Can we have more Triassic Dinosaurs? It would be great if we could cover a more diverse Mesozoic era.
2. Concavenator (Europe): A carnivorous theropod dinosaur with an unusual hump-like feature on its back.
I love them all. As for Proto, Min, and Sceli, I hope they can fight small carnivores like Pachy.Small Herbivorous Dinosaur Option Candidates
1. Microceratus (Asia):a small ceratopsian dinosaur that is established in the lores of the film series)
View attachment 158477View attachment 1584762. Protoceratops (Asia): a sheep sized ceratopsian from what is now Mongolia.
(The picture with the tiny group has individuals with differing color patterns. Something I just thought of to at least point out and consider.)
3. Koreaceratops (Asia): A ceratopsian with extended spines on its tail from South Korea.
4. Thescelosaurus (North America): One of the last small ornithopod dinosaurs from the end of the Cretaceous.
5. Orodormeus (North America): A small ornithopod that lived alongside the related Maiasaura.
6. Minmi (Australia): A small armored ankylosaurian dinosaur of the Southern Hemosphere.
7. Leaellynasaurus (Australia): A small southern ornithopod with an exceptionally long tail.
8. Magyarosaurus (Europe): A pony sized dwarf sauropod from the ancient island of Hateg.
9. Heterodontosaurus (Africa): A tiny ornithopod characterized by its unusual teeth structure.
10. Hypsilophodon (Europe): A small ornithopod from what is now England.
11. Lesothosaurus (Africa): A tiny ornithopod that may have been omnivorous, and another film series established dinosaur species.
12. Leptoceratops (North America): A small ceratopsian dinosaur that lived until the very end of the Cretaceous.
13. Gasparinisaura (South America): A small ornithopod from what is now Argentina.
14. Mussaurus (South America): A prosauropod from the Triassic period.
15. Psittacosaurus (Asia): A small ceratopsian genus containing multiple species, and are though to have bristles on their tails thanks to the preservation of one specimen.
16. Stegoceras (North America): A small pachycephalosaur that had a thick but smooth domed head.
17. Scelidosaurus (Europe): An small armored dinosaur from the Jurassic that is thought to walk both on two and four feet.
18. Scutellosaurus (North America): A small but armored herbivore from the Jurassic.
Paleobotany wise, the ornithopods that currently don't really have an appropriate type option in-game would probably have a new one called "Neornothchia". For the Heterodontosaurus and Lsothosaurus, if they are to be decided to be in-game, maybe would have a different category of their own. I say "maybe" because of the kind of treatment the Muttaburasaurus in-game already got for, I guess, general consistency without too many minor cluttered arbitraries. Mussaurus could have the sauropod paleobotany, although it could also have a setting unique for prosauropods. As for the last two, I really don’t know, if they are decided to be in the game of course.
Pteranodon is already added in Return to Jurassic Park DLC. I found out that Pteranodon fossil access in the Jurassic World era challenge mode required the park's three-star rating. Archaeopteryx was a dinosaur-bird hybrid and it should be counted as a small carnivorous dinosaur. As for the marine reptiles, what about Archelon and Ichthyosaurus?I would like to see a DLC with see-reptiles like:
- Pteranodon (Wings: 9 Meters)
- Ornithocheirus (Wings: 8,5 Meters)
- Titanoboa (Snake)
Hate to be nitpicking but I think it's up to the devs to set a price on their work xDId Like To Through Some Statistics at you before I place my idea/wish list.
The Mesozoic Era of which Dinosaurs are recorded to have existed are Late Triassic, Early Jurassic, Mid Jurassic, Late Jurassic, Early Cretaceous and Late Cretaceous... and also we have the Holocene era which refers to the Hybrids.
However we have a lack of dinos in the first three so it is limiting are paddock creations... like wanting to make a Triassic paddock only to find we only have 1 dinosaur . To remedy this i have come up with a Wishlist of Dinos (12 in total) which will boost those eras enough to give a decent exihibit. This is my list below.
Mesozoic Dino Pack
Now the way i have crafted this list is to give at least 1 giant carnivore, 1 Small Carnivore, 1 giant herbivore and 1 to 2 Small Carnivore
In terms of pricing, i figured that all the other packs which has had a size of 3 dinosaurs and a cost of £3.99 one would deduce the cost is £1.33 per dinosaur
So for this Mega pack of dinos i think it would be a fair cost of £15.96
To sweeten it a little, something mostly wanted that could be added is two new turraine paints - Snow & Dark Brown Mud could be added... this would make an awesome pack.
I wasn't quoting the price that I think it should be, I was using there current structure of pricing to gather an idea on how much it probably would need to sell for and a suggestion that I think people would pay that cost considering Return To Jurassic Park was near that price.Hate to be nitpicking but I think it's up to the devs to set a price on their work xD
Aside from that it's cool that you put together a list of early dinosaurs ^^
Hererrasaurus is one of my favourites and I'd love to make a Triassic themed paddock.