I"m very curious as to which of this are better overall. I have actually read the wolf is better, yet my 140 saber had actually equal stats to my friends 180 wolf. Where can I discover statistics for max level wolfs and also sabertooths come compare?


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Saddles decrease damage taken pretty significantly. So while both have comparable health, the saber takes much less damage especially with a good saddle. Wolf have an excellent damage yet take a beating. And when it involves speed they are basically equal. Also if the wolf is slightly much faster both are an extremely quick as soon as using run repeatedly.

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Yea I"ve to be reading.

health shed = damages / ((armor / 100) + 1)So just how much armor walk a purple saddle give?

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High finish saddles can adjust tames significantly. I offered to love wolves(well quiet do) yet for cave runs, castle are just too squishy. 

Didn"t favor sabers much, as everyone had some, however I got a mastercrafy saddle top top it, ns won"t tame wolves till the fill bonus is added, as soon as that is in, a wolf will certainly be much better but only in a pack.

And if were talk packs. Three sabers with saddles can probably easily beat pack of wolf (3) v bonus. Saddle is life. Look at dragons. No saddle method not op, if we can slap a mc saddle top top one.....ouch.


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I"ve constantly liked wolf more. Sabers are definitely tankier, yet wolves deal much better damage and generally manage terrain better (they take significantly less fall damages than a saber, for sure). They"re also a same bit simpler to kibble tame, too, so they"re cheap cannon fodder if you"re right into PvP. I"d recommend using a Saber if you"re planning on caving or anything choose that, but sticking to a wolf for most other situations


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2 minute ago, PuffyPony said:

I"ve always liked wolf more. Sabers are certainly tankier, but wolves deal much better damage and generally take care of terrain much better (they take substantially less fall damage than a saber, because that sure). They"re additionally a same bit easier to kibble tame, too, so they"re cheap cannon fodder if you"re right into PvP. I"d recommend using a Saber if you"re planning on caving or anything choose that, but sticking come a wolf for many other situations


Wolfs are an excellent early tames. Kibble is harder. 2 days ago I kibbled a saber. Had no bronto eggs. Uncovered the 11 indigenous flying roughly after saber was down(was gonna use prime )

Not having a saddle, awesome early on mounts. Finish game, saber is wherein it"s at.

I like wolves more, yet for pure usability Saddle>no saddle

Saber>wolf


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Love the sabers jump flying with air....


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3 hrs ago, CriD said:

Wolfs are great early tames. Kibble is harder. 2 days earlier I kibbled a saber. Had actually no bronto eggs. Uncovered the 11 indigenous flying roughly after saber was down(was gonna usage prime )

Not having a saddle, awesome beforehand mounts. Finish game, saber is where it"s at.

I prefer wolves more, yet for pure functionality Saddle>no saddle

Saber>wolf


Personally, I"ve constantly found Carno eggs to it is in much simpler than Bronto Eggs. Besides the apparent staples of one egg farm (Dodo, Dilo, Para, Scorp, and Lystro), i think i have much more Carno egg than any type of other currently, with virtually a stack. Bronto egg are close to the bottom, through Dimetrodon and Quetzal eggs. Ns think that, because that most early game players, Carno kibble will certainly be simpler to attain in continuous amounts, and so you can churn the end a decent variety of wolves very early on that will certainly sustain you until you begin taming real battle mounts. Again, ns personally find that my wolf outperforms mine Saber except in situations where I"m managing numerous, tiny enemies at once (namely, caves, though occasionally the swamp as well), due to the fact that its damages is adequate to annihilate nice much any enemy short of an Alpha Rex and Giga, and also if things start to go downhill, I"m no so worried about taking damage during the escape because wolves it seems to be ~ to have an inherent resistance to fall damage.


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7 hours ago, 10,000 Jelly Doughnuts said:

Saber is much faster when tamed.


Are you certain that it"s still quicker if you take it the load of that is saddle right into account?


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Tough choice. I"ve been using a wolf that i raised mainly for cave spelunking, its 100% imprint and also has 700% melee, makes brief work of nearly any cavern mob. Part of me has wanted to get into doing an ext saber taming and also breeding, but i"ve been also lazy in taming brontos for eggs. During early days on SE before transfers that dinos to it were possible, i uncovered a lowish saber conveniently had much better survivability than a comparable levelled wolf.


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5 hours ago, Jostabeere said:

Are you sure that it"s still quicker if you take the load of the saddle right into account?


Yep. Weight does not influence speed till it reaches 85% the max stat. Once tamed, a saber is quicker than a wolf. Now a wild wolf is quicker than a wild saber. 


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1 hour ago, 10,000 Jelly Doughnuts said:

Yep. Load does not impact speed until it will 85% the max stat. As soon as tamed, a saber is much faster than a wolf. Now a wild wolf is much faster than a wild saber. 


Weight does slow you down before 85%. Ns think the first minor slowly is at about 40%. Yet the weight of a saddle is trivial.

 

Sabers are faster and have slow stamina depletion. In ~ the high end a journeyman or Mastercraft saddle puts castle well beyond Direwolves. Beforehand game though the Direwolf is far better simply for the ease of riding and also damage, though ns still wanted Sabers because that speed, stamina, and durability. Constantly felt favor I to be being wrecked on wolves simply since you take twice as much damage minimum or 5x as much at the high finish relative to a Saber.


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Love a wolf early game. It"s the best source of chitin for new players.


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15 hrs ago, 10,000 Jelly Doughnuts said:

Saber is quicker when tamed.


I was standing corrected. Checked the basic speeds just in case and yeah, wolf walks faster but runs slower. Trivial though. Ns guess the computer animation is one optical illusion. 

 

Anyways, most peeps not have an are for a bronto farm. Plus, carno kibble is popular for direbears as well which is another OP pressure to reckon with. Therefore kibble way the suggest goes to wolves. They additionally have higher base dmg and also seemingly an ext rapid assault speed, equaling higher DPS. The said, high end saddle because that saber saves you native leveling hp and lets girlfriend dump lock on melee. Either method it"s a dilemma and also with suitable guidance deserve to take on any mob. Perhaps the case will change with the upcoming DLC pass.


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Having done the cave pre x5 difficulty and article x5, I deserve to safely say the of the two, sabers space the far better choice.

 

Before the an obstacle increase, we used to use wolves pretty religiously and also were maybe to clear the cave with a minimum the 2. Write-up x5 difficulty, we took those very same wolves in there (7th and 8th gen wolves btw, not garbage by any type of means) and died in the an initial tunnel.

Alright, so perhaps we to be obsolete, soaked up some fresh tamed 150"s that were leveled pretty great and still acquired a target whoopin with 3 wolves

Hmm, took in some new 145 sabers (2 that them) leveled v MC saddles.....cleared the whole cave.....

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The saddle makes a huge difference in damage reduction, this is particularly true versus foes prefer the dragonflies in over there at level 450+ and hit you prefer a machine gun nonstop. You require that reaction time and unfortunately a wolf simply melts if you ever before need to force feed the (for those of us not using macros). Whereas a saber deserve to take the beating, defeat the enemies and also then worry about healing.