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Nombre común
Gigantopithecus
Grupo
Especies
Gigantopithecus fibrarator
Período
Pleistocene
Dieta
Herbivore
Temperamento
Territorial
Spawn Command
admincheat summon Bigfoot_Character_BP_C
or
admincheat SpawnDino "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/Dinos/Bigfoot/Bigfoot_Character_BP.Bigfoot_Character_BP'" 500 0 0 35
Variant Aberrant Gigantopithecus
admincheat summon Bigfoot_Character_BP_Aberrant_C
or
admincheat SpawnDino "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/Dinos/Bigfoot/Bigfoot_Character_BP_Aberrant.Bigfoot_Character_BP_Aberrant'" 500 0 0 35
Datos'
XP Por Muerte
40 XP
Deja
Tamaño de heces
Small
Tiempo Gestación
6h 36m 49s
Tiempo Bebé
7h 42m 57s
Tiempo Infantil
1.0000011754977d 6.0002777777775h 51m 50s
Tiempo Adolescente
1.0000101273148d 14h 34.000000000017m 47.99999999998s
Tiempo Total Maduración
3.0000086805556d 5.0002777777767h 9.0166666666647m 34.999999999998s
Intervalo de cría
18h  - 2d
Habitat





The Island Topographic Map.jpg
Spawning Gigantopithecus The Island.svg

The Center Topographic Map.jpg
Spawning Gigantopithecus The Center.svg

Ragnarok Ocean Topographic Map.jpg
Spawning Gigantopithecus Ragnarok.svg

Valguero Topographic Map.jpg
Spawning Gigantopithecus Valguero.svg

Genesis Part 1 Topographic Map.jpg
Spawning Gigantopithecus Genesis Part 1.svg

Crystal Isles Topographic Map.jpg
Spawning Gigantopithecus Crystal Isles.svg





Aberration Topographic Map.jpg
Spawning Aberrant Gigantopithecus Aberration.svg

Común             Rara
  No domesticable   Cueva

Your autonomous Fiber-gathering, helmet-wearing, human-tossing buddy-for-life!
~ Drake on Gigantopithecus

El Gigantopithecus (jy-gan-toe-pith-i-kus) es una de las criaturas disponibles en ARK: Survival Evolved.

Información básica[editar | editar código]

Dosier[editar | editar código]

Esta sección describe lo que la superviviente Helena, autora de los dosiers de dinosaurios, ha escrito en sus notas de exploración por el mundo. Puede que haya algunas discrepancias entre este texto y las condiciones actuales de las criaturas.

NoteHelena.png
Salvaje

Gigantopithecus fibrarator is a strange creature. It is usually quite passive, but it has a very short temper when it comes to its own personal space. Once another creature gets close, this gentle giant quickly becomes a rampaging beast. Best to give them a wide berth.

I have occasionally seen Gigantopithecus jumping to grab vines that it can traverse and swing on, but otherwise, it seems most happy to lay about, picking berries from plants lazily.

Domesticado

In addition to being at home picking berries, a tamed Gigantopithecus can be taught to harvest the fibers found on many Island plants as well. It appears to be entirely content to pick at plants all day, eat the berries, and carrying fiber resources for its tribe.

Playful once tamed, Gigantopithecus seems to enjoy throwing the creatures or riders it's carrying into the air. It probably feels that this activity is a game, but clever brigands can use this ‘game' to vault over walls and small cliffs.

~ Helena

Comportamiento[editar | editar código]

Los Gigantopithecus se pasean por los bosques de la Isla, comiendo bayas de los matorrales. Normalmente son criaturas pacíficas, pero responderán ante un ataque o si un jugador o criatura domesticada les toca. Los Gigantopithecus aparecen normalmente solos y bastante separados entre sí, por lo que es raro ver a un grupo en su estado salvaje. Aunque viven principalmente en los bosques, también podrás verlos en playas o cerca de ríos y montañas, dado que tienden a deambular bastante lejos de su zona de aparición inicial.

Yeti (variante)[editar | editar código]

Artículo principal : Yeti


Con la introducción de la Cueva de Nieve en la versión 237, un nuevo tipo de Gigantopithecus puede aparecer en su interior, llamado elYeti. Los Yetis son simios que no pueden domesticarse que solo aparecerán dentro de esta cueva, y que pueden tener un nivel máximo de 350. Son criaturas agresivas y aterradoras que destruirán a cualquier aventurero que entre en sus dominios. Aléjate de ellos siempre que puedas, ¡o usa armas poderosas para matarlos antes de que puedan poner sus destructivas manos sobre ti!

Aspecto[editar | editar código]

The Gigantopithecus is a close relative of the modern orangutan. However, it stands upright like a man but slightly taller, giving it a strong resemblance to Bigfoot or the yeti.

Color Scheme and Regions[editar | editar código]




Patrones de color por región

Esta seccíon muestra los colores naturales del Gigantopithecus así como las variaciones de acuerdo a la región. Por señalar un ejemplo, las regiones abajo marcadas con rojo sobre un Gigantopithecus albino. Los cuadrados de color que se muestran debajo de la descripción de cada región son los colores que serán utilizados para que el Gigantopithecus genere un rango general de su esquemas de color al momento de spawnear. Mueva el cursor sobre un color para mostrar su nombre e ID.

  • The Yeti variant of Gigantopithecus always spawns with all its color regions white.

Los admins de un servidor pueden utilizar la información de las regiones en la consola con los comandos Console Command "cheat SetTargetDinoColor <ColorRegion> <ColorID>".
Por ejemplo, "cheat SetTargetDinoColor 0 6" hará que el color de la región seleccionada del Gigantopithecus "fur mane" magenta.

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Region 0:
Fur Mane
X mark.svg

La región 1 no se usa
en esta criatura.

X mark.svg

La región 2 no se usa
con esta criatura.

X mark.svg

La región 3 no se usa
con esta criatura.

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Región 4:
Fur Accent
No image available.svg
Región 5:
Skin


Drops[editar | editar código]

Estadísticas básicas y crecimiento[editar | editar código]

Ten en cuenta, que las estadísticas podrán variar en ARK:Survival of the fittest, y en ARK:Mobile

Estadísticas básicas
Atributos Cantidad a nivel 1 Aumento por cada punto Bonif. por domesticación
Salvaje Domesticado1 Add Mult
Health.png Salud 640 +64 +5.4% 0.07
Stamina.png Energía 300 +30 +10%
Oxygen.png Oxígeno 150 +15 +10%
Food.png Comida 1500 +150 +10%
Weight.png Peso 220 +4.4 +4%
Melee Damage.png Daño cuerpo a cuerpo 40 / 602 +1.6 / +2.4 +1.7% 7% 17.6%
Movement Speed.png Velocidad de Movimiento 100% N/A3 +1% 6%
Torpidity.png Inconsciencia 1100 +66 N/A4 0.5

1Los porcentajes se basan en el valor de la estadística al momento de ser domesticada(Es decir, después de aplicarse la efectividad de tameo.)
2Aquí, se muestra el Daño base en bruto, en lugar de mediante porcentajes.
3Las criaturas salvajes no incrementan su velocidad de movimiento al subir de nivel.
4La Inconsciencia aumenta con los niveles, pero no puede ser subida manualmente una vez ha sido domesticada.

Velocidad de movimiento
Tipo de movimiento Velocidad base Corriendo Energía usada
Salvaje Domesticado
Caminando 195 682.5 1023.75 10
Nadando 300 N/A N/A N/A


Stamina Cost Attack Range Description
Base Minimum Activation

Aumento de estadísticas al subir nivel en estado salvaje

Escribe los valores de la criatura salvaje para revisar en que estadísticas sobresale más. Los valores marcados con verde en una criatura de alto nivel son muy buenos para la crianza/reproducción. Si ya has domesticado una criatura, puedes intentar recuperar la información que tenía cuando era salvaje con la siguiente herramienta: ARK Stats Extractor.

Gigantopithecus

Nota: después de que la criatura sea domesticada, conseguirá algunas bonificaciones a sus estadísticas dependiendo de la efectividad del domesticado. Esto dificulta el obtener los niveles precisos de una criatura domesticada, por lo que esta calculadora te ayudará mucho, ya que está pensada para dinosaurios salvajes únicamente. Con ella, podrás tener una idea sobre la distribución de las estadísticas de una criatura.

Taming[editar | editar código]

Gigantopithecus.png Level 1 Feeding Interval Time
30px Kibble (Regular Egg) 5 03:02 0:12:09
Fresh Barley (Primitive Plus).png Fresh Barley Primitive Plus Icon.png 36 01:52 1:05:37
Fresh Wheat (Primitive Plus).png Fresh Wheat Primitive Plus Icon.png 36 01:52 1:05:37
Soybean (Primitive Plus).png Soybean Primitive Plus Icon.png 36 01:52 1:05:37
Fresh Wheat (Primitive Plus).png Dried Wheat Primitive Plus Icon.png 36 03:44 2:11:14
Gigantopithecus.png Level 30 Feeding Interval Time
30px Kibble (Regular Egg) 7 02:50 0:17:00
Fresh Barley (Primitive Plus).png Fresh Barley Primitive Plus Icon.png 52 01:51 1:34:47
Fresh Wheat (Primitive Plus).png Fresh Wheat Primitive Plus Icon.png 52 01:51 1:34:47
Soybean (Primitive Plus).png Soybean Primitive Plus Icon.png 52 01:51 1:34:47
Fresh Wheat (Primitive Plus).png Dried Wheat Primitive Plus Icon.png 52 03:43 3:09:33
Gigantopithecus.png Level 60 Feeding Interval Time
30px Kibble (Regular Egg) 10 02:41 0:24:17
Fresh Barley (Primitive Plus).png Fresh Barley Primitive Plus Icon.png 69 01:50 2:05:46
Fresh Wheat (Primitive Plus).png Fresh Wheat Primitive Plus Icon.png 69 01:50 2:05:46
Soybean (Primitive Plus).png Soybean Primitive Plus Icon.png 69 01:50 2:05:46
Fresh Wheat (Primitive Plus).png Dried Wheat Primitive Plus Icon.png 69 03:41 4:11:31
Gigantopithecus.png Level 90 Feeding Interval Time
30px Kibble (Regular Egg) 12 02:38 0:29:08
Fresh Barley (Primitive Plus).png Fresh Barley Primitive Plus Icon.png 86 01:50 2:36:45
Fresh Wheat (Primitive Plus).png Fresh Wheat Primitive Plus Icon.png 86 01:50 2:36:45
Soybean (Primitive Plus).png Soybean Primitive Plus Icon.png 86 01:50 2:36:45
Fresh Wheat (Primitive Plus).png Dried Wheat Primitive Plus Icon.png 86 03:41 5:13:29
Gigantopithecus.png Level 120 Feeding Interval Time
30px Kibble (Regular Egg) 14 02:36 0:34:00
Fresh Barley (Primitive Plus).png Fresh Barley Primitive Plus Icon.png 104 01:50 3:09:33
Fresh Wheat (Primitive Plus).png Fresh Wheat Primitive Plus Icon.png 104 01:50 3:09:33
Soybean (Primitive Plus).png Soybean Primitive Plus Icon.png 104 01:50 3:09:33
Fresh Wheat (Primitive Plus).png Dried Wheat Primitive Plus Icon.png 104 03:40 6:19:06
Gigantopithecus.png Level 150 Feeding Interval Time
30px Kibble (Regular Egg) 17 02:34 0:41:17
Fresh Barley (Primitive Plus).png Fresh Barley Primitive Plus Icon.png 121 01:50 3:40:32
Fresh Wheat (Primitive Plus).png Fresh Wheat Primitive Plus Icon.png 121 01:50 3:40:32
Soybean (Primitive Plus).png Soybean Primitive Plus Icon.png 121 01:50 3:40:32
Fresh Wheat (Primitive Plus).png Dried Wheat Primitive Plus Icon.png 121 03:40 7:21:04

Tenga en cuenta que los valores son para los casos óptimos, siempre llevar suministros adicionales!
Para obtener un valor más aproximado de los recursos necesarios, prueba Calculadoras externas de doma.

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Taming Strategies[editar | editar código]

Similar to the Ichthy, Gigantopithecus is tamed by hand-feeding rather than through the use of tranquilizers. To feed one you will need to be level 30, then place an appropriate food in the far-right slot of your hotbar and get close enough to the creature for the button prompt to appear. Gigantopithecus will take one piece of the food from your inventory and will play an eating animation. You must wait for the creature's hunger to go back down before it can be fed again, a process which takes some time, depending on the level and the food (see tables).

If you come into physical contact with Gigantopithecus while you are trying to feed it, the creature will attack. You must get out of its line of sight in order for it to calm back down and be feed-able again. Your taming progress will not be reset if the creature attacks you, but you will lose taming effectiveness if you fight back.

Be careful when approaching Gigantopithecus while feeding, as it will randomly change directions or stop, causing you to run into it. It is better to approach it from behind while it's standing still, since the creature usually doesn't turn all the way around while wandering. Or you can crouch up to it and feed it that way as it will not attack you when you're crouched.

It is best to bring a flying mount in case you need to run away, since they can easily be flown above the Gigantopithecus and it will give up the chase a lot quicker than on the ground. If a flying mount is not available, fast ground mounts such as a Raptor are decent alternatives.

Taming Box[editar | editar código]

Simple[editar | editar código]

Another method is to trap the Gigantopithecus in a 1x1 room with no roof or a hatchframe. You can then feed it from above without having to worry about bumping into it or having it wander off, and wild carnivores will have a tougher time getting to it.

Advanced[editar | editar código]

The Gigantopithecus can also be trapped directly on spot so the camera has never to be moved during the process.

For this, it requires one foundation (Just even floor will not suffice), two fence foundations and five door frames. On the foundation, one fence foundations needs to be placed directly on the edge of it, and the second one should be snapped to the other one so it lays diagonally on the foundation. Now the foundation is separated in two triangles, and note that the triangles are of different sizes, and the bigger one will be the potential taming spot. Now it requires door frames on each but one side (So the Gigantopithecus can be lured into the box). After you have lured the Gigantopithecus into the box, close the last open side, and now it will walk around in the box (Aggressive or not), and you just have to keep one door frame projected at the diagonal fence foundation and place it as soon as possible. After it is placed, the Gigantopithecus barely has any possibility to move left.

When hand feeding him now, it is important to not stay on the foundation because then you have high risk of enraging it. It is advised to stay on the ground next to it and crouch, then it can be fed without any problems.

Building material[editar | editar código]

It is advised to use stone because it can easily become enraged by accident, but with enough care, wooden structures will also suffice (Thatch won't because it will be broken in the process of luring it in the box and losing aggro).

Luring into the box[editar | editar código]

Since dropping it in the box with a flying mount is pretty hard and only possible with a Quetzal or Argentavis, it is much easier to lure it into it. For this, leave one side of the box open at first and place a doorframe on the opposite side. Then, after getting its attention, you just run into the box, wait until it is close enough to actually enter it, and then just leave through the door frame (It cant pass through it) and close the opposite side with a spare wall.

Losing aggro[editar | editar código]

To lose its aggro, just travel vertically till the skybox is reached and instantly return. Horizontal travel to lose its interest is discouraged because it can cause the teleporting bug, which lets it exit the box (If this happens or not is dependent on the exact placement of the box), or may even let it despawn.

Sometimes, it may be still enraged and attacking the box when returning. In this case, you need to replace all wall/door structures it is attacking.

Using a Quetzal[editar | editar código]

Quetzal holding Gigantopithecus.png

To tame the Gigantopithecus using the Quetzal method, it requires 2 people. The first person needs to carry the Gigantopithecus with the Quetzal, and hover close the ground. While it's been carried, the Gigantopithecus can be fed, and is less likely to retaliate against the tamer. If the feeder gets too close, it will still throw a punch, but it wont affect the tame or aggro it. The Quetzal might slide around over time, so the Quetzal rider only has to adjust its position every now and then. Along with feeding the Quetzal food/stimberries to keep it flying. Alternative, on PC, the player riding the Quetzal can hold X to prevent it from moving in the air, thus allowing it to keep the Gigantopithecus completely still.

Utility[editar | editar código]

tossing animation (click to enlarge)

Human Tossing[editar | editar código]

When sitting on a Gigantopithecus and pressing the alt-fire button (default: right click), it grab the survivor with the blue crosshair appearing in front of the HUD. It will toss him/her forward upon clicking again. This can be used to get over walls without destroying them. Be careful as this does cause the Gigantopithecus to melee attack directly in front of it, damaging anything or anyone in the established path.

If you have the Glider Suit, this can give you an excellent bit of elevation to glide around and get a good view. The Gigantopithicus can easily follow you when gliding, if you know what you're doing. As well, if you deploy the parachute, it will carry you forwards for an incredible distance, faster than most animals can run, the downside being you won't have your Gigantopithicus to defend you when you finally land.

They are an excellent mount for gaining an acrobatic advantage if you know what you're doing.

Roles[editar | editar código]

  • Tank: Excellent tank due to its high HP and ability to wear any type of helmet. (Level up in Health and Damage)
  • Damage: Very good AOE, damage scaling and knockback. The knockback has also been known to push back a Brontosaurus slightly. (Level up in Damage, Health and Speed slightly)
    • Armor killer: Damages through player's armor easily much like Arthropleura in Pvp. (Level up in Damage, Health and Speed slightly)
  • Transport: Decent base carrying capacity but nothing absurd. Good base speed, similar to a player without any speed upgrades and can travel up and down ziplines like the ravager. (Level up in Speed, Stamina, and Weight)
    • Shoulder Carrier: Ability to carry shoulder pets (Such as Charge Light Dino, Jerboa, Microraptor etc...) with good base speed. (Level up in Speed, Stamina, and Weight)
  • Gatherer: Can gather fiber, thatch, wood, and a decent amount of berries. Can gather fiber passively when not ridden–will gather fiber from plants in its vicinity, otherwise turn on ability to wander to gather fiber continuously. Use C (RB on Xbox)to gather fiber while ridden. (Level up in Damage, Weight, and Stamina)
  • Travel:
  • Guardian:
  • Battle Mount:
  • Combatant:
  • Defender:
  • Hiker: Gigantopithecus may outmatch Pulmonoscorpius and Beelzebufo for hiking. They can climb the steepest surfaces with ease and take almost no fall damage.
  • Underwater Mount: Can be a decent and powerful underwater mount, it's high damage and AoE can clear out large swarms of mantas and repel annoying ichthys from pushing you around and blocking pathways. (Level Oxygen, Damage, and Health)
  • Caving: Arguably the best mount you can travel through in caves. Small enough yet deal significant damage and can run fast enough to avoid fights. Should you get caught up in the lakes you can swim to safety.

Carry-able Creatures[editar | editar código]

The Gigantopithecus is capable of carrying the following shoulder-mounts, in addition to a human rider:


Both Microraptor.png Microraptor, Dimorphodon.png Dimorphodon and Pegomastax.png Pegomastax will attack (or pickpocket, in Pegomastax's case) the opposing survivor if thrown towards them in PvP-enabled server.

Ichthyornis.png Ichthyornis will do the same thing as it does for survivors when thrown towards fish.

Can only pick Ferox.png Ferox when small. Also, when a small Ferox is carried, it will glitch and appear between the two Gigantopithecus' feet.

Controls
  • Hold C to pick up.
  • Tap/Hold C to aim and throw.
  • Tap X to drop.

The Gigantopithecus can only target tribe-owned creatures, and cannot be used to pick up wild or enemy variants.

Collectibles[editar | editar código]

Recurso Eficiencia
Fiber.png Fiber ★★★★★
Gathers autonomously
Berries.png Berries ★★★★☆
Thatch.png Thatch ★★★☆☆
Wood.png Wood ★★☆☆☆
Fiber can be gathered when Gigantopithecus is wandering, and while ridden with C.

Combat[editar | editar código]

This section describes how to fight against the Gigantopithecus.

General[editar | editar código]

The Gigantopithecus has fairly good health and attack, since it is passive until you get too close it is easy to avoid if you don't think you can handle it.

Strategy[editar | editar código]

Gigantopithecus has a good amount of knockback, this can be used to your advantage if you're using ranged weaponry and have fairly good armor or health. Keep walking backwards while attacking it with ranged attacks, and if it hits you use the knockback to give yourself more distance to keep attacking them.

Weaponry[editar | editar código]

Using a quetzal to pick up the gigantopithecus can be an effective way to easily kill it.

Dangers[editar | editar código]

A Wild Gigantopithecus Is known to be passive, but if you bump into it as you try to feed it berries to Tame it, it will attack you so careful not to get too close when taming. If it agros you simply run away until it stops chasing, taming progress will not be lost. If you attack it, it will not stop chasing and tame is likely to be ruined. Given the added ability to tear through armor, it is best not to attempt taming with equipment that are expensive to repair.

Weakness[editar | editar código]

Gigantopithecus' weakness is its strength. Gigantopithecus is known to knock you back on hit so if you survive you have a chance to run away. Once you are far enough the Gigantopithecus will ignore you and you can once again retry to tame it if so wish.

Spotlight[editar | editar código]

Notes/Trivia[editar | editar código]

For information pertaining specifically to the real-world Gigantopithecus, see the relevant Wikipedia article

  • Gigantopithecus means "giant ape" in Greek.
  • First known creature to harvest fiber.
  • Relic Gigantopithecus are one theory for sightings of large, hairy primates (Sasquatch, Yeti, etc.).
    • This may have influenced the appearance of Ark's Gigantopithecus since it was thought to postured more like a gorilla in real life.
  • it is also evidenced by its spawncode name being bigfoot.
  • According to some scientists, Gigantopithecus was nearly 10 feet tall and thus the biggest ape that ever lived. Therefore, it would have weighed more than 500 kilograms, comparable to a full-grown polar bear.
  • Dossier revealed on 06/24/2015.[1]
  • Its full name Gigantopithecus fibrarator translates into "fiber gatherer giant ape", referring to its use as a fiber collector.
  • Gigantopithecus received a major update for TLC Phase 1 on February 20, 2018 with an appearance overhaul, ability to jump and climb on zip lines (but not jump between like Ravager.png Ravager), throws like Karkinos.png Karkinos, their attacks can break armor easier and can carry shoulder pets. They are also introduced in Aberration on the same day.
  • As of 8/25/2018 The Fresh Coffee Fruit in the ARK Primitive+ Ragnarok does not working on the Steam/PC version of the game, when taming the Gigantopithecus. However, testing some other items the Cane Sugar does work as well as the obvious mejoberries.
  • The Western Jungles in the island are more likely habitats that Gigantopithecus would live in. Additionally, real Gigantopithecus lived in large herds and families while ARK's version are solitary. This would make taming them considerably more difficult since touching them may lead to all turning against you.

Gallery[editar | editar código]

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