A velociraptor suddenly appears in the last scene of the last anime episode you watched.
What happens in the next episode given this development?
>Amira has visions of Bahamut
>a raptor appears
The one behind this all was really velociraptors! Bahamut wasn't a dragon at all! He is a dinosaur trying to get revenge on the gods for that meteor.
All raptors confirmed to have hslsd feathers. God I fucking hate feathers on dinosaurs. Jurassic Park spoiled me with raptors. It will never be the same.
>implying Toru won't kill the raptor
He fought a unicorn, I think the man can take on a carnivorous Turkey
>Implying this thing isn't scary
Velociraptor wouldn't even reach the heigth of an adults waist anyway.
No it's not anatomically correct, it just has feathers. The forelimbs are pronated.
No velociraptors were like 3 feet tall at biggest. The raptors in Jurassic park were Deinonychus without feathers. That is more akin to a utahraptor, except a Utahraptor is bigger. They were the size of polar bears pretty much. 10 feet tall, 23 feet long, had a 10 inch middle claw on its feet, and weighed in about 1,100 lbs.
Not "most dinosaurs in general." Feathers or protofeathers have only been found in theropods and a few ornithiscians such as Tianyulong. Velociraptors and their close kin had feathers though.
The velociraptor would be kindly reminded that it is against the school regulations. And instructed to please leave the sensha-do victory lineup.
You wouldn't call a golden eagle's feathers gay, would you?
Anyway, if it makes you feel better not all theropods had feathers or protofeathers, or even feathers on all parts of their body.
Pictured is Yutyrannus huali, a close relative of T. rex. It lived in a much colder region however.
Still would be scary, but if you think they would be more scary than you're wrong.
>oh no this Canadian goose is after me! It's not like I can't kick the thing in the neck and snap it!
Have you ever had a 10 foot long 150 pound komodo dragon charging at you before?
Komodo dragons are lepidosaurs and not exactly closely related to dinosaurs. You'd be better off comparing them to a crocodile, which is at least an archosaur. Also, a komodo dragon would look and behaves much differently from what can be inferred from extinct dinosaurs.
Investigation into who released the dinosaur into the public and then resolving the issue. Probably a fight between jew-sama and a velociraptor somewhere in the episode.
and not even in all Theropods were feathered. Skin impressions suggest that Carnotaurus wasn't feathered and it's likely that the other members of Abelisauridae were equally lacking in feathers. There isn't any evidence to suggest that the giant Carcharodontosaurids of South America and Africa were feathered.
I'm not comparing komodo dragons in that sense but retards who think geese are scary and not fragile necked pieces of shit. The point I was trying to make is that scaly shit is more fear inducing on a biological level then feathered shit. Large flightless birds and birds of prey being of course the exception
Inspector Velociraptor is assigned to the MWPSB.
>Bring a unique set of skills to the team.
>Is a real go-getter
>Thinks outside the box.
>Sybil has faith that Kamui will be taken down by this clever girl.
Hibiki punches the shit out of it, duh. Time to go request this in the Drawthread.
> scaly shit
> more fear inducing on a biological level
Yes, because an iguana is somehow scarier than a goose, which is a far more accurate comparison than what you made.
I guarantee you people would be more scared of that Australian bird that can rip through riot shields than a komodo.
>Kimi ni Todoke episode 7
>Sadako is in the library pondering like the retard she is that MAYBE she should actually have used WORDS to confess
>VELOCIRAPTOR out of fucking nowhere
>series improves exponentially
Anything is scarier than a goose. You would have to be wheel chaired bound or a 2 year old child to be scared or intimidated by one. I bet an iguana could kill a goose with it's tail.
I'm more of a manga man
Dinosaurs did exist with feathers.
Australia has fucking dinosaur birds right now and they are living proof that dinosaurs had fucking feathers.
It's not just bullshit Hollywood is feeding you.
Look up Cassowary
Like I said unless you're immobile, have no arms, or are weaker than a little kid then there is no reason to be afraid of one. I've been charged at by a moose before and that was infinitely scarier than any goose that thinks it can fuck with a human.
>there are people that think that feathers make something look less intimidating.
No one is saying dinosaurs didn't have feathers retard. We're having a debate whether if a dinosaur is more or less bad ass with feathers. It's practically common knowledge that they had feathers and are what current day birds evolved from. How is your reading comprehension this bad.
Look man, I know you think you're the hot shit, but you don't want to fuck with geese. Moose aren't shit compared to geese.
Have you ever seen a bobcat run from a moose? No. But I've seen one run from a goose.
They look more sleek and better designed without feathers. Also, 'The Jurassic Park Effect' helped with that as well.
damn, as kid i knew whatever dinosaur was in the books, but all this recently discovered new species.. i lost track. Time really goes by, i think.
The Velociraptor becomes Aki-luckys partner in crime against the heretics.
>still trying this hard to defend geese
Do you also have a trouble with lifting a gallon jug of water? There are infinitely more intimidating birds then geese, why you such a boner for them is beyond me. Here are quick easy steps to deal with a goose:
1. Using you're not Stephen hawking levels of strength and wrap your hands around it's birdy ass neck.
2. Twist and turn violently
This is actually more horrifying the more I think about it.
Look, I know you're trying to defend your manhood, but we all know that in a fight between you and a goose the goose would have granted your wish of becoming a little girl well before you managed to actually catch it.
Tarou gets killed and eaten, Aoi is finally relieved of her stress because someone more competent jumps in, and the raptor is captured and taken to a zoo where Ema sketches it and makes it big drawing a dinosaur anime.
Raptor is promptly sliced, Archer brings some steaks home, Rin eats raptor BBQ that night.
She brings the leftovers for Shirou in the morning, but it's not like she is worried or l-l-likes him, b-baka!
Funny thing about that actually...
>tfw no anime starring a juvenile Megalodon as it learns to hunt and grow while avoiding its cannibalistic kin
I think it is time I sleep, I misread animes as armies and got very confused for a moment
Also, Muka Muka Paradise is the first thing that comes to mind, but I don't quite think it is what you're looking for
I suppose everyone walks the dinosaur on a CG stage.
It's as if you're implying that dinosaurs still can't be completely awesome or terrifying with feathers.