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- 1 Basic Info
- 2 Combat
- 3 Taming
- 4 Utility
- 5 Spotlight
- 6 Notes/Trivia
- 7 Gallery
- 8 References
Basic Info[edit | edit source]
Dossier[edit | edit source]
Draconis auragelus appears to be directly related to the stealthy Draconis obscurum. Their stature, gait and ability to dive through the air are all similar. However, where Draconis obscurum scaled cavern walls to gain the high ground, Draconis auragelus takes a more bombastic approach.
As a mount, Draconis auragelus can carry multiple adult humans without losing any of its impressive mobility, and its freezing breath makes it a good choice in combat. Whether you're looking to hunt, do battle or just travel with ease, it makes for an excellent companion.
Behavior[edit | edit source]
The Managarmr tends to recklessly bombard anything it can see, making effective use of it’s abilities. It's hazardous attacks usually get it killed by packs of mammoths.
Appearance[edit | edit source]
The Managarmr appears to be a long, winged, almost Wyvern-like creature. It has what appears to be a furry, light-colored face that looks a little like a feline or canine with bone on top that starts from the top of the nose going up over the forehead splitting into a V just above the eyes into ears making them look like horns. Its Front legs are like a bats, ending with a claw and having wings starting from the claw going up to its elbow. The hind legs end in clawed paws.
Color Scheme and Regions
This section displays the Managarmr's natural colors and regions. For demonstration, the regions below are colored red over an albino Managarmr. The colored squares shown underneath each region's description are the colors that the Managarmr 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 Managarmr's "body main" magenta.
Drops[edit | edit source]
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.
|Movement Type||Base Speed||Sprinting|
- 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
|Attack Type||Projectile Values||Torpor Values|
|Impulse||Radius||Base||Mult||Duration||Damage Mult||Amount||Duration||Damage Mult||Amount|
|Attack Type||Projectile Values||Torpor Values|
|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.
Combat[edit | edit source]
This section describes how to fight against the Managarmr.
General[edit | edit source]
A player with fur or flak armor and decent health can tank a low level Managarmr. Favor the Sword to the Pike as it does not matter to keep your distance with the Managarmr, it will always hit you due to its speed. For mid and high level Managarmr, it’s recommended to use an assault rifle as with its erratic behaviour, you’ll have a hard time aiming at it. The auto shotgun can be a plus if you fight it on the ground, as or your creatures, since low and mid level Managarmr won’t deal too much damage. Favor a fast flyer like a Tapejara or the Pteranodon (the first is more advised for his 8's direction movements), as stronger but slower creatures would have a hard time fighting it.
Strategy[edit | edit source]
A fight with the Managarmr can be easily done without much damage with a simple technique: running in a circle alongside the Managarmr. The Managarmr seems to not be able to hit sideways. Once in the air, it will try to slow you with it's Ice Beam attack so it can more easily hit you with it's diving attack, so keep moving for it to have a harder time aiming at you or your creatures. A fast mount can avoid the dive attack if you aren't slowed by the ice. Since its dive attack is its weakest attack in term of damage dealing, it may be faster to simply tank the hit in favor of dealing out more damage.
Weaponry[edit | edit source]
Dangers[edit | edit source]
Managarmr has a very versatile form of aggressiveness. Not only does it swipe with its claw-joints, it will often jump out far and high to blast concentrated frost breath, potentially freezing you solid and making unable to move for a long period of time, allowing it's quick aerial dives to connect. Its frost breath can also damage you even when mounted.
Weakness[edit | edit source]
The Managarmr has a hard time hitting you on the side due to is high speed and movement. Turn in a circle with it to avoid its land attacks.
Taming[edit | edit source]
Taming Food[edit | edit source]
|Exceptional Egg Kibble 1||3||0||0||0||0:07:12|
|Exceptional Egg Kibble 2||3||0||0||0||0:10:48|
|Raw Prime Meat||7||0||0||0||0:15:46|
|Cooked Lamb Chop||11||0||0||0||0:24:44|
|Cooked Prime Meat||14||0||0||0||0:31:28|
|Raw Prime Fish Meat||18||0||0||0||0:20:16|
|Cooked Prime Fish Meat||35||0||0||0||0:40:28|
|Raw Fish Meat||53||33||7||4||0:59:38|
|Cooked Fish Meat||105||32||7||4||0:59:04|
|× 80; × 33; × 9; × 6; × 5; × 4; × 2:|
|Torpidity-depletion: , Time until all torpidity is depleted: 00:44:26|
|Exceptional Egg Kibble 1||7||0||0||0||0:16:47|
|Exceptional Egg Kibble 2||7||0||0||0||0:25:11|
|Raw Prime Meat||17||0||0||0||0:38:16|
|Cooked Lamb Chop||25||0||0||0||0:56:12|
|Cooked Prime Meat||34||11||3||2||1:16:25|
|Raw Prime Fish Meat||42||0||0||0||0:47:16|
|Cooked Prime Fish Meat||84||80||17||9||1:37:06|
|Raw Fish Meat||125||224||46||23||2:20:38|
|Cooked Fish Meat||250||224||46||23||2:20:38|
|× 220; × 90; × 25; × 14; × 13; × 10; × 5:|
|Torpidity-depletion: , Time until all torpidity is depleted: 01:13:18|
|Exceptional Egg Kibble 1||10||0||0||0||0:23:59|
|Exceptional Egg Kibble 2||10||0||0||0||0:35:58|
|Raw Prime Meat||27||0||0||0||1:00:46|
|Cooked Lamb Chop||40||0||0||0||1:29:55|
|Cooked Prime Meat||54||117||25||13||2:01:22|
|Raw Prime Fish Meat||67||0||0||0||1:15:23|
|Cooked Prime Fish Meat||134||256||54||27||2:34:54|
|Raw Fish Meat||200||545||114||57||3:45:01|
|Cooked Fish Meat||400||545||114||57||3:45:01|
|× 364; × 149; × 41; × 24; × 20; × 17; × 9:|
|Torpidity-depletion: , Time until all torpidity is depleted: 01:33:05|
|Exceptional Egg Kibble 1||14||0||0||0||0:33:34|
|Exceptional Egg Kibble 2||14||0||0||0||0:50:21|
|Raw Prime Meat||37||0||0||0||1:23:16|
|Cooked Lamb Chop||55||78||17||9||2:03:37|
|Cooked Prime Meat||74||282||61||31||2:46:20|
|Raw Prime Fish Meat||92||0||0||0||1:43:31|
|Cooked Prime Fish Meat||184||504||108||54||3:32:41|
|Raw Fish Meat||275||967||206||103||5:09:23|
|Cooked Fish Meat||550||967||206||103||5:09:23|
|× 508; × 208; × 57; × 33; × 28; × 23; × 12:|
|Torpidity-depletion: , Time until all torpidity is depleted: 01:47:27|
|Exceptional Egg Kibble 1||18||0||0||0||0:43:10|
|Exceptional Egg Kibble 2||18||0||0||0||1:04:44|
|Raw Prime Meat||47||0||0||0||1:45:46|
|Cooked Lamb Chop||70||207||45||23||2:37:20|
|Cooked Prime Meat||94||496||108||54||3:31:17|
|Raw Prime Fish Meat||117||70||15||8||2:11:38|
|Cooked Prime Fish Meat||234||813||176||88||4:30:29|
|Raw Fish Meat||350||1473||319||160||6:33:46|
|Cooked Fish Meat||700||1473||319||160||6:33:46|
|× 652; × 266; × 73; × 42; × 36; × 30; × 15:|
|Torpidity-depletion: , Time until all torpidity is depleted: 01:58:44|
|Exceptional Egg Kibble 1||22||0||0||0||0:52:45|
|Exceptional Egg Kibble 2||22||0||0||0||1:19:07|
|Raw Prime Meat||57||2||1||1||2:08:16|
|Cooked Lamb Chop||84||356||79||40||3:08:48|
|Cooked Prime Meat||114||751||165||83||4:16:14|
|Raw Prime Fish Meat||142||186||41||21||2:39:46|
|Cooked Prime Fish Meat||284||1173||258||129||5:28:17|
|Raw Fish Meat||425||2051||451||226||7:58:08|
|Cooked Fish Meat||850||2051||451||226||7:58:08|
|× 796; × 325; × 89; × 51; × 44; × 36; × 18:|
|Torpidity-depletion: , Time until all torpidity is depleted: 02:08:02|
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.
Preferred Food[edit | edit source]
KO Strategy[edit | edit source]
Managarmr is among the most tricky creature to knock out and tame, not just because of how erratic its behavior is. While it has low torpidity, its agile and unpredictable aerial movement makes it tricky to even land a shot. Its extremely high damaging attacks for its size make getting hit by it irritating while attempting it on foot without proper armor and low character health.
However, careful placement of Large Bear Trap and trap doorframe build can easily trap even the most versatile of Managarmr. Just be mindful of other predators lying around in ambush, especially if a corrupted creature just happens to wander nearby. Staying still is also a bad idea, as you'll only increase the accuracy of a Managarmr's ice beam attack, and getting hit by that enough will put you in serious trouble. However, there is a way to tame it in single player. As mentioned above, Managarmr have a hard time hitting you on its side while on the ground. You’ll have to turn in a circle with it while its on the ground. The only remaining problem is the dive attack, but a player with a decent set of armor (fur or flak) can easily tank it. Once it lands, continue to circle with the Managarmr. When the Managarmr starts to flee due to its torpor, take a fast flyer and continue to follow the Managarmr.
Using either a Snow Owl or another Managarmr freeze the Managarmr you are attempting to tame and place multiple behemoth gates around it with doors on either end and then shoot it through the cracks to knock it out. The gateways that form your tunnel should be relatively close as the Managarmr is rather thin, but make sure there is at least a small bit of space for you to shoot through.
Utility[edit | edit source]
Roles[edit | edit source]
Tactical Support Mount
Despite being a Draconis apex species, Managarmr is quite poor in close-quarters combat compared to other "apexes", especially its kin. Presumably Managarmr is best suited as support, as its extremely low-damage ice breath can be shot from a hefty distance, including from a high hovering altitude. Considering wild Managarmr do this a lot, Managarmr could be used to create an opportunity for more tanky brawlers in its tribe to score more damage by freezing foes from a safe distance. Furthermore Managarmr can also do this attack while boosting and dodging, allowing it to become an agile, irritating support. However, keep in mind that at a far distance this laser is incredibly hard to aim, and it becomes more inaccurate by dodging and firing at smaller targets. Furthermore the stamina drain from the laser is a bit costly, and with the high cost of boosting, while the aerial method is effective at dodging enemy fire, it is also only a short-term maneuver and can also be extremely ineffective.
Travel Mount/Pursuit Mount
Managarmr's boosting ability is indeed quite useful, however the cost of launching itself via jump, boosts, or "aerial lunge" (left clicking in the air) can make bursts of travel ineffective through sheer stamina cost. However, Managarmr is capable of walking at speeds faster than most creatures can run, and when running its stamina drain is not that fast, and it can run at blistering speeds capable of chasing down Gallimimus. It might be more effective to run and walk for travel with a Managarmr and only using its boosting ability when crossing gaps or scaling vertical obstacles such as cliffs or mountains. This same blistering speed makes Managarmr excellent at pursuit, as it can easily keep up with even the fastest creatures, able to run them down with little effort. Managarmr are very skilled swimmers as well as land runners and can be used effectively in the sunken forest lakes.
[As of patch 287.100 on PC some of these values have changed]: The first vertical jump for a Managarmr costs 100 Stamina, with each progressive jump requiring that much plus an additional 100 for the number of jump you are on, without touching the ground. For example, if you jump straight up and keep jumping the first jump costs 100 stam, the second costs 200 stam, the third costs 300 stam, etc. Once you hit the ground the counter is reset and the next jump will cost 100 again. This system also applies to the air dashes (the forward and strafe dashes). The amount of stamina the dash will cost is based on which jump you are on just like before, the cost stays the same until you jump again or land. For the first jump it is 120, the next is 180, the next is 240 etc, adding another 60 to the cost each time. The stamina cost increase system does not apply to the aerial primary attack (the lunge) which always uses 45 stamina.
With its ability to perform sudden lunges in the air with the direction you're looking and left-clicking, Managarmr could make an excellent ambush fighter. Setting up a position from a high or obscure vantage point, then blasting forth and engaging an unsuspecting enemy. It has good health to do so and its size alone could make it dangerous towards smaller mounts, while being a perfect irritant against larger foes.
With a high level, stamina pumped managarmr, one could easily freeze a high threat creature and keep it frozen until its dead.
Collectibles[edit | edit source]
Spotlight[edit | edit source]
Notes/Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Managarmr has two references or meanings:
- Its name is a reference to Norse Mythology, meaning "Moon-Hound", and is the angelical name of Hati Hróðvitnisson, who is possibly a son of Fenrir and is said to be the one that will swallow the moon and gorge on the dead.
- Its species name, "Draconis auragelus roughly means "Dragon with the icy wind" in Latin.
- Creatures frozen by its ice breath take more damage from the forward dash.
- The Ice Wyvern, which is exclusive to the non-canon DLC Ragnarok, is mentioned in the Managarmr's dossier. This is the first time a a non-canon feature is mentioned in the main story line.
- Although it mentions that the Ice Wyvern lives in the desert, when it spawns in Murdersnow. This might either be a shortsightedness from the dossier, or the fact that Ice Wyvern often flies across the Desert near Murdersnow.
- Unlike the other Draconis species Wyvern and Rock Drake, Managarmr can be tamed directly through knockout, can be bred (gestates), and does not require specialized food for the baby. This along with its fur suggests unlike the reptilian Wyvern or Rock Drake, the Managarmr is actually mammalian.
- Unfortunately, Managarmr is the weakest of the Draconis species. It is outdamaged by Rock Drake (base 60), and Wyverns (base 80), also it has lesser HP than other Draconis species, Rock Drake (base 1950) and Wyvern (base 675), with a Carnotaurus of equal level able to out-damage it in raw damage values and attack at similar of an attack speed, arguably making it inferior to Carnotaurus in combat if not for its agility and ice beam.
- If you attempt to perform a stamina consuming maneuver while out of stamina, the Managarmr will shake its head disapprovingly. This makes it the first creature to react at any attempt to use stamina-consuming movement.
- As of v286.103, chained boosts will begin to consume more and more stamina, making long distance flight difficult.
- Managarmr have the fastest walking speed, 1250 at base, and while domesticated Managarmr's base movement speed is 158%, this will make Managarmr outpace most of creature just by walking, most notably Gallimimus, female Megaloceros and Reaper King.
- Managarmr's stamina regenerates faster dismounted. 1,000 stamina in 14 seconds while mounted or 4 seconds dismounted.
- Managarmr are 2.5 wide by 8.5 foundations long, so you will need a minimum 8x9 building if you want to walk them straight in (behemoth doors) and keep all their bits away from prying eyes. 4 walls high is enough to navigate them inside a structure but only in third person view.
- Prior to 287.100, Baby Managarmr will jet up into the sky once the gestation ends, making it annoying to claim.
- One of the safest way is to completely wall off the building around the gestating Managarmr with ceiling, which will prevent the baby from escaping into an obscure location.
- After the patch, they simply drop down like any other babies from gestating mammal creatures. However, like the parents, they will move very fast, which could result in starvation if not found quickly.
- The length of the Managarmr's dash ability appears to scale with the Managarmr's movement speed, roughly every 50% in movement speed adds an extra second to the dash.
- Sometimes a Managarmr can run out of stamina mid air, and it will just hover without attacking or moving. This can be utilized for easily killing it or knocking it out to tame.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
The Managarmr as seen in a teaser image for Extinction.