egg)
|Kibble (Quetzal Egg)|
|This pet food recipe has been carefully designed to give balanced nutrition to almost any creature native to the island. Includes plant fibers to help with digestion and egg to bind the mix.|
|Consumable (values pertain to Humans)|
cheat GFI quetzegg 1 0 0
cheat giveitem "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/CoreBlueprints/Items/Consumables/PrimalItemConsumable_Kibble_QuetzEgg.PrimalItemConsumable_Kibble_QuetzEgg'" 1 0 0
|Crafted in|| Cooking Pot|
TEK Kibble Processor
Resources breakdown [ ]
1 × Quetzal Egg
3 × Prime Meat Jerky
3 × Rockarrot
100 × Mejoberry
120 × Fiber
1 × Water
|Ingredients (TEK Kibble Processor)|
|Purchase Yields||3 Pieces|
|Purchased in||Chef Station|
|Cost||50 × Mixes|
Usage[edit | edit source]
The main use of this Kibble is to feed it to a creature that you are taming. Kibble has a higher taming effect than other food like Berries or Meat, meaning the taming meter will rise faster, while also dropping the Taming Effectiveness less, resulting in more extra levels when the taming process is finished. This Kibble is no longer craftable by any means on PC and Console; however, it can still be crafted in the Cooking Pot or Industrial Cooker on ARK: Survival Evolved Mobile.
Previously, this Kibble was used to forcefully tame a Dimetrodon, a Giganotosaurus, or a Mosasaurus on PC and Console; however, it is still used to forcefully tame those Creatures on ARK: Survival Evolved Mobile.
Currently, this Kibble is used to forcefully tame Brontosaurus, Giganotosaurus, Karkinos, Managarmr, Mosasaurus, Quetzal, Rex, Spino, and Therizinosaur and to passively tame Basilosaurus and Tropeognathus on PC and Console.
See Taming for more info about the taming process.
Super Kibble (Mobile)[edit | edit source]
|This section is about a feature exclusively available on Mobile|
These Kibbles can be crafted in a Cooking Pot or in an Industrial Cooker by substituting the normal Quetzal Egg with a Super Fertilized Quetzal Egg. They can be used to tame Creatures faster and with greater Taming effectiveness.