Dinosaur King
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Dinosaur King

Alpha Iguanodon (also known as Super Alpha Iguanodon in the arcade/DS games) is an altered form of Iguanodon created and controlled by the Alpha Gang.

Statistics[]

Arcade Stats[]

Iguanodon alpha card

Super Alpha Iguanodon arcade card (Japanese Kakushin 6th Edition Hyper Battle Museum)

Availability[]

It was only available in the Japanese version.

DS Stats[]

Iguanodon-Super-Alpha Grass

Super Alpha Iguanodon DS battle intro

  • Elemental Attribute: Grass
  • Critical Move: Scissors
  • Rarity: 6 star
  • Battle Type: Blitz Type
  • Fossil/Move Set: Mystery Fossil (North American Normal Moves, Alpha Moves)
  • Users:
    • Ursula (2) (Headquarters, Antarctica)
      • LV54: Eternal Herb, Parasite Tree, Leaf Slash; Flower Garden (S)
    • Ursula (3) (Alpha Gang Base, North America postgame)
      • LV63: Eternal Herb, Parasite Tree, Leaf Slash; Flower Garden (S)
    • Ursula (4) (Alpha Gang Base, North America late postgame)
      • LV65: The Final Burn(*), Parasite Tree, Leaf Slash; Flower Garden (S)
  • Encyclopedia number: (N/A)
  • Special Acquisition: For its Mystery Fossil, defeat the Red Super Alpha Droid guarding its item case in the Alpha Gang Base, who can only be fought after defeating Ursula (4) at least once.

TCG Stats[]

Iguanodon Alpha TCG Card

Alpha Iguanodon TCG card

  • Species: Iguanodon
  • Attribute: Grass
  • Sign: Rock
  • Power: 1600
  • Level: 4
  • Life: 2
  • Card Code: DKAA-031/100
  • Card Rarity: Common
  • Image From: cropped Kaku 6th arcade card
  • Abilities:
[Alpha Revive]
When this Dinosaur wins a battle, you can reveal the top card of your deck. If you do and it's a Dinosaur, you can Dino Slash 1 Alpha Dinosaur from your discard pile. Then, put the revealed card into your discard pile.

Trivia[]

  • Although playable in the Japanese-only versions of the arcade game, there is an unused model of Super Alpha Iguanodon in the programming of the later English version of the arcade game, though is unplayable by not being attached to an ID, likely meaning it wouldn't respond to a Japanese card's barcode.
  • In the DS game, during the Ursula (4) battle in the Alpha Gang Base, her Super Alpha Iguanodon can use a Fire Super Move for an unknown reason, likely by mistake. It was likely meant to be Eternal Herb like its other instances, but was given an 8MP Rock Move of the wrong Element. Odd and possibly related, but the Super Alpha Fossil-guarding Alpha Droids for Fire and Grass are guarding the other Element's Fossil (Grass Droid is with Zander guarding Fire Fossil, and Fire Droid is with Ursula guarding Grass Fossil).

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Super Alpha: Acrocanthosaurus/Alpha · Rajasaurus/Alpha · Suchomimus/Alpha · Chasmosaurus/Alpha · Kentrosaurus/Alpha · Iguanodon/Alpha · Allosaurus/Alpha
TCG only: Giganotosaurus/Alpha · Amargasaurus/Alpha · Nemegtosaurus/Alpha · Arrhinoceratops/Alpha · Triceratops/Alpha · Ankylosaurus/Alpha · Sauropelta/Alpha · Lambeosaurus/Alpha · Tsintaosaurus/Alpha · Ceratosaurus/Alpha · Sinraptor/Alpha
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