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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%


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%


Resilient Strike

Lesser Group Heal

Greater Emergency Heal

Greater Stunning Rampage

Passive: Swap in Stunning Strike

Resistance: 67% Stun

  • 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



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.

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.