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Arizona Glyptodon (Creature file #239)

Today, we’ll be taking a look at an armadillo that’s like a Glyptodon, but from North America. Everyone, meet the Glyptotherium.

Rarity: Common

Health: 4000

Damage: 1150

Speed: 106

Armor: 40%

Critical: 5%

Moves

Superior Vulnerability

Taunting Shields

Resistance: 100: Speed Decrease and Stun

Possible hybrid: Glyptotrasaurus, Fuse with Glyptotherium and Sonorsaurus

Rarity: Legendary

Health: 5350

Damage: 1150

Speed: 105

Armor: 40%

Critical: 10%

Moves

Superior Vulnerability

Devastation

Taunting Shields

Exploit Vulnerability

Passive: Medium Resilient Counter Attack

Resistance: 100% Speed Decrease, Stun, Taunt, and Vulnerable

Trivia
  • It was discovered in 1903

  • Glyptotherium was member of the Xenarthra family.

  • The reason it went extinct is probably because of human, climate change, or there’s no food at all.

Whose fossil does this belong to?:

Do NOT click on the picture, and search it through any websites. I want to hear the answer from you.

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Ajnabia the dwarf cory

Ajnabia is correct

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Remember the trunk glyptotherium fron ice age giants

No. I don’t remember that

In the documentary glyptotherium was portrayed with an trunk like a tapir

Oh that. No, I haven’t seen it


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My fault. The hybrid is supposed to be a Legendary, not Unique. Do you mind changing it please?

Here it seemed strange to me.
But I didn’t understand the fourth attack well, you know I’m Italian.

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That’s alright. Do you mind changing it to a Legendary? I did that by mistakes

Thank you so much

There’s not many epic Glyptodonts in your Creature Collection, are there?

Neo is one

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And he’s the only one. And Peltephilus is the only true rare Glyptodont in the collection now that Glyptodon is now a common in-game. There should be variation with the Glyptodonts’ rarities here.

yeah, that

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What do you think is a better alternative to Glyptotrasaurus; Sonoratherium or Sonoraglyptos?

Sonoraglyptos

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“Sonoran Sculpture” or “Sonoran Grooves”. A lovely and fitting name. The shell and knobs on this thing would definitely look cool if they were sandstone colored, like a part of the mountains in the Sonoran Desert came to life. I’d also imagine that if there were to be a “Sonoran Beast”, it would be a Sonorasaurus x Deinotherium hybrid and it would like those speculative trunked sauropods.