Here you go for the Level 40 stats… Also, is that a new screen for creating hybrids or am I mistaken? Either way that’s pretty cool.
My thoughts on these: I like the look of both of these new creatures a lot, they each have a really unique feel. The Megarchelon is a little too powerful if you ask me, but that’s a minor gripe… It does make complete sense; particularly when you consider it’s combining an already powerful Legendary with a tournament Legendary creature. It’s just going to throw off the balance of your line up if you max it out.
I like the look of both these hybrids, Megarchelon looks a little… none hybrid to me (like you could mistake that for being a real species of shark, if it weren’t so big) and considering your point about how OP @DantheMan it looks from stats, it’s actually less stronger than Dunkelosaurus. But has more health, so this hybrid is more built for tanking hits, rather than dealing out damage.
Smithetoceras however looks like something out of a fatasy film, and I love it! And stats wise, it’s actually on par with VIP creatures, with I think it is great. And I can’t wait to use it.
Oh cool, I guess I just haven’t had to fuse anything between then and now… The only thing that would be nice for Ludia to add would be the amount of DNA (or whichever currency is required) needed to purchase each creature.
Yes, Megarchelon is designed to be a tank. And yes, when compared to the max for Dunkleosaurus, the latter has 3594 attack points (over 2828 for the former). However maxing out a Dunkleosaurus already throws off the balance for your Aquatic line up. The next highest Aquatic on the ferocity meter is Tylosaurus which caps out at 2873 (Health) and 2095 (Attack).
I dunno, I’m still going to plan to max out Megarchelon because it’s awesome and I’ve maxed everything else out for my Aquatics, but still understanding that doing this will certainly bring up the levels of my NPCs in Aquatic battles