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Centrosaurus and Kentrosaurus had a minor confusion where it was assumed they both had the same name, and they were given new names like "Eucentrosaurus" and "Kentrurosaurus"; however, as the spelling and pronunciation differed, they were not the same name and the renaming was unnecessary and reverted.

General Statistics

full-sized Centrosaurus

  • Name: Centrosaurus apertus
  • Name Meaning: Horned Lizard
  • Diet: Herbivore
  • Length: 5.5-6 meters (18-20 feet)
  • Time Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Classification: Ceratopsidae --> Centrosaurinae --> "Centrosaurini"
  • Place Found: Alberta, Canada; Montana, USA
  • Describer: Lambe, 1904

Dinosaur King Statistics

Arcade Stats

Centrosaurus arcade card (Japanese Kakushin 6th Edition)

  • Attribute: Lightning
  • Sign: Rock
  • Strength: 1200
  • Technique: 900
    • Compatibility: Tab 5
  • Attack:
    • Rock (Critical): 540
    • Scissors/Paper: 480
  • Types:
    • Tie Type (English & Taiwanese 2008 Special Edition)
    • Blitz Type (Japanese Kakushin 6th Edition; Taiwanese New 5th Edition)
  • Arcade Nickname:
    • Japanese: 一本角の剣士 (One-horned Swordman)
    • Taiwanese: 獨角戰士

Availability

In Japanese arcade, Centrosaurus was first available as an exclusive & exchange arcade card in 2006.

DS Stats

  • Elemental Attribute: Lightning
  • Critical Move: Rock
  • Rarity: 2 star
  • Battle Type: Blitz Type
  • Fossil/Move Set: N. American Fossil
    • Locations: Warehouse
  • Users:
    • random Purple Super Alpha Droids (West Dust Hills, North America)
    • random Purple/Red Super Alpha Droids (Wind-Up Hill (West Dust Hills), North America)
    • random Purple Super Alpha Droids (Alpha Gang Depot, North America)
    • random Red Super Alpha Droids (Halfway Plain (South Dust Hills), North America)
  • Encyclopedia number: D37

TCG Stats

Centrosaurus

Centrosaurus TCG card

  • Element: Lightning
  • Icon: Scissors
  • Power: 1200
  • Level: 1
  • Life: 1
  • Card Code: DKTB-021/100
  • Card Rarity: Common
  • Image From: cropped 06 3rd arcade card
  • Flavor Text:
Related to the Styracosaurus, the Centrosaurus was an herbivore that probably traveled in herds.

Twilight Centrosaurus

Twilight Centrosaurus TCG card (French)

[Spirited Stun] During your turn, you can discard 1 card. If your do, choose a Dinosaur your opponent has in play: it loses all of its abilities until the end of your turn. You can only use this ability once per turn.

Trivia

  • Dr. Taylor's arcade comments:
    • Original: 鼻の上に長く大きい角を持つ草食恐竜だ。えりかざりにはフック形の短い角がある。
    • Translation: A herbivore with long, large horn on its nose.
  • DS Game Encyclopedia entry: A herbivore with a long, big horn on its nose. Has short, hooked horns on its frill.
  • Its card was the first exclusive card in Japanese arcade, and was the first exclusive card in 2006.
    • It could initially be acquired by exchanging an amount of ordinary cards, along with Fukuisaurus and Fukuiraptor, in 2006.
  • In the DS Game, it is the only 2-star Dinosaur mixed in with North America's otherwise 3-star random encounter table, the only unique exception species within an area to not match Rarities with the rest (though another area had Dinosaurs of 2 different Rarities for each Attribute).

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