Creating and Joining a Tribe To create a Tribe, open your inventory and click ” Tribe Management “. Here you will be able to create, manage, or leave your Tribe.
You can find it in your tribe settings. Then have the founder or admin of the new tribe invite the owner of the old tribe. When accepting the tribe invitation, select the ” Merge Tribe ” option.
In the centre, slightly towards the right hand side – you’ll see the different ranks available. To give a tribe member a rank, make sure to select their name in your tribe menu, as well as the rank you’d like to give them and then promote or demote them.
Alliances add players and creatures to the whitelist for AI, as if they were in the same tribe. Allied dinos cannot hurt each other with their attacks, so you can fight together without killing each other. Auto turrets will not shoot them.
To accept a Tribe invitation, bring up the interaction menu on the person that invited you and hold your cursor over the invitation until the timer is up to accept. Tribe owners can also designate members in their tribe as admins, allowing those members to send invites to anyone as well.
Press B to bring up the menu, then press start until you get to the tribe section, there should be a door icon that you can click to leave.
You can only merge with the other tribe if they have an open slot that isn’t on cooldown – are you sure that they had one? Yeah they have 3 available.
To invite someone to your Tribe, approach them and hold the action key (default E) to bring up the interaction wheel. If you’re able to invite to your Tribe, the option will appear to send an invitation. Hold your cursor over the invitation until the timer is up to send the invitation.
Tame group refers to adding the individual tame to the group. Class group refers to adding the species type to the group (i.e. Raptors, Rexes) Class group is much faster than using whistle follow one on each individual tame. To select an “active” group: Hold the touch pad to bring up the sub menu.
To become a tribe member you need to prove your connection to it. That means going back through history to find evidence of your heritage. Family tribal records are often the best way to do this. From birth certificates, marriage and death certificates, old school records…
You don’t “ join” a Tribe. You can be a Tribal Member, but you must be of Native lineage to do so. All Tribes have there own enrollment criteria. A few tribes invite tourists to buy honorary tribe membership.