Stego

Stego
Stego.jpg
A complete Stego fossil
Parts Stego Tail
Stego Torso
Stego Skull

The Stego or Stegosaurus is a structure made up of three separate fossil that appears in all of the games so far in the Animal Crossing Series.

Contents

[edit] Museum

[edit] Animal Crossing

"Dare I believe it? Might this not be some cruel dream? Nay, it is true, indeed! I say to you: HOOOO! Spectacular! Superb! My whole being thrills! Now then, where to begin? Much has been written about the noble stegosaurus... It was the largest of the plated dinosaurs, and lived during the late Jurassic period, wot wot. It is famous for the two rows of alternating, bony plates surmounting its body and its four formidable tail spikes. Ka-smash! Yes, that’s correct. It’s a tail-spike chop! Oh... Please pardon me! I was overcome with emotion."

[edit] Animal Crossing: Wild World

"It emerged right around the middle of the era when dinosaurs roamed the earth. The diamond-shaped plates embedded along its back are actually made of bone, wot? Indeed, they were used to keep it cool and also to thwart its enemies. Ah. Hoo. Indeed, so sorry. Stegosaurs never fail to set my beak blabbing!"

[edit] Animal Crossing: City Folk

"...It is done! Hootie hoo, the stegosaurus is all done! Absolutely spectacular! The stegosaurus appeared in the middle of the days of the dinosaurs. Its defining characteristics were the plates extending out of its back. These were actually bones, eh wot? They were used to regulate the beastie's body temperature, much as an elephant uses its ears. Its brain was so small, if you stomped its tail, it would not feel it for some time! Or so they say. HOO! I...beg your pardon! I was so enthralled I...I spouted hot air like a boiling teapot, eh wot?"

[edit] Stego Bones

Name HRA Points Selling Price Available
Stego Tail 1,000 Points 4,000 Bells Underground
Stego Torso 1,000 Points 4,500 Bells Underground
Stego Skull 1,000 Points 5,000 Bells Underground
Last edited by Aurigae on 22 September 2012 at 03:32
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