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General StatisticsEdit

Corythosaurus

full-sized Corythosaurus

  • Name: Corythosaurus casuarius
  • Name: Helmet Lizard
  • Length: 9-10 meters (30-33 feet)
  • Diet: Herbivore
  • Time Period: Late Cretaceous
  • Classification: Hadrosauridae --> Lambeosaurinae --> Lambeosaurini
  • Place Found: USA; Alberta, Canada
  • Discoverer: Brown, 1912

Dinosaur King StatisticsEdit

Arcade StatsEdit

Corythosaurus card

Corythosaurus arcade card (Japanese Gekizan 2nd Edition)

AvailabilityEdit

TCG StatsEdit

CorythosaurusEdit

Corythosaurus TCG card

Corythosaurus TCG card

  • Attribute: Grass
  • Sign: Rock
  • Power: 1500
  • Level: 3
  • Life: 2
  • Card Code: DKCG-061/160
  • Card Rarity: Common
  • Image From: cropped 07 1st+ arcade card
  • Flavor Text: The Corythosaurus was an herbivore with a semi-circular crest on its head. Its crest was hollow and connected to its nose.

Twilight CorythosaurusEdit

Corythosaurus-Twilight TCG Card (French)

Twilight Corythosaurus TCG card

  • Attribute: Grass
  • Sign: Rock
  • Power: 1500
  • Level: 3
  • Life: 2
  • Card Code: DKTA-033/100
  • Card Rarity: Common
  • Image From: 07 2nd/S2 2nd arcade card
  • Flavor Text: The Corythosaurus, like other lambeosaurs, could probably use its crest to amplify the sounds it made. These noises would let it communicate with its herd mates.

TriviaEdit

  • Dr. Taylor's arcade comments:
    • Japanese: 半円形のとさかを持つ草食恐竜で、とさかの中は空どうで鼻につながっていた。
    • English: A herbivore with a half-circle crest. This crest is hollow and is an extension of its nasal passages.
    • Taiwanese: 有著半圓形頭冠的草食恐龍,頭冠為中空,連接至鼻腔。
  • Along with Parasaurolophus, Lambeosaurus, Shantungosaurus, Maiasaura, Iguanodon, Tsintaosaurus, Ouranosaurus, Saurolophus, Altirhinus, and Muttaburrasaurus, it is one of the available dinosaurs in the Japanese and Taiwanese non-sale Grass Egg Card.
  • Along with Tyrannosaurus, Pachyrhinosaurus, Edmontonia, Camarasaurus, and Dilophosaurus, it is one of the available dinosaurs in the Japanese non-sale North American Egg card.
  • Other than name, there are no statistical differences between the Corythosaurus and Twilight Corythosaurus TCG cards. As the TCG limits a player to 3 copies of any given card, using both of these dinosaurs would allow a player to include up to 6 dinosaurs with this set of statistics (Grass, Rock, 1500 Power, etc.) in their deck if they wanted to.

GalleryEdit

p · e · t Grass Dinosaurs
Normal: Altirhinus · Anatotitan · Brachylophosaurus · Camptosaurus · Charonosaurus · Corythosaurus · Edmontosaurus · Fukuisaurus · Iguanodon · Lambeosaurus/lambei · Lambeosaurus/magnicristatus · Lanzhousaurus · Leaellynasaura · Maiasaura · Muttaburrasaurus · Olorotitan · Ouranosaurus · Parasaurolophus · Prosaurolophus · Saurolophus · Shantungosaurus · Tsintaosaurus
Move Card: Minmi · Muraenosaurus · Oviraptor · Pteranodon · Seismosaurus · Supersaurus · Tupuxuara
Altered/Armored: Altirhinus/Super · Corythosaurus/Super · Iguanodon/Alpha · Iguanodon/Armor · Lambeosaurus/Alpha · Lanzhousaurus/Armor · Muttaburrasaurus/Super · Ouranosaurus/Alpha · Parasaurolophus/Armor · Parasaurolophus/Super · Paris/Armor · Paris/Super · Saurolophus/Black · Shantungosaurus/Armor · Shantungosaurus/Super · Tsintaosaurus/Super · Tsintaosaurus/Alpha
Main: Paris
Others: Animated Tsintaosaurus