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General StatisticsEdit

Edmontania

full-sized Edmontonia

Edmontonia arcade roar
  • Name: Edmontonia longiceps/rugosidens
  • Name Meaning: From Edmonton
  • Diet: Herbivore
  • Length: 6.6-7 meters (22-23 feet)
  • Time Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Classification: Ankylosauria --> Nodosauridae
  • Place Found: Canada, USA
  • Describer: Paterson and Sternberg, 1928

Dinosaur King StatisticsEdit

Arcade StatsEdit

Edmontania card

Edmontonia arcade card (Japanese Gekizan 1st Edition)

  • Attribute: Earth
  • Sign: Scissors
  • Strength: 1600
  • Technique: 700
    • Compatibility Tab: 3
  • Attack:
    • Scissors (Critical): 640
    • Rock/Paper: 480
  • Types:
    • Defense Type (Japanese 2006 series; English & Taiwanese Series 1)
    • Blitz Type (Japanese 2007 series; English Series 2; Taiwanese New Series)
    • Heroic Type (Japanese Gekizan series)
  • Arcade Nickname:
    • Japanese: 突撃重戦車
    • English: The Heavy Assault Tank
    • Taiwanese: 突擊重戰車
  • Card Rarity: Bronze
  • Altered Form: Super Edmontonia

AvailabilityEdit

Anime StatsEdit

Earth Dinosaur Card back

Edmontonia's anime card's front was never seen

Move CardsEdit

Rock Roller
Edmontonia spun and slammed into a large round boulder, sending it rolling at its opponent!

TCG StatsEdit

EdmontoniaEdit

Edmontonia TCG Card

Edmontonia TCG card

It's likely that this herbivore used its large, forward-facing spikes as weapons, ramming them into its enemies.

Plated EdmontoniaEdit

Plated Edmontonia

Plated Edmontonia TCG card

  • Element: Earth
  • Icon: Scissors
  • Power: 1500
  • Level: 4
  • Life: 2
  • Card Code: DKAA-024/100, DKAA-097/100
  • Card Rarity: Silver Rare, Colossal Rare
  • Image From: 07 2nd/S2 2nd/New 2nd arcade card
  • Abilities:
[Unflinching Fighter] If this Dinosaur ties a battle, it stays in play. (It isn't considered to have won or lost the battle.)

Caribbean EdmontoniaEdit

Edmontonia-Carribean TCG Card (German)

Caribbean Edmontonia TCG card

  • Element: Earth
  • Icon: Scissors
  • Power: 1700
  • Level: 4
  • Life: 2
  • Card Code: DKDS-025/100
  • Card Rarity: Common
  • Image From: Ep. 55 anime scene
  • Flavor Text:
The Edmontonia's spikes may have been used for more than just fighting off hungry Albertosaurus or Daspletosaurus. Male Edmontonia probably used them in contests with each other, too.

AnimeEdit

Mesozoic MeltdownEdit

Edmontonia was first summoned by Gabbro in Dinosaurs of the Caribbean to dig a hole looking for the Blue Cosmos Stone (in the wrong spot) and ended up chasing away the nearby British soldiers who were pursuing Jim and his father, but was quickly recalled. Gabbro summoned it again later to attack Max and Rex. It fought Ace in its Spectral Armor form, but started losing to his DinoTector form. When Rex was about to use a Move Card, Gabbro summoned Diceratops in its Spectral Armor form alongside Edmontonia, but then Dr. Z and the Alpha Gang arrived to summon Terry who joined the battle in his DinoTector form to help Ace, knocking Edmontonia away. When the battle broke onto the beach, Edmontonia knocked Ace down and used Rock Roller, but Terry countered the Move with Ultimate Fire, knocking the boulder away and defeating Edmontonia, destroying its Spectral Armor. Its card was presumably reclaimed by Dr. Z or the Alpha Trio shortly thereafter, but the boulder landed at the top of a ledge and then rolled down at the D-Team during the episode's cliffhanger.

Character DesignEdit

PersonalityEdit

Not much is known about the personality of Edmontonia, since it was under the control of the Space Pirates when it fought the D-Team and the Alpha Gang. It seems to be a good digger, easily making a large hole, but does not seem to be the strongest fighter, though much of its 2-v-2 fight happened offscreen.

TriviaEdit

  • Dr. Taylor's arcade comments:
    • Japanese: 前につき出した大きなトゲを持つ草食恐竜だ。これをぶきに体当たりをしていたようだ。
    • English: A herbivore with large, forward-facing spikes. It can ram enemies with these spikes.
    • Taiwanese: 在前方有著極大尖刺的草食恐龍,似乎都是以這個做為武器來做衝撞攻擊。
  • It is the first Bronze rarity Earth Dinosaur card in the arcade.
  • Along with Saichania, Stegosaurus, Ankylosaurus, Kentrosaurus, Wuerhosaurus, Sauropelta, Euoplocephalus, Nodosaurus, Dacentrurus, and Tarchia, it is one of the available dinosaurs in the Japanese and Taiwanese non-sale Earth Egg card.
  • Along with Tyrannosaurus, Pachyrhinosaurus, Corythosaurus, Camarasaurus, and Dilophosaurus, it is one of the available dinosaurs in the Japanese non-sale North American Egg card.
  • Along with Torvosaurus, Baryonyx, Torosaurus, Shantungosaurus, and Ceratosaurus, it is one of the available dinosaurs in the Japanese non-sale Stalwarts of Bronze card.
  • Edmontonia is the only dinosaur in the anime for whom a colored version of its card is never seen. The only version seen is the grayscale version used to apply its Spectral Armor after it was summoned.
    • It is therefore also the only dinosaur whose card was never seen either activating or being summoned (or at least the scene where it occurred, such as with the first Baryonyx), always entering a scene already summoned, though it was seen returning to its card.
  • Edmontonia and Pawpawsaurus are the only ankylosaurs without tail clubs (nodosaurid or polacanth) that appear in the anime.
  • Edmontonia had the same roar as Fukuisaurus and Jobaria, a curious inter-Element usage.
  • It was the only dinosaur of the Space Pirates who was (likely) reclaimed by the Alpha Gang after its defeat by them (despite being defeated by the Alpha Gang, Jobaria and the second Carcharodontosaurus were reclaimed by the D-Team, though its unknown who reclaimed Gigas in the finale).
  • Other than name, there are no statistical differences between the Edmontonia and Caribbean Edmontonia TCG cards. As the TCG limits a player to 3 copies of any given card, using both of these dinosaurs would allow a player to include up to 6 dinosaurs with this set of statistics (Earth, Scissors, 1700 Power, etc.) in their deck if they wanted to.

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