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It's back! (Creature file #108)

Y’all remember Apatosaurus, right? Well, do you remember Brontosaurus? If yes, then you be happy to know that this creature is back after being gone for so long since 1903. Please welcome this sauropod to the file.

Rarity: Rare

Health: 5780

Damage: 1060

Speed: 107

Armor: 0%

Critical: 5%


Pinning Strike

Resilient Impact

Decelerating Rampage

Possible hybrid: Brontoguanodon, Fuse with Brontosaurus and Edmontoguanodon

Rarity: Legendary

Health: 5760

Damage: 1220

Speed: 110

Armor: 0%

Critical: 5%


Pinning Strike

Resilient Impact

Lesser Group Heal

Decelerating Rampage

Resistance: 100% Swap Prevention

  • The name, Brontosaurus, means “Thunder Lizard”.

  • It was formerly a synonym name for Apatosaurus.

  • Brontosaurus didn’t get its name back since when it was discovered.

Can you guess who this is?:

Do NOT click on the picture. If you did, don’t tell me.


Apparently, I was supposed to fuse Brontosaurus with Apatosaurus, but I realized that it could be… confused.

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Bronto ain’t really a dinosaur. Just a mistake one.



Hy something

That’s it. You’re getting close

Yeah, I, would think a lot of people know that.

Its name does exist. I found it on prehistoric wildlife website

Maybe Polacanthus? Edmontonia? Gastonia?

I’ve already done Gastonia

Not true: as recently as 2015, A paleontologist discovered that their was enough variation among the neck vertebrae to warrant a distinct species. Brontosaurus IS a real dinosaur. Some paleontologists think that both species actually had bulkier, more muscular necks than previously thought. There is also the theory that brontosaurus (and perhaps apatosaurus) had keratin spikes on the underside of its neck which it used for battle. They would launch their massive necks at each other and draw damage with the spikes.
BRONTOSMASH Witton low res


Idk then. I’m sure that dino is a nodosaur because he doesn’t have a tail club

That’s correct.

Another hint: It looks like a huge iguana back then

I doesn’t quite look like a minmi and that’s too basal to be considered a nodosaur anyway.



Early in the fossil record. Minmi predates the branch that differentiates between Nodosaurs and Ankylosaurs.
Leptoceratops, Microceratus and Psittacosaurus are basal ceratopsians for example.



Is it edmontonia?

Big fat no

Well, minmi?