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T-Rex Tiny Hands Theory


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Umbran

Mod Squad
Staff member
Dude, analysis of the bone formation and muscular attachments suggests each of those "tiny arms" could curl something like 430 pounds. They are small only relative to the rest of its body - the thing still had the strength to rip your arm out of its socket.
 


Dioltach

Adventurer
Dude, analysis of the bone formation and muscular attachments suggests each of those "tiny arms" could curl something like 430 pounds. They are small only relative to the rest of its body - the thing still had the strength to rip your arm out of its socket.
Analysis of social media posts showing T-Rex curling 430 pounds in the gym suggests that the images were doctored.
 


"Alright! What brain surgeon taught the T-rex necromancy? Now we don't need a darn meteor, we've got a dino-zombie apocalypse on our hands."
It's really not that big of a deal. Everyone knows the T-Rex can't properly target their spells if the PCs stay in one square.
 


Blue

Ravenous Bugblatter Beast of Traal
Necromancy. First, they eat the good bits, then they animate the corpse. Which means it now has, like, a herd of brontosaurus zombies stomping on your head. Who cares about targeting at that point?
And when they are hungry again, Reincarnate.
 

Dannyalcatraz

Schmoderator
Staff member
Tyrannosaurus Lich? I like!

OTOH, perhaps, despite their strength and dexterity, they don’t have the i
Intelligence to be wizards. Charisma, OTOH...very impressive, very bardic.

Tyrannosaurus ROCKS!
 




Mustrum_Ridcully

Adventurer
"Alright! What brain surgeon taught the T-rex necromancy? Now we don't need a darn meteor, we've got a dino-zombie apocalypse on our hands."
I figure the aliens that eradicated the Dinos would have said: "T-rex necromancy? Now we need more than a darn meteor!"
 


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