Group Size| Solo, but may pack up with carno minions.
Imagine, for a moment, an animal the size of a Tyrannosaurus that can run faster than a Herrerasaurus. If you said, “Surely something like that can’t exist.” well, you’d be wrong, and dead, because, unfortunately for you and just about anything else that gets in the way of this thing, you’ll get mowed down. While it doesn’t breed or find mates, it does seem to enjoy packing with groups of Carnotaurus as a pack alpha, and when it does, nothing short of another genetic anomaly can stop it unless it gets careless.
Ferocious, fast, and deadly, nothing on the ground can escape this creature, or catch it for that matter. It employs hit-and-run tactics due to its poor turning radius, but seems to favor brute force in bites as opposed to its smaller kin. While terrifying in places where it can maneuver, the only hope one has of surviving one of these is to head into difficult terrain, where it will get bogged down in thick trees and get halted by rocks. Or, if one is incredibly brave, or stupid, they can put their back to a cliff and hope for the best.
Regardless, one of these animals with smaller cousins in tow is a terror to behold, and even alone, will make even the fastest and most self-assured person wish they’d tried harder in gym class on those distance runs...