Size: 18 – 20 feet
Weight: 3 tons
Habitat: Ancient Woods, Hushed Forests, Grasslands, Grand River
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Styracosaurus was a member of the family, Ceratopsidae and it lived in the Cretaceous period. It had six long spikes that extended from its neck frill and had a singular horn on its skull that was almost 2 feet long. Evidence suggests that it was a herd animal that likely roamed in large herds.

Paleo Chronicles

Styracosaurus was a lot smaller than its larger cousin, Triceratops and measured 18 – 20 feet long and weighed around 3 tons. The large frill might have been used in both mating displays and thermoregulation. The horns on its frill would have been used in intimidation rather than combat It could run at speeds of up to 32 kmph which was respectable for an animal its size.  

In Game Attributes

Styracosaurus has a decent amount of health and stamina. It is also fairly fast when compared to the Triceratops. It has good damage and successive attacks can cause Bleed in opponents. It has well rounded stats and is a solid choice for players.

Preferred Biomes

  • Ancient Woods
  • Hushed Forests
  • Grasslands
  • Grand River
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