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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*[[File:Skeleton Rex French Name.jpg|right|200px]]In the game's French version, the enemy description says it's a [[wikipedia:Brontosaurus|brontosaurus]]' skeleton, despite it looking more like a tyrannosaur. This is probably a confusion due to the brontosaurus's name etymology, coming from the ancient Greek ''βροντή'' (thunder) and ''σαῦρος'' (lizard), and whose English description says it's a thunder lizard skeleton.
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*[[File:Skeleton Rex French Name.jpg|right|200px]]In the game's French and Italian version, the enemy description says it's a [[wikipedia:Brontosaurus|brontosaurus]]' skeleton, despite it looking more like a tyrannosaur. This is probably a confusion due to the brontosaurus's name etymology, coming from the ancient Greek ''βροντή'' (thunder) and ''σαῦρος'' (lizard), and whose English description says it's a thunder lizard skeleton.
 
[[Category:Skeletal Monsters]]
 
[[Category:Skeletal Monsters]]
 
[[Category:Order of Ecclesia Enemies]]
 
[[Category:Order of Ecclesia Enemies]]

Revision as of 16:18, January 20, 2020

The Skeleton Rex is an enemy in Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia. It is a fossilized thunder lizard, given life by an evil will.

Description

The Skeleton Rex are the reanimated remains of a tyrannosaur that still roam the Skeleton Cave. It is a bulky and resilient enemy that paces and sprints in a most peculiar manner. Its attacks consist in biting with its powerful jaws, building up a pounce that lands with a snap, and breathing an elemental stream.

As with all enemies in the Skeleton Cave, it is weak to Strike and Flame, so equipping a Macir glyph is recommended when fighting them.

Enemy Data

Skeletonrex
No. Name JPN HP ATK
42 Skeleton Rex 184 37
Tolerance Weakness
Ice, Darkness Strike, Flame, Light
Location Drop Glyph EXP AP
Skeleton Cave - - 105 2
Description "A fossilized thunder lizard, given life by an evil will."

Trivia

  • Skeleton Rex French Name
    In the game's French and Italian version, the enemy description says it's a brontosaurus' skeleton, despite it looking more like a tyrannosaur. This is probably a confusion due to the brontosaurus's name etymology, coming from the ancient Greek βροντή (thunder) and σαῦρος (lizard), and whose English description says it's a thunder lizard skeleton.
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