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Morrison Formation Survey

Hello, ladies and gents. I will be setting up a poll on which creatures should be playable for the considered Morrison Formation by the Saurian Dev Team. It is because the developers said that, after the Two Medicine (which is more of a possibility than the Morrison), if the developers receive a popular audience, they will do the Morrison Formation, a very well-studied formation with very popular dinosaurs in media.

Here's my opinion before the poll below.

Take a look at Hell Creek's playable fauna by Saurian. There is the T. rex, Triceratops, Dakotaraptor, and Pachycephalosaurus (this excludes the Bonus playable Ankylosaurus and Anzu, since they are there by popular choice). Notice that the main roster has one of a large carnivore, large herbivore, small herbivore, and small carnivore. I thought I would reflect it on this by putting it this way with my option of the main playable creatures for the Morrison Formation (if there is one, in fact).

Allosaurus (large carnivore)

Stegosaurus (large herbivore)

Coelurus (small carnivore)

Camptosaurus (small herbivore)

(Yes, if the reader is wondering which creatures I would pick for the bonus playables, it would be Ceratosaurus and Apatosaurus)

Which creature would you like to be playable? The six creatures with the highest vote will be shown to the Devs and they will see what will be considered.

(Note: The poll is small, due to the limitness of the device I am using)

Which six creatures, by number of votes, would you like to be playable?
  • Allosaurus
  • Stegosaurus
  • Coelurus
  • Camptosaurus
  • Ceratosaurus
  • Apatosaurus
  • Torvosaurus
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Why isn't this fandom called Jurassic world 2 saurian edition?

Y'know, thx to the new rex we gone back in time

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Ojo Alamo Formation

Since Alamosaurus is cut from the game, it's possible to see it again, if they add the Ojo Alamo Formation. Here are the dinosaurs/animals:
Tyrannosaurus rex
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Morrison Formation Playable Dinosaurs: Part 2

So the Morrison Formation is considered by the Saurian Team. Well, well, well. Here I set up a poll with more and better creatures. The original one is here.
So which eight playable dinosaurs, four main dinosaurs, and eight bonus ones, do you want to be playable?

My creatures to be playable is this.
Playable: Allosaurus

Morrison Formation: What animals do you want to be playable?
Morrison Formation: What animals do you want to be playable? @getfandom
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Morrison Formation: What animals do you want to be playable?

So, since the Saurian Team is considering the Morrison Formation, which animal do you think should be playable?
What animal com you want to be playable for the Morrison Formation?
  • Allosaurus
  • Stegosaurus
  • Apatosaurus
  • Camptosaurus
  • Ornitholestes
  • Dryosaurus
  • Camarasaurus
  • Ceratosaurus
  • Brachiosaurus
  • Brontosaurus
  • Diplodocus
  • Supersaurus
  • Barosaurus
  • Haplocanthosaurus
  • Gargoyleosaurus
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Two Medicine Formation survey!!!

I know that the kickstarter campaign did not get to the Two Medicine Formation (so sad) but at least we will have character costumization, multiplayer, post-impact survival and environmental hazards (these last two are specially exciting). But the creators did not denied a Two Medicine Formation spin-off, and the idea is supposed to be fluttering the air. So, it's not dead.
They said they were going to introduce Gorgosaurus and Rubeosaurus (then Styracosaurus) as playable animals. But a full Two Medicine Formation should have more playable animals and here is a poll for these new creatures that could be playable. If this poll gets to more than 460 votes, the four additional animals will be added to the fictional game (yes, this is obviously not official).
Which animal would you play in a Two Medicine Formation spin-off of Saurian (except Gorgo and Rubeo)
  • Edmontonia (related to Denversaurus)
  • Scolosaurus (related to Ankylosaurus)
  • Avisaurus (a predatory enantiornithine)
  • Achelousaurus (looks like Centrosaurus with a flat horn)
  • Cerasinops (big-skulled bipedal relative of Leptoceratops)
  • Einiosaurus (a ceratopsid with a down pointing horn)
  • Prenoceratops (much simillar to Leptoceratops)
  • Bambiraptor (a 1,3 meter-long dromaeosaur)
  • Saurornitholestes (a 1,8 meter long dromaeosaur)
  • Troodon (much larger relative of Pectinodon)
  • Acristavus (a typical hadrosaur with no crest)
  • Glishades (a primitive relative of hadrosaurs)
  • Gryposaurus (a 9-meter long relative of Acristavus)
  • Hypacrosaurus (looks like a Corythosaurus)
  • Maiasaura (a famous relative of Gryposaurus)
  • Orodromeus (a swift smaller relative of Thescelosaurus)
  • Prosaurolophus (a relative of Saurolophus with a much smaller crest)
  • Caenagnathus (a typical relative of Anzu)
  • Daspletosaurus (the gigantic relative of T-rex, larger than Gorgo)
  • Magnuviator (a 65 centimetre long herbivorous relative of Chamops)
  • Cimexomys (a small multituberculate mammal, I think its on Hell Creek)
  • Piksi (a small undetermined pterosaur)
  • Montanazhdarcho (a relative of Quetzalcoatlus with 8 meters wingspan)
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Did Dakotaraptor have bird wings?

Since Dakotaraptor and other dromaeosaurs are very closely related to modern-day birds, they should have folded arms like that of a modern bird.
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