Six Creatures from JW/TG

These six creatures would be a great complement to JW/TG!

Brontosaurus
HP: 3,159
ATK: 964
Ferocity: 5,519
Coins: 132,711/3H
Rarity: Tournament
Animation set: Sauropod
Class: Herbivore

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  • Evo 1: An interesting fact about the Brontosaurus was that it stood approximately 15 feet high at the hips, and had a length of about 90 feet.
  • Evo 2: This dinosaur is best known for its large neck, which serves as sort of a counter balance for its long tail.
  • Evo 3: Riggs stated that “In view of these facts the two genera may be regarded as synonymous. As the term ‘Apatosaurus’ has priority, ‘Brontosaurus’ will be regarded as a synonym”.
  • Evo 4: Brontosaurus has often been depicted in cinema, beginning with Winsor McCay’s 1914 classic Gertie the Dinosaur, one of the first animated films.

Saltasaurus
HP: 2,016
ATK: 753
Ferocity: 5.174
Coins: 299,520/17H
Rarity: Tournament
Animation set: Sauropod
Class: Herbivore

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  • Evo 1: In the Cretaceous period, sauropod dinosaurs in North America were behind the survival game to duck-billed dinosaurs, such as Edmontosaurus.
  • Evo 2: Since then, palaeontologists have investigated the option that other sauropods also had armour; for example, the Argentinian Laplatasaurus.
  • Evo 3: Saltasaurus came to light in 1980, most experts believed that when predators came calling, sauropods simply fended them off with their sheer size and whip-like tails.
  • Evo 4: The wilds of South America have produced several decent Saltasaurus skeletons—but the same can’t be said for other titanosaurs.

Megalania
HP: 2,697
ATK: 795
Ferocity: 5,364
Coins: 225,792/12H
Rarity: Tournament
Animation set: Monitor Lizard (new)
Class: Savannah

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  • Evo 1: Megalania had heavily built libms and body and a large skulle complete with a small crest between the eyes, and a jaw full of serrated, blade-like teeth.
  • Evo 2: The scales of Megalania would possibly be similar to those of their extant relatives, possessing a honeycomb microstructure and both durable and resilient to water evaporation.
  • Evo 3: The lack of complete or nearly complete fossil skeletons has made it difficult to determine the exact dimesnions of Megalania.
  • Evo 4: Megalania weighed more than 5 times the weight of the largest living reptile, which usually weighs 150 pounds, the Komodo Dragon.

Maiasaura
HP: 2,643
ATK: 826
Ferocity: 5,288
Coins: 158,976/6H
Rarity: Tournament
Animation set: Iguanodon
Class: Herbivore

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  • Evo 1: Maiasaura is a duck-billed dinosaur which is thought to have taken good care of its babies. The name of this dinosaur means “good mother”.
  • Evo 2: As a member of the saurolophinae branch of hadrosaurs, Maiasaura lacked the complex crest of lambeosaurines such as Tsintaosaurus, but had a small spiky crest above the eyes.
  • Evo 3: The young grew up at a remarkable rate for an animal the size of Maiasaura, for by the time they reached one year old, they could leave the nest, suggesting they were warm blooded.
  • Evo 4: The first specimens of Maiasaura was an enormous nesting colony discovered between 1978 and 1979 in an areal known as Egg Mountain in the Two Medicine Formation.

Torosaurus
HP: 2,397
ATK: 547
Ferocity: 5,746
Coins: 221,184/15H
Rarity: Tournament
Animation set: Ceratopsid
Class: Herbivore

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  • Evo 1: Torosaurus is known for possessing one of the largest skulls of any terrestrial animal, measuring 9.1 feet (2.77 m) in length.
  • Evo 2: In terms of its environment, Torosaurus lived in a range of ecologies including subtropical inland, coastal regions, and semi-arid plains.
  • Evo 3: Torosaurus was first named in 1891 based on two complete skulls and has been found throughout the North American continent from Texas to Saskatchewan.
  • Evo 4: Torosaurus was one of the last dinosaurs living in the Late Cretaceous prior to the KT mass extinction.

Styracosaurus
HP: 2,397
ATK: 547
Ferocity: 5,288
Coins: 158,976/6H
Rarity: Tournament
Animation set: Ceratopsid
Class: Herbivore

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  • Evo 1: Along with Sinoceratops, they are part of the centrosaurine branch of ceratopsids which are categorized by their nose-horn being larger than their brown horns.
  • Evo 2: Styracosaurus was discovered in Alberta, Canada in 1913 by Lawrence Lambe. Today, Styracosaurus fossils are found in the rich Dinosaur Park Formation in Alberta.
  • Evo 3: Styracosaurus must forms pairs or small herds between two and five individuals to satisfy its comfort requirements.
  • Evo 4: Whose horns would have scared off many attackers. This Styracosaurus was a herbivore that probably traveled in large herds over what is now North America.
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They’re good concepts

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I thought you made at least one rare or common creature. Don’t get me wrong they are good concepts but this game need at least few more commons or rares rather than another tournament creature.

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Yeah but bronto never existed

This is outdated information. Brontosaurus became a separate genus from Apatosaurus a few years ago.

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The only problem I have with this is that Megalania is a savanna, all cenozoic reptiles in the game a cavern plus it feels right for it to be in cavern

Megalania was more of a roamer and it did live in the savanna of Australia

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Actually, Megalania lived in a broad range of Pleistocene habitats, including open forests, woodlands and perhaps grasslands . Fossils have been found in stream and river deposits as well as in caves. It was rare in all localities, and was probably not living on stream banks or in caves.

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Ludia listen to this, we need this.

People made a big deal about it but it’s not even positive yet.

There’s already enough anatomical differences that suggests that Brontosaurus is its own species

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Take a look at this article posted in Nature Magazine, one of the most reliable and secure websites for science news.
https://www.nature.com/articles/nature.2015.17257

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