Pet

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See also: Creature, Taming.

Pets are domesticated creatures in Conan Exiles.[1]

Obtaining[edit | edit source]

In order to obtain a pet, you will need to buy a baby/egg from a vendor, or E Interact with a baby animal in the world. Baby animals will then be picked up and put into your inventory.

A list of merchants.

Name Greeting Selling Price Farewell Coords
Flotsam
Merchant - Merchant (male) "I'm certain I've got whatever you need." Icon baby locust egg.png Sand Reaper Egg 10 Icon gold coin.png Gold Coins ? TeleportPlayer
314192.125
66797.671875
-14381.861328
Koros the Brave - Merchant (male) "What'll it be?" Icon baby junglebird egg.png Shoebill Egg 10 Icon gold coin.png Gold Coins ? TeleportPlayer
313996.90625
66439.648438
-14381.861328
Merchant - Merchant (male) ? framless Spider Egg-sac 10 Icon gold coin.png Gold Coins ? TeleportPlayer
313959.3125
66081.625
-14381.273438
The Den
Shawna the Strange - Merchant (female) "You want something, Exile?"
"You buying?"
Icon baby rocknose egg.png Rocknose Egg 10 Icon gold coin.png Gold Coins "No refunds!" TeleportPlayer
-96646.15478515625
19096.47705078125
On top of the wooden walkway overlooking the ghost dancers.
Urik, Master Tamer - Merchant (male) "What will it be?"
"Buy something, I haven't got all day!"
framless Camel Calf 10 Icon gold coin.png Gold Coins "Farewell, Exile." TeleportPlayer
-94891.02783203125
34018.199462890625
On the ledge East of the South Entrance.

Rearing[edit | edit source]

Main article: Animal Pen


To convert a baby into a thrall, you need to build an Animal Pen. There are three tiers of animal pens (T1-T3) but has no effect on which pets can be tamed, nor their taming speed. The feats can be learned at level 13, 27 and 42 - Iron, Steel and Hardened Steel tiers of progression respectively. Each can hold 5 animals, but the higher tier pens can hold higher tier quality animals.[2] Tier 2 Animal Pens cost 6 Knowledge Points.[3] The tiers are not only to get Greater pets, but also for less decay rate and faster taming.[4]

Eggs need to be hatched either in your inventory, which takes 48:00:00, or in a Compost Heap, which takes 1:11:00. The Rocknose Egg when hatched produces a Pebblenose. The Pebblenose is then placed in the animal pens for rearing. Pebblenose may become a Rocknose, Greater Rocknose, Gold- or Silver-vein Rocknose.[5]

Pet food[edit | edit source]

See also: Animal Pen, Feed Box.

Pet food is used in the Animal Pen for rearing and for resource production.

Pet food can also be Shadespiced, meaning that if you go into the Midnight Grove dungeon and get Shadeblooms from there, these flowers can be combined with various foods to create shadespiced versions of said food. For example, combining the Shadebloom with Savoury Flesh will produce Shadespiced Raw Succulent Meat. This can be done in the Firebowl Cauldron and Improved Firebowl Cauldron.

If you put multiple stacks in the inventory/Feed Box, pets will grab preferred food first. They then move on down the line when one stack is finished. This will also be the case if multiple pets of the same kind are in a pen.[6]

Food will decay very slowly when placed in animal pens and the higher the tier of the pen, the slower it will decay. Food will also decay very slowly when placed in food dispensers.

Greater pets[edit | edit source]

Pets have a preference of food. As an example, Shalebacks enjoy plant-fibers but may much prefer oysters or shellfish.

The more appropriate food you give a baby animal, the higher chance it is that the baby animal grows up to become a special version. As an example, a baby hyena can grow up to be a regular hyena, a striped hyena, or a “Greater” hyena.[2]

Once you are able to travel to the Midnight Grove, you can go there to collect Shadebloom, which you use to create shadespiced foods. These grant you a higher chance of getting a rare, Greater, pet when you’re raising them in a pen.[7]

Greater pets are much bigger than regular pets, with a different visual look and increased strength, so it’s wise to stock up on Shadebloom once you have access. If you can withstand the challenges of the Midnight Grove, of course.[7]

List of pet food[edit | edit source]

A list of pet food.[8]

Animal Name Preferred Food Chance to get General Food
Bear Desert Berries, Exotic Flesh, Highland Berries, Honey, Savory Fish, Unappetizing Fish
Bear, Greater Honey 20% Desert Berries, Exotic Flesh, Highland Berries, Honey, Savory Fish, Unappetizing Fish
Shadespiced Honey 30%
Boar Desert Berries, Highland Berries, Plant Fiber, Puffball Mushroom, Shroom Amanita
Boar, Greater Puffball Mushroom 20% Desert Berries, Highland Berries, Plant Fiber, Puffball Mushroom, Shroom Amanita
Shadespiced Puffer Mushroom 30%
Camel Plant Fiber
Crocodile Abysmal Flesh, Exotic Flesh, Exquisite Meat, Feral Flesh, Human Flesh, Raw Pork, Savoury Flesh
Crocodile, Greater Exquisite Meat 20% Abysmal Flesh, Exotic Flesh, Exquisite Meat, Feral Flesh, Human Flesh, Raw Pork, Savoury Flesh
Gazelle Plant Fiber
Hyena Abysmal Flesh, Exotic Flesh, Exquisite Meat, Feral Flesh, Human Flesh, Raw Pork, Savoury Flesh
Hyena, Greater Feral Flesh 20% Abysmal Flesh, Exotic Flesh, Exquisite Meat, Feral Flesh, Human Flesh, Raw Pork, Savoury Flesh
Shadespiced Raw Stringy Meat 30%
Jaguar Abysmal Flesh, Exotic Flesh, Exquisite Meat, Feral Flesh, Human Flesh, Raw Pork, Savoury Flesh
Jaguar, Greater Exquisite Meat 20% Abysmal Flesh, Exotic Flesh, Exquisite Meat, Feral Flesh, Human Flesh, Raw Pork, Savoury Flesh
Shadespiced Perfect Cut of Meat 30%
Ostrich Desert Berries 40% Fat Grub, Handful of Insects,
Highland Berries
Shadespiced Desert Berries 45%
Shadespiced Highland Berries
Panther Abysmal Flesh, Exotic Flesh, Exquisite Meat, Feral Flesh, Human Flesh, Raw Pork, Savoury Flesh
Panther, Greater Exotic Flesh 20% Abysmal Flesh, Exotic Flesh, Exquisite Meat, Feral Flesh, Human Flesh, Raw Pork, Savoury Flesh
Shadespiced Raw Tough Meat 30%
Rhinoceros Desert Berries, Highland Berries, Plant Fiber, Vines
Rhino, Black Desert Berries ~5% Bark, Desert Berries, Highland Berries, Plant Fiber, Vines
Rhino, Greater Bark 10% Bark, Desert Berries, Highland Berries, Plant Fiber, Vines
Shadespiced Bark 15%
Rhino, White Highland Berries ~5% Bark, Desert Berries, Highland Berries, Plant Fiber, Vines
Rocknose Crystal, Stone
Rocknose, Gold-vein Gold Dust 20% Gold Dust, Goldstone, Stone
Shadespiced Gold Dust 25%
Rocknose, Greater Ironstone 20% Crystal, Stone
Shadespiced Iron Ore 25%
Rocknose, Silver-vein Silver Dust 20% Silver Dust, Silverstone, Stone
Shadespiced Silver Dust 26%
Sabretooth Abysmal Flesh, Exotic Flesh, Exquisite Meat, Feral Flesh, Human Flesh, Raw Pork,Savoury Flesh
Sabretooth, Greater Raw Pork 20% Abysmal Flesh, Exotic Flesh, Exquisite Meat, Feral Flesh, Human Flesh, Raw Pork, Savoury Flesh
Shadespiced Fatty Meat 30%
Sand Reaper Abysmal Flesh, Exotic Flesh, Exquisite Meat, Feral Flesh, Human Flesh, Putrid Meat, Savoury Flesh
Sand Reaper Queen Abysmal Flesh 10% Abysmal Flesh, Exotic Flesh, Exquisite Meat, Feral Flesh, Human Flesh, Putrid Meat, Savoury Flesh
Shadespiced Corrupted Flesh 15%
Shaleback Desert Berries, Exotic Shellfish, Highland Berries, Plant Fiber, Savory Shellfish, Unappetizing Shellfish, Vines
Shaleback, Greater Exotic Shellfish 10% Desert Berries, Exotic Shellfish, Highland Berries, Plant Fiber, Savory Shellfish, Unappetizing Shellfish, Vines
Shadespiced Succulent Shellfish 15%
Shoebill Fat Grub 10% Desert Berries, Handful of Insects, Highland Berries
Shadespiced Fat Grub 15%
Shadespiced Insects 15%
Spider Abysmal Flesh, Demon Blood, Fat Grub, Handful of Insects, Human Flesh, Putrid Meat
Spider, Corrupted Abysmal Flesh 10% Abysmal Flesh, Demon Blood, Human Flesh
Demon Blood
Shadespiced Corrupted Flesh 20%
Shadespiced Demon Blood
Spider, Demonic Admin Spawn Only Abysmal Flesh, Demon Blood, Human Flesh
Tiger Abysmal Flesh, Exotic Flesh, Exquisite Meat, Feral Flesh, Human Flesh, Raw Pork, Savoury Flesh
Tiger, White Exotic Flesh 20% Abysmal Flesh, Exotic Flesh, Exquisite Meat, Feral Flesh, Human Flesh, Raw Pork, Savoury Flesh
Shadespiced Raw Tough Meat 30%
Wolf Abysmal Flesh, Exotic Flesh, Exquisite Meat, Feral Flesh, Human Flesh, Raw Pork, Savoury Flesh
Wolf, Greater Exquisite Meat 20% Abysmal Flesh, Exotic Flesh, Exquisite Meat, Feral Flesh, Human Flesh, Raw Pork, Savoury Flesh
Shadespiced Perfect Cut of Meat 30%
Raw Pork1 40%
Shadespiced Fatty Meat1 50%
1Frostwolf cubs

Hunger[edit | edit source]

Think of it as a decay system for pets and thralls. It will help remove pets and thralls that have been abandoned by players, reducing stress on the server databases.
~ Funcom Forums: More Pet News[7]

Pets can die from hunger. If the pet does not have food in their inventory, they will die after a while. All pets have special animations to tell you when they're starving and want to be fed.

Pets that are placed out in the world will need to be fed. Those in a pen don’t need to be fed.

There is a special item called a Feed Box[7] that is learned at the same time as the Apprentice Tamer feat is learned. This item is a placeable that, when placed, distributes its inventory to nearby pets. It will also track the feeding time for each pet. Feed Boxes have a 50 meter radius.[9]

Pet feeding can, of course, be turned off in the Server Settings.[10]

Usage[edit | edit source]

If you keep pets in their pens they will generate resources for you. If you place them out in the world you may use them as travelling companions or defenders.[11]

In some DLCs they may be equipped with a cosmetic pet skin.

Resources[edit | edit source]

While pets are grown up and in a pen, and given their favourite food, they produce resources. Typically the resource they produce is “Dung”, but other byproducts can also be attained randomly. Everything from stone to crystals and other items, depending on what type of animal you’re keeping. Tamed Rocknoses, for example, can be an extra source of Stone, Ironstone and Crystal. As well, Gold or Silver veined Rocknoses produce Goldstone and Silverstone, respectively.[2] Spiders and Locust fabricate Ichor and Jungle Birds give feathers as a by product.[12]

Even if your pets die you can still make use of them. Corpse items can be put into the liquid press and will grind down into blood, bone and hide resources.[7]

Dung[edit | edit source]

Main article: Dung


Dung is a new item, and can currently only be used to make fertilizer (this is another way of making fertilizer, essentially)

Thrall[edit | edit source]

Once the baby has been converted into a proper pet, they can be taken out from the Animal Pen and placed in the world. From here-on-in, they work as a normal thrall would. They will follow you and attack enemy NPCs and creatures.[2] Currently, only one pet will follow you at a time.[13]

Once you choose to pull an animal out of your pen it can't be put back into it. Like the thralls, your pets will have inventories, which means you can't return them back to your inventory after you've placed them.[14]

Pet skins[edit | edit source]

Main article: Pet skin


Pet skins are cosmetic pet variants. There are 5 pet skins for each of the above DLCs.

Notes[edit | edit source]

Pets[edit | edit source]

  • Animal nests do not supply baby animals or pet eggs.
  • Regular eggs do not produce baby animals.
  • The pet system and the thrall changes are not intended to add extra grinding mechanics to the game.[15]
  • Pets were not able to be implemented for the game's full release.

Mounts[edit | edit source]

Main article: Cancelled features.

Media[edit | edit source]

  • Pet System Dev Stream:

References[edit | edit source]