Oksoko, the triple-headed eagle. (wait, no, not that oksoko? oh) Oops, I meant the oviraptorosaurid dinosaur. But it was named after the triple-headed eagle.
Size: around 6 feet long
Location: Gobi Desert, Mongolia
Time period: Maastrichian age (Cretaceous)
This recently discovered oviraptorosaur has one less finger than its nearest relatives, and a complete lack of teeth. The feathered and winged creatures had a large beak resembling that of a parrot but grew to a whopping six feet long, very much unlike a parrot. They were obligate omnivores and are thought to have been opportunistic hunters.
Crit. Chance: 25%
(steals all positive effects and gains all stolen positive effects)
Swap-in Distracting Strike
50% Distraction resistance