Post by themechabaryonyx789 on Mar 21, 2014 16:59:00 GMT
Acrocanthosaurus will have to pass through these various opponents to complete the gauntlet. Can it complete it? If it can't, where does it stop? Acrocanthosaurus atokensis; ~11.5 metres, ~5,500kg Round 1: 11 metre long 4 ton Saurophaganax maximus
Round 2: 12 metre long 5 ton Siats meekerorum
Round 3: 7 metre long 4 ton Triceratops horridus
Round 4: 12 metre long 7 ton juvenile Shantungosaurus giganteus
Round 5: 12 metre long 6 ton Sauroniops pachytholus
The thread gives a Triceratops horridus that is actually smaller than the average male African Bush Elephant. I'm safe to say a 5.5-ton theropod would do it, but not with ease due to rotational inertia. The Siats meekerorum given is only 500kg smaller, which shouldn't be an advantage, but if we think about this: Neither of the two are far more well-armed than the foe. I can easily say that Acrocanthosaurus atokensis wins this.
Hatzegopteryx: That's not even the beginning, the whole forum is disturbingly lethargic.
Jun 14, 2014 15:49:29 GMT
Spinosaurus Maroccanus: I'm quite surprised how no one has touched the Argentina 97ma thread
Jun 14, 2014 15:20:28 GMT
Hatzegopteryx: This forum needs some serious attention; I'll be at it for a moment, unless I get other tasks that do not allow me to do so.
Jun 6, 2014 19:13:55 GMT
Hatzegopteryx: It's a genetic fallacy. It's basically an argument that intends to discredit the opponent's position by asserting the opponent's failure to act consistently in accordance with that position.
May 26, 2014 20:47:51 GMT