Carnegon
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Encyclopedia Number 025
Type Metal
Species Dinosaur
Height 7'09"
Weight 672.3 lbs.
Evolves Into N/A
Evolves From Irodon
Egg Group Monster
Ability Unknown

 Carnegon is a Metal Type Dinosaur Meta Monster. It transforms from Irodon at Level .

Biology[edit | edit source]

Physiology[edit | edit source]

Carnegon is a large dinosaur/dragon-shaped creature. The creature's head and body have armored upper halves and unarmored lower halves. The armored halves are light silver and the bottom halves are dark orange. Carnegon has two large eyes, and a distinct lower jaw. The head also has a large, translucent, orange sail on the back of its head. The base of the neck has two crevasses on the torso. The neck is long, thick, and dark gray. The four legs are dark gray, and they each end in three clawed feet. Carnegon has a large two-humped sail on its back. The tail is long, with three progressively-smaller orange sails running down it, and a diamond-shaped fin on the tip.

Abilites[edit | edit source]

Carnegon's sail can secrete a molten metal-like substance that burns human skin to the touch.

Behavior[edit | edit source]

Carnegon is a very ferocious creature that generally revels in fighting.

Habitat[edit | edit source]

Carnegon are normally found in deserts or rocky places.

Metamorphosis[edit | edit source]

It transforms from Irodon at Level .

Encyclopedia Entry[edit | edit source]

"The orange sail on Carnegon's back secretes molten steel when Carnegon consumes enough food."

Known Moves[edit | edit source]

Coming soon...

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Carnegon is the twenty-fifth Meta Monster in the Encyclopedia.
  • Coincidentally, Andrew Carnegie actually does have a real dinosaur named after him: Diplodocus carnegii.

Origin[edit | edit source]

Carnegon is based on an dimetrodon. It also may be based on a dragon of some kind. Its head resembles that of a Sphenacodon.

Name Origin[edit | edit source]

Carnegon is a combination of dragon or dimetrodon, and the "carne" part is a reference to steel tycoon Andrew Carnegie.

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