New strike event!


#1

New strike events are up! You’re fighting level 8 and 9 argentinosaurus, apatosaurus, and giraffatitan, and your rewards are what you fight basically. Exciting times for sauropod fans!


#2

Glad they are low level Sauropods really grind it out.


#3

Wow, you’re lucky.
I complete 5 battles, but didn’t got any Brachio DNA.
And got Armaga instead of Girrafa in rare class.:frowning_face:


#4

I’m obsessed with Giraffatitan, but at least Armaga becomes a hybrid!


#5

which are the best dinos to fight these sauropods?


#6

I didn’t get any Brachiosaurus either but it was a bit more interesting challenge than the previous one.


#7

Depends on your level and your team. I used my level 18 stegoceratops for all 5 battles and didn’t die once, so there’s that.


#8

Nice epic dna find. I didn’t get epic from mine.


#9

I didn’t lose any either but I did take damage which I didn’t really do first time round.


#10

It depends what you choose to battle with, but also sauropod tend to have higher health than other dinos such as those used in the last strike event, i.e. they take a little longer to take out.


#11

I used lvl 20 einia and killed them all :smiling_imp:


#12

Me too. What level is yours? Mine has reached Lvl 12 and will hopefully soon be ready for my team :slight_smile:


#13

Mine’s 10 at the minute. I have a spawn point about 200m from the house, although not seen it lately. I can’t wait to have it in my team, too!


#14

I didn’t get any epic DNA :thinking: I used my Indominus Rex level 16 and didn’t lose any battles


#15

Yeah, Indominus is the way to go (faster than them, heavy damage against Armored, Immunity).

And the Incubators do not guarantee Epic DNA indeed … got none myself, too.


#16

I used a combination of my Utahraptor (Lv. 11), T-Rex (Lv. 11), Sarcorixis (Lv. 11), and Diplotator (Lv. 7). My DNA winnings were these:
. Giraffatitan
. Amargasaurus
. Stygimoloch
. Delta of the Raptor Pack (I was only two strands short of unlocking her, so I had a head start.)

. Dilophosaurus