Fukuiraptor was one of the few allosauroids to be discovered in Japan (unless megaraptorans are actually tyrannosauroids).
- Name: Fukuiraptor kitadaniensis
- Name Meaning: Predator from Fukui
- Diet: Carnivore
- Length: 4-5 meters (13-16 feet)
- Time Period: Early Cretaceous
- Classification: Allosauroidea --> Neovenatoridae(?) --> Megaraptora
- Place Found: Japan
- Describer: Currie and Azuma, 2006
Dinosaur King Statistics
It was only available in the arcade and DS games.
- Attribute: Wind
- Sign: Paper
- Strength: 1200
- Technique: 900
- Compatibility: Tab 5
- Attack: (unknown)
- Tie Type (Japanese EX Editions; English & Taiwanese 2008 Special Edition)
- Blitz Type (Japanese 2007 Fukui Promo)
- Revival Type (Fossil card & Dr. Dino's)
In the Japanese arcade, Fukuiraptor was first available as an exclusive card in 2006.
- 2008 Special Edition (New; 028-Dino; Tie Type)
- 2008 Special Edition (New; 028-竜; Tie Type)
- Dr. Taylor's arcade comments:
- Japanese: 日本ではつくっされた新しい肉食恐竜だ。前足にするどいかぎづめを持つ。
- Translation: A new carnivore found in Japan. Its front legs has sharp claws.
- Its card was the fourth exclusive card in the Japanese arcade, and was the fourth exclusive card in 2006.
- Fukuisaurus' arcade card was also the fourth exclusive dinosaur in 2007, a promo card distributed from the Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum.
- It is the 9th dinosaur available as Fossil Card in the arcade, and the card was a promo card from a Japanese dinosaur documentary.
- Along with Tyrannosaurus, Tuojiangosaurus, Prosaurolophus, Chasmosaurus, and Fukuisaurus, it is one of the available dinosaurs in the Japanese non-sale Dr. Dinosaur's Dinosaur Card.
- Several of Fukuisaurus' arcade cards show its skeleton instead of or in addition to the dinosaur itself, but only one version (the 2008 promo) is an actual Fossil Card, being the only one with the Revival Type.
- Fukuiraptor doesn't have a TCG dinosaur card itself, but it does appear on the Twisting Tornado Super Move and in the background of the Wary Fukuisaurus card. It is one of the very few dinosaurs to not properly or at all appear in the TCG, alongside Eocarcharia, Agustinia, Panoplosaurus (seen on a Move), Allosaurus atrox (seen on 2 Moves), and Eoraptor.
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