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Ulfric vs Tullius (Updated) by DovahkiinHU3BR Ulfric vs Tullius (Updated) :icondovahkiinhu3br:DovahkiinHU3BR 0 0 Stormcloak Crybaby by DovahkiinHU3BR Stormcloak Crybaby :icondovahkiinhu3br:DovahkiinHU3BR 0 7 A Reward after the Hard Work 2 by DovahkiinHU3BR A Reward after the Hard Work 2 :icondovahkiinhu3br:DovahkiinHU3BR 6 0 A Reward after the Hard Work 1 by DovahkiinHU3BR A Reward after the Hard Work 1 :icondovahkiinhu3br:DovahkiinHU3BR 1 0 Successful Hunt 2 by DovahkiinHU3BR Successful Hunt 2 :icondovahkiinhu3br:DovahkiinHU3BR 3 0 Successful Hunt 1 by DovahkiinHU3BR Successful Hunt 1 :icondovahkiinhu3br:DovahkiinHU3BR 3 2 Deadly Bite 2 by DovahkiinHU3BR Deadly Bite 2 :icondovahkiinhu3br:DovahkiinHU3BR 2 0 Deadly Bite 1 by DovahkiinHU3BR Deadly Bite 1 :icondovahkiinhu3br:DovahkiinHU3BR 3 0 GOTCHA by DovahkiinHU3BR GOTCHA :icondovahkiinhu3br:DovahkiinHU3BR 13 3 A Short Chase by DovahkiinHU3BR A Short Chase :icondovahkiinhu3br:DovahkiinHU3BR 2 0 T. rex vs Triceratops by DovahkiinHU3BR T. rex vs Triceratops :icondovahkiinhu3br:DovahkiinHU3BR 2 0 The Great Horned Boar by DovahkiinHU3BR The Great Horned Boar :icondovahkiinhu3br:DovahkiinHU3BR 3 0 The Stormcloak Bible... by DovahkiinHU3BR The Stormcloak Bible... :icondovahkiinhu3br:DovahkiinHU3BR 1 0
Pre-Historic Creatures and Medieval Warfare
In the Middle Ages, blunt force weapons such as maces and warhammers became popular thanks to the noble class, the usually bought full metal armor what made cutting and stabbing (swords and pikes) virtually USELESS. What does this have to do with dinosaurs? Lets compare T. rex with Smilodon:
-T. rex was like a warhammer/mace wileding knight: it was robust in build, resistant and relied more on force to attack. Like this it would be able to take down most heavy armored foes (on T. rex's case: large ceratopsians and hadrosaurs, even if these had a thick hide. On the Knight's case: other kinights). The down side is that it would take quite some time to kill the foe, even if he was not so heavily armored.
- Smilodon was like a sword-pike wielding knight: it was robust in build, resistant and relied to piercing and stabbing to attack. Like this it would be able to take down larger tagets more easily, but ONLY if these were not heavily armored or had great gaps on the armor (just like a swor
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Sheogorath's Sweet Dreams by DovahkiinHU3BR Sheogorath's Sweet Dreams :icondovahkiinhu3br:DovahkiinHU3BR 2 2 The Elder Scrolls Sources by DovahkiinHU3BR The Elder Scrolls Sources :icondovahkiinhu3br:DovahkiinHU3BR 2 0


Van Helsing Werewolf by sugarpoultry Van Helsing Werewolf :iconsugarpoultry:sugarpoultry 1,737 182 Achillobator giganticus by Xiphactinus Achillobator giganticus :iconxiphactinus:Xiphactinus 137 21 AllosaurusBust WIP Alt Views by daitengu AllosaurusBust WIP Alt Views :icondaitengu:daitengu 91 0 Ceratosaurus by daitengu Ceratosaurus :icondaitengu:daitengu 187 12 Draw Dinovember Day 29 Amargasaurus by daitengu Draw Dinovember Day 29 Amargasaurus :icondaitengu:daitengu 143 0 Draw Dinovember Day 18 Tupandactylus imperator by daitengu Draw Dinovember Day 18 Tupandactylus imperator :icondaitengu:daitengu 281 11 Serikornis by Dennonyx Serikornis :icondennonyx:Dennonyx 82 12 Devonian Animals by MickeyRayRex Devonian Animals :iconmickeyrayrex:MickeyRayRex 70 4 Cambrian and Ordovician Animals by MickeyRayRex Cambrian and Ordovician Animals :iconmickeyrayrex:MickeyRayRex 78 7 Speed sketch: Shandong Lizard by TheJuras Speed sketch: Shandong Lizard :iconthejuras:TheJuras 37 3 Smilodon populator by FelineFire Smilodon populator :iconfelinefire:FelineFire 155 10 SMILODON FATALIS by LEVIATAN-666 SMILODON FATALIS :iconleviatan-666:LEVIATAN-666 67 5 Catching a big one by Lythroversor Catching a big one :iconlythroversor:Lythroversor 138 9 iguanodon portrait by tnilab-ekneb121 iguanodon portrait :icontnilab-ekneb121:tnilab-ekneb121 104 6 Latenivenatrix for Wikipedia by FredtheDinosaurman Latenivenatrix for Wikipedia :iconfredthedinosaurman:FredtheDinosaurman 416 48 Stone Age 101 - Clovis by Pelycosaur24 Stone Age 101 - Clovis :iconpelycosaur24:Pelycosaur24 90 30



Well guys sorry for being innactive for an absurd amount of time. I have been addicted to video games in July and school is kinda wild this month lol
Stormcloak Crybaby
I made this as a joke about how stormcloak supporters are usually stupid, biased and childish on the internet. Feel free to use it as long as you give credit, fellow legionnaires.

And the baby photo is not mine, just like the pedobear head... and I do not know who made them.
A Reward after the Hard Work 2
After all the struggle to take the Triceratops down, the bull T. rex finally has what it was looking for. A Triceratops like that one will feed this predator for days.

The T. rex was made by :iconswordlord3d:

The Triceratops, as far as I know, was made by :iconfabrizioderossi:

Forest and grass by :icondaventrychris: (…)

The model was converted for XPS by :iconphelcer:, but I extracted this skin (Tawny T. rex, by :iconpaleocolour:) using UModel.
Whenever I try to extract new skins (or if I just open the files), the skins that are shown there are those made by Levia Draconia, and the files of spinosaurus, giganotosaurus, hypo rex, etc are missing. This is strange at the very least


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Thiago Chagas
I decided to study paleontology for myself, but I only discuss about things that I realize I know about (when I realize only an actual paleontologist can find the answer, I just speculate). I try to analyze all the possibilities before making a conclusion about something.

I was also a strong supporter of Jair Messias Bolsonaro in Brazil... until I discovered that he supports torture. Now the worst part for me is that, thanks so some of his positions, he may be the best option for the country itself in 2018.

Likes: dinosaurs, mega fauna, games, movies, Attack on Titan, creepypastas, jokes, capitalism, respectful and playful people, The Elder Scrolls Lore, The Empire of Tamriel, guns, swords, maces, plate armor.

Dislikes: <any dinosaur> fanboys/fangirls/haters, feather haters, scale haters, communism, people who put victory above fun in video games, people who think that are able to refute anything by using appeal to authority and/or personal attack, stalinists, marxist-leninists, people who barely analize and/or barely ratiocinate before making a conclusion and that after this start to try to refute everyone who says the opposite, the Stormcloak Rebellion, the Aldmeri Dominion


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DilophosaurusFan666 Featured By Owner 2 days ago  New Deviant
I largely agree that the way theropods have their teeth organized is not truly proof of lips, and it means little to me anyway because their teeth still eclipse the foramina of the lower jaw. 
DilophosaurusFan666 Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2017  New Deviant
Hi Dovahkiin, I was wondering what your thoughts were on the "neat row of teeth" argument for most theropods having lips?
DovahkiinHU3BR Featured By Owner 3 days ago
While it is true that theropods usually differ from a great part of crocodylians in the way their teeth are organized, this is far from being the ultimate proof for lips. Why? Because evolution does not work like a straight line (unlike some people claim) and a certain characteristic that has never been a thing may slowly appear over time (if it did not work like that we would not have such a variety of life forms on a single planet). The only thing that serves as a limit for the mutations that "feed" evolution is natural selection itself (and having a lipless mouth with neat teeth would not be very different from having a lipless mouth with unnorganized teeth like in crocs, since the teeth would still be... teeth).

As a personal side note: I made a more in deep review here… Of course I am no authority, but that is why I tried to search and ratiocinate a lot before that (and with a little bit of help from Mark Witton's points since he is the ony paleontologist that I saw making a vary indeep research about enamel erosion and moisture).
paleosir Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That argument was made by me, and it isn´t much of an argument for lips, rather, it´s a rebuttal to an argument against lips.
GeneralHelghast Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2017   General Artist
happy birthday
DovahkiinHU3BR Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2017
Thank you friend!
GeneralHelghast Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2017   General Artist
Dinosaurzzz Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2017
Happy Birthday!
DovahkiinHU3BR Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2017
Thanks man!
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