|This article belongs to the Classic Continuity.|
Vaxasaurians are a dinosaur-like species from the planet Terradino.
Their evolved counterparts are Evolved Vaxasaurians.
Vaxasaurians are a humanoid dinosaur-like species, being biege in color. They have human-like hands with four fingers, each with large gray nails. They have long dinosaur-like tails and stand about 12 feet tall and can grow to about 60 feet tall.
When they grow, the Vaxasaurians' dinosaur features become more pronounced, growing Stegosaur-like plates on their back, a crest on their forehead and spikes on their tail. Also, on their shoulders, three plates separate and grow.
Female Vaxasaurians look like males, but wear bones and a big loincloth, much like that of a caveman. They also have five spikes on their head.
Vaxasaurians from Dimension 23 are greyish-cyan in color.
Powers and Abilities
Vaxasaurians have the power to increase their own body size and mass, which increases their strength and durability further.
They can also grow Stegosaur-like plates on their back, a crest on their forehead and spikes on their tail, with or without growing.
Vaxasaurians are able to survive in space for a few minutes.
They can move on all fours.
A Vaxasaurian's strength has a clear limit, as with such cases with moving and lifting beings or objects as heavy as a Tyrannopede, whose sheer weight proved a challenge for Humungousaur to manage.
Vaxasaurians are also very slow and combined with their naturally large physique, it makes them a very easy target for enemy attacks. Even their base size makes it impossible for them to fit into small spaces.
Vaxasaurians are extremely susceptible to electricity.
Notable Vaxasaurian Hybrids
- Fourmungousaur (½ Tetramand)
- Humungoopsaur (½ Polymorph)
- Ultimate Kevin (part Vaxasaurian)
- Liam (temporarily ½ Vaxasaurian in Outbreak)
Naming and Translations
|Spanish (HA)|| Vaxasaurio|
Vaxasuaurio (The Ultimate Heist)
| From Vaxasaurio, Vaxasaurian|
From Vaxasuaurio, Vaxasuaurian
Vaxasaurian comes from the Icelandic "vaxa", which means "to grow", and "sauria", which is a clade of lizards.