Ark: Survival Evolved Status Guide
- Cold: Hunger increases faster. Make sure you have plenty of food.
- Hypothermia: Hunger increases faster. Make sure you have plenty of food.
- Hot: Thirst increases faster. Make sure you have plenty of water and avoid using up stamina.
- Hyperthermia: Thirst increases faster. Make sure you have plenty of water and avoid using up stamina.
- Exhausted: Walk/jog to avoid becoming exhausted when your energy reaches zero. Stand still or walk between runs to regain stamina.
- Encumbered: When you are carrying more than you can handle you become slow and eventually cannot move.
- Starving: You start losing health when you are hungry, find food.
- Digesting: After eating you begin to digest and you gain health.
- Dehydrated: You start losing health when you are not hydrated, find a water source.
- Suffocating: Most likely, you are drowning. When you swim, you lose stamina and if you run out while swimming, you suffocate and drown. Always have enough stamina when entering water.
- Food Poisoning: After consuming raw or rotten food you lose health. You should eat berries if you don’t have cooked meat. Never eat spoiled meat.
- Tranquilized: Scorpions or Tranq Arrows cause this effect.
- Dilo Venom: This dino venom blinds you for a short period of time.
- Injured: You cannot jump, run, recover energy, move at full speed, and your risk of unconsciousness increases faster.
- Crafting/Repairing: You cannot jump, run, or move at full speed while under this effect.
- Healing: You are gaining health, a good source of health is blood bags and extraction kits which can be unlocked through leveling.
- Slow: Reduced speed, due to conditions other than being encumbered.
- Knocked Out/Unconscious: You have been knocked out and are unconscious.
TagsArk Cold crafting Dehydrated Digesting Dilo Venom Encumbered Exhausted Food Poisioning Healing Hot Hyperthermia Hypothermia Injured Knocked Out Repairing Slow Starving Status Effects Suffocating Survival Evolved Tranquilized Xbox One
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