• Dinosaurs
  • PteraCard

Basic info
  • Latin name
  • Pteranodon longiceps
    • Name meaning
  • Toothless wing
    • Location and lifetime
  • Kansas
  • Alabama
  • Nebraska
  • Wyoming
  • and South Dakota
  • USA, Mid Jurassic (86 MYA)
    • Size and weight
  • 4-5 ft (1. 2-1. 5 m) height
  • 12-18 ft (3. 8-5. 6 m) wingspan
  • 44-205 lbs (20-93 kg) weight
    • Speed
  • Moderate - High

  • Basic data
    • Class
  • Support
    • Health
  • 275
    • Primary attack
  • Peck
    • Secondary attack
  • Grab
    • Roar
  • Marks nearby humans

  • Statistics
    • Damage
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    • Mobility
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  • Pteranodon are obviously not dinosaurs but Pterosaurs, however this distinction will mean little to you when they bear down upon you from the skies with deafening screeches, sharp beaks and a relentless and undiscerning appetite for death. Above all else Pteranodons reveal your location to surrounding dinosaurs and they love to wait until you are occupied and distracted before they make their move.

    Pteranodon are fragile and easily taken care of, however it can be hard to keep an eye on them while you are dealing with a horde of Novaraptor and a Tyrannosaur. Above all else, don’t underestimate their threat.

    Watch the skies.



    Peck: A Pteranodon's sharp beak can cause some serious damage, especially as it can still peck in the air.


    Grab: The Pteranodon has the ability to swoop down and grab a victim before flying off with them. When high enough or over a hazard they can then drop them to their deaths. Without rescue, a human is doomed at the hands of a Pteranodon.


    Screech: A deafening screech from a Pteranodon is not only terrifying, but actively alerts dinosaurs to your location. If you've been marked by a Pteranodon... run!