The Prehistoric Dragon was a species of dragon, large flying reptiles, that lived during the Cretaceous Period. It was the land relative of the sea serpent, the Marine Dragon. They are the first species of dragons theorized to exist by paleontologist, Jack Tanner. This was due to finding a complete Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton, with the skull having large talon marks as well as residue from fire. This species of dragon went extinct during the Chicxulub Impact Event.
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Name: Prehistoric Dragon
Origin: The Last Dragon (also known as "Dragons: A Fantasy Made Real" and "Dragon's World")
Gender: Varies (Can be male or female)
Classification: Large bipedal flying reptile
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Peak Human Speed on land and Superhuman Speed while flying, Sound Manipulation (Produces a loud piercing cry that can stun opponents), Flight (via Wings and the flight bladder), Enhanced Senses (Their vision, hearing, and smell are superior to that of humans), Fire Breath (By utilizing their stomach gases and stored plutonium, they can produce a direct and concentrated blast of fire), Natural Weaponry (Teeth and claws), Large Size (Type 0; A prehistoric dragon younger than a juvenile was the same size as a Tyrannosaurus rex, and it's parent was much larger than one), Surface Scaling (Have been shown to be skilled in scaling cliff sides to access plutonium), Resistance to Fire Manipulation (Are somewhat resistant to flames, even though they can still be harmed by prolonged exposure)
Attack Potency: Wall level (A young dragon, younger than a juvenile, was able to fight pretty evenly with a T. rex. A fully grown adult was easily able to scar a Tyrannosaurus' skull with its talons and its flame)
Lifting Strength: Class 5 to Class 10 (Roughly comparable to a Tyrannosaurus rex)
Striking Strength: Wall Class (Dragons can harm each other, and often fight for territory)
Durability: Wall level (Survive attacks from other dragons)
Stamina: Superhuman (Can fly multiple miles during dogfights or while hunting without showing fatigue)
Range: Extended melee range via size, several meters with fire breath, kilometers with their cries
Standard Equipment: Plutonium
Intelligence: Animalistic (Roughly comparable to dinosaurs)
Weaknesses: If they eat too much or run out of gas in their flight bladder, they cannot fly (The first issue, however, is shoveled by the dragons instinctively vomiting up their last meal to lighten themselves). As well as the inability to fly, a lack of gas will keep dragons from breathing fire.
- Piercing Cry: Produces a powerful screech that can be heard for miles, and is strong enough to harm and temporarily stun a T. rex.
- Flight Bladder: When a dragon eats and digests food, it creates specialized Hydrogen and Methane gas that is stored in the flight bladder. This grants the dragon the extra lift that is needed to fly, if used properly. This gas is also used to fuel its signature weapon, fire breath.
- Fire Breath: By storing plutonium in their bodies, dragons can create the spark needed to ignite gas released from their flight bladders. This produces a violent and concentrated blast of fire from the reptile's mouth.
- Wing Display: Uses wings when confronted by predators to look bigger than the dragons are and intimidate potential opponents, having eyespots under their wings to simulate a large face.