Revival Platform (Mobile)

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Revival Platform
Revival Platform (Mobile).png
Allows you to resurrect dead creatures. Can only be crafted at: Fabricator.
Structure
Health 50,000
Item slots 20
Item
Weight 20
Stack Size 1
Crafting
Required level Level 65
Engram Points 30 EP
Crafted in Fabricator
Tek Replicator
Required Stations Fabricator.png Fabricator
Refining Forge.png Refining Forge
Ingredients
Resources breakdown [Expand]
200 × Metal Ingot.png Metal Ingot
400 × Metal.png Metal
50 × Crystal.png Crystal
Total Base Ingredients

The Revival Platform is a structure in ARK: Survival Evolved Mobile.

Overview[edit | edit source]

The Revival Platform can be used to revive recently deceased creatures with Ancient Amber and a Creature Implant. The level and the dino species affects how much it costs to resurrect a dino

Construction[edit | edit source]

A Revival Platform is crafted using 200 Metal Ingots, 20 Polymer, 50 Crystals, and 25 Electronics, and is crafted in the Fabricator. It needs to be placed on a flat surface on the ground.

Spotlight[edit | edit source]

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • The Revival Platform can be obtained from an Obelisk by Tributing the Artifact of the Skylord, so spending Engram points and crafting it is not recommended.
  • Obelisks can also be used to revive creatures.
  • Since you can acquire Ancient Amber from daily commercials easily, the Obelisks and Revival Platforms make excellent taming devices for creatures that are dangerous or difficult to knock out such as high flying Quetzalcoatlus all the way to deep swimming Mosasaurus, since all one needs to do is kill the creature and properly secure them in a revival chamber or trap upon resurrection where the target can be easily tamed without the risk of predator interference or environmental threats.