Wednesday, 01 December 2021

Taming Wolves and Raptors in Fortnite Season 6

Author: Ace Weiss

Fortnite has a lot going on in the new season 6 update and apparently one of the new big things in this season is having the wildlife roam around the world, pretty cool huh? Well, the ones that we are going to be looking at are wolves and raptors. Apparently, they are not so friendly but nothing a few pieces of meat can’t fix!

Despite being two completely different species of animals, they do share one thing in common: and that’s violence.  So, if you see one, you better make a run for your life or better yet, tame one of these beasts to help you out in combat. Despite their violent tendencies, these beasts can actually be tamed and we are going to show you exactly how to do just that.

 

Track them Down

 

(image credit: Epic Games/Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment/Fortline games)

 

First things first, if you want to tame a wolf or a raptor, you will first have to locate them and luckily, they are both easy to track down. As for the wolves, you can find them in areas that are densely covered with trees, mostly likely in packs. So, if you see one, chances are there are others close by.

For the raptors however, you will have to look out for their eggs that they have been hatched from, they will surely be close by and same as our wolves, raptors are also found in packs, so you have to tread carefully there.

 

How to Tame Them?

 

(image credit: Epic Games/Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment/Fortline games)

 

Now, once you have tracked them down, there are two ways to go about taming either of them. So, let’s start with the easy way first:

If you spot a raptor or a wolf, the first thing you will need to do is throw a piece of meat towards it and once it takes the bait, get close to it and start taming, while keeping an eye out for others as they might attack you. Keep in mind that sometimes a single piece of meat is not going to cut it, so keep a spare just in case.

That’s one way to go about it but it’s not the most reliable or safe technique. Now, another way to do this is to craft a hunter’s cloak, and in order to do that, you will need two animal bones that you will have to then combine with a piece of meat. You can use this hunter’s cloak while the target is near and this way, they won’t retaliate or attack you and you can get on with the taming phase.

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