One file in the Archives reveals information about the Ashazar. You read carefully to learn about this creature and obtain more knowledge about the mysterious species of Ark.
Available Oct 28 - Nov 5, 2015.
The Ashazar egg radiates a nice wave of heat, as well as a red glow that seems to be coming from inside the egg. If you didn't know better, you'd say the egg was filled with magma! The spikes on the outside of the egg are very sharp and could burn through almost anything that touch them. It is also not advised that you touch these spikes, as they contain a large amount of venom. This does not seem like a very friendly egg but perhaps the creature inside is friendlier.
The Ashazar is a dangerous reptile-like creature, located near (and sometimes in) The Volcano. These creatures lay their eggs inside of The Volcano, where they are then left to simmer in the magma. Once the eggs are close to hatching, they cool into hard, rock-like formations. These rocks then crack, leaving the regular egg which the newborn Ashazar will soon hatch from. As the Ashazar matures, frills develop along the creature's neck and back. If you look closely, these frills can often times emit a red glow, almost as if they contain a small bit of glowing magma. Try leaving your Ashazar in the dark and watch as the frills become illuminated with this glowing light.
Ashazars can spit fiery venom at their enemies but they have been known to be friendly towards humans as long as humans are friendly in return. If you plan to approach an Ashazar, be sure to show it respect or else you may find yourself plummeting into The Volcano. As long as you are kind to any Ashazars that you approach, you can be sure to have a slithering companion.
Since they were born in magma, Ashazars prefer warm climates and a toasty home. If you are a proud Ashazar owner, be sure to provide your creature with plenty of heat and it will provide you with warmth in return. Ashazars can often times be worn around the neck in chilly climates as a way to keep their owners warm! Just think of is as a scaly scarf.