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Tyrannosaurus Rex (T.rex/T-Rex) had lived throughout what is now known as western North America, on a former island continent known as Laramidia. Tyrannosaurus had a much wider range than other tyrannosaurids. It lived during the Maastrichtian age of the upper Cretaceous Period, from 68 to 66 million years ago, and is one of the strongest and largest carnivores in the Beast of Bermuda islands.
 
==Information==
 
The Tyrannosaurus is by far the strongest terrestrial carnivore in-game. With a bite attack that does 450 damage, it can kill all but the largest animals in a few hits. However, its power is curtailed by having an extremely small pool of stamina. This makes the Tyrannosaurus an ambush hunter. Unlike the [[Acrocanthosaurus]], which is a persistence hunter, the Tyrannosaurus rex is forced to lie in wait, hidden among the foliage, until a prey item passes by. If its attack does not connect and do the necessary [[Injury|injury damage]] to cripple its prey's movement, it will be left in the dust.
 
  
Unique Ability: The Tyrannosaurus rex is the largest predator on the islands. The T-rex is very fast, more than an acro but it is the creature that has the least stamina. The element of surprise is paramount for success with this creature, as it's [[ability]] is still being determined and might not even have one, depending on its gameplay.
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=== Overview ===
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The Tyrannosaurus is a playable [[Carnivorous Creatures|carnivorous]] creature in Beasts of Bermuda. It is by far the strongest terrestrial carnivore in-game. With a bite attack that does 450 damage, it can kill all but the largest creatures in just few bites.  
  
Other Facts: The Tyrannosaurus have a [[Feathered and Scaly variants|feathered and scaly]] [[Variants|variant]]. Feathered has been removed at this time.
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A single bite from the Tyrannosaurus inflicts a substantial amount of [[Injury|injury damage]], instantly crippling the movement of its prey. This ensures its target will not escape after the first bite. However the Tyrannosaurus often finds itself outpaced, as its power is curtailed by its terrible stamina. This makes the Tyrannosaurus reliant on ambushes, hiding among rocks, ledges and foliage until prey passes by.  
  
==Tips==
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Once the Tyrannosaurus has learned how to ambush well, it becomes a predator of unimaginable power.
- Going all damage tree on a spawn Rex proves worthy due to the raw damage output
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=== Pros and Cons ===
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'''Pros''':
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- '''Absurd damage'''
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- High health
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- Deadly in numbers
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- Fast walking and running speed
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'''Cons''':
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- Terrible stamina (only enough to run for some 10-20 seconds)
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- Loud
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- Vulnerable when young
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- Bad turning radius
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- Fast hunger drain
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- Leaves behind a fairly detectable trail of smell
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=== Abilities ===
  
- Sneaky perk is a high tier perk. Rex is very loud.
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The Tyrannosaurus has no special abilities, but it makes up for this due to the sheer strength of its bites.
  
- Hunger depletes fast so be careful
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*'''[[Primary Attack|Primary Attack]]''': A large [[Bite|bite]]. It deals absurd damage and inflicts substantial [[Injury|injury damage]], but has a slow attack speed.
  
- Strong hunter even in solo. If player reaches good growth.
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*'''[[Secondary Attack|Secondary Attack]]''': Same as the Primary Attack, except it makes the Tyrannosaurus [[Bite|bite]] downwards instead of forwards.
  
- Rex's are often targeted because if they get big they are unstoppable and give good food on death even as at small growth
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==Tips==
  
==Pros and Cons==
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- Unlocking combat talents is recommended to make your Tyrannosaurus even deadlier. Unlocking all combat talents will allow you to deal some +550 damage.
'''Pros:'''
 
 
+ Strong hunter
 
  
+ High damage output
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- The stomps of the Tyrannosaurus are very loud. Due to this, the Sneaky perk is high tier for the Tyrannosaurus, as it lets you walk silently.
  
'''Cons:'''
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- Hunger depletes fast so be careful. Always be looking for food.
  
- Low stamina
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- A well-grown Tyrannosaurus can do just fine hunting alone, though pack members won't hurt to have.
 
- loud
 
  
- often targeted by other players
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- Young Tyrannosaurus are often targeted by other players in fear that it may grow to become an unstoppable hunter.
  
- difficult to grow due to slow growth
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- Food depletes really fast
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=== Weakness ===
  
- always looking for food.
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The great strength of the Tyrannosaurus only shines in its adult stage. A juvenile Tyrannosaurus will find itself slow and weak, and susceptible to being hunted. This is made worse by its loud footsteps and shallow stamina pool. Growing a Tyrannosaurus a difficult challenge, and it will take some tries.
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Even when fully grown, however, the bad turning radius of a Tyrannosaurus can prove to be a hindrance. Attacking creatures will often aim for the tail and heels of the Tyrannosaurus, which are its blind-spots.
  
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
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The Tyrannosaurus has a [[Feathered and Scaly variants|feathered and scaly]] [[Variants|variant]]. Scaly variants has been removed at this time.
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==Gallery==
 
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Latest revision as of 05:43, 26 June 2020

Tyrannosaurus rex
Tyrannosaurus Rex Beast of Bermuda.png
Paleo Information
Name Meaning: Tyrant Lizard King
Species: T.Rex
Time Period: Cretaceous
Height: 3.66 meters (12 feet tall)
Length: 12.3 Meters (40 feet long)
Weight: 8.4 tonnes (9.3 short tons)
Basic Information
Diet: Meat
Category: Carnivore
Stance: Bipedal
Family: Tyrannosauridae
In-Game Stats
Health: 1,500
Damage: 450+
Speed: Unknown
Stamina: 18.6 (Rest)
Food Capacity: 150
Growth Rate: Slow

Overview

The Tyrannosaurus is a playable carnivorous creature in Beasts of Bermuda. It is by far the strongest terrestrial carnivore in-game. With a bite attack that does 450 damage, it can kill all but the largest creatures in just few bites.

A single bite from the Tyrannosaurus inflicts a substantial amount of injury damage, instantly crippling the movement of its prey. This ensures its target will not escape after the first bite. However the Tyrannosaurus often finds itself outpaced, as its power is curtailed by its terrible stamina. This makes the Tyrannosaurus reliant on ambushes, hiding among rocks, ledges and foliage until prey passes by.

Once the Tyrannosaurus has learned how to ambush well, it becomes a predator of unimaginable power.

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Pros and Cons

Pros:

- Absurd damage

- High health

- Deadly in numbers

- Fast walking and running speed

Cons:

- Terrible stamina (only enough to run for some 10-20 seconds)

- Loud

- Vulnerable when young

- Bad turning radius

- Fast hunger drain

- Leaves behind a fairly detectable trail of smell

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Abilities

The Tyrannosaurus has no special abilities, but it makes up for this due to the sheer strength of its bites.

  • Secondary Attack: Same as the Primary Attack, except it makes the Tyrannosaurus bite downwards instead of forwards.

Tips

- Unlocking combat talents is recommended to make your Tyrannosaurus even deadlier. Unlocking all combat talents will allow you to deal some +550 damage.

- The stomps of the Tyrannosaurus are very loud. Due to this, the Sneaky perk is high tier for the Tyrannosaurus, as it lets you walk silently.

- Hunger depletes fast so be careful. Always be looking for food.

- A well-grown Tyrannosaurus can do just fine hunting alone, though pack members won't hurt to have.

- Young Tyrannosaurus are often targeted by other players in fear that it may grow to become an unstoppable hunter.

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Weakness

The great strength of the Tyrannosaurus only shines in its adult stage. A juvenile Tyrannosaurus will find itself slow and weak, and susceptible to being hunted. This is made worse by its loud footsteps and shallow stamina pool. Growing a Tyrannosaurus a difficult challenge, and it will take some tries.

Even when fully grown, however, the bad turning radius of a Tyrannosaurus can prove to be a hindrance. Attacking creatures will often aim for the tail and heels of the Tyrannosaurus, which are its blind-spots.

Trivia

The Tyrannosaurus has a feathered and scaly variant. Scaly variants has been removed at this time.

Gallery

References