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General Statistics[]

Tuojiangosaurus

full-sized Tuojiangosaurus

  • Name: Tuojiangosaurus multispinus
  • Name Meaning: Tuojiang Lizard
  • Diet: Herbivore
  • Length: 6-7 meters (20-23 feet)
  • Time Period: Middle/Late Jurassic (160 MYA)
  • Classification: Stegosauria --> Stegosauridae
  • Place Found: China
  • Describer: Dong, 1977

Dinosaur King Statistics[]

Arcade Stats[]

Tuojiangosaurus card

Tuojiangosaurus arcade card (Japanese Gekizan 2nd Edition+)

  • Attribute: Earth
  • Sign: Paper
  • Strength: 1600
  • Technique: 500
  • Attack:
    • Paper (Critical): 850
    • Rock/Scissors: 400
  • Types:
    • Will-Power Type (Japanese Gekizan series)
    • Revival Type (Fossil Card & Dr. Dino's)
    • Lethal Type (Japanese Kakushin series)
  • Arcade Nickname (Japanese): 恐竜凶器 (Dinosaur Weapon)
  • Dainason Name: Jean (ジャン)
  • Card Rarity: Bronze

Availability[]

It was only available in the Japanese version.

Anime Stats[]

Tuojiangosaurus card1

Tuojiangosaurus anime card

Move Cards[]

Quake Saber
Tuojiangosaurus forms a glowing crystal sword on its tail, which it uses to slice through its opponent!

TCG Stats[]

Tuojiangosaurus[]

Tuojiangosaurus TCG Card

Tuojiangosaurus TCG card

Although they lived in different places, this herbivore looked a lot like the Stegosaurus. It had two rows of plates on its back.

Traveling Tuojiangosaurus[]

Tuojiangosaurus-Traveler TCG Card 1-Silver

Traveling Tuojiangosaurus TCG card

  • Element: Earth
  • Icon: Rock
  • Power: 1500
  • Level: 4
  • Life: 2
  • Card Code: DKTA-025/100, DKTA-094/100
  • Card Rarity: Silver Rare, Colossal Rare
  • Image From: cropped Kaku 1st arcade card
  • Abilities:
[Defender] When your opponent attacks one of your Dinosaurs, you can Dino Slash this Dinosaur from your hand. Then, this Dinosaur is attacked instead.

Anime[]

Mesozoic Meltdown[]

Tuojiangosaurus was summoned by Foolscap and immediately given its Spectral Armor form in Ancient Japan during There's No Business Like Shogun Business to attack the D-Team alongside Gabbro's Pentaceratops. They chased the D-Team out into the battlefield in the Battle of Sekigahara, fighting with Paris and Ace in their DinoTector forms. When the Japanese soldiers attacked Gabbro and Foolscap, Tuojiangosaurus used Quake Saber against them. After Gabbro was knocked away by Paris, it tried using Quake Saber to attack her, but she used Green Impulse, her and Tupuxuara together destroying its Spectral Armor and defeating it. Its card was presumably reclaimed by Zoe.

Several recolored wild Tuojiangosaurus were encountered by the D-Team during the Jurassic Period in Bad Deal. They fled from the forest fire caused by Gigas' Magma Blaster. They were seen again the next episode around a lake after the Backlander had returned and put the fire out.

Character Design[]

Personality[]

Not much is known about the personality of Tuojiangosaurus since it was under the control of the Space Pirates when it fought the D-Team. In its short appearance, it doesn't display more than average power, more occupying rather than actually threatening dinosaur opponents, though much of its presumed battle took place offscreen.

Trivia[]

  • Dr. Taylor's arcade comments:
    • Original: 首からしっぽまで三角形の板がならんでいる草食恐竜だ。しっぽのトゲで身を守った。
    • Translation: A herbivore with triangular plates from its neck to tail.It protects itself with the spikes of the tail.
  • It is the second Bronze rarity Earth Dinosaur card in the arcade.
  • Along with Stegosaurus, Kentrosaurus, Wuerhosaurus, Dacentrurus, and Lexovisaurus, it is one of the available dinosaurs in the Japanese non-sale Dr. Taylor's Stegosaur Card.
  • Along with Tyrannosaurus, Majungasaurus, Prosaurolophus, Afrovenator, Diceratops, Albertosaurus, Achelousaurus, Muttaburrasaurus, and Opisthocoelicaudia, it is one of the available dinosaurs in the Japanese Red Dinosaurs Egg card.
  • Along with Tarbosaurus, Prosaurolophus, Chasmosaurus, Fukuisaurus, and Fukuiraptor, it is one of the available dinosaurs in the Japanese non-sale Dr. Dinosaur's Dinosaur Card.
  • Tuojiangosaurus shares its otherwise unique anime dub roar with Armatus' debut appearance.
  • Although playable in the Japanese-only versions of the arcade game, there is an unused model of Tuojiangosaurus 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.

Gallery[]

Videos[]

Dinosaur_King_古代王者恐竜キング-_Wake_up!_New_Power!!-_Tuojiangosaurus_(Space_Pirates_(stage_1))

Dinosaur King 古代王者恐竜キング- Wake up! New Power!!- Tuojiangosaurus (Space Pirates (stage 1))

Gameplay by DinoTenka

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Fire: Torvosaurus (1st) · Yangchuanosaurus (2nd) · Abelisaurus (3rd)
Water: Baryonyx (1st) · Shunosaurus (2nd) · Cetiosaurus (3rd)
Lightning: Torosaurus (1st) · Arrhinoceratops (2nd) · Albertaceratops (3rd)
Earth:  Edmontonia (1st) · Tuojiangosaurus (2nd) · Panoplosaurus (3rd)
Grass: Shantungosaurus (1st) · Anatotitan (2nd) · Olorotitan (3rd)
Wind: Ceratosaurus (1st) · Deltadromeus (2nd) · Afrovenator (3rd) · Rugops (4th)
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