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New Debate Series: JP Monster VS. Nature's Creation! Episode 1- Dilophosaurus

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Raptor-401

2KMember3687 XPJun-17-2015 4:25 PM

Before I begin, I just wanted to announce my next episode of The Day in the Life of a Dinosaur is coming soon, and I hope this one captures more of the imagination, majectiness, and fierceness of these creatures. This time the protaginist will be a female!

Now onto the first section of my new debate series, I will begin with an intro, and depending on the success of this series I will make it an official series!

***

INTRO:

As we know from the Jurassic Park movies and the books, really nothing is really natural of the dinosaurs we see in the movies.

In the movies the dinosaurs are mostly shown as monsters.

As explained in the movies and more so in the book, much of the genetic gaps was filled with frog DNA, and hardly any bird DNA, making the dinosaurs less natural with each differing DNA strand used, creating NOT dinosaurs, just man-made amusement park organism that are simply put:

Dinosaur-like.

This explains why the animals are not accurate to what they are thought to have looked liek today, such as the Velociraptors being bigger, non-feathered, pack hunters (Almost NO evidence of them being pack hunters), scaly skin, etc.

 

So, in the end, I wonder, what would it be like if the man-made monsters from the movies were to meet up with the real ordeal, the creatures that took millions of years to evolve, the creatures that are not man-made?

Which ones would be stronger? Faster? Better? Bigger?

Which one would be able to conquer each other?

 

That is the point of this new debate series. SO I say we start with something simple but interesting!

 

I now introduce you to episode 1!!!

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Today’s animal IS...

Dilophosaurus

JP MONSTER:

INFO:

Length: Est. 1 metre

Food: Carnivorous predator, possibly part time scavenger

Hunting Skills: Hunts alone, mainly using poison to squirt at its prey, paralyzing them, and eventually proceeding to eat them, usually alive

-Has a frill to scare its prey and intimidate them

-Is smaller than the real Dilophosaurus, however this could be a juvenile or an adult, not known or stated among the JP universe (That I know of)

NATURE’S CREATION:

INFO:

Length: 6 metres

Food: One of the early carnivorous dinosaurs, possibly scavenged for the most part

Hunting Skills: It could have been piscivorous or mainly a scavenger of carrion due to its weak jaw- Simply put, its jaws were too weak to take down prey (according to my research)

-It is possible that Dilophosaurus was feathered, according to some fossilized imprints suggesting it could have been feathered

-Most likely an early descendant of some of the theropod dinosaurs

-Some research suggests it had steady, light, and strong feet, meaning that this animal would literally have a steady chance if it were to fight with the “JP Monster” of itself

***

DEBATE TOPIC:

If the Dilophosaurus from the Jurassic Park world were to somehow come in a situation where it felt the need to fight with the Nature “version” of Dilophosaurus, who would win?

I hope this will be an entertaining and interesting debate, the longer and more well informed a reply, the better it is for a debate. Please make sure to give reasons of why you think who would win and try to give scientific and well-thought out explanations.

Whatever your answer is, I hope it will be interesting. This is ebing done since I haven’t seen anything like this done before, so let’s have fun!

Who would win!? Man’s artificial monster recreation of an attempt to create a dinosaur, or the animals that lived millions of years ago that Nature created?

Let the debate begin!!!

 

 

Any criticisms/compliments wil be appreciated!

With gratitude, thanks for reading, you guys are awesome,

-Raptor-401!!!

IT'S TIME TO DU-DU-DU-DU-DUEL!!!

19 Responses to New Debate Series: JP Monster VS. Nature's Creation! Episode 1- Dilophosaurus

Lord Vader

LegendMember6270 XPJun-17-2015 5:00 PM

Depends. If JP Dilo hits a sensitive spot with spit, JP Dilo. If not, natural Dilo on size alone. 

Jack of all trades. Master of none

Silver_Falcon

NoobMember0 XPJun-17-2015 5:15 PM

It depends on how good the real dilo's senses were, and how much it would've relied on them.

The JP Dilo's spit is most effective when it gets in its prey's eyes, as it will blind them. I'd imagine it would probably burn if it hit certain other areas as well, but it would not be anywhere near as devastating.

If the real world had a good enough sense of hearing and/or smell though, this would almost totally negate the JP dilo's blinding toxin.

But the JP dilo has to hit its opponents eyes first though... so that being said, I have to go with the real Dilophosaurus.

Here, have a waffle (-'.')-#

LeviathanTeratophoneusFerox

NoobMember0 XPJun-17-2015 5:19 PM

The Jp dilo in the Tall Tale games had them working together but they were still small (or young probably? In jurassic world we got to see what looked like maybe an adult size of it? But it's still dwarfed by the real Dilo. 

So I'm just going to say the real Dilo. Can't really imagine a small lightweight theropod putting up a fight against something near 6 to 7 ft tall alone. The jp dilo's only chance is a direct hit. 

 Childhood Nightmare

 “Absence of proof is not proof of absence.” 
― M. Crichton, The Lost World

LeviathanTeratophoneusFerox

NoobMember0 XPJun-17-2015 5:19 PM

In a pack though Jp Dilo could win. 

 Childhood Nightmare

 “Absence of proof is not proof of absence.” 
― M. Crichton, The Lost World

Sci-Fi King25

2KMember4297 XPJun-17-2015 5:29 PM

It depends. However, it could be easer for JP Dilo to win. It could intimidate real Dilo and then spit at it. It could spit a couple times and then leap onto it and attack. However, assuming the Telltale game is canon, the JP Dilo was a juvenile, and probably could easily take down the real Dilo.

“Banana oil.”- George Takei, Gigantis: The Fire Monster

Raptor-401

2KMember3687 XPJun-17-2015 5:53 PM

Hm so so far we have "mixed" statements, but all well stated and argued. Thanks for commenting guys, I think iw ould go for a 50-50 or so chance with this.

(Forgot to say my opinion in the topic...)

*Facepalms*

 

I think if the JP Dilo were to squirt in the real DIlo eyes, it would have an easier time killin the real DIlo, however I imagine the real DIlo to have been fast and to have reliable instincts that would most likely be able to dodge the poison, considering how strong and light paleontologists say their feet were.

 

Not also to mention intelligence... I think the JP Dino would be smarter since the all the different DNA it has from modern-day dinosaurs (birds) and frogs would help increase its intelligence, while the real Dilo was much, MUCH more primitive and may have been "dumb" compared to JP Dilo.

 

I guess it all depends. Next time I think I will make a situation that is more descriptive so we can all make more solid arguments, but it is still interesting to read everyone's thoughts.

 

And holy crap have my replies evolved to be much more longer and full of "quality"...

Its good to actually be back and having fun on the forum!

IT'S TIME TO DU-DU-DU-DU-DUEL!!!

Raptor-401

2KMember3687 XPJun-17-2015 5:57 PM

Also, mispells and mistakes I have noticed in the discussion have been edited to clear any confusion and to assure that ALL my topics will be more quality in the near future, even more so than the past.

Next time, it'll better...

 

Next time...

 

It'll be flawless...

IT'S TIME TO DU-DU-DU-DU-DUEL!!!

LeviathanTeratophoneusFerox

NoobMember0 XPJun-17-2015 6:08 PM

Haha typos are alright Raptor401, I'm sure we get what you were saying. And yeah, it really all just depends. Here's some nice ideas: 

Jp Spinosaurus vs R. Spinosaurus

Jp Raptors vs. R. Velo or utah or Drom

Jp Troodon (from Tall Tale) vs R. Troodon (alaskan or not)

Have some other fake creatures against real. Nothing too exaggerating though. 

 

And has the forum always been quiet lately? I haven't checked this website for the past few months because possible leaked spoilers. xD But I'm back, ready to learn and see what ya'll have each day. 

 Childhood Nightmare

 “Absence of proof is not proof of absence.” 
― M. Crichton, The Lost World

Raptor-401

2KMember3687 XPJun-17-2015 6:26 PM

I know, but by now and considering my moderator status I try to make sure everything I say is easily put through on the forum, I along with many others are very serious with the quality of my discussions and replies. Even in my spoof posts I make sure it is the highest standards from me, because I really do care of what people say of my work.

 

You can be sure I'll get all the cool dinosaurs in this!

 

Yeah, for the past months it was VERY quiet, about 5 discussions in 2-4 DAYS!!! Yeah, if you want any info from the past or about me, you can PM me!

IT'S TIME TO DU-DU-DU-DU-DUEL!!!

Raptor-401

2KMember3687 XPJun-17-2015 6:39 PM

Also, as a side note I just wanted to say that in now way am I bragging about my posts, if it seems like I am over-glorifying myself I apologize, I just like to take everything i post with seriousness, even my spoof posts.

IT'S TIME TO DU-DU-DU-DU-DUEL!!!

LeviathanTeratophoneusFerox

NoobMember0 XPJun-17-2015 6:58 PM

No no no, I didn't read it that way at all. If anything, I find it great that you're self-concerned and respectful. Plus, you are a moderator. It's your job to be professional, it's what you got to do. Seriousness accommodates comprehension of indeterminable or fiat disscussion. I'm happy you've said that.  

 Childhood Nightmare

 “Absence of proof is not proof of absence.” 
― M. Crichton, The Lost World

LeviathanTeratophoneusFerox

NoobMember0 XPJun-17-2015 7:10 PM

When I mean self concerned, I'm mean self-aware...sorry for the poor diction. /).- 

I'm not saying you're selfish. It's good to check what you're doing. :)

 Childhood Nightmare

 “Absence of proof is not proof of absence.” 
― M. Crichton, The Lost World

Raptor-401

2KMember3687 XPJun-17-2015 7:16 PM

Thanks, it's good to see you understand! Yes, the more the time passes, the more self-aware I become of the quality of my posts, especially with my recent discussions!

IT'S TIME TO DU-DU-DU-DU-DUEL!!!

Something Real

LegendMember5639 XPJun-18-2015 12:46 PM

RAPTOR-401 - Oh, now this is a very neat topic! Hmm...I happen to think that the actual, genetically pure Dilophosaurus would win out against the Jurassic Park incarnation for one reason: adaptation. If the ability to spit toxic slime was in fact natural to the physiology of Dilophosaurus, then it would likely be immune to its effects. To support my theory, I will point to the King Cobra. This large reptile is also known for spitting venom into the eyes of foes - and it is completely immune to the effects of said venom from others of its kind. Therefore, I am inclined to believe that the genetically pure Dilophosaurus would win out against the fabricated version by virtue of sheer size and weight. This was a very neat topic; I look forward to more! :)

Raptor-401

2KMember3687 XPJun-18-2015 1:12 PM

Very nice argument right there!!! That makes sense, I too think the real Dilophosaurus would have won, too!

IT'S TIME TO DU-DU-DU-DU-DUEL!!!

Something Real

LegendMember5639 XPJun-18-2015 1:37 PM

RAPTOR-401 - Hahaha! "There is no school like the old school". ;)

Raptor-401

2KMember3687 XPJun-18-2015 1:45 PM

Sometimes the original is the best model!!!

IT'S TIME TO DU-DU-DU-DU-DUEL!!!

Tyrant king

NoobMember0 XPJun-19-2015 4:30 PM

I say the real dilo wins, it could possibly take a shot from the JP version because it is just so much larger and one bite would devastate the smaller version. But I'm not sure how the dilo will react to the frill. It is possible that it will panic and the JP dilo will spit venom at its distressed adversarys face and defeat it. 

Raptor-401

2KMember3687 XPJun-20-2015 1:26 PM

I would say the real Dilo would win, even thinking about it maybe the JP Dilo would be too scared to challenge a predator larger than its size.

IT'S TIME TO DU-DU-DU-DU-DUEL!!!

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