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ARK Genesis – How to Find and Tame Bloodstalker


Bloodstalker in ARK Genesis is one of the best tameable creatures. It can latch itself onto tree branches and walls, allowing you to traverse the environments in a much more efficient manner. In this guide, we’ll go over everything you need to know about how to find and tame Bloodstalker in ARK Genesis.

Tame Bloodstalker in ARK Genesis

Bloodstalker in ARK Genesis is one of the easiest creatures to tame – alongside the Space Whale. To begin, the first thing that you need to have is a syringe. Use it to make a lot of Blood Packs – somewhere around 200 should suffice.

With Blood Packs in your inventory, you’ll need to teleport to the Bog biome and find Bloodstalkers in trees. After finding one, try to get close to it until it pulls you in. You mustn’t attack the creature, otherwise, it’ll throw you down.

Just let it suck the Blood Packs from your inventory and it should automatically be tamed after 100 or so Blood Packs. As you might’ve guessed by now, the creature’s preferred food is Blood Pack.

Bloodstalker Tips and Info.

As mentioned earlier, punching a Bloodstalker while it’s sucking the Blood Packs will cause it to drop you to your death and you’ll have to rely on parachutes to land safely. If you aren’t looking to tame one, try to use ranged weapons or tranq it for an easier kill.

When tamed, the creature will provide you with height advantage and improved vision of your surroundings. It also marks creatures in different colors for easier identification similar to pulse mode from the Tek Helmet.

While riding a Bloodstalker, if you switch to your weapon, the creature will adjust itself to give you a better shot.

This is how you can find and tame Bloodstalker in ARK Genesis. For more on the game, you can check out our ARK: Survival Evolved Wiki guides.

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Ian Shaw
Ian Shaw
Ian is usually working on putting out game guides or playing them ... it's an endless cycle. Close to 2000 articles published by this Pokemon and Zelda fanatic.

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