Ark Phiomia: Taming, Uses, Food, Breeding, and More

Ark Phiomia: Taming, Uses, Food, Breeding, and More: The Phiomia Ignavus was a very quiet herbivore that lived from the end of the Eocene to the beginning of the Oligocene Epoch. The Phiomia has a nose and tusks that are similar to those of modern elephants, but the adult Phiomia is about the size of a baby elephant.

In the wild, it can be seen eating plants by grabbing them with its nose or digging them up with its tusks. The Phiomia doesn’t mind being around people or other animals, but if it is attacked, it will run away until it feels safe. Since it can’t defend itself, it is usually used as a pack mule to carry heavy loads in groups or kept because it can produce a lot of waste.

Ark Phiomia

Ark Phiomia: Overview

The Phiomia is a somewhat unremarkable animal that is rarely seen in large tribes, yet its utility should not be discounted simply because it is not as powerful or as swift as other mounts.

Because of its ability to create large quantities of feces quickly, the Phiomia proves to be an invaluable asset for maintaining the health of crops on farms of any scale. Since its kill may yield a lot of food (both hide and flesh), most cultures would hunt it or raise some as livestock.

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Ark Phiomia: Dossier

The Phiomia is one of the tame herd animals found on the island, but its small size makes it an easy target for the island’s predators.

  • To better its prospects of survival against the island’s major predators, the Phiomia prefers to travel in herds.
  • The Phiomia digs up plants with its tusks and trunk to eat and provide for its young.
  • Because of its low combat effectiveness, the Phiomia is more often used in herds for transporting goods than in single-rider engagements.
  • Due to their reaction to Stimberries, these creatures are kept by some communities because of the enormous amounts of waste they may generate.

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How to Tame Phiomia?

How to hunt a Phiomia: First, you stop it from running away by holding it with a bola. Once it’s in place, you can use a bow or crossbow and tranquilizer darts to shoot it until it falls asleep. You can also aim a slingshot at the Phiomia’s head if you want to catch it early in the game. However, you should be careful not to hurt him too much.

To tame it, put berries or kibble in its inventory and feed it once it’s out of its mind. Using Narcoberries or anesthetics is the best way to keep the stun value high while taming. Most of the time, the Phiomia is easy to tame.

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Ark Phiomia: Uses


The Phiomia can collect wood and thatch, which can be useful for starting new tribes.


The Phiomia is a good early-game mount because it can swim as fast as a person and carry more than its rider. This makes it a good all-terrain mount.

Feces Production

When a Phiomia eats Stimberries, it has a strange reaction that makes it have a lot of poop that can be used as fertilizer.


It can be used as an early-game tank to tame some of the island’s dangerous creatures, especially the Pulmonoscorpius, because it has a higher than average torpor threshold.

Ark Phiomia: Food


  1. Basic Kibble

Other Food

  1. Vegetables
  2. Mejoberries
  3. Other Berries

How to breed Phiomia in ARK?

The following steps should be taken to prepare the breeding: You construct an enclosure large enough to house both the male and female specimens if you have access to them. In the command menu, select “wander” for both dinosaurs, then place them in their pen. You can alternatively skip the menu and go straight to “Pair,” but then you’ll need another player in the immediate area or the pairing will cease due to rendering issues. Phiomias have a gestation period of 18 to 48 hours.

If the mating goes well, the female Phiomia will be pregnant for roughly 10 hours. It will be 10 hours before the Phiomia baby is ready to meet its new family and friends. In its infant stage, it still requires your constant care and feeding for another five hours. In order to coax the most potential out of the infant, you should pay attention to the embossing intervals every 8 hours.

It is able to fend for itself at troughs after it reaches the juvenile stage. A total of 2 days and 1 hour is needed for the ripening process.

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