Troodon Egg

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Troodon Egg
Troodon Egg.png
Tremendously nourishing by itself, this egg provides regular nutritional value in many cooking recipes.
Consumable (values pertain to Humans)
Type Egg
Food 20
Health 20
Stamina 25
Egg size Medium
Spoils in 8d
Item
Weight 3
Stack Size 100
Decomposes in 30m
Added in v253.0
Spawn Command
cheat giveitem "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/Test/PrimalItemConsumable_Egg_Troodon.PrimalItemConsumable_Egg_Troodon'" 1 0 0
Variant Fertilized Troodon Egg
cheat giveitem "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/Test/PrimalItemConsumable_Egg_Troodon_Fertilized.PrimalItemConsumable_Egg_Troodon_Fertilized'" 1 0 0
Crafting
Used to craft 1 item

The Troodon Egg is one of the Dinosaur Eggs in ARK: Survival Evolved.

Overview[edit | edit source]

Troodon Eggs are randomly dropped by Troodons. They can be eaten or used to make Regular Kibbles for taming Anglerfish, Ankylosaurus, Baryonyx, Beelzebufo, Carbonemys, Carnotaurus, Dimetrodon, Diplodocus, Doedicurus, Gigantopithecus, Ichthyornis, Kaprosuchus, Kentrosaurus, Lymantria, Pelagornis, Pteranodon, Pulmonoscorpius, Purlovia, Sabertooth, Sarco, Stegosaurus, Terror Bird, Thorny Dragon, and Velonasaur.

After two Troodons mate, the resulting egg can be hatched and become a baby Troodon.

Picking one up in the presence of nearby Troodons (excluding domesticated ones) will cause them to become hostile and attack the survivor.

Collecting[edit | edit source]

It is not advised to take a Troodon egg in the wild unless you are absolutely sure there are no Troodons around.

If you are not sure or positive that there are Troodons around then DO NOT take the egg. Doing so will almost certainly cause near-instant death.

If you do find a Troodon egg in the wild and plan on taking It, then your best option is scout around before taking it, but don't go too far, as the Troodons could be anywhere. Once you are done scouting, cautiously take the egg and then immediately run to the nearest body of water. Troodons may be fast on land but, they are horrible swimmers. Cross the water and travel far away from the area. You now have your own Troodon egg!