A non-canon fight between my two greatest creations.
Length: 55 ft.
Height: 20 ft.
Weight: 16 t.
Strengths: size, speed, strength, endurance, stamina, intelligence, jaws
Length: 50 ft.
Height: 18 ft.
Weight: 15 t.
Within the land of Dhahabi'ard, a Tyrannosaurus rex of a legendary bloodline was eating. Tyrannos, a true Tyrant King, was eating a Triceratops. He had ambushed and killed the ceratopsid and earned a meal. However, rustling in the nearby bushes caught his attention, as another T.rex stepped out--his father, Thunderstorm.
Tyrannos was confused, as he had seen his father fall off the cliff in the fight against the Hypo Rex. However, the Lightning Rex growled at him, and the two tyrants stood on either side of the Trike carcass. Tyrannos was covered in brown and white feathers, with beige scales, while Thunderstorm had ocean-blue scales and black feathers with electric-blue stripes. Both had sapphire-blue eyes, which they used to stare each-other down.
The battle began when Thunderstorm clamped onto the snout of his son, who roared as he easily ripped himself free before biting down on the jaw of his father. The Tyrant Thunderstorm let out a bellow of pain as he slipped out of his son's grip, before the two circled each-other, growling. They snapped their jaws at one-another, filling the air with a horrible crunching sound, and their roars frightened away any nearby animals.
Both Rex charged at each-other, engaging in a vicious jawlock. Using their large and powerful neck muscles, they twisted and turned their massive and robust skulls this way and that, blood and shards of teeth flying out of both combatants' mouths. Thunderstorm used his greater size to his advantage, forcing Tyrannos back. However, Tyrannos broke the jawlock and jerked his head back, both Rex bellowing in agonising pain. Blood coated both their snouts, and Thunderstorm bit down on the neck of his son.
Tyrannos's mane of feathers somewhat repelled the bite, but it still hurt nonetheless, as he used the momentum to shift his weight and step to the side, pushing Thunderstorm into a tree. The force made the Lightning Rex release his iron grip, as he bellowed before being rammed in the side by his son. The Vengeful Rex clamped down on the arm of his father, forcing him to trill in pain as he snapped the limb.
Thunderstorm turned his giant skull and clamped down on his son's snout, before turning his head to the side and smashing him into a boulder that broke three of Tyrannos's ribs. However, the Vengeful Rex smashed his head into that of the Lightning Rex, sending him to the ground as well. The impact created by their sheer size shattered their ribs.
The two T.rex clambered to their feet, gasping for breath. They stared at each-other, before bellowing aloud. Thunderstorm swung his massive frame down, slicing his son's flesh with his teeth, before standing back up in a normal posture. Tyrannos lowered himself, biting down upon his father's broken right arm, and tearing it off with ease.
The Tyrant Thunderstorm roared, before chomping down on the neck of the Vengeful Rex, blood staining his feathers red. Tyrannos slipped free and clamped down on his father's upper jaw, before being headbutted squarely in the chest. Thunderstorm stood over him, when suddenly, Tyrannos swung his skull upwards into his father's chest, knocking the wind out of him and sending him to the ground. The Vengeful Rex then delivered the fatal bite to the neck, crunching straight through the Lightning Rex's spinal cord.
He dropped his father's lifeless body to the floor as he roared in triumph, before stomping back over to the Trike to finally eat his hard-earned meal.
"Part of the journey is the end..."
^I wrote this fight to confirm that Tyrannos is indeed stronger than Thunderstorm.
"Part of the journey is the end..."
THE VENGEFUL REX - I very much liked this battle - though it is heartbreaking to see father and son fight one-another! Thank you ever so much for sharing this with us! :)
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