Long Glyptodont (Creature file #196)

What a long armadillo. Today, we’ll be taking a look at a Xenarthra that looks as long as a stick. Everyone, meet the Neosclerocalyptus.

Fosil-nuevo-miramar-5_6244_1600x900_th

Rarity: Epic

Health: 4150

Damage: 1100

Speed: 110

Armor: 50%

Critical: 5%

Moves

Superior Vulnerability

Resilient Impact

Group Taunting Shields

Resistance: 100% Vulnerable

Possible hybrid: Neomimus, Fuse with Neosclerocalyptus and Suchomimus

Rarity: Legendary

Health: 4070

Damage: 1000

Speed: 110

Armor: 50%

Critical: 10%

Moves

Fierce Strike

Resilient Impact

Group Taunting Shields

Lethal Wound

Passive: No Escape

Resistance: 100% Vulnerable

Trivia
  • Neosclerocalyptus belongs in the family know as glyptodont.

  • Like it relative, the Doedicurus, Neosclerocalyptus has a hard shell that acts like armor for protection.

  • Neosclerocalyptus does not have a club on its tail, like a Doedicurus does.

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.

3 Likes

I’m gonna guess icthyosaurus?

If it’s a land creature it seems to be pelicanmimus

Pelicanmimus is correct. Also, I don’t do Aquatics in creature file unless there’s a patch note that says Aquatics are coming

5 Likes

It looks like a walking loaf of bread to me. :thinking:

A long armadillo loaf

1 Like