Bruh I got SO obsessed with these I became a breeder... next thing you know I've got a fortress under a waterfall next to the swamp wit 18 KAPROS just wandering my base, then someone came to raid me and the funniest thing happened, he shot ONE of them, then all 17 lunged so hard at him that HIS FRIKIN game CRASHED like, when u shoot my brethren the Kapros be like:
Before i tamed two female Kapros, they were both very good friends and were females i watched them hunt and decoded to tame them. They were so funny because they’d launch themselves in attempt to kill prey Slytherin and slamdunk bff’s.. Slytherin died today because of a therizino and it was a tough battle i feel horrible being there nearly killing us all. In memory of Slytherin a great fighter died December 7 2020.
Everyone knew what happened to those who ventured too deep into the redwoods. There were birds and bears and who know what else. Going in would be a death sentence. Coming out would be a miracle.
But as more humans built their bases in the swamps, Nox and the other Kapros had been forced back. Now, they were at almost constant odds with the birds and even their human riders.
Roughtooth snarled. “The humans made those birds take Cutter.”
“Well, we don’t know that for sure.” Pouncer replied.
“Those birds has saddled but no riders. They must’ve been tame.”
The tall trees hid more secrets than they could have expected. Archaeopteryx glided in the canopy. Gallimimus ran amok. And big horned dinosaurs bullied them all.
The birds were nowhere to be seen. But Nox could have sworn he saw a beak flash by in the bushes.
A growl sounded from behind. Nox turned around to see a large mammal barging towards them. The Thylo was right upon them when...
When Nox got back to his home under a small overhanging rock, everyone glared at him.
Well, both of them. Roughtooth and Roughtooth’s friend Pouncer.
“What’s the matter?” Asked Nox, flinging his kill at them.
“Wimp.” Muttered Roughtooth.
“Hey, I got two humans.” Said Nox innocently.
“Yeah, but they’re just humans. Hairless gigantopithecuses.”
Roughtooth looked concerned. About what? The snakes and the frogs and the bears- well, they hadn’t come near the kapro’s territory in months.
“The mauling birds got Cutter.”
The birds! Those bipedal menaces usually kept hidden in the redwoods. But every now and then...
“If you had been there, we would’ve fought them off. But you were galavanting around the swamp chasing monkeys!”
Nox was stunned. It wasn’t his fault. It really wasn’t!
But the birds had taken too much from Nox. Cutter was his closest friend.
It was time to fight back.
On a cliff overlooking the green obelisk zone, Sunny rested. “This is a long journey,” she panted. “I don’t know if I can make it.”
“Come on, we’re almost there.” Kai took out binoculars. “Looks like a therizino on that ridge and snakes below. We better be careful.”
“What are you doing here?” Roared a Rex, two Yutys backing him up. “This is our territory!”
The Yutys bit and clawed with determination, but Sunny dodged and flew high up. The Yutys walked away, but the Rex kept roaring until it was lost in the cacophony that what ensuing in the swamp.
“When the Serpenthorns took your friend, they injured me in the process. I had tried to rescue him.” He pulled up his shirt to reveal a deep scar on his side. “I knew then I had to rescue him because he saved me. He jumped in front of me. Instead of a broken skull, I just got a scar. I had to repay him. He was injured when they took him away.”
Nox looked up at Kai in awe. It was time to save Cutter.
Nox looked up from his kill to see two humans advancing towards him with pikes. He glowered and raced off. The metal weapons they wielded were very dangerous. Scampering away like a dilo, Nox heard the human’s voices.
“He’s a lot more wimpy than any kapro I’ve ever seen.”
Oh, you’ve had it. Thought Nox as he viciously sprang up onto the humans. Their screams echoed, mixing in with the hot swamp air.
“Nice kill.” Said Roughtooth, Nox’s older brother.
Nox dragged the two humans away. Roughtooth has been half sarcastic. So I’m a wimp. Thought Nox. I’ll show them.
Managed to get my first kapro pretty early game after it killed my parasaur and dilo. Luckily I had a bunch of meat from a dodo killing spree and from my recently killed dinos, so I managed to tame her. Now I have a mini army of 6 kapros. Amazing creatures! their boost ability is also super handy as it acts not only as an awesome attack move but also a great way of quickly leaping a good distance.
Sorry for my error in the last chapter, it was supposed to say “was ensuing in the swamp.”
This swamp was exactly like home... except for an intimidating structure sitting in the center. Sunny let them off at a cliff face, and Kai and the kapros climbed down.
The structure did not appear to have any guards or any door, so they moved closer. A rain of bullets began firing at them from somewhere, probably a defense mechanism, but Kai typed something into a keyboard placed in the side wall. The bullets stopped.
“They might come back on.” Said Kai. “Meanwhile, I should figure out how to hack into this system.”
Nox spotted a snake coming towards them. He killed it, and the kapros hungrily fed.
“We’re in.” Whispered Kai as a hidden door slid open. They crept inside.
The room they entered had no guards, and only a few dodos wandering around. They spied another door. It was unlocked.