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Wandering off (Creature file #131)

New creature. Today, we’ll be taking a look at a ceratopsians that hasn’t been wandering off from its parents (yes, I made that up). Ladies and gentlemen, meet Vagaceratops

Rarity: Rare

Health: 3400

Damage: 1000

Speed: 113

Armor: 20%

Critical: 5%

Moves

Resilient Strike

Greater Stunning Rampage

Instant Charge

Passive: Swap in Stunning Strike

Possible hybrid: Vagaranosaurus, Fuse with Vagaceratops and Diloranosaurus

Rarity: Unique

Health: 3450

Damage: 1060

Speed: 113

Armor: 20%

Critical: 5%

Moves

Resilient Strike

Lesser Group Heal

Greater Emergency Heal

Greater Stunning Rampage

Passive: Swap in Stunning Strike

Resistance: 67% Stun

Trivia
  • The name, Vagaceratops, means “Wandering Horned Face”.

  • Vagaceratops was first identified as a species of Chasmosaurus until 2010.

  • Like all ceratopsians, Vagaceratops has a frill, which it may have used it for show off, or in defense.

Can you guess who this is?: Evi_brontothere_large

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Embolotherium!

Knew without doubt

Congratulations! I feel like that this “rhino” is a same name with Brontotherium

They are closely related after all. Embolo was bigger tho. He was really huge, bigger than any real rhino (brontotheres aren’t true rhinos), including Elasmotherium.
embolotherium-size

Wasn’t Embolotheirum the biggest land mammal ever after proboscideans and Paraceratherium?

I don’t think so. I think the Indricotherium is

Indrico is a synonym of Paracera

I know that

Huh? It seems like Embolotherium, and Brontotherium are the same sizes

Prehistoric Wildlife says no
embolotherium-size starfinder

Wasted theme

It looks like bronto

It does kinda

Pfft! The Megacerops is just being compared to a bigger person.

Kidding, kidding…

Sure is an ugly horse! :smile:

Looking at that picture of the two brontotheirs makes me wanna go watch walking with beasts, the show which the picture originally came from.

It’s episode 2 if you want to know. As a kid I was sure it was Brontotherium, while it was Embolotherium in fact

Ooh. Nice.