Giant Snout (Creature file #198)

Today, we’ll be taking a look at an ungulates that has some sort of weird horn on its face. Everyone, meet the Rhinotitan.

Rarity: Common

Health: 4350

Damage: 1150

Speed: 107

Armor: 25%

Critical: 5%

Moves

Defensive Stance

Resilient Rampage

Resistance: 100% Speed Decrease

Possible hybrid: Edmontonsis, Fuse with Edmontoguanodon and Rhinotitan

Rarity: Legendary

Health: 4350

Damage: 1200

Speed: 110

Armor: 25%

Critical: 5%

Moves

Defensive Stance

Resilient Impact

Greater Emergency Heal

Greater Stunning Impact

Resistance: 100% Speed Decrease, and Swap Prevention

Trivia
  • The name, Rhinotitan, means “Giant Snout”.

  • True to its name, Rhinotitan has a weird snout horn on its face much like Pachyrhinosaurus.

  • Rhinotitan belongs to a same group with Brontotherium.

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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lexovisaurus?
its that or dacentrurus

Lexovisaurus is correct

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“Edmonton form”?

Edmontoguanodon, while nsis is the scientific name for Rhinotitan

Okay, this is just more confusing now.

Never mind. There’s more room for next time

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Rhinodonta
Rhinotitan + wooly rhino
Rhinomaxima: Brontolasmus + rhinodonta (i know its a megahybrid)

Megahybrid?

megahybrid, hyperhybrid whatever you want to call it
hybrid + hybrid or superhybrid + nonhybrid
so 4 different species

Oh. I see then

I think it’s probably more along the lines of “from edmonton”

most likely

Rhinoguantodon
Edmontitan
Iguanotitan
Rhinoiguana

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I’ll keep that in mind

@Apple, you should rename the image file before posting it here, because right now you can just hover over it to see the original name, renaming it something random will stop cheating

Next time I will

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I had initially thought “sis” was used as like in Coelophysis.

It was actually Mongoliensis

You already told me that, after my initial thought of the translation.