Jurassic World: Chaos Effect

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What dinosaurs should be added next?

  1. Gojirasaurus (seriously, it's a real thing)

    3 vote(s)
  2. Sarcosuchus (even though it's not a dinosaur)

    1 vote(s)
  3. Protoceratops

    0 vote(s)
  4. Archaeopteryx

    0 vote(s)
  5. Camarasaurus

    1 vote(s)
  6. Corthyosaurus

    0 vote(s)
  7. Ouranosaurus

    0 vote(s)
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    Jurassic World: Chaos Effect
    “Because the history of evolution is that life escapes all barriers. Life breaks free. Life expands to new territories. Painfully, perhaps even dangerously. But life finds a way.”
    -Michael Crichton

    Overview: InGen, the brainchild of the eccentric millionaire John Hammond, has made the most important advancement in all of human history. Through extracting the blood of mosquitoes, trapped in hardened amber for millions of years, we now hold the tools to clone dinosaurs after they had been wiped from the face of the Earth. Seeing the potential for this technology, InGen invested large sums of money into a top-secret project, one that had been meticulously negotiated with the Costa Rican government and hidden from the public.
    This project was to be known as Jurassic Park, a place where rich and poor alike could gaze upon the extinct beasts of the past. However, things took a turn for the worse during the Isla Nublar Incident of 1993. Several people were killed or had disappeared as a result of a containment failure. The park's main attractions set themselves free and ran amok across the island, and elsewhere InGen watched in horror as their funds were depleted. Jurassic Park had failed. Or so the story goes.
    In 1998, a man by the name of Simon Masrani purchased the remnants of the disgraced company and went ahead with his own vision. With the acclaimed scientist Henry Wu working with the Masrani Corporation, the dream to make a dinosaur-themed amusement park was reborn. The year is 2003. Dinosaurs continue their reign over Isla Nublar, and it is up to you to put an end to it all. Masrani and its executives want the specimens kept alive for the brand new Jurassic World.

    The Plot: Long story short, you have been hired by Simon Masrani himself for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Rebuilding Hammond's dream park cannot commence without securing the countless dinosaurs that have taken control there. Several outposts and research stations are all that remain usable (and safe) for others assigned to the job. The mountainous southwest corner of the island has been reclaimed by InGen, but rebuilding is a daunting task. Viscous predators lurk in the jungles, patiently waiting for any human to wander by, only for that person to vanish moments later. No expense has been spared with security.
    You are the best of the best. Lives are on the line, and in the thick forests of Isla Nublar awaits a new terror, unlike any other previously seen by human eyes: Dinosaur hybrids.
    Priorities: Study, contain, or kill.

    List of carnivores in Jurassic World (open)
    Tyrannosaurus Rex

    List of herbivores in Jurassic World (open)

    List of hybrids in Jurassic World (open)
    Amargospinus (Amargosaurus + Spinosaurus) (Omnivore)
    Ankyloranodon (Ankylosaurus + Pteranodon) (Piscivore)
    Pachysaurolophus (Pachycephalosaurus + Parasaurolophus) (Herbivore)
    Paradeinonychus (Parasaurolophus + Deinonychus) (Omnivore)
    Proto-Indominus Rex (Tyrannosaurus Rex + Velociraptor) (Carnivore)
    Stegospinus (Stegosaurus + Spinosaurus) (Herbivore)
    Tanaconda (Tanystropheus + Anaconda) (Carnivore)
    Ultimasaurus (Tyrannosaurus Rex + Triceratops + Velociraptor + Ankylosaurus + Stegosaurus) (Carnivore)

    Map of Isla Nublar

    Bio (2 paragraphs minimum):

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    A Guide to Hybrids:
    Length: 60 ft.
    Height: 40 ft.
    Weight: 18 tons
    Danger Level: 4
    A surprisingly agile behemoth, the Amargospinus is ferocious, but rarely exhibits higher intelligence.
    Length: 25 ft.
    Height: 14 ft.
    Weight: 9 tons
    Danger Level: 3
    Although flight is a rarely-seen feat of the Ankyloranodon, it is just as deadly on the ground as it is in the air.
    Length: 13 ft.
    Height: 5 ft.
    Weight: 154 lbs.
    Danger Level: 1
    The Pachysaurolophus is relatively harmless. When threatened, however, it lashes out against any daring opponent.
    Length: 19 ft.
    Height: 8 ft.
    Weight: 1,550 lbs
    Danger Level: 3
    Despite having the DNA of a peaceful herbivore, Paradeinonychus is extremely dangerous, even to other raptors.
    Proto-Indominus Rex
    Length: 50 ft.
    Height: 22 ft.
    Weight: 11 tons
    Danger Level: 5
    The Indominus Rex is the crowning achievement of dinosaur fusion. Anything that moves is theirs to kill.
    Length: 30 ft.
    Height: 7 ft.
    Weight: 4 tons
    Danger Level: 2
    Stegospinus, while being a rare breed of hybrid, is no stranger to combat with other dinosaurs much larger than it.
    Length: 18 ft.
    Height: ???
    Weight: 1752.67 lbs
    Danger Level: 2
    Much like the serpents imbued into its genes, the Tanaconda constricts whatever unlucky creature stumbles upon it.
    Length: 42 ft.
    Height: 20 ft.
    Weight: 8.6 tons
    Danger Level: 5
    The quest to create the ultimate killing machine started with the Ultimasaurus. It is nearly indestructible.
    #1 Uncle Legens Legentis, Jan 22, 2016
    Last edited: Jan 22, 2016
  2. I'm so in!
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  3. I'm in.

    You gave me chills with your descriptions of the hybrids; I actually looked over my shoulder, haha.
  4. 2spooky4u

    Say, do you think it'd be good if I changed the title to Jurassic World: Operation Genesis?
    I'm trying to decide if that sounds better.
  5. I think Chaos Effect would be better, but that's only because it's a direct and awesome reference to the original story/movie. Plus anyone who's seen the movies would get the reference. xD
  6. So, just a few quick that I probably should've mentioned earlier:

    The Proto-Indominus won't have the same abilities that it did in the film. This is a primitive specimen. For those who have read the novel The Lost World, it was Carnotaurus that had camouflage powers, ergo the Indominus here won't have it.

    The Dilophosaurus will vary in size, from their small stature in the films up to raptor-scale.

    Troodon will possess their venomous, hallucination-inducing bite from Jurassic Park: The Game.

    There will be two breeds of Mosasaur. The one from the film, as well as the Tylosaurus from the aforementioned game.

    Site B might be included.

    The Tyrannosaur is indeed Rexy from the films. Therefore she is not going to be killed.
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  7. Perhaps an inclusion of Biosyn could work for having human antagonists.
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