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THE NYCTATYRANNUS

  • Group Size| Solo.

  • Nesting| N/A

  • Avoids| Nothing.

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TYPE-D GIGA

  • Group Size| Solo.

  • Nesting| N/A

  • Avoids| Nothing.

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Restricted to Developers under ordinary circumstances.

Restricted to Developers under ordinary circumstances.

  • Will not attack other carnos unless no other prey is present.

  • Relentless pursuer.

  • Prefers to whittle down prey with hit and run tactics.

  • Hesitates hunting prey in trees or rocky areas.

TYPE-H CARNO

  • Group Size| Solo, but may pack up with carno minions.

  • Nesting| N/A

  • Avoids| Nothing.

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...


Restricted to Developers under ordinary circumstances.

Restricted to Developers under ordinary circumstances.

  • Ceaseless hunter. Will chase until they or the prey is out of stamina.

  • Constantly on the move.

  • Has a taste for Tyrannosaur but won’t pass up eating other prey.

  • Kills, eats then kills again if hungry.

TYPE-H GIGA

  • Group Size| Solo.

  • Nesting| N/A

  • Avoids| Nothing.

Massive, hulking, and with dental work out of a space monster movie, this beast is enough to make even the biggest predators run, and die tired. True to their smaller cousins, these monstrosities never stay in one place for long. This is a good thing, usually, unless it sees you peeking out to see if the coast is clear. They eat on the move, hunt on the move, and go wherever they please. These lone carnivores seem to never stop eating and moving on to their next meal.

Perhaps amusingly, they seem to prefer hunting down and eating Tyrannosaurs the most if given the option, but won’t pass up the chance to eat their smaller brethren if nothing else strikes their fancy. Perhaps it comes from an inbuilt instinct to prove it’s a top predator, or perhaps they just like the taste of predatory flesh over that of herbivores, but in the end, food is food.

One meal at a time, body after body these solo creatures tear through the underbrush, parting the seas of animals for miles at the sound of their calls. Do yourself a favor and just stay away from these too, or, if you can’t, find something bigger near you and run for it. They might decide they’d like the taste of it better than you...


Restricted to Developers under ordinary circumstances.

Restricted to Developers under ordinary circumstances.

  • Claims a large territory and mercilessly kills anything it sees.

  • Attracted to noise and movement.

  • Only leaves territory when it goes quiet.

  • Intelligent, yet brutal. Known to play with its prey.

  • Hesitates hunting prey in trees or rocky areas.

TYPE-H REX

  • Group Size| Solo.

  • Nesting| N/A

  • Avoids| Nothing.

Imagine a Tyrannosaurus, but with everything turned up to eleven. It’s like some genetics bigshot over at Apollo Engineering was listening to Daft Punk one night and decided, “Hey, let’s make a T-rex, but harder, better, faster, and stronger.” It is all of those things, but far, far less catchy. See, this monster is a true tyrant. Wherever it goes, it believes it owns the place, and if it sees something that doesn’t look like it fits, it eats it. If it sees something that does fit, it eats that too, just later.

It is the ultimate in destructive tyranny, turning their territory into a ghost town of bodies before moving on to the next conquest, and meal. It’s honestly similar to a force of nature, leaving behind only destruction and gore. How any of these creatures lives with such an appetite and body mass baffles me, but they certainly try, eating as much as they can in an attempt to keep themselves full, and unlike their smaller cousins, these creatures very rarely allow for escape.

As if it wasn’t clear enough already, stay far, far away from one of these if one has been spotted. It won’t end well for anyone involved...


Restricted to Developers under ordinary circumstances.

Restricted to Developers under ordinary circumstances.

  • Tends to keep near deep water.

  • Doesn’t tend to chase far in order to conserve energy.

TYPE-H SPINO

  • Group Size| Solo.

  • Nesting| N/A

  • Avoids| Nothing.

Massive, hulking, and with dental work out of a space monster movie, this beast is enough to make even the biggest predators run, and die tired. True to their smaller cousins, these monstrosities never stay in one place for long. This is a good thing, usually, unless it sees you peeking out to see if the coast is clear. They eat on the move, hunt on the move, and go wherever they please. These lone carnivores seem to never stop eating and moving on to their next meal.

Perhaps amusingly, they seem to prefer hunting down and eating Tyrannosaurs the most if given the option, but won’t pass up the chance to eat their smaller brethren if nothing else strikes their fancy. Perhaps it comes from an inbuilt instinct to prove it’s a top predator, or perhaps they just like the taste of predatory flesh over that of herbivores, but in the end, food is food.

One meal at a time, body after body these solo creatures tear through the underbrush, parting the seas of animals for miles at the sound of their calls. Do yourself a favor and just stay away from these too, or, if you can’t, find something bigger near you and run for it. They might decide they’d like the taste of it better than you...


Restricted to Developers under ordinary circumstances. Unreleased.

Restricted to Developers under ordinary circumstances. Unreleased.

TYPE-H UTAH

  • Group Size| Solo.

  • Nesting| N/A

  • Avoids| Nothing.

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Restricted to Developers under ordinary circumstances.

Restricted to Developers under ordinary circumstances.

  • Claims a moderately large area for territory.

  • Will remain with territory even if empty.

  • Hyper aggressive to any apexes.

TYPE-M Rex

  • Group Size| Solo.

  • Nesting| N/A

  • Avoids| Nothing.

One might wonder why Apollo Engineering needed two gigantic Tyrannosaurs on the docket, but apparently one just wasn’t enough. This “Magna-Tyrannus” or “Magna Rex” seems like it might have been a trial run of the experimentation that ultimately led to the development of the Type-H Rex. Or, maybe it’s a more perfect design that doesn't need as much food. Regardless of the smaller size it’s still incredibly deadly, if only because it’s possible it could get confused at a distance for one of it’s smaller, normal kin. Up close, however, there is no comparison. It’s bigger, stockier, made of muscle and pure primal strength and fury.

Really, despite the fact that these creatures don’t pair up, they effectively function as massive T-rex specimens, acting very much the same, including claiming large chunks of territory, except for the fact that they don’t seem to fear anything, including pairs of apexes, or any of the larger strains. The only creature to give them pause seems to be the massive Puertasaurus, but even still these beasts seem to take their chances if hungry enough. In closing, just because it is smaller than the other genetic monsters doesn’t mean it’s any less a threat to everything around it...


Restricted to Developers under ordinary circumstances.

Restricted to Developers under ordinary circumstances.

TYPE-N SPINO

  • Group Size| Solo.

  • Nesting| N/A

  • Avoids| Nothing.

Massive, hulking, and with dental work out of a space monster movie, this beast is enough to make even the biggest predators run, and die tired. True to their smaller cousins, these monstrosities never stay in one place for long. This is a good thing, usually, unless it sees you peeking out to see if the coast is clear. They eat on the move, hunt on the move, and go wherever they please. These lone carnivores seem to never stop eating and moving on to their next meal.

Perhaps amusingly, they seem to prefer hunting down and eating Tyrannosaurs the most if given the option, but won’t pass up the chance to eat their smaller brethren if nothing else strikes their fancy. Perhaps it comes from an inbuilt instinct to prove it’s a top predator, or perhaps they just like the taste of predatory flesh over that of herbivores, but in the end, food is food.

One meal at a time, body after body these solo creatures tear through the underbrush, parting the seas of animals for miles at the sound of their calls. Do yourself a favor and just stay away from these too, or, if you can’t, find something bigger near you and run for it. They might decide they’d like the taste of it better than you...