If you can't find what you're looking for...
TIP: Spelling accurately is a necessity when using the search box. Misspelling words can result in a failed search.
- If you are trying to find a specific creature but you're not sure how to spell it, the easiest thing to do is look at the creature list. It lists every creature in the game with links to their profile page.
- If you are looking for a specific mission title, try looking on the full list of mission titles page or arena challenge reference list
- Looking for something else? Try looking at the sitemap, which includes links to literallly every page on the site
If you still can't find what you're looking for, feel free to use the 'contact' link in the menu. I can usually respond within a day and I'm always willing to help to the best of my abilities
Search tips & tricks
Searches can be narrowed to include results only from the missions archive using the search boxes found on this page and the missions archive homepage
In addition, there are several ways to modify the default search behavior. Note that by default, when no qualifiers are used, the search engine will include only pages that include all words entered into the search box
- Phrase search " "
- To search for an exact phrase, place quotes around the search term. The search example below would return only pages that contain the exact phrase battle stage 7
Search Example: "battle stage 7"
- - operator
- If you prepend a word with - that word is required to not be on the page. The search example below would return pages that do contain the word indominus but exclude the word tyrannosaurus
Search Example: indominus -tyrannosaurus
- + operator
- If you prepend a word with + that is required to be on the page. The search example below would return pages the contain the word indominus and the word tyrannosaurus. Note that this is the default behavior of the search engine when no search operators are used.
Search Example: indominus +tyrannosaurus
Note: Searching for indominus tyrannosaurus would give the same results
- OR operator
- Use the OR operator to specify 2 or more search words or terms within the same search. The search example below would return pages that include the word indominus and/or the word tyrannosaurus. Pages that contain both words will rank higher in the results list than pages containing only one of the words
Search Example: indominus OR tyrannosaurus
- Combining operators
- Any of the above search operators can be combined to create very specific searches. The search examples below are different examples of ways you can combine search operators to get specific results on this site
- Search Example: hybrid +herbivores OR +carnivores
- Search Result: Pages that contain the word hybrid and the word herbivores as well as pages that contain the word hybrid and the word carnivores. In short, this search would give pages containing either hybrid herbivores or hybrid carnivores or both.
- Search Example: hybrid -"super rare"
- Search Result: Pages that contain the word hybrid but exclude the phrase super rare. In short, this search would give all hybrids that are not super rare
- Search Example: carnivore +legendary -hybrid
- Search Result: Pages that contain the word carnivore and the word legendary but exclude the word hybrid. In short, this search would give all legendary carnivores that are not hybrids