Looking for how to tame Fjordhawks in the ARK Survival Evolved Fjordur map? Well, don’t worry! We have got you covered. We have prepared a handy guide sharing details on how you can tame Fjordhawks in the ARK Survival Evolved Fjordur map while talking about where you can find Fjordhawks and what you need to tame Fjordhawks in ARK Survival Evolved Fjordur map.
So, without any further ado, let us check out how to tame Fjordhawks in the ARK Survival Evolved Fjordur map.
How to Tame Fjordhawks in ARK Survival Evolved
You can tame Fjordhawks in the ARK Survival Evolved Fjordur map by feeding them meat. The best and easiest way to tame Fjordhawks is by bringing a lot of Sheep, aka Ovis, to kill them near a Fjordhawk and let him eat the dead body.
Doing so will start filling the Fjordhawk’s Taming Meter. Once the meter is at 100%, you will successfully have tamed the Fjordhawk. After that, the Fjordhawk will follow you out in the wild. The Fjordhawk can sit on your shoulders, fly around you and do much more things than being just a fancy companion.
Where to Find Fjordhawks
There are multiple locations where you can find Fjordhawks in the ARK Survival Evolved Fjordur map—you can find one such place at the coordinates: 76.6 Latitude and 41.5 Longitude. There, you will come across two Fjordhawks.
In the vicinity, you will find even more Fjordhawks. If exploring is not your forte, go at the coordinates: 17.6 Latitude and 23.4 Longitude, and you will find another pair of Fjordhawks.
How to Get Ovis in ARK Survival Evolved
Now let’s talk about the food you need to tame the Fjordhawks. As we mentioned earlier, you will need a lot of Ovis, or at least two to four high-level ones with all points put in HP.
You can find Ovis out in the wild. Meanwhile, you can tame it by simply walking up to it and feeding it a Sweet Vegetable Cake.
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ARK Survival Evolved is an action-adventure Survival Game currently available on Android, iOS, Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation, Xbox, Google’s Stadia, and macOS platforms.