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FINALLY, a T-Rex Fossil Pokemon!

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User Info: djunk411

djunk411
3 years ago#1
Am I the only one who thinks this is seriously overdue? When people think of Fossils they usually think of Dinosaurs, and a T-Rex is one of the most famous Dinosaurs. The only Dinosaur Pokemon we've had so far is Aerodactyl and that was five generations ago. I'm not counting Archeops because I like think of it as an ancient bird rather than a feathered Dinosaur. By the way I am perfectly aware of what Archeops is based off of, I just can never remember how to spell/pronounce it. Please do not misconstrue this as me having a gripe. I'm incredibly happy about the Dino Pokemon (both) and everything about the games in general, its just that this has been something that's been on my mind.

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SuperSonicDBZ
3 years ago#2
This guy can be cool. Need to see his model in action. Please don't be Derpy.
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User Info: Pikaley

Pikaley
3 years ago#3
also dont forget cranidos and the trieratops ones, cranidos is a mix between velociraptor and pachysaurus but closest weve had to trex up to this point
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MidnightCrew
3 years ago#4
pterosaurs were not dinosaurs.
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User Info: Second_Chances

Second_Chances
3 years ago#5
When I saw it in the scans all I heard almost immediately in my head

"GABURINCHO!"

And it gains instant brownie points for that.

User Info: Socran

Socran
3 years ago#6
djunk411 posted...
The only Dinosaur Pokemon we've had so far is Aerodactyl and that was five generations ago.


Wut?

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User Info: djunk411

djunk411
3 years ago#7
Sorry, COMPLETELY brain farted on Gen 4. Again really sorry.

User Info: Tyranidomega

Tyranidomega
3 years ago#8
Inb4Cranidos/Rampardos are T-Rex, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pachycephalosauria

That said, I'm pretty excited for the T-Rex mon. First Pokémon so far that's a definite on my team.
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User Info: Shinyguns1

Shinyguns1
3 years ago#9
Gen 1
Aerodactyl=flying reptile.
Omanyte=ancient shellfish.
Kabutops=shellfish?

Gen 2
Nothing

Gen 3
Armaldo=ancient lobster, can't recall the name.
Cradily=undersea plant or barnacle.

Gen 4
Cranidos=pachecephalasaurus
Shieldon=Triceratops

Gen 5
Carracosta=giant sea turtle
Archeops=archaeopteryx (dinosaur)

Gen 6
T-Rex and sauropod


So technically we've had 5 with the new 2.
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User Info: Umuru

Umuru
3 years ago#10
Second_Chances posted...
When I saw it in the scans all I heard almost immediately in my head

"GABURINCHO!"

And it gains instant brownie points for that.


We still need Stegochi, Parasagaan, and Zakutor of the main guys. Bastiodon could fit Doricera's spot, I guess. Fortunately we already have Bunpachy but as for the rest... well, Torin's a Pokemon so that's something at least. :p
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