Coelophysis [img]http://coelo.webs.com/Coelophysis1.jpg[/img] Height: 4 feet Length: 10 feet Weight: 40-75 lbs Weapons: Speed Speed: 40 mph Diet: Smaller animals, possibly medium sized herbivores Description: Coelophysis was a late Triassic dinosaur, which is quite early, but was pretty advanced for its time. Its large eyes were probably used for nocturnal hunting. Thousands of Coelophysis fossils have been found, often in groups, suggesting that they hunted in large packs. Raptorex [img]http://25.media.tumblr.com/5fe65068db11848a7fd8ca3b93027b28/tumblr_mk31b10oAa1s40nxho1_1280.jpg[/img] Height: 4 feet Length: 10 feet Weight: 150 lbs Weapons: Speed, bite Speed: 35 mph Diet: Smaller animals, small to medium sized herbivores Description: Raptorex is pretty much what would happen if you told your average dinosaur fan to make a hybrid between their two favorite dinosaurs: Velociraptor and T-Rex. Many speculate that Raptorex was simply a juvenile Tarbosaurus, a close relative of T-Rex. However, it had some small differences. Living in the late Cretacious, it was probably one of the last dinosaurs to die, and one of the smartest, too. Fight! The sun is setting on Isla Nublar, where a pack of 5 Raptorex chase a young Iguanodon. The Iguanodon is caught by a field, where they attack it, but one of them is stabbed by its thumb spike in the process. The others pay no attention to it, focusing on killing the Iguanodon. They easily take it down, biting its neck and staying away from its thumb spikes. While they prepare to eat, a pack of 4 large male Coelophysis run into the clearing, chasing a Gallimimus. One of the Raptorex intercepts it, and the abrupt stop causes the Coelophysis pack to run into the Raptorex, knocking it over. They get up, the Raptorex roaring at the Coelophsis, who angrily hiss and snap back. The Raptorex rams one of the Coelophysis with its head, knocking it over. The rest attack the Raptorex, and he seams out of luck until his pack, hearing the commotion, come to his aid. They roar at the Coelophysis, biting one in the neck during the fight, instantly crushing its vertebrae. The other Coelophysis quickly back out, being outnumbered and outmuscled, but still try to find a way to ambush the Raptorex. Night is now upon them, and they can see more clearly than the Raptorex can. They sneak around behind the injured Raptorex and attack, but being that he makes noise, the rest of the pack heat him and run to the area of the fight, only managing to take a small bite out of one of the Coelophysis before they dance away. The Coelophysis band together, sneak behind the Raptorex and try to pounce, but the Raptorex smell the blood and turn around, taking them out just before they attacked. The Raptorex bite down on them with full force, shattering bones and instantly killing all but one of them, only managing to break his shoulder. He runs towards the forest, and one of the Raptorex chase him. Will he escape? You decide. WINNER: RAPTOREX 3/4 REMAINING Although Coelophysis had the speed and night vision, the Raptorex had them everywhere else. Evolution, bite force, muscle and smell. Questions? Comments? Think this deserves a revision? Let me know.
Awesome. I think this is a pretty accurate turnout of what an actual fight would be.
Thank you. Awesome username by the way. Next fight is semi finals.
Yet again... Amazing! Can't wait to see who makes it to the finals!
I'd put money on Raptorex making it to the finals at least, if not winning.
I bet Troodon vs. Raptorex is the final battle.
No way. Troodon's gonna kill Raptorex easily.
I think so too. Troodon was the smartest dinosaur ever. There's no way Raptorex's little peanut brain can figure out a way to kill Troodon. Just look how easily it killed Scipionyx.
Scipionyx vs Troodon wasn't even a fair match. Even Compsognathus could kill Scipionyx.
Woah guys wait there's no guarantee either will make it to the finals. I haven't even decided that yet. Just wait and see. Just 2 more fights to go before the finals.
I bet you a metaphorical 5 bucks that Troodon makes it to the finals and wins.
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