General Statistics Edit
Name: Lanzhousaurus magnidens
Name Meaning: Lanzhou Lizard
Length: 9-10 meters (30-33 feet)
Time Period: Early Cretaceous
Classification: Iguanodontia --> " Iguanodontidae"
Place Found: China
Describer: You, Ji & Li, 2005
Dinosaur King Statistics Edit
Arcade Stats Edit
Lanzhousaurus arcade card (Japanese Kakushin 4th Edition)
Paper (Critical): 850
Rock-Rock Type (Japanese Kakushin 4th Edition)
Lucky 7 Type (Japanese Kakushin 6th Edition Hyper Battle Museum)
Arcade Nickname/Catchcopy: 草食竜は歯が命 (Life of Herbivore Dragon's Tooth)
Card Rarity: Silver
Lanzhousaurus was only available in Japanese version.
Kakushin 4th Edition (New; 010-竜; Rock-Rock Type)
Kakushin 6th Edition Hyper Battle Museum (008-竜; Lucky 7 Type)
Lanzhousaurus arcade card (Japanese Kakushin 6th Edition Hyper Battle Museum)
Anime Stats Edit
Lanzhousaurus' anime card's front is never clearly seen
Move Cards Edit
Lanzhousaurus sucks away a large chunk of its opponent's energy, burping as they collapse!
TCG Stats Edit
Lanzhousaurus TCG card
When this Dinosaur uses a Super Move and wins the battle, you gain 1 Life Point.
unknown Lanzhousaurus variant Edit
unknown Lanzhousaurus variant TCG card (Thai)
Card Code: DKJC-030/100
Card Rarity: Thai Common
Image From: Kaku 4th arcade card
Mesozoic Meltdown Edit
Lanzhousaurus was summoned by
Sheer in The Third Cosmos Stone in a cave to head off the D-Team, who were closing in on the Purple Cosmos Stone. It used Power Drain to suck away a lot of Chomp's energy, being given its Spectral Armor form alongside Gavro's Carcharodontosaurus when Ace joined the battle, him and Chomp getting their DinoTector forms. Ace used Cyclone to throw it into a wall, and Chomp defeated it with Ultimate Thunder, destroying its Spectral Armor. Its card was probably reclaimed by Max.
Dr. Taylor's arcade comments:
Translation: A herbivore related to Iguanodon. It has big teeth which 14 cm in length and 7.5 cm in width.
It is the fifth and final Silver rarity Grass Dinosaur card in the arcade.
It is one of the most briefly-appearing anime dinosaurs of all, with both dinosaur and card appearing for an approximate total combined 35 seconds onscreen. This is approximately equal with Pachyrhinosaurus and ever so slightly more than Piatnitzkysaurus.