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Musk Ox but with different design? (Creature file #121)

Time for a new creature. Today, we’ll be taking a look at a creature that looks like a ox, but its more related to sheep and goats. Ladies and gentlemen, meet the Bootherium.


Rarity: Common

Health: 3600

Damage: 1060

Speed: 111

Armor: 10%

Critical: 5%

Defensive Stance

Superiority Impact

Passive: Swap in Stunning Strike

Resilience: 100% Damage Over Time

Possible hybrid: Bookylosaurus, Fuse with Bootherium and Alankylosaurus

Rarity: Unique

Health: 4510

Damage: 1020

Speed: 111

Armor: 30%

Critical: 10%


Defensive Stance

Resilient Impact

Short Defense

Long Invincibility

Passive: Swap in Stunning Strike

Resilience: 100% Damage Over Time

  • Bootherium is also known as the Woodland Musk Ox.

  • Despite its look and name, Bootherium is more related to sheep and goats than they are to cows.

  • Bootherium may have live in the same era when the first human arrived.

Can you guess who this is?:

Do NOT click on the picture


You know, sometime when it comes to creatures, it can be difficult to do. Like, for example, Facts and moves can be difficult, like how I did with Argentavis, and Celebochoerus


It in dinopedia forum



Lol, Bootherium bombifrons is one of the most hilarious scientific names I’ve ever heard.




Silly me. Thanks for reminding me

That’s the species name

Oh. I see


Oxalaia, not Oxalaria. Probably you made a typo

I’m wondering if Oxalaia’s 2020 version is similar to Spino

Considering how fragmentary its fossil remains are, a lot of what we know of it is extrapolated from Spinosaurus. As such, many paleo-artists are drawing it the same way Spino is currently drawn. The truth is: we really don’t know.

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I’m not sure if it’s a same species or not