Anhanguera Dive is a Normal Move Card.



Anhanguera Dive

Anhanguera Dive arcade card (Japanese Gekizan 2nd Edition+)

  • Attribute: Normal
  • Sign: Scissors
  • Usage Condition: This Move can activates after you win at any sign (after the icon "!" appeared).
  • Effect: Anhanguera swoops in and hits your opponent for extra damage after a win!


This card was only available in the Japanese version.

  • Gekizan 1st Edition (New; 044-技)
  • Gekizan 2nd Edition (049-技)
  • Gekizan 2nd Edition Fossil card (New; KS014-技)
  • Gekizan 2nd Edition+ (048-技)
  • Gekizan 2nd Edition+ Fossil card (KS014-技)
  • Gekizan 3rd Edition (049-技; featured helping Irritator)
  • Kakushin 1st Edition (027-技)
  • Kakushin 3rd Edition (027-技; featured versus Albertosaurus)
  • Kakushin 6th Edition Hyper Battle Museum (035-技; featured helping Irritator)


Anhanguera Dive card

Anhanguera Dive anime card


Anhanguera was summoned in Ancient Persia by Foolscap's Pachyrhinosaurus. It attacked and quickly defeated Ace, but then Zoe used Green Impulse to summon Tupuxuara, which managed to defeat it by dragging it along the ground. The card was reclaimed by (presumably) Zoe.

Later it was shown in the Alpha Gang's possession when Ursula had Spiny use the Move in Renaissance Paris to help save the D-Team after they fell off a collapsing bridge. This time, the Move summoned 2 Anhanguera, who saved Rex and Max. They then joined the Tupuxuara from Tupuxuara Dive to chase away Foolscap.


  • It was the first Pterosaur Dive Move in the arcade.
  • The glow around Anhanguera (and its body color) and the sign of the Move Card (Scissors) are both yellow. The other 2 Dive Moves (Tupuxuara Dive and Tapejara Dive) work similarly.
  • When multiple Dive Moves trigger at once, the pterosaurs attack in different manners. When all three trigger, Anhanguera attacks second and flies low along the ground, swooping up and hitting the opponent up onto its hind legs to look to the sky.
  • It is the first Move Card available as a Fossil Card and is the 14th Fossil card in the arcade.
  • It is the only Move in Mesozoic Meltdown whose front image is revealed while not in Space Pirate possession. Thunder Bazooka was seen more clearly than in season 1, but not for the first time.


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Assist Moves: Anhanguera Dive · Archaeopteryx Charm · Counterattack Recovery · Critical Block · Dromiceio Rush · Final Fury · Galli Rush · Haste · Leaellyn Cure · Light Recovery · Move Block · Quick Strike · Skydive · Struthio Rush · Stun Dash · Tag Team · Tapejara Dive · Tie Breaker · Triple Headbutt · Tupuxuara Dive · Venom Fang
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