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Ark: Survival Evolved is all about survival, and to do it successfully, you’ll need to craft your socks off.

You can’t just craft things willy nilly, regardless of the amount of materials you have. Crafting recipes – called Engrams – are unlocked using Engram Points (EP) and are accessible from the menu.

They’re used to unlock recipes for weapons, tools, items, and gear. You’ll need the appropriate amount of engram points (EP) to unlock them, which are earned as you level up your character. You can check out our tips on how to level up fast if you want to access more engrams as quickly as possible.

They’re not to be confused with Blueprints, which are lootable crafting recipes and don’t require any EP to access.

As you’d expect, the level cap also caps how much EP a player can earn, and it isn’t enough to unlock every Engram in the game, so you’ll have to pick and choose which Engrams are right for you.

Your needs are going to change depending on whether you intend to play PvP, PvE, or solo, so bear that in mind.

It’s possible to respec your character using a Mindwipe Tonic, resetting your character’s stats and Engram progression. You’ll retain all of the XP and EP points you’ve earned and can redistribute them accordingly.

Throw the following ingredients into a Cooking Pot to cook up a batch (level 8 Engram):

  • 24 x Cooked Prime Meat
  • 200 x Mejoberry
  • 72 x Narcotic
  • 72 x Stimulant
  • 20 x Rare Mushroom
  • 20 x Rare Flower
  • 1 x Water

When you first start out, it’s advisable to focus on a few specific Engrams that will help you progress and – more importantly – survive. If you need to find out where to get the materials for the engrams listed, check out our resources guide for more details.

Different tools can be used to gather the same resources, but some are better suited to the task than others, so we’ve focused on the primary material for each one.

And as much as you might want to pass on some Engrams, you will need to spend some points on a few not-so-useful ones to unlock their higher level counterparts.

For more on how to survive in Ark: Survival Evolved, check out our 9 essential tips for starting out.

Engrams essential for basic survival

Thirst and hunger are likely to kill you first – unless you’re unlucky enough to run into a dinosaur who’s feeling peckish. The following Engrams are essential for survival in any mode.

The Stone Pick Engram is already unlocked. Use your fists to gather enough materials to make it, then use it gather materials to make the Stone Hatchet. The first few Engram tiers will unlock fairly quickly as you go about harvesting resources.

As soon as you make a spear, find something to kill sharpish. You can cook the meat on the campfire – which you can also use for warmth – and use the hide to make a waterskin.

Level 1

  • Stone Pick
    • EP: 0
    • Materials: 10 x thatch, 1 x wood, 1 x stone
    • Harvests thatch from trees, flint from rocks, raw meat from bodies

Level 2

  • Stone Hatchet
    • EP: 3
    • Materials: 10 x thatch, 1 x wood, 1 x flint
    • Harvests wood from trees, stone from rocks, hide from bodies
  • Spear
    • EP: 3
    • Materials: 23 x fiber, 8 x wood, 2 x flint
    • Melee weapon that can also be thrown. Required for Pike
  • Campfire
    • EP: 3
    • Materials: 12 x thatch, 2 x wood, 1 x flint, 16 x stone
    • Fuel: Thatch, wood, spark powder
    • Used to create cooked meat, cooked prime meat, cooked fish meat, cooked prime fish meat and charcoal
    • Provides heat, light, and cooked food

Level 3

  • Waterskin
    • EP: 3
    • Materials: 12 x fiber, 4 x hide
    • Carries water, but slowly leaks. Required for water jar

Engrams for basic base building

Now that you’ve taken care of hunger and thirst, you can start focusing on mid to long-term plans to stay alive.

You’ll want to make a sleeping bag or two as soon as possible for its use as a one-time respawn point and the fact that it’s needed to unlock the Simple Bed Engram. It can also be used to fast travel, and is a prerequisite for the bed.

Shelter is important, and the basic thatch will do while you scope the area and move around looking for more permanent digs. Don’t get too attached to your dwellings, as it can easily be destroyed by dinosaurs and other players in PvP.

Thatch structures are prerequisites for wood and lumber, which should be on your to-do list once you’ve found somewhere to set up shop.

Cloth armour isn’t a necessity at this stage, although it is required to unlock the Hide Armour which we’d recommend getting once you’ve spent enough time crafting and building.

Level 4

  • Thatch Foundation
    • EP: 3
    • Materials: 15 x fiber, 20 x thatch, 6 x wood
  • Thatch Wall
    • EP: 3
    • Materials: 7 x fiber, 10 x thatch, 2 x wood
  • Thatch Doorframe
    • EP: 3
    • Materials: 6 x fiber, 8 x thatch, 6 x wood
  • Thatch Door
    • EP: 3
    • Materials 4 x fiber, 7 x thatch
  • Thatch Roof
    • EP: 3
    • Materials: 10 x fiber, 15 x thatch, 4 x wood
  • Hide Sleeping Bag
    • EP: 3
    • Materials: 15 x fiber, 25 x hide
    • Single use respawn point for the player. Required for Simple Bed and Tent
  • Storage Box
    • EP: 6
    • Materials: 10 x Fiber, 20 x thatch, 25 x wood
    • Small storage box. Required to unlock Large Storage Box

Level 5

  • Simple Bed
    • EP: 8
    • Materials: 30 x fiber, 80 x thatch, 15 x wood, 40 x hide
    • Permanent respawn point for players and their tribes

Engrams for hunting and taming

Hunting animals is necessary for meat and hide but making some tame animal friends is crucial for resource management.

You can read more about how to tame animals in our dinosaur taming guide, but there are certain engrams you can unlock to get a start on the process as soon as possible.

Level 5

  • Slingshot
    • EP: 6
    • Materials: 20 x fiber, 5 x wood, 1 x hide
    • Short-to-medium ranged weapon that can inflict Torpor. Required to unlock bow and whip

Level 6

  • Mortar and Pestle
    • EP: 6
    • Materials: 65 x stone, 15 x hide
    • Used to craft recipes
  • Sparkpowder
    • EP: 3
    • Materials: 2 x flint, 1 x stone
    • Fuel for fire and Preserving Bin. Required to unlock Gunpowder and Smoke Grenade
  • Narcotic
    • EP: 6
    • Materials: 5 x narcoberry, 1 x spoiled meat
    • Makes narcotics to tame dinosaurs

Level 7

  • Spyglass
    • EP: 2
    • Materials: 10 x fiber, 5 x wood, 10 x hide, 2 x crystal
    • Allows you to check animal levels for taming and give animals the command to attack a target

Level 8

  • Bola
    • EP: 8
    • Materials: 15 x fiber, 10 x thatch, 3 x stone, 3 x hide
    • Used to immobilise creatures. Keeps humans in place for 25 seconds, and wild dinosaurs for 30 seconds. 10 second cooldown

These engrams are amongst the most essential when starting out in the game, and prioritising them above the rest will help you progress that much quicker.

Efficiency is key when you have to manage hunger, thirst, and temperature, as well as wild animals and possible hostiles, and the suggested engrams will get you off to a good start.

Got any must-have Engrams that you didn’t spot on our list? Feel free to share them in the comments below.

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The Tent is an item in the Scorched Earth-DLC of ARK: Survival Evolved.

Usage[edit | edit source]

Tents provide additional insulation against extreme weather. They are useful for temporary refuge against sandstorms and Superheat. Once placed, they can be picked up. You can place structures inside the tent, even if the structure needs a foundation elsewhere, like Mortar And Pestle. When you pick up the tent the placed structures are also removed and will be put in your inventory. Items in the inventories of the structures are dropped.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • The Tent constantly loses durability while deployed, approximately 1 point every 25 seconds. If it is not otherwise damaged, this will ultimately destroy the tent within 2 hours and 5 minutes. Repairing the tent at the current time does NOT repair the tent. Instead it will repeatedly attempt to repair it, using all the materials over and over again unless stopped in the crafting queue without actually repairing the tent.
  • The Tent gives massive insulation, approximately 500 both from heat and cold, more than even an Adobe house can give. Sometimes it may be necessary to camp in your backyard when the heat is too much. The fact that it also protects against cold may become useful on the Ragnarok map, which has extremely cold places and a desert.
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The very first ARK DLC of course comes with new engrams for crafting weapons, structures, and other items on your quest to tame the dinosaur-infested wilderness.

Want to see just the Scorched Earth engrams and nothing from the base ARK experience? On the engram screen just remove the “ARK Prime Engrams” check box at the top-left corner and it will cull out all the base engrams.

You won't actually be able to see most of the new Scorched Earth options until you hit high enough level and unlock them first. Below we list out every single new engram available in Scorched Earth by type.

 New Engrams Galore!

Basic Scorched Earth Engrams

Preserving Salt

Cost: 3 engram points

Requires: level 5

Made by combining Salt and Sulfur with a mortar and pestle and can be preserved indefinitely by placing in a Vessel. Preserving Salt is primarily used to keep your food from spoiling quickly.

 Preserving Salt

Clay

Cost: 3 engram points

Requires: level 5

Made by combining Sand and Cactus Sap with a mortar and pestle and is used to craft Adobe structures.

 

Vessel

Cost: 10 engram points

Requires: level 15

Made with 20 Clay, 10 Wood, 7 Thatch. You can put Preserving Salt in a Vessel so that it never spoils and can be used longer to preserve your food.

 

Oil Jar

Cost: 15 engram points

Requires: level 20

Made with 3 Propellant, 3 Gunpowder, 5 Clay and is used to create oil slicks for slowing enemies or lighting on fire.

 

Propellant

Cost: 12 engram points

Requires: level 20

Made with 1 Sulfur, 1 Cactus Sap, 1 Oil using a mortar and pestle and is used to craft Flame Arrows, Oil Jars, Flamethrower Ammo, and Cluster Grenades.

 Propellant 

Scorched Earth Equipment Engrams

Camelsaurus / Morellotops Saddle

Cost: 11 engram points

Requires: level 15

Made with 140 Hide, 80 Fiber, 30 Wood and is placed on the Morellotops dino.

 

Mantis Saddle

Cost: 15 engram points

Requires: level 50

Made with 120 Hide, 75 Fiber, 35 Metal Ingot and placed on a tamed Mantis.

 Mantis Saddle

Moth / Lymantra Saddle

Cost: 12 engram points

Requires: level 45

Made with 130 Hide, 125 Fiber, 95 Chitin and is placed on the Lymantra flying moth.

 

Thorny Dragon Saddle

Cost: 18 engram points

Requires: level 40

Made with 270 Hide, 150 Fiber, 35 Metal Ingot, 85 Clay, 125 Wood and used on a tamed Thorny Dragon.

 

Rock Golem Saddle

Cost: 40 engram points

Requires: level 65

Made with 270 Hide, 150 Fiber, 35 Metal Ingot and used on a Rock Elemental.

 

Desert Cloth Pants

Cost: 5 engram points

Requires: level 25

Made with 25 Hide, 10 Fiber, 10 Silk

 Desert Cloth Pants

Desert Cloth Shirt

Cost: 4 engram points

Requires: level 25

Made with 20 Hide, 8 Fiber, 12 Silk

 

Desert Goggles And Hat

Cost: 7 engram points

Requires: level 30

Made with 10 Hide, 6 Fiber, 3 Silica Pearls, 10 Crystal, 3 Silk

 

Desert Cloth Gloves

Cost: 7 engram points

Requires: level 30

Made with 10 Hide, 4 Fiber, 8 Silk

 

Desert Cloth Boots

Cost: 7 engram points

Requires: level 30

Made with 12 Hide, 5 Fiber, 10 Silk

 Desert Cloth Boots

Scorched Earth Structure Engrams 

Adobe is a new type of building, much like Thatch or Stone, except that it has better insulation properties to protect against the relentless heat of the Scorched Earth map. All of the same basic construction objects are now available in Adobe versions.

Adobe Foundation

Cost: 6 engram points

Requires: level 15

Made with 80 Clay, 40 Wood, 20 Thatch, 15 Fiber

 Adobe Foundation

Adobe Ceiling

Cost: 5 engram points

Requires: level 15

Made with 60 Clay, 30 Wood, 15 Thatch, 10 Fiber

 

Adobe Railing

Cost: 2 engram points

Requires: level 15

Made with 20 Wood, 5 Clay, 5 Thatch, 3 Fiber

 

Adobe Doorframe

Cost: 6 engram points

Requires: level 15

Made with 30 Clay, 15 Wood, 8 Thatch, 8 Fiber

 

Adobe Door

Cost: 4 engram points

Requires: level 15

Made with 20 Clay, 10 Wood, 7 Thatch, 5 Fib er

 

Adobe Ladder

Cost: 6 engram points

Requires: level 15

Made with 4 Clay, 5 Wood, 7 Thatch, 3 Fiber

 

Adobe Pillar

Cost: 8 engram points

Requires: level 20

Made with 40 Clay, 20 Wood, 10 Thatch

 

Adobe Ramp

Cost: 3 engram points

Requires: level 20

Made with 60 Clay, 30 Wood, 15 Thatch, 10 Fiber

 

Adobe Dinosaur Gateway

Cost: 12 engram points

Requires: level 25

Made with 280 Wood, 80 Clay, 70 Thatch, 50 Fiber

 

Tent

Cost: 8 engram points

Requires: level 10

Made with 25 Thatch, 10 Fiber, 50 Hide, 15, Wood, 10 Silk and provides insulation against heat, cold, and sandstorms.

 Portable Tent

  

Oil Pump

Cost: 18 engram points

Requires: level 45

Made with 75 Metal Ingot, 25 Electronics, 25 Crystal and must be placed on an oil vein.

 

Water Well

Cost: 10 engram points

Requires: level 15

Made with 30 Thatch, 20 Fiber, 15 Cementing Paste, 50 Stone, 10 Wood, 10 Flint and pulls water from a water vein, refilling over time for a stable water source.

 

Mirror

Cost: 25 engram points

Requires: level 35

Made with 100 Sand, 10 Wood, 7 Thatch, 100 Crystal, 70 Obsidian, 100 Silica Pearl, 50 Metal Ingot

 

Wind Turbine

Cost: 18 engram points

Requires: level 45

Made with 75 Metal Ingot, 20 Cementing Paste, 25 Electronics and works best in high elevation mountain areas.

 Wind Turbine

Scorched Earth Weapon Engrams

Boomerang

Cost: 2 engram points

Requires: level 10

Made with 15 Fiber, 3 Wood, 5 Sand and used as a torpor weapon for knocking out enemies or taming dinos.

 

Cluster Grenade

Cost: 8 engram points

Requires: level 25

Made with 50 Gunpowder, 10 Crystal, 20 Cementing Paste, 15 Metal Ingot, 10 Polymer, 20 Propellant

 

Chainsaw

Cost: 21 engram points

Requires: level 45

Made with 75 Polymer, 50 Cementing Paste, 50 Metal Ingot, 25 Electronics and requires Gasoline ammo to use.

 Chainsaw

 

Flame Arrow

Cost: 15 engram points

Requires: level 25

Made with 1 Stone Arrow, 1 Propellant

Lights oil slicks on fire

 

Flamethrower

Cost: 25 engram points

Requires: level 55

Made with 75 Polymer, 50 Cementing Paste, 35 Metal Ingot, 10 Sulfur, 15 Electronics

 

Flamethrower Ammo

Cost: 10 engram points

Requires: level 55

Made with 10 Propellant, 10 Gasoline

 

Rocket Homing Missile

Cost: 25 engram points

Requires: level 75

Made with 50 Gunpowder, 20 Crystal, 40 Cementing Paste, 15 Polymer, 20 Metal Ingot, 5 Electronics and best suited to taking down the flying wyverns.

 

Whip

Cost: 6 engram points

Requires: level 15

Made with 10 Hide, 5 Wood, 25 Fiber, 10 Silk and used for stunning creatures or forcing players to drop items.

  Whip

That's every single new engram we've come across so far in Scorched Earth - let us know if you find any others!

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Every time your character levels up, they gain an amount of engram points, to unlock new engrams (recipes and technology) for crafting. All engrams require a set amount of engram points to learn.

Some engrams require earlier engrams in order to be learned.

Unless you're playing on a hardcore server, once learned, an engram is permanently unlocked, even if you die.

Crafting Materials

Engrams

Requires Level: 1 Engram Points Required Engram
Stone Pick0 None
Torch0 None
Requires Level: 2 Engram Points Required Engram
Campfire3 None
Stone Hatchet3 None
Spear3 None
Note3 None
Cloth Pants3 None
Cloth Shirt3 None
Thatch Foundation3 None
Thatch Doorframe3 None
Requires Level: 20 Engram Points Required Engram
Hide Gloves9 Cloth Gloves
Hide Boots9 Cloth Boots
Hide Hat12 Cloth Hat
Tranq Arrow15 Stone Arrow, Narcotic
Trophy Wall-Mount10 Wooden Wall Sign
Lesser Antidote16 None
Fishing Rod15 Bow
Propellant12 Mortar and Pestle (ARK: Scorched Earth)
Refining Forge21 Campfire
Trike Saddle12 None
Oil Jar15 None (ARK: Scorched Earth)
Tripwire Alarm Trap7 None
Trophy Base10 None
Preserving Bin9 Storage Box
Wooden Catwalk12 Wooden Ceiling
Wooden Trapdoor9 Wooden Hatchframe
Wooden Windowframe12 Wooden Wall
Adobe Pillar8 Adobe Foundation (ARK: Scorched Earth)
Sloped Adobe Roof5 Sloped Thatch Roof, Adobe Ceiling (ARK: Scorched Earth)
Sloped Adobe Wall Left3 Sloped Thatch Wall Left, Adobe Wall (ARK: Scorched Earth)
Sloped Adobe Wall Right3 Sloped Thatch Wall Right, Adobe Wall (ARK: Scorched Earth)
Adobe Ramp3 Adobe Ceiling (ARK: Scorched Earth)
Adobe Hatchframe8 Adobe Ceiling (ARK: Scorched Earth)
Adobe Trapdoor6 Adobe Hatchframe (ARK: Scorched Earth)
Adobe Windowframe8 Adobe Wall (ARK: Scorched Earth)
Adobe Window6 Adobe Windowframe (ARK: Scorched Earth)
Adobe Staircase15 Adobe Wall (ARK: Scorched Earth)
Stone Staircase15 Wooden Staircase
Stone Foundation6 Wooden Foundation
Stone Ceiling6 Wooden Ceiling
Stone Railing4 Wooden Railing, Stone Wall
Sloped Stone Wall Left4 Sloped Wood Wall Left, Stone Wall
Sloped Stone Wall Right4 Sloped Wood Wall Right, Stone Wall
Sloped Stone Roof4 Sloped Wooden Roof, Stone Ceiling
Stone Doorframe6 Wooden Doorframe, Stone Wall
Reinforced Wooden Door4 Wooden Door, Stone Doorframe
Stone Dinosaur Gateway9 Dinosaur Gateway, Stone Doorframe
Reinforced Dinosaur Gate6 Dinosaur Gate, Stone Dinosaur Gateway
Bookshelf15 Large Storage Box
Magnifying Glass16 Spyglass
Requires Level: 30 Engram Points Required Engram
Desert Googles and Hat7 Cloth Hat (ARK: Scorched Earth)
Desert Cloth Gloves7 Cloth Gloves (ARK: Scorched Earth)
Desert Cloth Boots7 Cloth Boots (ARK: Scorched Earth)
Chitin Leggings15 Hide Pants
Chitin Chestpiece18 Hide Shirt
Chitin Helmet18 Hide Hat
Catapult Turret25 Ballista Turret
Water Jar12 Waterskin
Stone Fireplace15 Campfire, Stone Wall
Giant Adobe Hatchframe15 (ARK: Scorched Earth)
Giant Adobe Trapdoor12 (ARK: Scorched Earth)
Wooden Tree Platform28 Wooden Foundation, Wooden Ceiling, Wooden Wall
Megaloceros Saddle20 None
Metal Shield9 Wooden Shield
Gallimimus Saddle20 None
Metal Sword11 Wooden Club
Simple Pistol15 Flare Gun
Simple Bullet6 Gunpowder
Scope Attachment13 Spyglass
Metal Sickle12 Metal Hatchet, Metal Pick
Stego Saddle15 None
Doedicurus Saddle20 None
Paracer Saddle18 None
Grenade20 Gunpowder
Reinforced Trapdoor10 Wooden Trapdoor, Stone Hatchframe
Reinforced Window10 Wooden Window, Stone Windowframe
Metal Wall Sign6 Wooden Wall Sign, Metal Sign
Metal Foundation24 Wooden Foundation
Metal Wall15 Wooden Wall
Sloped Metal Wall Left7 Sloped Stone Wall Left, Metal Wall
Sloped Metal Wall Right7 Sloped Stone Wall Right, Metal Wall
Metal Doorframe24 Wooden Doorframe, Metal Wall
Pachyrhinosaurus Saddle18 None
Scissors10 None

how to craft tent in ark

It takes approximately 20 seconds to craft 1 Cooked Meat at a campfire. .. resource in the ARK:Survival Evolved DLC Scorched Earth used to craft a tent, whip.

how to craft tent in ark
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