Pachyrhinosaurus Mitisaura

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This dossier section is intended to be an exact copy of the text in the official dossier. There may be some discrepancies between this text and the in-game Pachyrhinosaurus.
Wild: Pachyrhinosaurus mitisaura is a medium-sized herbivore, found almost everywhere but the island’s mountains. It is generally calm, and ignores all other nearby creatures unless it is attacked, at which point it usually tries to flee.
Domesticated: Pachyrhinosaurus is an excellent starting mount for anyone new to taming. It is fairly easy to train, can carry enough to be a simple pack-animal, and is not as deadly as some of the larger herbivores. Additionally, Pachyrhinosaurus can release its unique chemical on command to protect itself and its rider from nearby predators, or draw attention if desired, making it a potential life saver in a pinch.
Known Information: Of the island’s varied creatures, Pachyrhinosaurus may possess among the most unique survival skills. When threatened, its massive nasal boss releases a chemical into the air that calms other nearby creatures, making them less likely to attack it. Affected creatures are sometimes hungry enough to ignore the effect and humans seem immune to it. Conversely, it can seemingly invert this phenomenon at will and induce creatures to become more aggressive towards it!

Pachyrhinosaurus is a peaceful herbivore that is not aggressive and will spend its time grazing. Similarly to the Triceratops, the Pachyrhinosaurus will charge if a survivor or tamed animal attacks it. However, if the battle seems fruitless for the Pachyrhinosaurus, it will flee and release a chemical to pacify its attackers, allowing the dinosaur to escape and recover. This chemical will not work on humans though.

Like its larger relative the Triceratops, the Pachyrhinosaurus is a burly quadrupedal herbivore with an impressive frill. Unlike the Triceratops, Pachyrhinosaurus has a bony growth called a boss where the trike has its nasal horn. The animal still displays a multitude of horns and spikes on its frill, though none as large or fearsome looking as those on a Triceratops.


Moschops Cibumutante


This dossier section is intended to be an exact copy of the text in the official dossier. There may be some discrepancies between this text and the in-game Moschops.
Wild: Moschops cibumutante in the wild is a lethargic, cowardly creature that primarily lives in the forests of the island, primarily making its home among the great redwoods of the West. It survives by being extremely flexible in its eating habits and completely averse to fighting. It never starves, since it can eat just about anything. Moschops runs at the slightest provocation, but is still often preyed upon.
Domesticated: What makes Moschops particularly interesting is what it can be trained to do with its eating habits. With a versatile palate and tough teeth, Moschops can be tamed for a unique ability: over time it can be taught exactly which things to gnaw, increasing the likelihood of harvesting that exact resource which its master desires. For example, teach it to prioritize chewing Prime Meat, and Prime Meat will be easier to harvest from the flesh it consumes. Likewise for rare plants materials, and so forth!
Known Information: Just don’t expect Moschops to protect you, though. Even after taming, it will quickly flee when enemies are nearby. Regardless of being fed well, increasing its strength, or how much affection you shower on it — Moschops retains its inherent cowardly nature!

Moschops is a passive, friendly animal that doesn’t take notice of survivors or other creatures, until attacked. When threatened, they will flee, unless if a survivor takes a Moschops egg, then they attack.

Despite its appearance, the Moschops is not a dinosaur or even a relative, but much more closely related to mammals as it is a Theraspid, or mammal-like ancestor. It has a barrel-shaped body to hold the large gut necessary for its varied diet with sprawled-out feet and a short tail. Perched on its body is a short, thick neck with a broad head.

Color Scheme and Regions
The Moschops’s range of its natural color scheme is unknown at this time, however its color regions are available. For demonstration, the regions below are colored red over an albino Moschops.