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Brontotherium? (Creature file #132)

Time for a new creature. Today, we’ll be taking a look at a creature that looks like a rhino, but it’s not related to it. Ladies and gentlemen, meet Embolotherium.


Rarity: Epic

Health: 4590

Damage: 1350

Speed: 109

Armor: 30%

Critical: 5%


Resilient Strike

Defensive Stance

Instant Invincibility Taunt

Possible hybrid: Embolosuchus, Fuse with Embolotherium and Gorgosuchus

Rarity: Legendary

Health: 4440

Damage: 1350

Speed: 107

Armor: 30%

Critical: 30%


Cleansing Shattering Strike

Fierce Impact

Ferocious Strike

Instant Invincibility Taunt

Resistance: 100% Speed Decrease, 50% Vulnerable

  • The name, Embolotherium, means either “Battering Ram Beast” or “Wedge Beast”.

  • Despite its look, Embolotherium isn’t related to true rhinos. They are more closely related to horses instead.

  • Embolotherium died out 28 MYA due to climate change that killed plants that it eat.

Can you guess who this is?: Rugops1_c149

Probably earlier. All brontotheres went excint around 34 MYA, before Oligocene.

Idk what’s the dino

Yeah, I got the fact from wwb wiki

I love his name

That’s correct. I can see that its your favorite

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Ah yes, may be Rugops. I remember him without crest and with shorter hands.

I think you were confused with Tyrannolophosaurus

Exactly, I was like “if it’s Rugops, why does it look more like a megaraptor than an abelisaurid?”

Image. I was trying to find the perfect image

Therapods all look similar to me :man_shrugging:

Unlike Ceratopsians

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Best one imo is the planet dinosaur model

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Don’t get me wrong, I can tell the difference between a Spinosaurus, Dilophosaurus,Velociraptor, etc. But depending on the paleoartist, I could confuse Megalosaurus with Giganotosaurus or Allosaurus if not given any context. Newer paleo-art is easier to distinguish, but at some point a lot of artists opt for something barely better than “large bipedal toothy lizard.”
Head regalia makes even bad paleo-art distinguishable for ceratopsians and hadrosaurs.

I don’t know