Although popularly thought of as a small stegosaur (the TCG says it's 4 meters/13 feet long), Dacentrurus was actually quite a large animal (in reality twice that length). Not all reconstructions of Dacentrurus portray it as having shoulder spikes, and some older ones place them on its hips, instead.
- Name: Dacentrurus armatus
- Name Meaning: Very Sharp Tail
- Diet: Herbivore
- Length: 8 meters (26 feet)
- Time Period: Late Jurassic
- Classification: Stegosauria --> Stegosauridae --> Dacentrurinae
- Place Found: England; France; Portugal; Spain
- Describer: Lucas; 1902
Dinosaur King StatisticsEdit
- Attribute: Earth
- Sign: Paper
- Power: 1200
- Technique: 1000
- Counter Type (Japanese 2007 Series; English Series 2)
- Tie Type (Japanese Gekizan 3rd Edition)
- Arcade Nickname:
- Japanese: 劍竜無雙
- English: The Peerless Swords
- Taiwanese: 劍龍無雙
- 2007 2nd Edition (New; 037-竜; Counter Type)
- 2007 3rd Edition (026-竜; Counter Type)
- Non-sale Earth's Egg Card (EGG-007-竜)
- 2007 4th Edition (024-竜; Counter Type)
- 2007 4th Edition+ (029-竜; Counter Type)
- Non-sale Earth's card (EGG-007-竜)
- Gekizan 3rd Edition (012-竜; Tie Type)
- Non-sale Europe Egg card (EGG-015-竜)
- Non-sale Green Egg card (EGG-019-竜)
- Non-sale Stegosaurs card
- Series 2 2nd Edition (New; 037-Dino; Counter Type)
- Series 2 3rd Edition (026-Dino; Counter Type)
- Series 2 4th Edition (029-Dino; Counter Type)
- Series 2 2nd Edition (New; 037-龍; Counter Type)
- Series 2 3rd Edition (026-龍; Counter Type)
- Series 2 4th Edition (029-龍; Counter Type)
- Series 2 5th Edition (Counter Type)
- Sign: Scissors
- Power: 1300
- Team Up: +300 (Pack Protector Dacentrurus)
- You can play this card as a Move that gives +300 Power.
- Team Up: +400 (Crag Climber Dacentrurus)
- You can play this card as a Move that gives +400 Power.
- Dr.Taylor's arcade comments:
- English: A herbivore with two rows of small plates down its back. It has spikes on its tail for fending off enemies.
- Taiwanese: 背部有著兩列小板子的草食恐龍，尾巴帶有可攻擊的刺。
- Along with Saichania, Stegosaurus, Wuerhosaurus, Edmontonia, Euoplocephalus, Ankylosaurus, Nodosaurus, Kentrosaurus, Sauropelta and Tarchia, it is one available dinosaurs in Japanese non-sale Earth's Card.
- Along with Ampelosaurus, Baryonyx, Eustreptospondylus, Iguanodon and Camptosaurus, it is one of the available dinosaurs in Japanese non-sale Europe Dinosaurs Egg Card.
- Along with Liliensternus, Chasmosaurus, Isisaurus, Suchomimus, Anchiceratops, Megaraptor, Anatotitan, Fukuisaurus and Carcharodontosaurus, it is one of the available dinosaurs in Japanese Green Dinosaurs Egg.
- Along with Stegosaurus, Kentrosaurus, Wuerhosaurus, Lexovisaurus and Tuojiangosaurus, it is one of the available dinosaurs in Japanese non-sale Stegosaurs Card.
|p · e · t||Earth Dinosaurs|
|Normal:||Ankylosaurus · Dacentrurus · Edmontonia · Euoplocephalus · Gastonia · Gigantspinosaurus · Kentrosaurus · Lexovisaurus · Minmi · Nodosaurus · Panoplosaurus · Pinacosaurus · Polacanthus · Saichania · Sauropelta · Stegosaurus · Talarurus · Tarchia · Tuojiangosaurus · Wuerhosaurus|
|Altered/Armored:||Ankylosaurus/Alpha · Ankylosaurus/Armor · Armatus · Armatus/Armor · Edmontonia/Armor · Edmontonia/Super · Euoplocephalus/Armor · Kentrosaurus/Alpha · Lexovisaurus/Armor · Nodosaurus/Super · Saichania/Armor · Saichania/Black · Saichania/Super · Sauropelta/Alpha · Sauropelta/Super · Talarurus/Super · Tank/Super · Tarchia/Super · Tuojiangosaurus/Armor · Wuerhosaurus/Alpha|
|Main:||Tank · Armatus|