How to Tame Gargoyle in PixARK

Having trouble taming Gargoyle in PixARK? Here's a simple step-by-step guide to help you out.

PixARK offers a tremendous number of creatures and dinosaur species to tame. One of the best early creatures that can be tamed is the Gargoyle. But in order to tame such a strong beast, you need to follow a certain strategy.

If you just started playing PixARK and are looking for a way to tame a Gargoyle, then follow our step-by-step guide below.

Step 1: Tame Pteranodon

Before going out for the Gargoyle, it would be a good idea to tame a Pteranodon. This flying dinosaur will allow you to not only get to the Magic Forest, a biome which Gargoyles inhabit, but also escape the angry Gargoyle the first time it sees you.

When you reach Level 15, you will get the chance to craft a bow and basic arrows, which is really the only type of weapon that can knock out an extremely cautious Pteranodon.

As soon as a Pteranodon drops to the ground, you can tame it by feeding it either cooked or raw meat.

Step 2: Tame Gargoyle

Now you can use the Pteranodon to go to the Magic Forest. But before that, be sure to craft sleepy arrows for your bow.

Fly over the hills and search for stone Gargoyle statues looking over the magic valleys.

You can use your bow and arrows to shoot a statue, which will force it to wake up and start chasing you.

Gargoyles are pretty slow on their own, so you can easily run away from it on your Pteranodon. When you reach a safe distance, you can shoot a Gargoyle with your sleepy arrows until it drops to the ground.

Lastly, use raw or cooked meat to tame it, and you will have one of the fastest and strongest creatures in PixARK at your service.

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Sergey has been a freelancer in the video games industry for more than five years, writing for various publications around the world. His favorite games are MtG, Dark Souls, Diablo, and Divinity: Original Sin. Sergey doesn't own consoles because a PC is all he needs.

Published Jun. 7th 2019

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