General Statistics


full-sized Stegosaurus

  • Name: Stegosaurus stenops
  • Name Meaning: Roof Lizard
  • Diet: Herbivore
  • Length: 9-10 meters (30-33 feet)
  • Time Period: Late Jurassic
  • Classification: Stegosauria --> Stegosauridae --> Stegosaurinae
  • Place Found: Colorado, Utah, & Wyoming, USA; Portugal (?)
  • Describer: 1877

Dinosaur King Statistics

Arcade Stats

Stegosaurus card

Stegosaurus arcade card (Japanese Kakushin 4th Edition)

  • Attribute: Earth
  • Sign: Rock
  • Power: 1800
  • Technique: 400
  • Attack
    • Rock (Critical): 820
    • Scissors/Paper: 415
  • Types:
    • Attack (Japanese 2006 series; English & Taiwanese Series 1)
    • Crisis (Japanese 2007 series; English & Taiwanese Series 2)
    • Hunter (Japanese Gekizan series)
    • Tie Recovery (Japanese Kakushin series)
  • Arcade Nickname:
    • Japanese: 森の守護神
    • English: The Guardian of the Forest
    • Taiwanese: 森林守護神
  • Card Rarity: Silver
  • Other: Another Stegosaurus was altered by Seth into Armatus for Foolscap. It is one of the dinosaurs the arcade's Eoraptor can transform into.


Anime Stats

Stegosaurus card

Stegosaurus anime card

Move Cards

Spike Arrows
A surge of energy runs down Stegosaurus' back and up to the spikes on its tail, shooting out a storm of energy spikes that stab its opponent!

TCG Stats


Stegosaurus TCG card

Stegosaurus TCG card

  • Attribute: Earth
  • Sign: Rock
  • Power: 1800
  • Level: 5
  • Life: 3
  • Card Code: DKCG-042/160, DKCG-157/160
  • Card Rarity: Gold Rare, Colossal Rare
  • Image From: (new art)
  • Abilities:
At the end of each of your opponent's turns, they lose 2 Life Points.

Ruin Guard Stegosaurus

Stegosaurus-Ruin Guard TCG Card

Ruin Guard Stegosaurus TCG card

  • Attribute: Earth
  • Sign: Rock
  • Power: 1700
  • Level: 5
  • Life: 3
  • Card Code: DKBD-023/100
  • Card Rarity: Common
  • Image From: Ep. 38 anime scene
  • Abilities:
[Unflinching Fighter]
If this Dinosaur ties a battle, it stays in play. (It isn't considered to have won or lost the battle.)

Fierce Stegosaurus

Stegosaurus-Fierce TCG Card (French)

Fierce Stegosaurus TCG card

  • Attribute: Earth
  • Sign: Paper
  • Power: 2000
  • Level: 6
  • Life: 3
  • Card Code: DKTA-023/100
  • Card Rarity: Common
  • Image From: Ep. 38 anime scene
  • Abilities:
[Gravity Field]
While this Dinosaur is being attacked, all Super Moves in play lose all abilities.


Dinosaur King

His card, along with his Move Card, was activated in Cambodia after falling from the wall of a temple and landing on the dirt. It was believed by the locals to be a monster that could only stopped by a goddess (mistaking that goddess to be Helga). The locals tried to capture him in a hole, but he escaped and scared them off. Then Rod summoned Terry to battle him. After Terry bit him and dodged his tail swipe, Rod was about to use a Move Card; however, Stegosaurus used Spike Arrows to defeat Terry and almost attacked Rod and Laura, but then Helga came to rescue them. Max summoned Chomp to battle him, but because Helga jumped on and rode him, the locals thought that she'd summoned him. He knocked Stegosaurus down, but when he used Spike Arrows again, Helga protected Chomp. Chomp then used Thunder Bazooka, which defeated Stegosaurus. Despite that, Helga claimed the cards and gave them to Rod and Laura, who brought them to Seth.

In Tricks of the Traitor, his card and Move Card were added to the D-Team's collection after the Alpha Gang fled to the D-Lab following Seth's betrayal.

Later, Zoe gave the cards to Laura, who summoned Stegosaurus in a fight against the Black T-Rex, using Spike Arrows in the Fusion Move that defeated him.




Dinosaur King Arcade Game 恐竜キング - Stegosaurus VS the Alpha Fortress Easy

Dinosaur King Arcade Game 恐竜キング - Stegosaurus VS the Alpha Fortress Easy

Shockwave Production's Stegosaurus arcade gameplay


p · e · t Earth Anime Dinosaurs
Season 1: Tank · Ankylosaurus · Euoplocephalus · Stegosaurus
Season 2: Edmontonia · Edmontonia/Armor · Tank · Tank/Armor · Tuojiangosaurus · Tuojiangosaurus/Armor · Lexovisaurus · Lexovisaurus/Armor · Ankylosaurus · Ankylosaurus/Armor · Armatus/Armor

p · e · t Earth Dinosaurs
Normal: Ankylosaurus · Dacentrurus · Edmontonia · Euoplocephalus · Gastonia · Gigantspinosaurus · Kentrosaurus · Lexovisaurus · Minmi · Nodosaurus · Panoplosaurus · Pinacosaurus · Polacanthus · Saichania · Sauropelta · Stegosaurus · Talarurus · Tarchia · Tuojiangosaurus · Wuerhosaurus
Altered/Armored: Ankylosaurus/Alpha · Ankylosaurus/Armor · Armatus · Armatus/Armor · Edmontonia/Armor · Edmontonia/Super · Euoplocephalus/Armor · Kentrosaurus/Alpha · Lexovisaurus/Armor · Nodosaurus/Super · Saichania/Armor · Saichania/Black · Saichania/Super · Sauropelta/Alpha · Sauropelta/Super · Talarurus/Super · Tank/Armor · Tank/Super · Tarchia/Super · Tuojiangosaurus/Armor · Wuerhosaurus/Alpha
Main: Tank · Armatus

p · e · t   Silver Rare Arcade Dinosaurs
Fire: Carcharodontosaurus (1st) · Daspletosaurus (2nd)
Water: Amargasaurus (1st) · Titanosaurus (2nd) · Agustinia (3rd)
Lightning: Pachyrhinosaurus (1st) · Anchiceratops (2nd)
Earth:  Stegosaurus (1st) · Tarchia (2nd) · Gigantspinosaurus (3rd)
Grass: Lambeosaurus (1st) · Altirhinus (2nd) · Charonosaurus (3rd)  · Prosaurolophus (4th) · Lanzhousaurus (5th)
Wind: Utahraptor (1st) · Majungasaurus (2nd)
Other: Jobaria · Gigas · Maximus · Armatus
Altered/Armor: Allosaurus/Alpha · Chasmosaurus/Alpha · Kentrosaurus/Alpha · Gigas/Armor · Maximus/Armor · Armatus/Armor · Brontosaurus/Armor
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