So we all know the current meta is basically rat based, with whoever has the biggest chomper ready up next for the revenge kill. Here’s my thoughts on what hybrids I’d like to see that could round out our meta in 1.7.
Maiasaura+Alankylosaurus= ??? (Unique)
Moves: Superiority Strike, Instant Rampage, Long Invincibility, Impact&Run// Passive: SIA Invincibility
Stats: 20% Armor, 5% Crit, 117 Speed
Edmontoguanadon+Argentinosaurus= Armontoguana (Legendary)
Moves: Pinning Strike, Extended Critical Strike, Stun Rampage, Regenerate// SIA Nullify
Stats: 110 Speed, 30% Crit
Carnotaurus+Secodontosaurus= Carnodontotaurus (Legendary)
Moves: Vulnerability Strike, Critical Impact, Armor Piercing Impact, Short Defense// 1X Defense Shattering Counter, Immune
Stats: 110 Speed, 5% Crit
Carnodontotaurus+Dsungaripterus= Carnodiabolus (Unique) [Retains Theropod type]
Moves: Speed up Strike, Ferocious Impact, Exploit Wound, Extended Critical Strike// 1X Shattering Counter, Immune
Stats: 20% Critical, 124 Speed
Pteranodon+Tanycolagreus= Ptanyranodon (Legendary)
Moves: Shattering Strike, Nullifying Impact, AP Impact, Regen&Run// 1X AP Counter, SIA Ferocity
Stats: 130 Speed, 5% Crit
My thoughts- Alankylosaurus benefits from Maiasaura’s instant rampage to get the one over on certain matchups, as well as the ability to escape while sacrificing one shield move.
Armontoguana offers an offensive sauropod that is very difficult to get rid of. It’d be able to take an absolute beating, and being equipped with SIA Nullify and the ability to soak and pin, it becomes a Rat exterminator.
Carnodontotaurus becomes a stepping stone to Carnodiabolus, a versatile endgame beast that takes revenge kills into Swiss Army knife level selection.
Ptanyranodon answers the shortcomings of both parents. Tany struggles to deal with Indos that Crit through small HP, and Ptera is too frail. Combined it’s able to hit twice with the counter, and Regen&Run to be used effectively again and again. Theoretically.
Thoughts and more ideas are welcome! These are just the 5 I’d like to see assuming it stays around that number in the next update.