(unfortunately pictures not in HD )
Discovered in 1845, this whale made a small appearance in Sea Monsters swimming in the lagoon around midday.
Tier - Super Rare
Class - Surface
Level 10 : HP - 175
Attack - 102
Level 20 : HP - 218
Attack - 203
Level 30 : HP - 344
Attack - 310
HP - 453
Attack - 417
This small whale is a glass cannon, caves beware ?
Would you like to see this creature in your parks ?
I am really sorry for writing more than a week late, my PC broke ( all my fault ) and it was just repaired. As a little sort of “conpensation” I would like you all to choose which sea monster you
would like to see coming out. It can be from anywhere, just my little apology to yall
Have a good day!
Please comment what sea monster would you want down below !
Brachauchenius, Megacephalosaurus, futtabasaurus, cretoxyrhina and orthoceras
@Altithorax_Perotorum Epic ideas, I’m gotta look them up except the shark Cretoxyrhina
I think ancient whales like maiacetus, rhodocetus, indocetus or ambulocetus should be reef
gotta read Wikipedia about them thanks !
Wasnt orthoceras the giant orthocone?
Would like to see brachuachenius in the game, we need more reefs.
Cameroceras is the giant orthocone. Giant orthocone is even called Cameroceras in the german version of the game. Orthoceras is the one from jpb
And yep we need more reefs. I would also like Megacephalosaurus and stupendemys
Plus we have plesiosuchus in the game now we should have plesiopleurodon, would be a pretty cool reef addition.
Yep as well as suchodus . We need more pliosaurs
Don’t we have Giant Orthocone as a VIP ?
And Suchodus as a cave tournament
There is a difference between giant orthocone and orthoceras. Orthoceras was in jpb. He is also much smaller than him. Around the size of Baculites. Also giant orthocone is just a nickname for Cameroceras
Ichthyosaurus or Thalattoarchon
idk but any whale I’m happy with I love whales
Cretoxyrhina is my favorite extinct shark.
It seems like Cretoxyrhina has got my vote aswell so stay tuned ! @AlangasaurusIsAwesom @Altithorax_Perotorum