If they adjust its stats it is going to be fairly high up is it going to screw up your balance?
That’s a big reason I’m not going to make one until I see what the buff is (I’m assuming there’s going to be one considering the price for it).
Depends on the buff, really. I expect him to end up with a similar ferocity to Erliphosaurus given that they’re both tournament + rare, and that hybrid at level 10 fits into my lineup well. Even if the stats are Yudon esque (unlikely imo), i’ll still be fine
And banomingus has 0 fingers.
Uh, where’d the 3rd ones come from???
I’m just assuming it’s the rough ballpark of the therocenosaurus. I have a lvl 10 of that so I know it’s still far below my lvl 1 indos, which are the top of my roster.
I don’t see it being more powerful than those bad boys.
Not all hybrids are made with only 2 different DNA’s, indominus for example, has DNA from several other species like some frogs.
I believe they used DNA from another dinosaur (maybe allosaurus GEN 2) because the skull of allonogmius is much less than that of the current allosaurus.
Only explanation for the 3 fingers.
@OstaposaurusBae I referred to the 3 fingers of Allonogmius because Allosaurus, one of her “parents” , originally has 3 fingers too . The same happens with the original Giganotiosaur and maybe with other carnivores of the game too . They are not all of them classified as tyranosaurs , the only original group of carnivores with too fingers.
@Lucas_Paulino take a look at the Allosaurus gen 1 in JWA . Allonogmius design is much closer to this model (narrow skull and lighter body) than JWTG . This model has 3 fingers. The last year the game is taking more and more features from JWA. This is my explanation .