If you’re wondering how to tame a basilisk, you’ve come to the right place. We’ll cover a few important points here, including how to protect yourself, avoid close combat, and how to make a trap for the basilisk. In addition, we’ll cover how to eat eggs and make a trap.
When taming a basilisk, it is important to avoid provoking it. If you want to get the best results, avoid provoking it by being overly aggressive. It is also important to protect yourself from its poison spit. You can also tame it using mounts, such as the Rock Drake, Rex, or Magmasaur.
While the Basilisk may not look intimidating, it is a dangerous animal that will attack you if it feels threatened. Its weight and speed makes it a good travel mount. It can also be a useful companion for carrying heavy items. However, its Oxygen stat makes it a poor battle mount. While its weight makes it a good companion for you to use in battle, you must avoid getting too close to it, because it will attack you with its powerful bite.
When taming a basilisk, you should be wary of its gaze. The basilisk’s gaze has an area effect that can slow an opponent by five squares. This effect changes depending on the monster, so check the basilisk’s stats carefully. For example, the Venom-Eye Basilisk is a level 10 artillery monster with 87 HP and Speed 6. Similarly, its AC and Fortitude are average.
Basilisks are rare creatures. Although they are not active hunters, their poison spits out a poisonous ball if it catches its prey. A basilisk’s bite can knock someone out or paralyze them. If a basilisk attacks a victim, it can also spit a poisonous blob of spit, which can damage a nearby area or knock them unconscious.
While taming a basilisk, it is important to avoid provoking it with a lot of food. You should use eggs to feed it, and make sure to get eggs from your own supplies. Basilisks do not feed well from other people’s supplies, so it is important to have a reliable source of food for your tamed basilisk.
Basilisks can cause massive damage when in close combat, so it is important to wear proper protection. A gas mask and Hazard Suit Armor are great pieces of gear that will help you neutralize their poison spit.
Avoid close combat if you don’t have a gas mask
To tame a basilisk, you should avoid close combat and use a gas mask. This creature has a large, poisonous ball in its mouth and spits it at its prey. If it is not able to kill its prey, it will just burrow back into its burrow and wait for the next meal.
Eat eggs to tame a basilisk
To tame a basilisk, you must first prepare a meal for it. A good recipe for this is to prepare a dozen eggs and drop them on the basilisk’s ground-level hiding place. The basilisk will come out of hiding when it smells the eggs and will eat them. If you don’t have enough eggs, you can try using the eggs laid by Voidwyrms or Wyverns.
After the eggs are fertilized, the basilisk will eat them. This is the only way to tame a basilisk. However, the rate of return for the basilisk is very slow. Therefore, you have to be patient and return to a safe location as soon as the basilisk begins to eat its eggs.
If you want to mount the basilisk, you can use the Rock Drake, Rex, or Magmasaur. Just make sure that you’re always keeping an eye on it. If it starts to attack you, kite into a circle and try to maintain aggro. Alternatively, you can use a Karkinos to carry the Basilisk and the eggs in its inventory.
The Basilisk’s taming process is very similar to that of Titanoboa. After taming, it will start to eat meat as a food source. It will ignore nearby eggs, however, when it’s not focused on eating. Its head and body resemble that of a Wyvern, but it has a dragon-like skull and spikes on its body. Although a large mount may make a Basilisk aggressive, it will ignore the Raptors.
Basilisks are extremely dangerous creatures. Because of this, the Ministry of Magic prohibited breeding them. They are dangerous and often raided farms and chicken coops. So, if you’re planning to raise a basilisk, make sure you get it out of a breeding site before it’s inspected.
Basilisks are able to be tamed when fed the eggs of a rock drake and crystal wyvern. You must be careful to place them in the appropriate places, and you should be able to lure the creature into it by chasing it. When it’s hungry, basilisks will eat the eggs.
Make a trap for a basilisk
The best way to catch a basilisk is to lure it into a trap. The trap can consist of a fence foundation, pillars, ramps, or any other structure that can lure the basilisk into the trap. It is important to note that these structures must be separate from one another on the ground to prevent the basilisk from digging under them to escape.
Basilisks are burrowed creatures that cannot survive in the water. They are not able to turn in any direction, and they will fall into the water. Their venom is extremely poisonous, and can kill a human in minutes. It will also make them drowsy and blurry-visioned. Even after the snake has died, its venom remains very potent.
Once you have trapped the basilisk, you can begin the taming process. To do this, you will need to feed the basilisk fertilized Rock Drake Eggs. It is important to note that the basilisk will not eat the eggs if it is not hungry.
Creating a taming trap for a basilisk is easy if you know how to set it up. You can use foundations and pillars to create a structure where the basilisk will not be able to escape. The taming trap will be more effective if it is not destroyed. The taming process itself will depend on the level of your taming skills.
Once the basilisk is tamed, it will get bonuses to its stats. However, the taming trap will not make the basilisk tame faster. It is best to be within a distance of 12 feet, so that the basilisk will not get too aggravated.
The basilisk is a tough enemy, and you should have the proper weapons to get rid of it. A high-quality crossbow will take out a low level basilisk, but make sure you use lots of Arrows. Make sure to use non-Torpor-inducing weapons, as Basilisks induce Torpor.