Jurassic Fury’s lineup witnesses a second major change! (To read the first, see my other post “Breaking News From My Lineup”)
We’re live from Jurassic Fury’s park, as the newest star makes his debut! The Indominus Rex entered the team at precisely 7:16 am on June 24th, 2020 (IST) and shook the entire lineup, being the first Legendary Hybrid. This, indeed, was a major step since there are currently no Super-Rare Hybrids in the team.
The two level 30 T-Rexes, sources say, had been instantly fused to make a level 40, and again, instantly fused with the level 40 Raptor without wasting a single moment, as a precautionary measure against the dangers of unbalanced PvE : The level 40 T-Rex was, for a few seconds, stronger than the lineup’s famous level 10 Eolambia by a LOT of attack and health.
Named as “Titanium”, we await further news at 5:30 pm (IST) to record the Indominus Rex’s first victory.
The Eolambia, with visible sadness, says - “I used to be the top creature of the Jurassic lineup, and was preparing to give up my crown to the upcoming level 20 Megalosaurus. But this abrupt desicion for the Indominus Rex has left me quite perplexed, as I was still not emotionally prepared to be demoted to the second spot”. Meanwhile, the Baryonyx sits at 3rd spot, and a little frightened of the mean-looking newcomer. He had, in his mind, visions of him being bullied because he, too, was a newcomer but his welcome was short-lived.
The crying Majungasaurus, meanwhile, is comforted by the Alanqa and the Triceratops. The three commons show frustration - why didn’t anyone acknowledge them, too? They remain in the corner of the park, and their value exists for collecting coins and eventually, events such as Mighty Money.
The owner of his park, Jurassic Fury, says - “It took me a sacrifice of two level 30 T-Rexes and around 900 bucks to get Titanium into my team. But man, it was sure worth it.”