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Triceratops but with a short head (Creature file #120)

Today in my creature file, we’ll be taking a look at a ceratopsians that maybe look like a Triceratops, but with a one horn no. Ladies and gentlemen, meet the Brachyceratops.

Rarity: Common

Health: 3660

Damage: 1040

Speed: 113

Armor: 20%

Critical: 5%


Resilient Strike

Greater Stunning Rampage

Passive: Swap in Stunning Strike

Possible hybrid: Skoolaceratops, Fuse or Skoolasaurus and Brachyceratops

Rarity: Unique

Health: 4810

Damage: 1040

Speed: 115

Armor: 20%

Critical: 5%


Resilient Strike

Tip The Scales

Group Distraction

Greater Stunning Rampage

Passive: Nullifying Counter, and Swap in Stunning Strike

  • The name, Brachyceratops, means “Short horned face”.

  • Brachyceratops belongs to a same genus with Rubeosaurus.

  • Fossil location is at USA.

Can you guess who this is?: 1714408c186a911ae0568216e34b156a

Woodland Muskock

Ock? Also, that’s correct

sorry type wrongly

It’s okay. I know English isn’t your first language

It is my first

Oh! my bad

I never heard about “Woodland Musk Ox” before, so I did some research. His scientific name is really funny. Bootherium!

Bootherium, and Woodland Musk Ox they’re all the same

I wonder what’s the origin of that name

I’m not sure, but it’ll be very difficult to do like I did with Celebochoerus

It’s a bantha from Star Wars! Obisously … right.

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Who’s Bantha?

It’s one of those buffalo looking animals from the desert planet, Taatoine that Anakin aka Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker grew up on.

One shaggy bovine

:ghost: :scream:

What’s the matter?

Boo! :sheep:

I see. Drink some cocoa*

Should I share my fun fact about musk oxen now, or on the next file?