A Wyvern Egg in Ark: Survival Evolved is a fertilized incubated egg which can be turned into baby Wyverns as part of the breeding process. You can only obtain them through theft from other players or from finding them in the wild, however.
In ARK: Survival Evolved, the number of air conditioners needed to hatch an Ice Wyvern egg is typically the same as a regular Wyvern egg – around 15-20 under optimal conditions. However, remember this can vary depending on specific in-game conditions and your base’s location. Always monitor the egg’s health and temperature to ensure successful incubation.
In order to ensure your wyvern eggs hatch and turn into babies, they must be placed in an Incubator at an ideal temperature; how many air conditioners you require depends upon several factors: first being egg size: large ones require more ACs while ambient temperature – hotter climates require more ACs than cooler ones.
Wyvern and Drake eggs can be incubated similarly to dinosaur eggs; you will require an Egg Incubator capable of holding at least ten eggs at one time to do this properly, though you could also use an Air Conditioner, Campfire, or similar heat sources in order to achieve an appropriate temperature environment for them.
When it comes to selecting an air conditioning system for a wyvern egg, remember that higher ambient temperatures necessitate more air conditioners being installed as it ensures successful hatching of its contents. This is due to their need to remain at an extremely hot temperature in order to hatch properly.
If the temperature in the room where you are keeping the egg is too high, embryos within can die and it is important to use multiple air conditioners so as to maintain an ideal environment for storage of eggs.
Some wyvern eggs require up to 10 air conditioners in order to hatch successfully, so if you plan on breeding one it would be wise to be prepared. It can be a costly endeavor but can add a beautiful animal into your tribe!
Apart from knowing how many air conditioners you require, it is also vital that they are evenly spread around the egg to ensure even heating without overheating. Furthermore, it would be prudent to store them in an enclosed room so as to protect them from predatory creatures who might attack.
Protecting eggs from aggressive creatures requires placing them in an enclosed space, like a cave. Once inside, heat-generating devices like campfires, air conditioners or air conditioning units may be used to maintain an ideal temperature for hatching the eggs – remembering it may take up to two days before one hatches!