Dinosaur King
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A proposed close relative of Tarbosaurus (which, if true, would prove a clear difference between Tarbosaurus and Tyrannosaurus), it was small for a tyrannosaurid, though the known specimens do not represent adults. A recent study has, however, suggested that it is not in fact a true tyrannosaurid, but instead lies just outside the group.

General Statistics

full-sized Alioramus

  • Name: Alioramus remotus
  • Name Meaning: Different Branch
  • Diet: Carnivore
  • Length: 5-6 meters (16.5-20 feet)
  • Time Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Classification: Tyrannosauroidea --> Tyrannosauridae(?) --> Alioramini
  • Place Found: Mongolia
  • Describer: Kurzanov, 1976

Dinosaur King Statistics

Arcade Stats

Alioramus arcade card (Japanese Gekizan 1st Edition)

  • Attribute: Fire
  • Sign: Rock
  • Strength: 1000
  • Technique: 1100
    • Compatibility: Tab 6
  • Attack:
    • Rock (Critical): 530
    • Scissors/Paper: 435
  • Types:
    • Counter Type (Japanese 2007 series; English Series 2; Taiwanese New Series)
    • Tie Type (Japanese Gekizan series)
  • Arcade Nickname:
    • Japanese: アジアの異端児
    • English: The Oddity of Asia
    • Taiwanese: 亞洲奇兒
  • Altered Form: Super Alioramus

Availability

DS Stats

  • Elemental Attribute: Fire
  • Critical Move: Rock
  • Rarity: 1 star
  • Battle Type: Counterstrike Type
  • Fossil/Move Set: Mystery Fossil (Dinoman, European Moves), Asian Fossil (European Moves)
    • Locations: Euro Town (Mystery); Wanderwood Forest (Asian)
  • Users:
    • random Purple Alpha Droids (South Euro Plain, Europe)
    • random Red Alpha Droids (Old S. Coal Mine, Europe)
  • Encyclopedia number: D11
  • Other: It is one of the few Dinosaurs available by local Fossils to not match its continent's Normal Move list; however, it was first available by Mystery Fossil on a different continent whose Move list it does match, though Dinoman's Fossils aren't uniform in Move list. Dinoman's Alioramus Mystery Fossil is earned after owning 10 different Dinosaurs.

TCG Stats

Alioramus

Alioramus TCG card

  • Element: Fire
  • Icon: Scissors
  • Power: 1200
  • Level: 1
  • Life: 1
  • Card Code: DKCG-011/160
  • Card Rarity: Common
  • Image From: cropped 07 1st(+)/S2 1st/New 1st arcade card
  • Flavor Text:
Related to the Tyrannosaurus, this dinosaur had a long, narrow face and small horns on its snout.

Lurking Alioramus

Lurking Alioramus TCG card

  • Element: Fire
  • Icon: Rock
  • Power: 1100
  • Level: 1
  • Life: 1
  • Card Code: DKBD-007/100
  • Card Rarity: Common
  • Image From: (new art)
  • Abilities:
[Element Shift: Water] During your turn, you can discard 1 card. If you do, this Dinosaur's Element is both Fire and Water until the end of the turn. (You can't use this ability during an attack.)

Roaring Alioramus

Roaring Alioramus TCG card

  • Element: Fire
  • Icon: Scissors
  • Power: 1000
  • Level: 1
  • Life: 1
  • Card Code: DKTA-007/100
  • Card Rarity: Common
  • Image From: 07 2nd/S2 2nd arcade card
  • Abilities:
[Final Bite] After this Dinosaur wins a battle during your turn, if your opponent doesn't have any Dinosaurs in play, they lose 2 Life Points.

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