Dinosaur King
Dinosaur King

Edmontosaurus has had a very long and convoluted fossil history, with its species at many points overlapping with those of many questionable or now-invalid creatures such as Agathaumas, Anatosaurus, Anatotitan, Claosaurus, Diclonius, Hadrosaurus, Thespesius, Trachodon, and Ugrunaaluk. It has also been recently discovered to have had a crest-like mass of soft tissue on the top of its head.

General Statistics[]


full-sized Edmontosaurus

  • Name: Edmontosaurus regalis
  • Name Meaning: Lizard of Edmonton
  • Diet: Herbivore
  • Length: 12-13 meters (40-43 feet)
  • Time Period: Late Cretaceous (73-70 MYA)
  • Classification: Hadrosauridae --> Saurolophinae --> Edmontosaurini
  • Place Found: Alberta, Canada
  • Describer: Lambe, 1917

Dinosaur King Statistics[]

Arcade Stats[]

Edmontosaurus Card

Edmontosaurus arcade card (Japanese Kakushin 6th Edition)

  • Attribute: Grass
  • Sign: Scissors
  • Strength: 1400
  • Technique: 600
  • Attack:
    • Scissors (Critical): 600
    • Rock/Paper: 500
  • Type:
    • Reform Type (Kakushin series)
    • Paper-Paper Type (in the data of the Japanese version)
    • Revival Type (in the data of the Japanese version)
  • Arcade Nickname: 静寂の美獣 (The Quiet Beautiful Beast)


It was only available in the Japanese version.

TCG Stats[]

Edmontosaurus TCG Card

Edmontosaurus TCG card

[Super Heal] When this Dinosaur uses a Super Move and wins, you gain 1 Life Point.


  • Dr. Taylor's arcade comments:
    • Original: はばの広いクチバシを持ち、デンタルバッテリーとよばれる歯で植物をすりつぶして食べていた。
    • Translation: It has a wide beak, it grinds the plant with its teeth.
  • Along with Metriacanthosaurus, Agustinia, Piatnitzkysaurus (as a Dinosaur Card), and Olorotitan, it is one of the last new dinosaurs released in the arcade, debuting in the final wave.
    • Oddly, it seems to have debuted in the TCG about a year earlier.
  • Though only debuting in the last wave, Edmontosaurus was seen on the previous wave's Thunder Driver and Thorn Whip cards.
  • Edmontosaurus and Olorotitan are the last new Grass Dinosaurs in Dinosaur King.
  • Despite only having one card, it had three Types in the arcade game data, only one of which was legitimately accessible, likely indicating it was once meant to have been given more cards, possibly in cancelled further releases.


p · e · t Grass Dinosaurs
Normal: Altirhinus · Anatotitan · Brachylophosaurus · Camptosaurus · Charonosaurus · Corythosaurus · Edmontosaurus · Fukuisaurus · Iguanodon · Lambeosaurus/lambei · Lambeosaurus/magnicristatus · Lanzhousaurus · Leaellynasaura · Maiasaura · Muttaburrasaurus · Olorotitan · Ouranosaurus · Parasaurolophus · Prosaurolophus · Saurolophus · Shantungosaurus · Tsintaosaurus
Move Card: Minmi · Muraenosaurus · Oviraptor · Pteranodon · Seismosaurus · Supersaurus · Tupuxuara
Altered/Armored: Altirhinus/Super · Corythosaurus/Super · Iguanodon/Alpha · Iguanodon/Armor · Lambeosaurus/Alpha · Lanzhousaurus/Armor · Muttaburrasaurus/Super · Ouranosaurus/Alpha · Parasaurolophus/Armor · Parasaurolophus/Super · Paris/Armor · Paris/Super · Saurolophus/Black · Shantungosaurus/Armor · Shantungosaurus/Super · Tsintaosaurus/Super · Tsintaosaurus/Alpha
Main: Paris
Others: Tsintaosaurus/Animated ("Tsintao")