Dinosaur King
Dinosaur King

Among the pterosaurs, Quetzalcoatlus and its azhdarchid relatives were uniquely adapted for standing/walking as opposed to exclusively flying. Quetzalcoatlus was notably one of the largest flying animals in history.

General Statistics[]


full-sized Quetzalcoatlus

  • Name: Quetzalcoatlus northropi
  • Name Meaning: Feathered Serpent
  • Diet: Piscivore
  • Wingspan: 10-12 meters (33-39 feet)
  • Time Period: Late Cretaceous (68-66 MYA)
  • Classification: Pterosauria --> Pterodactyloidea --> Azhdarchoidea --> Azhdarchidae
  • Place Found: Texas, USA
  • Describer: Lawson, 1975

Dinosaur King Statistics[]

Arcade Stats[]

Norm Move Skydive

Skydive arcade card

  • Attribute: Normal
  • Arcade Nickname:
    • Japanese: 空飛ぶ蛇神
    • English: The Flying Snake God
  • Assist Moves:
    • Skydive: Quetzalcoatlus picks up your opponent with its feet by their tail, rams them into obstacles, then drops them on the ground, lowering their Technique!

DS Stats[]

Quetzalcoatlus size DS

Quetzalcoatlus size comparison vs. Max

  • Elemental Attribute: None (Normal)
  • Appears In:
    • Skydive (Rock): Quetzalcoatlus lifts the foe in its beak by their tail then throws them through a boulder! The foe's Attack Power is reduced by 10%.
  • Encyclopedia number: H13

TCG Stats[]

In Move Cards[]


  • Dr. Taylor's arcade comments:
    • English: A pterosaur thought to be the largest flying creature in history. Has a very long beak.
  • DS Game Encyclopedia entry: A pterosaur thought to be the largest flying creature in history. It has a long beak.
  • In real life, a Quetzalcoatlus clearly wouldn't be able to carry any large dinosaur like its Move has it do.



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