Troodontids are a subgroup of bird-like dinosaurs that are closely related to their more robust and better-known dromaeosaur brethren. The troodontid family were thought to be the smartest of dinosaurs, because of studies of the brain cavities of the family group. Troodontids were relatively small, measuring only around 3-6 feet in length, and while most had sickle-claws on their feet, theirs appeared far less lethal than dromaeosaurs' claws. The diets of troodontids strangely varies within the family, with some clear carnivores, some likely omnivores, and some even potential herbivores.
As small theropods, Troodontids are Wind Dinosaurs, though they have appeared in Normal Moves.