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Sinoceratops (Creature file #168)

Woo woo! Welcome back everyone to another: Creature file! Yay! Today, we’ll be taking a look at a ceratopsians that was in toys, but one was a mistake by Mattel. Everyone, meet Pachyrhinosaurus.

Rarity: Rare

Health: 3750

Damage: 1000

Speed: 113

Armor: 20%

Critical: 5%

Moves

Long Decelerating Strike

Dig In

Greater Stunning Impact

Passive: Swap in Stunning Strike

Possible hybrid: Pachygalosaurus, Fuse with Pachyrhinosaurus and Megalosaurus

Rarity: Epic

Health: 3850

Damage: 1000

Speed: 113

Armor: 25%

Critical: 5%

Moves

Long Decelerating Strike

Ferocious Strike

Dig In

Greater Stunning Rampage

Passive: Swap in Stunning Strike

Resistance: 100% Distraction

Trivia
  • The name, Pachyrhinosaurus, means “Thick-Nosed Lizard”.

  • Unlike other ceratopsians, Pachyrhinosaurus has a hard lumpy nasal bone.

  • It live in the same time with Edmontosaurus, Edmontonia, and Albertosaurus.

Can you guess who this is?:

Do NOT click on the picture, and search it on Google. I want to hear the answer from you.

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I’ve forgotten the name, but I’m pretty sure it’s related to the modern pronghorn.

It is a pronghorn

but i thought the creature file was all about prehistoric creatures, but a pronghorn is modern. Its like doing Tuatara or Coelacanth

I don’t think that’s the modern pronghorn. The horns look different. I know the prehistoric ones had some wacky headgear.

Qaw is correct

It wouldn’t have dig in I don’t think, with each ceratopsian common-epic rarity one regens and the other is more offensive

You can blame Pachyrhinosaurus for this… thingdownload

Title say so

Why is that?

Commons: Einio regens, Trike G2 uses rampage

Rares: Trike G1 uses dig in, nasuto uses a versatile kit

Epic: SIno is the only one and uses dig in

Hmm. You got the point there

Pachyrhinosaurus+ Entelomoth
Entorhinomoth
Unique
HP:4500
DMG: 1450
SPEED: 120
ARMOR: 20%
Crit.Chance: 5%
Long Decelerating Strike
persistent Ferocious Impact
Mutual Fury
Dig In

so is it Capromeryx or
Stockoceros or
Tetrameryx?

Tetrameryx is correct. How did you know?

i just looked up prehistoric pronghorns
there were not many to choose from

Give you a glare look

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@anon28420136 ahem

I just cheated and can assure you the answer is not from google searching the image

I just found the image on Google