The Soul Reaper is one of the creatures in Pixark.
Museum descriptions[edit | edit source]
Wild[edit | edit source]
Soul Reapers are one of the most intimidating beings known to roam in PixARK. The sickles they wield are known to steal one's very soul.
Tame[edit | edit source]
Note:This is the in-game description, but Soul Reaper is actually tameable.
Humans are as yet still unable to communicate with Soul Reapers in any meaningful way, and are unable to tame them.
Handbook description[edit | edit source]
Capable of seizing one's soul, A Soul Reaper carries a scythe that is said to be a replica of the one carried by the Lord of Death himself.
Appearance[edit | edit source]
A floating gray skinned humanoid wearing a black robe carry a scythe
Behavior[edit | edit source]
Above ground Soul reapers randomly patrol small areas of the dark forest . Underground they can often get stuck in the tunnels. when a soul reaper see's a human or its tame it will attack relentlessly until either are killed.
Drops[edit | edit source]
Stats[edit | edit source]
|Attribute||Amount at Level 1||Increase per point|
1Percentages are based on the value of the stat the moment the creature was tamed (after taming effectiveness)
2The Base damage for this creature is not yet known.
3Movement speed is always 100% and can not be leveled
4Torpidity increases every level on wild creatures, but can not be increased once they are tamed.
|Movement Type||Base Speed||Sprinting|
- For a comparison of the speeds of all creatures, see Base creature speeds
Taming[edit | edit source]
Note: Non-magical Sleepy Arrows fired from a bow or crossbow deliver extra torpor over time for 5 seconds after impact. Only two instances of this effect can be in effect at once - a third arrow hit before the effect has fully resolved will result in potential torpor being wasted. For maximum efficiency, time your shots so that they land 5 seconds apart. The numbers given here are assuming you do so.
For passive tames, there is a long wait between the first and second feedings as the creature eats, after which it follows the feeding intervals listed. These feeding intervals are estimates - the actual interval will vary per-creature based on random chance.
|Dark Magic Stone||7||0:42:00|
|Dark Magic Stone Essence||13||0:39:00|
|Primary Magic Core||43||0:43:00|
|× 12; × 20:|
|Dark Magic Stone||8||0:48:00|
|Dark Magic Stone Essence||16||0:48:00|
|Primary Magic Core||53||0:53:00|
|× 14; × 23:|
|Dark Magic Stone||10||1:00:00|
|Dark Magic Stone Essence||19||0:57:00|
|Primary Magic Core||63||1:03:00|
|× 16; × 26:|
|Dark Magic Stone||12||1:12:00|
|Dark Magic Stone Essence||23||1:09:00|
|Primary Magic Core||74||1:14:00|
|× 17; × 29:|
|Dark Magic Stone||13||1:18:00|
|Dark Magic Stone Essence||26||1:18:00|
|Primary Magic Core||84||1:24:00|
|× 19; × 32:|
Combat[edit | edit source]
Utility[edit | edit source]
When you place items in a Soul Reaper the weight of the item is less. This makes them great for farming. They do move slow, but if you are farming in dangerous areas, they are also VERY good protectors.
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Trivia[edit | edit source]