Talk:Behemoth (4e Creature)

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Yeek! carnisaurs are Razorteeth!! Only herding vegisaurs are Behemoths! fix fix fix!!

I'm sorry, but I have no idea what you're talking about. "Behemoth" is simply the term given to dinosaurs (and, presumably, similar prehistoric creatures) in 4e, in order to make it sound more like fantasy monsters. In no book does it mention a distinctive name for either herbivorous or carnivorous/omnivorous dinosaurs - they're all simply called behemoths. Wizards as yet to even publish any true carnivorous dinosaurs - it has thus far done the stegosaurus, ankylosaurus, and triceratops, all of which are primarily herbivores - so I have no idea where this term "Razorteeth" is even coming from. -- Dracomortis 14:47, 8 October 2009 (MDT)

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