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==7.3 UPDATE==
 
==7.3 UPDATE==
Coming soon!
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Fossil models are simply models of the skeletons of mod dinosaurs. They are listed as [[mobs]] because they are coded as entities. All [[Prehistoric Creatures|prehistoric creatures]], with the exclusion of living fossils and [[quagga]], have fossil models in the 7.3 update.
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To create a fossil model, right-click to place a [[bio-fossil]] (for Mesozoic animals) or [[Tar Fossil|tar fossil]] (for Cenozoic animals) on the ground. A model of a random infant mob will spawn. To make them "grow," right-click them with bones. Punching the hitbox breaks the model, returning to the player the bio-fossil and bones.
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Right clicking a fossil model will rotate it in your direction, and right clicking it while holding the Sneak key will slowly move the fossil model in your direction.
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==PHOTO GALLERY==
 
==PHOTO GALLERY==
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<gallery widths="278">
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Screenshot_5.png|'''''Gallimimus Fossil Model'''''
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Screenshot_6.png|'''''Deinonychus Fossil Model (Old)'''''
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Screenshot_7.png|'''''Velociraptor Fossil Model (Old)'''''
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Screenshot_8.png|'''''Confuciousornis Fossil Model'''''
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Screenshot_9.png|'''''Ankylosaurus Fossil Model'''''
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Screenshot_10.png|'''''Brachiosaurus Fossil Model'''''
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Screenshot_11.png|'''''Triceratops Fossil Model'''''
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Screenshot_12.png|'''''Parasaurolophus Fossil Model'''''
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Screenshot_13.png|'''''Plesiosaurus Fossil Model'''''
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Screenshot_14.png|'''''Mosasaurus Fossil Model'''''
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Screenshot_16.png|'''''Dryosaurus Fossil Model'''''
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Screenshot_17.png|'''''Ceratosaurus Fossil Model'''''
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Screenshot_18.png|'''''Dilophosaurus Fossil Model'''''
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Screenshot_19.png|'''''Pachycephalosaurus Fossil Model'''''
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Screenshot_20.png|'''''Sarcosuchus Fossil Model'''''
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Screenshot_21.png|'''''Spinosaurus Fossil Model'''''
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Screenshot_22.png|'''''Therizinosaurus Fossil Model'''''
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Screenshot_23.png|'''''Stegosaurus Fossil Model'''''
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2018-05-07_09.51.07.png|''Allosaurus Fossil Model''
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2018-05-07_09.56.34.png|''Tyrannosaurus Fossil Model''
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2018-05-07_10.00.37.png|''Liopleurodon Fossil Model''
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2018-05-07_10.02.49.png|''Pteranodon Fossil Model''
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2018-05-07_10.09.23.png|''Mammoth Fossil Model''
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2018-05-07_10.10.40.png|''Titanis Fossil Model''
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2018-05-07_10.12.06.png|''Dodo Fossil Model''
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2018-05-07_10.13.20.png|''Smilodon Fossil Model''
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2018-05-07_10.14.47.png|''Phorusrhacos Fossil Model''
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2018-05-07_10.17.19.png|''Elasmotherium Fossil Model''
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2018-05-07_10.18.58.png|''Kelenken Fossil Model''
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2018-05-07_10.21.38.png|''Gastornis Fossil Model''
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2019-07-06_19.39.27.png|Platybelodon Fossil Model
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2019-07-06_19.png|''Tiktaalik Fossil Model''
 
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|-|7.2 Update=
 
|-|7.2 Update=
 
==7.2 UPDATE==
 
==7.2 UPDATE==
[[File:Mosasaurus.png|thumb|250x250px|A mosasaurus' fossil model]]
 
 
Fossil models are simply models of the skeletons of mod dinosaurs. They are listed as [[mobs]] because they are coded as entities. The dinosaurs that currently have fossil models are: [[allosaurus]], [[ankylosaurus]], [[brachiosaurus]], [[ceratosaurus]], [[compsognathus]], [[deinonychus]], [[gallimimus]], [[liopleurodon]], [[mosasaurus]], [[plesiosaur]], [[pteranodon]], [[spinosaurus]], [[stegosaurus]], [[triceratops]], and [[tyrannosaurus]].
 
Fossil models are simply models of the skeletons of mod dinosaurs. They are listed as [[mobs]] because they are coded as entities. The dinosaurs that currently have fossil models are: [[allosaurus]], [[ankylosaurus]], [[brachiosaurus]], [[ceratosaurus]], [[compsognathus]], [[deinonychus]], [[gallimimus]], [[liopleurodon]], [[mosasaurus]], [[plesiosaur]], [[pteranodon]], [[spinosaurus]], [[stegosaurus]], [[triceratops]], and [[tyrannosaurus]].
   
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== PHOTO GALLERY ==
 
== PHOTO GALLERY ==
 
<gallery>
 
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Allosaurus.png| An allosaurus model and some live gallimimus
 
 
Ankylosaurus-0.png|An ankylosaurus model
 
Ankylosaurus-0.png|An ankylosaurus model
Brachiosaurus.png|A brachiosaurus model
 
Ceratosaurus.png|A ceratosaurus model
 
 
Compsognathus-0.png|A compsognathus model
 
Compsognathus-0.png|A compsognathus model
 
Deinonychus-0.png|A deinonychus model
 
Deinonychus-0.png|A deinonychus model
Gallimimus.png|A gallimimus model
 
Liopleurodon.png|A liopleurodon model
 
Mosasaurus.png|A mosasaurus model
 
Plesiosaur.png|A plesiosaur model
 
 
Pteranodon-0.png|A pteranodon model
 
Pteranodon-0.png|A pteranodon model
 
Spinosaurus-0.png|A spinosaurus model
 
Spinosaurus-0.png|A spinosaurus model
Stegosaurus.png|A stegosaurus model
 
Triceratops.png|A triceratops model
 
 
Tyrannosaurus.png|A tyrannosaurus model
 
Tyrannosaurus.png|A tyrannosaurus model
 
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</gallery>
 
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[[Category:Bones]]
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{{Prehistoric Creatures}}
 
[[Category:Mobs]]
 
[[Category:Mobs]]
 
[[Category:Passive]]
 
[[Category:Passive]]

Latest revision as of 05:32, July 28, 2019

7.3 UPDATEEdit

Fossil models are simply models of the skeletons of mod dinosaurs. They are listed as mobs because they are coded as entities. All prehistoric creatures, with the exclusion of living fossils and quagga, have fossil models in the 7.3 update.

To create a fossil model, right-click to place a bio-fossil (for Mesozoic animals) or tar fossil (for Cenozoic animals) on the ground. A model of a random infant mob will spawn. To make them "grow," right-click them with bones. Punching the hitbox breaks the model, returning to the player the bio-fossil and bones.

Right clicking a fossil model will rotate it in your direction, and right clicking it while holding the Sneak key will slowly move the fossil model in your direction.

PHOTO GALLERYEdit

7.2 UPDATEEdit

Fossil models are simply models of the skeletons of mod dinosaurs. They are listed as mobs because they are coded as entities. The dinosaurs that currently have fossil models are: allosaurus, ankylosaurus, brachiosaurus, ceratosaurus, compsognathus, deinonychus, gallimimus, liopleurodon, mosasaurus, plesiosaur, pteranodon, spinosaurus, stegosaurus, triceratops, and tyrannosaurus.

To create a fossil model, right-click to place a bio-fossil on the ground. A model of a random infant mob will spawn. To make them "grow," right-click them with bones. The hitbox of these models, no matter what size, is a small area near the feet or arms, which can be hard to find. Right-clicking this hitbox with an open hand will rotate the model. Punching the hitbox breaks the model, returning to the player the bio-fossil and bones.

PHOTO GALLERY Edit

Dinosaurs

Defense PointsFire BallAllosaurusDefense PointsAnkylosaurusDefense PointsBrachiosaurusDefense PointsCeratosaurus
CitipatiCompsognathusDeinonychusDilophosaurusDefense PointsDiplodocusDryosaurusGallimimusOrnitholestesPachycephalosaurusDefense PointsParasaurolophusDefense PointsFire BallSpinosaurusDefense PointsStegosaurusDefense PointsTherizinosaurusDefense PointsTriceratopsDefense PointsFire BallTyrannosaurusVelociraptor

Aquatic Creatures

Alligator GarCoelacanthCrassigyrinusDiplocaulusHenodusIchthyosaurus
Defense PointsLiopleurodonDefense PointsFire BallMegalodonMegalograptusDefense PointsFire BallMosasaurusNautilus
PlesiosaurusSturgeonTiktaalik

Birds

ConfuciusornisDodoGastornisKelenkenPhorusrhacosTitanis

Mammals

Defense PointsElasmotheriumDefense PointsMammothDefense PointsMegalocerosPlatybelodonSmilodonQuagga

Pterosaurs

Pteranodon

Land Reptiles and Proto-mammals

Fire BallMegalaniaDefense PointsFire BallSarcosuchusEdaphosaurus

......Arthropods......

MeganeuraArthropleura

Upcoming

N/A

Enemies

Fire BallAnuAnubiteDead BonesDefense PointsFire BallEaster Egg MobFailuresaurus
Sentry PigmanTar Slime

Misc

Archaeologist VillagerFossil ModelPaleontologist VillagerTamed Zombie Pigman

Carnivores appear in red. Herbivores appear in green. Omnivores appear in light blue. Piscivores appear in dark blue. Enemies/misc appear in brown. Defense Points means the creature can break blocks. Fire Ball means the creature is an apex predator/boss.
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