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The Daspletosaurus, a close relative to both the Tyrannosaurus and Yutyrannus, is smaller than its cousins, but still brings immense bulk and has the bite to back up its bark. A mid sized carnivore, the Daspletosaurus is more mobile than its cousins, with the ability to pivot on the spot. Due to its reinforced skull, the Daspletosaurus is capable of slamming itself at full speed into objects and destroying them. This makes the Daspletosaurus a powerful offensive weapon that can rip through walls, before subsequently ripping through the bases contents with ease.

 

Abilities:

-Pivoting on the spot, for quick direction changes. 

-Charge attack that, after enough runs, can run through metal.

-Bite attack deals torpor due to bacteria in its mouth

 

Meta:

The Daspletosaurus provides itself as an efficient PVP tool, with it having the ability to not only run through walls, but also go toe to toe with defenders as well. While there are options out there that can serve the role, the Daspletosaurus provides the ability to do everything off the back of one dinosaur at high speeds, while also being mobile enough to escape if need be.

 

Taming Method:

Due to its behavior of ramming itself through structures, the Daspletosaurus' taming method will require one to have it slam through multiple stone walls until it is knocked out. Once knocked out, feed it Raw Mutton or Raw Prime Meat to tame it.

 

Saddle:

The saddle would be a smithy creation, and would require a lot of stone and metal. This is mainly allocated to the head, as while the Daspletosaurus can run through structures, it's torpidity will rise for each structure it runs into. The saddle thus reduces the amount of torpor the creature gets per hit, allowing it to run through more stacked up structures.

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Daspletosaurus

spieces: Toros

diet: carnivore 

Temperment: angry

Wild

The despletosaurus is a large powerful carnivore that loves to hunt humans. Ive found that they are completly amune to any tranquilizer dartes of any kind. They are faster than allos and bigger than them as well but much bulkyer than allos. They have better stamina than any other therapod that i've studied, they can run at top speed for miles on end and will to catch prey. they have an increadible sence of smell and can track anything for miles. they live in groops of 3-4 not inclooding the babys that follow their parents. THey hunt allo packs because they dont like them very much.

Domesticated

once tamed daspletosaurus is a tank. The daspletosaurus can destroy metal with ease. there are two very famous saddle designs that are used. the first is an armored saddle that can either have a tank turret  that shoots shater cap missiles or exsplosive missiles; or it can have dual missile launchers. they are manely tamed as trackers or as war mounts because they have a great sence of smell.Daspletosaurus by cisiopurple on DeviantArtdaspletosaurus_by_cisiopurple_de729t7-fu

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Common Name: Daspletosaurus

Species: Daspletosaurus Torosus

Time: Late Cretaceous

Diet: Carnivore

Temperament: Territorial

 

Wild:

While not the most aggressive predator, the daspletosaurus justifies its name's meaning: "the Frightful Lizard". If it sees an intruder in close proximity it will make sure to get rid of them as soon as it can and in the most brutal way possible. The daspletosaurus' favourite method of killing such prey as humans is grabbing them with its jaw, inducing bleeding, and then throwing them away with all of its force, probably shattering the prey's bones. It then proceeds to finish the poor creature off it it's still alive, which is unlikely. The daspletosaurus should be avoided at all costs if one doesn't want to lose their life, although some tribes were able to kill several specimen of this dinosaur and have taken it's enormous teeth as a trophy.

Domesticated:

A wild daspletosaurus is already a force of nature, but if a human manages to tame one of these predators and have it under their own control it's an even greater danger. It's known that humans who managed to saddle a daspletosaurus used its habit of grabbing smaller creatures against other himans and when hunting. This dinosaur also serves as a sort of a "tank", since almost no human weapon can do big damage to it except cannons, ballistas and other heavy defense measures.EYyItQTXsAE9G8N.thumb.jpg.4048aa99b33ff6a31c49da43697837c2.jpg

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