ATLAS is a pirate MMO game which allows you tame the many wondrous creatures which roam the land. Here is your taming guide to Atlas.

Atlas Taming Wiki: How to tame every animal in game – horses, lions, tigers, bears, more

Atlas Taming Wiki: How to tame every animal in game – horses, lions, tigers, bears, more (Pic: STUDIO WILDCARD)

Atlas is an MMO game with endless possibilities all set in an exciting world of pirates.

More than 40,000 players have the ability to descend on a massive game map.

The survival game is spread across 45,000 square kilometres, filled with over 700 land masses, spread across 10 distinct world regions.

This allows for hours and hours of endless fun – discovering new areas, building, sailing, conquering and of course, finding buried treasure.

There are definitely some crossovers from its predecessor Ark: Survival Evolved – for example taming.

Taming allows you to bond with the many creatures you will meet along the way.

Different creatures requite different methods of taming.

Before you do anything, keep in mind you have to have levelled up enough to get a Bola.

You also have to have unlocked Beastmastery from the Skill Tree, completing the Tools of the Trade, and Hand-to-Hand Combat.

Atlas – What are the different methods of taming?

The easiest way of making a little friend is passive taming.

This is a non-violent method which you can do simply by following the animal around and feeding it its favourite foods.

Once you have filled up its inventory you will have successfully tamed it.

Active Taming requires combat and additional skills, but in return you will get a more aggressive animal that may assist you in combat.

This method involves lowering a creature’s health until it can be trapped using a Bola.

Usually this will be about 10% of its total health – then you can use the Bola to knock them out for 90 seconds.

Then you will be able to feed the animal its preferred food.

Atlas – How to tame creatures:

Chicken – Passive – Berries / Fruits

Money – Passive – Berries / Fruits

Parrot – Active – Hardtack / Berries

Rabbit – Passive – Carrot / Berries

Sheep – Passive – Flowers / Berries

Bear – Active – Honey / Berries / Fruits / Vegetables

Bull – Active – Rushes / Berries / Fronds / Vegetables / Fruits

Cow – Passive – Rushes / Berries / Fronds / Vegetables / Fruits

Crow – Active – Earthworms / Berries / Fruits

Horse – Active – Sugar cane / Vegetables / Fruits / Berries

Ostrich – Active – Chili / Vegetables / Fruits / Berries

Pig – Passive – Maize / Vegetables / Fruits / Berries

Seagull – Active – Prime Fish Meat / Fish Meat

Vulture – Active – Rotten Meat / Earthworms

Wolf – Active – Bone / Prime Animal Meat / Animal Meat

Penguin – Active – Prime Fish Meat / Fish Meat

Elephant – Active – Wheat / Vegetables / Fruits

Giraffe – Active – Beet / Vegetables / Fruits

Lion – Active – Prime Animal Meat / Animal Meat

Rhino – Active – Turnip / Vegetables / Fruits

Tiger –Active – Prime Animal Meat / Animal Meat

Razertooth – Active – Jack’s Beef Buns, Cooked Prime Fish Meet

Shieldhorn – Active – Vegetables

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