Utopia: Origin Guide to Companions

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The companions are those little creatures that will follow you around in life and death (well, not quite there too, but you won’t lose them once you die) and help you fight all the monsters or players you encounter. This Utopia: Origin guide to companions will cover everything that you need to know in order to acquire them and care for the little critters.

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First thing you need to know is that the companions need to be summoned for you to use them, so if you simply got one it won’t pop out of nowhere on the battlefield. You will have to summon them, and possibly, keep them summoned for as long as you can! By staying summoned for a long period of time, the pets get more EXP and you will be able to level it up more often.

Utopia: Origin – How to capture a companion

In order to capture a companion you will need to start attacking it (yeah, it’s as brutal as it sounds, but take it like this: you’re beating some sense into them) and once their health drops pretty low, then beat them some more with the wooden club. This is going to make them confused (you will notice the icon), and once that icon appears, you can then use a Snare to capture them.

The only companions you can capture are the ones that are the same level as you, or lower. You can try, but the chances of you capturing a companion higher level than you are 0, so there really is no point in doing so.

Utopia: Origin – List of companions

– Ancient Crocodile

– Blood Lizard 

– Blue Bear 

– Blue War Bear

– Brown Bear 

– Brown War Bear

– Dark T-Rex

– Desert Wolf

– Giant Ape 

– Green Lizard

– King Desert Wolf 

– King Sabretooth Tiger 

– King Wolf 

– Mammoth 

– Pool Turtle 

– Red Lizard 

– Sabretooth Tiger

– Snow Bear

– Venom Dragon

– Wolf

– Yellow Lizard

Utopia: Origin – Where to find companions

Below Twilight Foothills: Desert Wolf, King Desert Wolf, Blue War Bear

– Desert areas: Red Lizard, Yellow Lizard, Blood Lizard

– Island on the right side of Herdier Plains Beacon: Mammoth

– Joy River Valley: Giant Ape

– Lugang Island: Dark T-Rex

 Old Bread Islands: Red Lizard, Yellow Lizard, Blood Lizard

– Old Mornmist Forest: Snow Bear, Mammoth

– Old Tulip Plains: King Snow Wolf, Snow Wolf, Snow Bear, 

– Plain areas: Wolf, King Wolf, Green Lizard

– Shadesnow Mountain: King Snow Wolf, Snow Bear, Ancient Crocodile

– Starting Grounds: Pool Turtle

– Mountain areas: Blue Bear, Brown Bear

Some of these pets are better than others, especially for fighting (helping you defeat the enemies). Some of my favorite ones would be the Mammoth and the Dark T-Rex, since they are both cool looking and powerful. It’s not easy to capture either of them, but with patience and a lot of ammo prepared, you can take on the Mammoth (about 350 arrows I’d say).

As for the T-Rex, just keep fighting it and try dodging its attacks (because they are quite powerful) and then you’re good. If you want to capture other companions, just keep looking for them in the areas suggested above and try following what we said in the beginning.

If you need a little help catching some fish, then you should take a look at our fishing guide, and if you happen to catch some juicy fish, you can use them to create something useful (check our recipe list). Also, when fighting those companions you should have already a mount to help you fight them easier, if not, here’s how to get a mount

That would be it for the Utopia: Origin guide to companions, but if you discovered some more locations for some of these pets, then make sure you leave a comment down below and share it with everybody! And if you’re in need of a couple more extra tips and tricks for the game, then our Utopia: Origin guide will help you with everything!

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Cristina Mesesan
I have been playing games ever since I can remember. My passion for video games and especially pixel graphic games must have started back when I was little, because every time I try a new game with pixel graphics I immediately fall addicted to it! I started writing about mobile games in November 2018, focusing on creating in-depth guides for the most popular titles out there. Other than games, I am also passionate about design, and working on my very own pixel game in my free time.

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