Thylos Intrepidus Nicknamed ‘the Tasmanian tiger of Jurassic World,’ this unique super-hybrid is one of Alive’s few monotremes or egg-laying mammals! It is believed this is a result of its fusion of mammal and reptile DNA.
Table of Contents
- Basic Stats (Lvl 26)
- Evolution Tree
- Evolution Cost
- Thylos Intrepidus Resistances
Thylos Intrepidus belongs to the Tyrant Tier.
|ANIMATION SET||Theropod (Flock, Large)|
Basic Stats (Lvl 26)
- Coin For Leveling Up: 1,120,000
- DNA Thylos Intrepidus: 3,000
- Coin For Fusing: 137,000
- DNA Moros Intrepidus: 27,400
- DNA Thylacotator: 27,400
- Coin For Fusing: 124,600
- DNA Marsupial Lion: 62,300
- DNA Suchotator: 62,300
- Coin For Fusing: 56,640
- DNA Suchomimus: 141,600
- DNA Irritator Gen 2: 141,600
Thylos Intrepidus Resistances
DOT: Resist strength: 50%
Damage from Damage Over Time is reduced when applied against Thylos Intrepidus
Rend: Resist strength: 33%
Rending damage is reduced when applied against Thylos Intrepidus
Speed Decrease: Resist strength: 100%
Thylos Intrepidus speed cannot be reduced
Swap Prevention: Resist strength: 100%
Opponents cannot stop Thylos Intrepidus from swapping out
Taunt: Resist strength: 100%
Thylos Intrepidus can always attack the targeted opponent
- Has Special Active Ability
- Has Swap In Ability
- Non-damaging Priority
- Target Team
- Bypass Armor
- Increase Damage
- Group Increase Damage
- Increase Crit Chance
- Devour Heal
- Unable To Swap
- Damage Over Time
Thylos Intrepidus, also known as the “Intrepid Badger,” is a species of badger that is known for its courage and fearlessness in the face of danger. This mammal is found in the northern hemisphere, primarily in the forests and woodlands of Europe and Asia.
Thylos Intrepidus is a medium-sized badger, with a body length of about 2 feet and a weight of around 15 pounds. They have thick, dark fur that is thickest on their back and legs, providing protection from the elements and predators. Their head is large and round, with small, sharp teeth and powerful jaws. They have short, strong legs and large claws that are used for digging and burrowing.
Thylos Intrepidus are known for their fierce nature and will not back down from a fight, even when faced with larger predators. They are also known to be very territorial and will defend their burrows and territory fiercely. They are also known to be very vocal, making a variety of growls, barks, and snarls to communicate with other badgers and to warn off potential threats.
Despite their fierce nature, Thylos Intrepidus are also known to be very social animals. They live in small family groups, with one dominant male and several females and their young. They work together to defend their territory and to forage for food. They are primarily nocturnal, spending most of the day in their burrows and emerging at night to forage for food.
Thylos Intrepidus are opportunistic feeders and will eat a variety of foods, including fruits, berries, insects, small mammals, and even carrion. They are also known to be skilled hunters and will take down larger prey if the opportunity arises.
Overall, Thylos Intrepidus is a fascinating and unique mammal that is known for its courage and fearlessness. Its fierce nature and social behavior make it an interesting subject of study for scientists and nature enthusiasts alike.