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    Default Construction Equipment vs. Dinosaurs

    Bulldozer vs. Triceratops

    Excavator vs. T-Rex

    Crane with wrecking ball attachment vs. Stegosaurus

    Dump Truck vs. Apatosaurus

    Fight 1: Vehicles are driven by experienced operators.

    Fight 2: You and 3 of your buddies go up against the dinos. You get 1 hour practice.
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    科学のAIM天使 cosmic eagle's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by maczero View Post
    Bulldozer vs. Triceratops

    Excavator vs. T-Rex

    Crane with wrecking ball attachment vs. Stegosaurus

    Dump Truck vs. Apatosaurus
    1) Bulldozer. Those can destroy houses.

    2) T-Rex. More agile

    3) Crane. More power

    4) Apatosaurus. Nothing much the dump truck can do, unless this is one of those monster dumpsters in the quarries.

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    Dinosaurs.

    Living beings rarely lose to inanimated objects when no other living beings are involved.
    Suffering is a fact of life. You survive if you find a reason to endure it.

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    No, no, no! I'm having some sort of flashback to a truly dreadful movie called ''Killdozer''.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siriel View Post
    Dinosaurs.

    Living beings rarely lose to inanimated objects when no other living beings are involved.
    Damn, forgot about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siriel View Post
    Dinosaurs.

    Living beings rarely lose to inanimated objects when no other living beings are involved.
    I just added drivers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maczero View Post
    Bulldozer vs. Triceratops

    Excavator vs. T-Rex

    Crane with wrecking ball attachment vs. Stegosaurus

    Dump Truck vs. Apatosaurus

    Fight 1: Vehicles are driven by experienced operators.

    Fight 2: You and 3 of your buddies go up against the dinos. You get 1 hour practice.
    This was inspired by the Constructicons and the Dinobots wasn't it?

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    There's only one kind of modern vehicle that can defeat dinosaurs: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9c2K4Jl5LI
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    Quote Originally Posted by BitVyper View Post
    There's only one kind of modern vehicle that can defeat dinosaurs: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9c2K4Jl5LI
    Whew, I thought that was a clip from Carnosaur, where as far as I remember, a guy killed a T-rex with a forklift...

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    Forklifts ain't got shit on Jack Tenrec.
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    I'm betting on the machines.
    The tyrannosaurus's teeth just weren't made for chewing metal. And at equal size, machines tend to be stronger than living beings.
    And dinosaurs are far from invincible. It's been calculated that if a T-rex fell while running fast, the fall would break his neck.

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