Quetzal (Quetzalcoatlus) is one of the massive carnivores flying creatures same appears as Tropeognathus. However, compared to other flying creatures in Ark Survival Evolve, the Quetzal is the largest in size among all other flying creatures.
Quetzal does not attack anyone until it needs to feed and it can fly indefinitely without landing on the ground. Once you are able to tame it you can use its saddle to transport other creatures, supplies and turrets on its back because of its massive size.
Mostly the survivors can encounter it on top of the mountain or plateaus and using a flyer. Here we covered information regarding the Quetzal such as how to tame it, where to find it, what food you can feed it, how to craft its saddle and how you can breed it.
Without wasting your time let’s focus on the guide.
Once you are able to find the Quetzal you need to tame it. The easiest way to tame Quetzal is simply to chase it with another flyer creature. We recommend Griffins and Desmodus both are the best flying creatures on that survivors can use weapons such as tranquillizer darts.
If you have one of these flying creatures you can be ready to chase the Quetzal. Simply sneak behind the Quetzal and fire the tranquillizer darts until it is knocked out.
While knocking out Quetzal make sure it will not land on the water or else it will drown in the water most importantly you need to kill all the carnivores in that area to prevent Quetzal and while taming it make sure to prevent it from using the spikes.
In order to tame Quetzal you need to feed it prefer food such as Exceptional Kibble and in case it tries to wake up while taming you can feed it Narcoberries to boost the stun levels.
Following are the Quetzal prefer food that you can feed it.
Raw Prime Meat
Cooked Prime Meat
Raw Prime Fish Meat
In order to craft Quetzal Saddle survivor must be level 76 and you need to spend 44 Engram Points to get the crafting recipe. Once you have the recipe you need the following items to craft it.
100x Cement paste or Achatina paste
85x Silica Pearls
You can also craft a platform Saddle for Quetzal and for it you need to spend 97 and 80 engram points and the following are the items you need to craft it.
180x Metal Ingots
120x Cement paste or Achatina paste
220 Silica Pearls
When male and female Quetzal meets for breeding the female Quetzal delivers the Fertilized Quetzal Egg that looks dark blue in color with yellow spots.
Once you have Fertilized Quetzal Egg and in order to hatch it you need to place its temperature between 5 °C and 6 °C and the time interval in the hatching process of Quetzal Baby from egg will take 17 hours.
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