Troodon (first spelt "Troödon") was originally confused with
Stegoceras because it was only known from teeth, and the teeth of Troodon and Stegoceras were quite similar, despite being unrelated, leading to the idea that Troodon was omnivorous. Originally based on a single tooth, "Troodon" was found to be dubious in a 2017 review, skeletal specimens being moved to the related Stenonychosaurus and the new Latenivenatrix.
Troodon formosus Name Meaning: Wounding Tooth
Length: 2-3 meters (6-10 feet)
Time Period: Late Cretaceous
Classification: Deinonychosauria -->
Troodontidae Place Found: Canada; USA
Describer: Leidy, 1856
Dinosaur King Statistics
Move Card Dinosaur, the TCG made it a full Dinosaur Card.
Move Block arcade card
English: The Nimble Crafty One Assist Moves:
Move Block: 2 Troodon block your opponent from using their Move Cards next turn!
Troodon TCG card
DKTB-042/100 Card Rarity: Silver Rare
Image From: cropped
07 3rd Move Block arcade card Abilities:
When this Dinosaur wins a battle, you can return 1 of your opponent's Dinosaurs in play to their hand.
Pouncing Troodon TCG card (French)
SAS-042/100 Card Rarity: Common
07 2nd Move Block arcade card Abilities:
During your turn, you can discard 1 card. If you do, this Dinosaur can attack your opponent directly this turn. You can only use this ability once per turn.
In Move Cards
Dr. Taylor's arcade comments:
English: A dinosaur with saw-like teeth. It's pretty smart, with a large brain and big eyes. According to the English arcade game, the two Troodon in Move Block are parent and child, despite both being the same sized model.
Move Block in the arcade game