The Saurophaganax (soar-oh-fah-gon-axe) (lizard eater) is an allosaurid Dinosaur which lived in the Morrison Formation of North America, in the Late Jurassic Period 150 MYA. It's name means "ruler-lizard-eater." It is generally accepted that the species Saurophaganax maximus is invalid and that the correct term is Allosaurus maximus. This animal along with the rest of the allosaurids have a decent chance of having feathers due to their close relationship with coelurosauria which are the very bird-like theropods that include Tyrannosaurus Rex, Deinocheirus, Balaur, etc and the carcharodontosaurid called Concavenator possibly having quill knobs on its arm bones. This animal is recommended for starters. It looks threatening but it isn't anything special in strength. This dinosaur's roar is an edited version of the Tyrannosaurus Rex roar from the Jurassic Park film franchise.
The newest Saurophaganax model is mainly dark green, with a sandy-tanish underbelly. There are some green stripes along the hind legs and tail. Saurophaganax is also completely featherless and sports an orangish-red crest on its head. The color scheme and pattern closely resembles the one on Alp. K's Acrocanthosaurus.
- Saurophaganax is the state fossil of Oklahoma.
It is purely black with half of its face, belly, feet, and hands being grey. It has white spikes/osteoderms/scutes running on its back, tail, and neck. Its mouth and the dent in its mouth is red in color, along with yellow eyes and red pupils. It also has white and black feathers on its arms.
- Like many other old, blocky creatures, it cannot move. Unless it grows up to juvenile or adult.