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The Tyrannosaur is a recurring enemy in the Final Fantasy series, based off the dinosaur of the same name. It has alternately appeared as a living dinosaur or as a reanimated skeleton. Several other Tyrannosaurus-based monsters have appeared in the series as well.
- Main article: Tyrannosaur (Final Fantasy)
- Main article: Tyrannosaurus
The Tyrannosaurus or T-Rex is a monster found exclusively in Porom's trial in the Advance and Complete Collection versions. This enemy counters elemental magic with higher-powered spells of its own.
- Main article: Tyrannosaur (Final Fantasy V)
- Main article: Tyrannosaur (Final Fantasy VI)
The Tyrannosaur is a dangerous enemy with a high experience yield. It can cast Meteor, and is capable of Pincer Attacking even if the party is equipped with an Alarm Earring.
- Main article: T-Rexaur
The T-Rexaur or Archeodinos is an extremely powerful foe that can be fought early in the game. Quistis Trepe uses this enemy to introduce the Escape command if Squall Leonhart is unfortunate enough to encounter one outside the Fire Cavern. They can also be found in the Balamb Garden training center, and on the Island Closest to Hell.
- Main article: Wild Saurian
The Tyrant genus of monsters are a class of enemies including the Archeosaur, Tyranorox, and Wild Saurian. The Wild Saurian in particular is notable for its ability to level up to 99 by eating the local wolves, despite being found directly outside Rabanastre.
- "Even in death, this monstrous skeletal lizard has not lost its taste for blood and flesh."
- —In-game description.
The Tyrannosaurus is a genus of dinosaur that lived during the late Cretaceous period. Its scientific name means "tyrant lizard", and the species Tyrannosaurus Rex is one of the largest land predators ever known and means "king of the tyrant lizards".
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