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Welcome to Arizona (Creature file #61)

Welcome back to Creature file. Today, we’ll be taking a look at a creature that looks a bit like a Postosuchus, but has a sail like a Dimetrodon. Ladies and gentlemen, meet the Arizonasaurus.

Rarity: Common

Health: 3450

Damage: 1390

Speed: 126

Armor: 0%

Critical: 5%

Moves

Defense Shattering Strike

Ferocious Impact

Possible hybrid: Arizonaboa, Fuse with Arizonasaurus and Dilophoboa

Rarity: Unique

Health: 3450

Damage: 1390

Speed: 126

Armor: 0%

Critical: 5%

Moves

Defense Shattering Strike

Lockdown Impact

Sidestep

Nullifying Impact

Passive: On escape evasive strike, Immune to Distraction, and Venomous Counter

Trivia
  • The name, Arizonasaurus, means “Arizona Lizard”.

  • Arizonasaurus belongs to the same family as Postosuchus, and Prestosuchus called the rauisuchian.

  • It fossil location is at Arizona, USA.

Next creature: Wakinosaurus

Later creature: Talos

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Seriously, I just ran out of creatures for my creature file for Jurassic Month

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Will this guy use the dimetrodon animations?

No. It’ll use the same animation as Kaprosuchus, Postosuchus, and Nundasuchus

It looks even cooler than Postosuchus, and kind of like a long-necked Dimetrodon. Kind of funny to see it with Sidestep, but I know just the animation for it: the dimetrodon side-step dance that dimetro does when poked.

What do you mean by the dance?

Poke your Dimetrodon or Secodonto and see how it dances to the side.

You mean like. Left first and then right

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Shuffle shuffle

Shuffle? How does it work again?