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Spawn Command
cheat summon Deinonychus_Character_BP_C
cheat SpawnDino "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/Dinos/Raptor/Uberraptor/Deinonychus_Character_BP.Deinonychus_Character_BP'" 500 0 0 35

Variant Deinonychus (Gauntlet2)

cheat summon Deinonychus_Character_BP_STA_C
cheat SpawnDino "Blueprint'/Game/Genesis2/Missions/ModularMission/Gauntlet2/STA/Dinos/Deinonychus_Character_BP_STA.Deinonychus_Character_BP_STA'" 500 0 0 35
1 Adults cannot be tamed, but  Wild Eggs can be hatched.
 Deinonychus Saddle (Level 32)
80 - 90 °C / 176 - 194 °F
 Egg Incubator: 85 °C / 185 °F
Incubation Time
4h 59m 58.561s
Baby Time
3h 42m 13.333s
Juvenile Time
14h 48m 53.331s
Adolescent Time
18h 31m 6.664s
Total Maturation Time
1d 13h 2m 13.328s
Breeding Interval
18h - 2d
Valguero Topographic Map.jpg
Spawning Deinonychus Valguero.svg
Fjordur Map.jpg
Spawning Deinonychus Fjordur Midgard.svg
Common        Rare
  Untameable   Cave

The Deinonychus (Di-NON-ih-kus), also known by Dododex's most upvoted player tip, the Cliff Chicken is a creature in  ARK: Survival Evolved's Valguero DLC.

Basic Info


This section is intended to be an exact copy of what the survivor Helena Walker, the author of the dossiers, has written. There may be some discrepancies between this text and the in-game creature.


Deinonychus magna pede








By the time you hear the scurrying claws of the Deinonychus, it's often too late. Superior hunters, they leap from a hiding place and pounce on their prey. The Deinonychus is an agile climber as well, jumping from wall ledge to wall ledge as it seeks high vantage points to lie in wait. A hungry Deinonychus tends to be fearless and will hunt prey much larger than itself, latching onto a dinosaur's back with its sickle-shaped claws, then starting to feed before its victim is even dead. While it likes its meat fresh, a Deinonychus isn't above scavenging a carcass if no other food is available.


Raising a Deinonychus in captivity requires an ample food supply, as they have a fast metabolism to match their high activity level. The Deinonychus is also fiercely territorial near nests with eggs, even if the eggs aren't its own. This makes breeding successive generations a hazardous process. Unless raised from eggs, they cannot be tamed; the hunter instinct of a wild Deinonychus is so strong that it reflexively pounces on a would-be master.


The Deinonychus is fiercely territorial in the wild. They will protect their nests against any who dare to trespass.


The Deinonychus has a similar appearance to its close relative, the  Raptor, but has plumage similar to that of the  Rock Drake. The Deinonychus has razor sharp claws useful for climbing and attacking.

Color Scheme and Regions

The fifth region is barely visible in the game from most angles, and its photo has been adjusted for better visibility.


This section displays the Deinonychus's natural colors and regions. For demonstration, the regions below are colored red over an albino Deinonychus. The colored squares shown underneath each region's description are the colors that the Deinonychus 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.

This information can be used to alter the Deinonychus's regions by entering cheat SetTargetDinoColor <ColorRegion> <ColorID> in the cheat console. For instance, cheat SetTargetDinoColor 0 6 would color the Deinonychus's "base color" magenta.

Deinonychus PaintRegion0.jpg
Region 0:
Base Color
Deinonychus PaintRegion1.jpg
Region 1:
Feathers Accents
X mark.svg

Region 2 is not used
for this Creature.

Deinonychus PaintRegion3.jpg
Region 3:
Feathers Main
Deinonychus PaintRegion4.jpg
Region 4:
Deinonychus PaintRegion5.jpg
Region 5:


Base Stats and Growth

Attribute Base Value Level Increase Taming Bonus
Wild Tamed Additive Multiplicative
 Health 200 +40 +5.4% 0.07
 Stamina 150 +15 +10%
 Oxygen 150 +15 +10%
 Food 1200 +120 +10%
 Weight 140 +2.8 +4%
 Melee Damage 30 / 30 +1.5 / +1.5 +1.7% 7% 17.6%
 Movement Speed 100% N/A +1.5% 20%
 Torpidity 180 +10.8 N/A 0.5
Base Speed Sprinting Speed Stamina
Wild Tamed1 Tamed2 Wild Tamed1 Tamed2
Walking 480 ? ? 1296 1440 1728 6
Swimming 300 ? ? ? ? ? ?
  • For a comparison of the stats of all creatures, see Base Creature Statistics.
  • For an explanation of exactly how the levelup calculation works, see Creature Stats Calculation.
  • 1These are the base speeds of the tamed creature at 100% Movement Speed, i.e. without a possible taming bonus.
  • 2These are the speeds of the creature once tamed including a possible taming bonus and no imprinting bonus.
  • For a comparison of the speeds of all creatures, see Base Creature Speeds.

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.[1]


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.



  • The Deinonychus bites the target for 30 damage.
  • This attacks does special  Bleed to the target.
  • Can be used every 0.6s by both a rider and the AI.

Pack Roar
  • Only the Pack Leader Deinonychus can use this ability.
  • After the Pack Leader does this action up to 6 allied Deinos roars too and gives them  Pack Mate buff to the pack of Deinos.
  • Increases their  Melee Damage, attack speed, damage resistance and  Movement Speed of the whole pack for 45 seconds.
  • Can be used every 45s by both a rider and the AI.

  • The Deinonychus jumps.

Climb / Attach Target
  • The Deinonychus jumps towards a wall to climb it or against a valid target.
  • This climb is based on jumping to the next position instead of freely move.
  • If it is attached into a creature it could bite it.


Deinonychus Bleed

The Deinonychus  Bleed is special, this bleed lasts for 7 seconds and can be stacked up to 5 times, reducing 1.5% of the target's  Health over the duration of the bleed + 0.3% for each stacked bleed.

This bleed also increases its total damage with the Deinonychus  Melee Damage stat, and because this bleed counts as direct damage any creature that gets killed by this bleed will give the experience to the Deinonychus.

Finally, the most important feature about this bleed is that it can be applied to bosses.

Pack Leader

The highest level Deinonychus of the pack receives  Pack Leader buff constantly, increasing its  Melee Damage by 25% and damage resistance by 12.5%.

No Fall Damage

The Deinonychus does not receive fall damage.


This section describes how to fight against the Deinonychus.



The best way to take down a Deinonychus is to use a long ranged weapon such as a  Crossbow or  Rifle . Bring powerful attackers like Wyverns or Spinos, or lure Deinonychus off cliffs with a flier. If you don’t have a ranged weapon and they latch on to your mount, just smack it away as they have relatively low health.

If you are stealing eggs, then you definitely need to be prepared with a good mount because there is most likely going to be a pack of Deinonychus. It’s suggested to use a flyer so you’ll be safe. Make sure to steal the egg and then QUICKLY escape because the Deinonychus can pounce riders, which can pose a great threat as it gives time for the rest of the pack to arrive.

Deinonychus can deal a percentage damage bleed effect that scales with how big a pack is, thus high health tames may lose thousands of health instantaneously. They also have the ability to climb, but its not nearly as good as the  Thylacoleo or the  Rock Drake.



It is able to latch onto large creatures such as a  Rex or  Brontosaurus, making them hard to hit via conventional means. To make it even more dangerous, they are able to glide upwards to latch onto a nearby ledge similar to the  Rock Drake, and pounce and attack much like the  Raptor (It can't dismount you though). They also cause a bleed effect that stacks and makes them even more dangerous. They tend to be found in groups of at least 2 or more which can make killing/getting away much harder.


While latched onto a large creature, it can mostly only attack the said creature until it releases itself out, making it extremely vulnerable to any attacks from other creatures or ranged weapons.

The Deinonychus is weak on knockbacks like  Raptor. Using a  Trike with a decent amount of  Health can easily kill a pack or two at once. While latched they can still get hit by attacks from the one they are riding


Similar to the  Wyvern, Rock Drake, and  Magmasaur, wild Deinonychus cannot be tamed, but a fertilized  Deinonychus Egg can be stolen from a nest and hatched to obtain a tamed Deinonychus. Likewise similar to the Wyvern, Rock Drake, and Magmasaur, a typical player would need to be cautious, as these theropods react very aggressively to anything stealing their eggs. Unlike the Wyvern, Rock Drake, and Magmasaur however, Deinonychus are not initially aggressive to large-class predators such as Rexes or Spinos, and these tames may be walked directly up to the nests without conflict until an egg is stolen, making them excellent options for egg theft. Deinonychus nests can be found almost everywhere the dinosaurs spawn, but perhaps the most reliable place to find and farm eggs is the small canyon region in the White Cliffs called The Paradise, which is located in the flat plains area of the cliffs, near to The Lake region. Once an egg has been acquired, the incubation temperature is between 176 and 194 degrees Fahrenheit, or 80 to 90 degrees Celsius, which can be reached through the use of various fires (14 Campfires for example), Air Conditioners, or a Dimetrodon. Once you've hatched your first Deinonychus, unlike the Wyvern, Rock Drake, and Magmasaur, the hatchlings do not require any special food source, and can be fed a standard carnivore diet straight out of the egg. Finally, similarly to the Wyverns and Magmasaurs, successive generations can be bred from tamed individuals, and mutations for higher stats may be acquired.

Stealing an Egg

The nests spawn all around The Paradise in The White Cliffs, and stealing an  egg won't be very hard with some these tames:

  • A  Lymantria is very recommended, with its ability to fly and poison you can run away easily. They are easy to tame and spawn all around The Paradise near the  nests. Their  saddle also has a low level requirement (35).
  • A high level  Pteranodon is recommended because of its ability to fly: you can take the egg and fly away easily, or lure the pack off of a cliff.
  • A  saddled  Roll Rat can easily outrun the  Deinonychus, making it highly recommended for the quest as well.
  • A fast  Sabertooth can be a good choice either, since they can be tamed easily and their spawn area isn't very far from the Chalk Hills.
  • You, a  Human, can also do the job. Place a  Sleeping Bag or a  Bed near the nesting area, steal the egg and run away. If you happen to die, respawn at the bed and get your stuff back along with the egg. Watch out for the  Allosaurus and the  Raptors.
  • A Yutyrannus could also be used to steal eggs. They are classed as large carnivores and as such won't aggro Deinonychus until an egg is stolen. Dienonychus are also susceptible to Yutyrannus' fear roar, so you just gotta grab an egg and fear roar them away.



The Deinonychus is a versatile tame capable of many unusual, but useful abilities that give it an edge in both combat and merely getting around the map. What sets it apart from many of ARK's tames is that not all of the Deinonychus' abilities are readily apparent, so it takes some practice to get used to the controls and get acquainted with its full skill set (it is, however, not quite as difficult as the  Bloodstalker to master, but the Deinonychus still has a relatively high skill ceiling compared to most tames).

Pack Screech: One of the most simple abilities it has at its disposal, that it shares with many of ARK's creatures, and one players are often quite familiar with before they get on the saddle of a Deinonychus, is its screech ability. This ability requires an 'alpha' Deinonychus to use (the highest leveled Deinonychus in a group will be designated the alpha, and will be marked by an orange glow around its head), and provides a temporary buff to speed and damage when used for itself and up to 4 other pack members who join in the screech. Sometimes, the alpha Deinonychus is still able to use its screech even when its bonded pack members are out of render distance. To trigger this ability, press the crouch button (default C, Right Stick, Right Stick).

Charge Jump: On top of the standard running and jumping controls that are familiar to most tames, the Deinonychus is one of the few tames that has a 'charge up' to its jump. While on the ground, the jump button (default Space, A, Cross) can be held before being released, which will result in a 'glide' of sorts that keeps the Deinonychus airborne longer than it would have been from just tapping the button. Combined with a running start, the Deinonychus can clear some very impressive gaps with this ability. To further aid the rider, it even has a special animation where it starts to crouch as you hold the jump button, to let you know when the leap is fully charged. If your jump misses, however, you rarely need to worry, as the Deinonychus has a unique immunity to fall damage.

Climbing: What really sets the Deinonychus apart from other tames is its unique method of climbing (which the  Ferox later emulated, but did not copy completely). The Deinonychus is capable of latching onto climbable surfaces (nearly anything vertical counts, including harvestable nodes like trees) with its claws while mid-air from a jump (it will do so automatically), and can even launch itself with targeted precision towards a climbable surface in range. Unlike most other climbers, such as the  Thylacoleo or  Megalania, the Deinonychus does not climb using the movement buttons, but by tapping the jump button (default Space, A, Cross); which will cause the Deinonychus to lurch and shimmy in the direction the camera is facing, functioning like a living version of  Climbing Picks (although it cannot climb upside down like the picks can, only on vertical surfaces). The faster you press the jump button, the more quickly the Deinonychus will climb. While climbing, the Deinonychus is even capable of leaping huge distances between climbable surfaces, like a clumsy version of the  Rock Drake's launch ability. This is done the very same way the Deinonychus uses its charge jump while on the ground: by holding the jump button before releasing. The camera has to be targeting a surface that is considered climbable however, otherwise the charge-leap will fail, resulting in a normal shimmy. While latched onto a surface, if at any time you wish to detach your Deinonychus and return to the ground, merely press the crouch button (default C, Right Stick, Right Stick), and it will let go of whatever it is climbing on.

Special Attacks: Finally, the Deinonychus is capable of latching onto larger targets in much the same way as it climbs: by using the jump button (latch-able opponents will have a red fangs icon that lets you know they are able to be jumped onto). Once attached, the Deinonychus can perform a special attack where it bites chunks out of the latched creature (default Left, RT, R2). Just like its primary attack, this bite attack also inflicts the target with a bleeding status effect. This attack should be used with caution however, as nearly every opponent that can be latched onto is capable of fighting back and hitting your Deinonychus while it is latched on. To let go of these dangerous opponents, simply press the jump button a second time. Whereas smaller opponents are concerned, the Deinonychus is capable of pinning them down in the very same manner as a raptor by pressing the secondary attack button (default Right, LT, L2) when the target is in range.

The following creatures can be latched onto by the Deinonychus:

The following creatures can get pinned down by Deinonychus:


  • Combat Specialist: The Deinonychus may be small compared to the giant combatants of the ARKs like Rexes and Spinos, but appearances can be deceiving. Despite its size, the Deinonychus can be one of the most lethal fighters available, enough to rival, and even one-up, their larger competitors in some situations. On its own or in a group, what gives Deinonychus its edge is not its meager health pool or average amount of base damage, but in fact, its access to Bleeding!; a status effect that drains 0.3% of a victim's health over 7 seconds, bypassing armor (like Player armor and Tame saddle armor, but not innate resistances, such as the Rock Elemental's natural armor). It can also stack up to 5 times, and can be used with other creatures' bleeds, allowing for increased bleed damage. A single Deinonychus, provided it attacks relentlessly, can apply all 5 stacks of Bleeding on its own, but pack mates should be brought along for maximum effectiveness. For this role, level  Melee Damage and  Health to all Deinonychus, and add  Stamina and  Weight to any you intend to ride.
    • Pack Fighter: Whether it involves simple hunting, traveling, or intensive combat, a pack of three to five Deinonychus comes with benefits. The highest level Deinonychus will be designated the alpha, which provides a constant bonus to damage, along with access to a vocalization ability that grants a 45-second pack buff to other allied Deinonychus in its vicinity (up to 4); which boosts movement speed, damage, and resistance to all pack members. One thing to note for this role is that non-ridden Deinonychus will not climb, even if they follow their pack leader; they require a rider to command those precise movements. This means if you intend to travel over difficult terrain, it may be best to leave non-riding pack mates at home.
      • Slayer Companion: The Deinonychus is fragile on its own, so pitting it alone against dangerous targets is a risky strategy, that can result in some bitter losses. Unlike other bleeders, who can function as true slayers of difficult opponents, the Deinonychus is a more of a glass cannon, best used when paired with another creature that deals bleeding damage (like  Thylacoleo or  Carnotaurus). As the bleed inflicted by a Deinonychus is the only bleeding effect that will stack with other bleeds, and because the health percentage the Deinonychus bleed drains is lower and lasts longer than most other bleeds, this earns the Deinonychus a niche, but still quite useful role, as a damage supplement; best used in team strategy situations, rather than on its own.
      • Alpha-Slayer: Whether it's for getting rid of them as mere pests, killing them for the massive amount of  Raw Prime Meat they're worth, collecting their relevant Trophies, or leveling your  Chibi-Pets; Deinonychus makes slaughtering lower-tier Alpha Creatures a walk in the park. More challenging Alphas, such as Alpha Rexes, are best avoided, but can be rushed, albeit with risk, when their attention is focused on a different, and more tank-oriented, opponent.
      • Deathworm-Slayer: While not a role that Deinonychus are specifically required for, they make the task of felling the dangerous  Deathworms much easier, particularly the  Alpha Deathworms. The worms themselves are not as dangerous as  Giganotosaurus or  Titanosaurs and don't have the same armor as  Rock Elementals, but they have a high health pool and deal a good amount of damage. A small pack of saddled and armored Deinonychus will do just fine for normal worms, though for alpha worms, a larger pack, or a small pack used alongside other large-class predators, would be a good idea.  Yutyrannus and support is optional for this role; unrequired for single  Deathworm battles, but they are invaluable if you intend to hunt multiple worms. Keep in mind, however, that this is a role that, although the Deinonychus are capable of performing, they are still not the best choice for doing so. The average Deinonychus' lower levels in health and weight can make the fights costly and hauling the heavy loot the worms drop problematic. A far better choice for this role, if you have one at your disposal, would be the native  Lightning Wyvern (the higher the level, the better), which can push the worms back out of melee range with their wing attack and pelt them with highly damaging lightning bolts, as well has haul off the loot.
      • Boss-Slayer: Among all the tames that inflict bleeding effects on their targets, the Deinonychus is unique among them in the fact that its bleed is the only bleed that works on Bosses. A small pack of Deinonychus, provided they survive long enough, used alongside more traditional boss-oriented tames like the  Yutyrannus and Rexes, can result in a 'cheese' of the boss fight that requires less resources and effort than a standard battle. The optimum number of Deinonychus that should be brought into the boss arena is approximately three: two betas and an alpha. While a single Deinonychus can apply all five stacks of its bleeding effect on a boss alone, it is best that they have the protection and damage increase of both a mate boost and pack buff, which helps keep your Deinonychus alive through the battle. In turn, just bringing three Deinonychus in also saves more room for a larger amount of traditional bossing tames to join the party. Without a doubt, the Deinonychus is a must-have for this role, and makes farming  Element and collecting Tek Engrams a breeze.
    • PvP Specialist: Able to latch onto larger targets, pin smaller ones, and inflict stacking bleed damage: the Deinonychus was born for harassment. Coupled with its speed, sharp turning radius, rider weaponry and climbing abilities; the Deinonychus makes an ideal choice as a light skirmisher, harrier, or scout. Its relative fragility gives it the status as something of a glass cannon, however, as the average Deinonychus can quickly be torn apart by more powerful opponents, forcing most Deinonychus to be used in more tactical roles, so be careful with your feathered friend! Although it doesn't occur there naturally, the Deinonychus can be transferred to and excels in the Aberration map, as fliers are (mostly) disabled and climbing is well-preferred.
  • Travel Mount: Possessing speed, stamina, jumping prowess, climbing capabilities, and a unique immunity to fall damage; the Deinonychus makes for a useful and entertaining means of travel. While capable of getting you across land routes with extreme efficiency when guided by a skilled rider, the Deinonychus handles water very poorly in comparison, with a considerably slow swim speed.
  • Cave Delver: With both its combat and traveling skills taken into consideration, the Deinonychus makes a prime candidate for tackling most artifact caves. However, caverns that require traversal through water are best left to stronger swimmers than the Deinonychus, unless the swimmable section can be skipped by climbing. Caves that have magma, on the other hand, can end up causing some very unfortunate deaths if you make a wrong move with the Deinonychus' jumping and climbing, and are best left to delvers that have less room for error with their jumping abilities.
  • Kibble Farmer: While tamed female Deinonychus do not lay unfertilized eggs like other tames, their wild counterparts produce vast amounts of them in their nesting grounds. Classified as a  Special Egg, wild Deinonychus Eggs can be collected by the bushel and serve as a means to mass-produce  Extraordinary Kibble with ease, the finest generalized taming food in the game.
Resource Efficiency
Raw Meat.png Raw Meat ★★★★☆



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

  • During the first introduction of the creature's dossier, it was hinted that Deinonychus would be breedable by this sentence: "This makes breeding successive generations a hazardous process."
    • This was eventually proven true in Community Crunch 186,[2] making Deinonychus the first raise-only tame to be breedable, unlike the  Reaper, but followed by the  Magmasaur,  Crystal Wyvern,  Rock Drake, and  Wyvern (which was made breedable in TLC 3).
  • Deinonychus magna pede roughly translates to "great footed terrible claw".
  • Deinonychus do not take fall damage, see Fall Damage for more info.
  • If you hold jump while on the ground, the Deinonychus will start to crouch. The longer you hold the more powerful the jump will be. Unlike other creatures with a chargeable jump such as the  Reaper,  Karkinos, or  Procoptodon, the jump can not be aimed, and holding jump does not stop the Deinonychus from running.
  • Contrary to popular belief, the Deinonychus is an original creature and does not come from the Mod ARK Additions, as confirmed by Zen Rowe.[3]
  • Both the  Jerboa and Deinonychus are the only creatures with more than one idle animation.
  • Unlike the  Rock Drake and  Wyvern, the Deinonychus will never spawn above a Level increment of 30 (150 is their max level on official).
  • Baby Deinonychus may sometimes hatch from within the nest, and they can then be claimed by anyone, but be wary of nearby wild Deinonychus, for they will treat claimed babies as targets. It may be wise to carry a  Cryopod in case this happens. Although this got fixed within a couple of patches after the Valguero release, hatching temperatures need to be so high, hatching-in-the-wild will no longer occur.
    • Sometimes when aggroed, Baby Deinonychus may pin down survivors and then run off.
  •  Rock Drake, Deinonychus and  Ice Titan are the only creature that possess an icon different from their dossier/hologram.
  • Deinonychus,  Griffin and Tropeognathus are the only creatures whose dossiers couldn't be obtained.
  • The Deinonychus is the very first creature in ARK: Survival Evolved to be classified as a subspecies.
  • Bleed damage caps at 600% melee and does get reduced by saddles.
  • Unlike  Allosaurus, its bleed cannot slow down target.
  • The Deinonychus is one of the few species that cannot be directly tamed, but still can be acquired by the survivor through other means, with the others being  Wyvern,  Rock Drake,  Reaper,  Rhyniognatha and  Magmasaur.


  • Rarely afflicted with a bug in which it is unable to latch onto latch-able dinosaurs, climb, call, leap onto smaller dinos, or is unable to jump completely. There is no current fix to this.
  • Has occasional spawn issues on Primitive Plus.
  • It will drop  Raptor Eggs passively, only producing  Deinonychus Eggs when breeding. This may be intentional.
  • It can latch onto resources, trees, stones etc. If it destroys the resource that it latched on, it will remain latched, but on nothing.
  •  Yutyrannus's courage roar can affect Deinonychus, however the effect doesn't show up so its impossible to know whether it is encouraged or not unless you ride it.
  • It doesn’t seem to drop any feces when it defecates. May be a bug. (Needs confirmation for PlayStation)


Patch  ARK: Survival Evolved Changes
297.14 Valguero Expansion Release  Deinonychus is added to the game.
  • Increased temperature at which a  Deinonychus Egg will incubate.
  • Fixed case where the Deinonychus AI would land upside down when dismounting while latched on a wall.
  • Fixed several cases of the Deinonychus rotating backwards when jumping while latched onto a wall.
  • Fixed an exploit with Deinonychus.
  • Improved ledge detection when leaping up walls.
  • Deinonychus bleed now works on  Bosses.
  • Improved First Person View on Deinonychus.
  • Improved leaping up walls in laggy scenarios.
  • Deinonychus bleed now scales with its  Melee Damage.
  • Fixed issue with its bleed damage not always scaling every time.
  • Can no longer attach to babies.
307.2 Added  Deinonychus Saddle to engram list.
313.10 Fixed an exploit with the Deinonychus.
321.1 Deinonychus riders are now correctly dismounted when flashed by a  Plant Species Z Fruit.
  • Deinonychus riders can no longer use weapons when they're latched onto a creature.
  • Deinonychus can no longer be picked up by the  Karkinos.
348.2  Karkinos can no longer pick up  Deino/ Enforcer