It was a peaceful day when I went to carnivore island to tame a argy so I took my pterodoan and landed sent up a trap got it unconscious but then a t-rex covered in the blood of it's enemy's killed my pterodoan and the argy I was so striken with anger that I took my sword and I hacked at the rex till it finally died I was filled with a sense of relaxation and soothed I took the arms and hung them on my wall along with Mango my pterodoan and the argy's graves.
So I had just tamed my pteradon and put a saddle on and I named it Terry. I was on the edge of a river and I saw two allosauruses so I decided to pick up a dilo and throw it to them. After that I fell in love with my terry. I saw a big mountain and u decided to go to the peak so me and my Terry could feel kings of the island. When I was going up the mountain I saw a Griffin attacking some sabertooths so I decided to spectate and then the Griffin lost interest in the sabertooths and came straight towards me. As I just tamed it it had really slow speed so when I was flying back at full speed to my anky and trike the Griffin killed my pteradon just on top of the river so I had to stare at it falling to its death in the river.
I had a Pteranodon names Pops, Pops and I were hunting spinos. A spino broke out of the trap and Pops tanked the spino and fought back, giving me time to escape. Pops is honored by our whole tribe, Pops had a son named Pops Jr. who lives to this day. We also have another Pteranodon named RIP Pops. Pops’s legacy is carried on by the whole tribe and our tames. Pops will never be forgotten.#RIP Pops
I had a Pteranodon and we where hunting terror birds and on the way there I landed her because she was tired and then a spino attacked me. My pteranodon attacked and was killed I took out my pistol and killed the spino. I now shall kill all spinos.
“It’s because you’re staying calm,” Samuel told her. He looked down at the glowing Star, who scowled at Samuel.
“Liar,” Star seemed to be saying. Samuel rolled his eyes and looked back at the night of the forest. The cries of the raptors were coming closer, and Samuel was able to count three different pitched raptor sounds.
“There are three raptors,” Samuel murmured, “We can take them on with ease. Just remember to aim for the head.”
“O-Okay,” Aurora stuttered.
A bush rustled a few meters in front of Aurora, and Aurora winced.
“Prepare yourself,” Samuel warned.
The night was silent for a second, and at first there didn’t seem to be any danger. But with a sudden pounce, a raptor sprinted out of the bush in front of Aurora and dashed at her!
Aurora let out a battle cry and as soon as the raptor came into range, she made a jab and aimed at the raptor’s head. SPLISH! The spear made contact and the raptor’s jaw unhinged. Blood spilled out onto the ground, and Aurora pulled the spear out, making the raptor collapse to the ground. Two more raptors appeared from the foliage, one in front of Samuel and the other to their side. Samuel dealt a devastating blow to one of the raptor’s heads, clonking it so hard its head swung back like a spring. With a few more whacks the raptor went down.
The final raptor seemed to be smarter than its companions, because with a leap it landed atop Samuel. Samuel let out a gasp, as he felt the raptor’s claws pierce into his skin. The raptor swung its arms at Samuel’s face, scratching his cheek so hard it began to bleed.
“No!” Aurora screamed. She dug her spear into the raptor’s leg, and it let out a cry of pain as it fell off of Samuel. Aurora raised her spear into the air, and with a breath of air impaled the beast’s skull.
For a moment, all the two could hear were each other’s breaths. Samuel’s heart was racing, but even then it was starting to fade away. Samuel sat up, putting his hand to his cheek and feeling the blood trickle down.
“Well that hurts,” Samuel groaned, as he felt the stinging sensation reverberate around the wound. Aurora ignored Samuel, and walked up to the raptor Samuel had subdued. Aurora crouched down and listened to the raptor.
“This one’s still alive,” Aurora realized, taking his spear and preparing to kill the beast.
But before Aurora could, the soft crunch of leaves echoed and quickened throughout the forest. Aurora spun around to see a boy come skidding into the scene, waving his arms around in panic.
“W-WAIT! Don’t kill the raptor!” the boy shouted with a gasp. Aurora immediately aimed her spear at his head and Samuel crawled back a little.
“Who the heck are you supposed to be?” Aurora asked with a scrunched look on her eyebrows. The boy looked at Aurora, and upon the sight of the spear raised his arms up and let out a squeal of fear.
“Y-ya seriously don’t recognize me, valedictorian?” the boy sighed, “I can’t believe it. I thought I’d be less forgettable…”
“Well spit out your name! And what are your intentions running in here like that? And what do you mean we shouldn’t kill this beast? It’s a mindless machine out to eat us!” Aurora spat. The boy took a deep breath in and out, and for a split second the panicking look on his face vanished, but returned.
“It’s me, the one who bested you in a tennis match, at the beginning of the school year…” the boy reminded her, “It’s me… THE MAGNIFICENT BEN!”
Aurora and Samuel continued to follow the little dodo bird into the expansive forest. Aurora looked up at the stars so they could chart their location, and Samuel was gently rubbing his thumb across the implant he had stolen from Lil Jack. It was a dull gray, but he could still feel something coming from the gem.
“So, Samuel,” Aurora suddenly said, “You never really told me about yourself. Like what type of things you like.”
“Why are you asking me this now?” Samuel asked with narrowed eyes.
“Because, it’s good that we know each other a little bit better. That way we can work together and survive,” Aurora reasoned. Samuel pocketed the implant and sighed.
“But I’m not trying to survive, I’m trying to escape,” Samuel thought. Aurora let out a “Hmph!”.
“Fine. I’ll go first. I’d always wanted to run my own business,” Aurora said, “And, my favorite things are roses, chocolate ice cream, and cats. I love cats.”
“Chocolate ice cream?” Samuel said with a hint of disgust.
“Yes, it’s the best ice cream flavor ever! Why? What’s with that look on your face?”
“Nothing nothing,” Samuel replied.
“It better be nothing,” Aurora scoffed, “My taste is perfect.”
“What did you just say?!”
Just then, Aurora stopped in her tracks, her eyes still pinned to the night sky.
“A green beam of light just appeared in the sky,” Aurora announced. Samuel and Star looked up at the night sky, and Samuel’s eyes widened.
“What could that mean? Should we stay away or investigate?” Samuel asked. Aurora took a spear strapped to her back and slammed it into the soft earth.
“Let’s give it a shot. Low risk, low reward. Better now than never,” Aurora deduced. Samuel sighed and unhooked his hatchet.
“Fine. Let’s check it out. Star, let’s go to the light,” Samuel ordered his dodo bird. Star nodded and started to follow Samuel. Samuel walked with Aurora toward the green light…
Until they heard the cry of a raptor.
“Rats,” Aurora whispered, “We might have trouble.”
“We can’t outrun it,” Samuel remembered Neddy’s fact that raptors could outrun humans easily, “Our only chance is to fight it.”
“But how? They’re going to eat us right up like pudding,” Aurora said with a shaky breath, “I don’t want to die.”
“None of us will die.”
There was a moment of silence, as Aurora fought to keep her breath.
“Samuel? I’m… scared.”
“Just listen to what I have to say. We will survive,” Samuel reassured her, “Have your back against mine, that way none of us can be attacked from the back.”
Aurora pressed her back against Samuel’s, and Samuel could feel her heartbeat against his.
“You need to be as calm as can be. Adrenaline can only get you so far. Take a deep breath in with your mouth, and a deep breath out your nostrils.”
Aurora did just that, and Samuel could feel Aurora’s heartbeat steady. Then, Star began to glow, and the gentle lights that came from her chest carried to Samuel and Aurora’s minds.
“My mind feels clear all of the sudden,” Aurora gasped.
I had a female pteranodon named Mai. One time we were flying and I landed not seeing a Chalotherium right next to me. Mai was my first pteranodon ever so now I kill every one of those drunk cow looking bastards
So I have a pteranodon named Terri. I logged off and when I logged back on he was mid air far away over the ocean. Before this happened I made him ignore the wissle I tryed to wissle him and I failed. I have yet to get him back pls help he’s my only one.
One of my first tames was a pterodon. It was easy to tame so I decided I wanted one early so it would level up.Only later when I got the saddle is when I realized how important the pterodon was for taming and travel.It was a high level with good stats.I discovered how useful it was for raptor attacks when I got dismounted by one.My pterodon distracted it and I was able to get away.Later on the screen I saw “Purple Girl level .... killed a raptor level ....”I realized how strong it was and made the worst choice, to go to the swamp and tame a Sarco, Kapro, or bary. I got attacked by a raptor but it died to my pterodon. Little did I know the danger I got into. I was about to knock the bary when 20 snakes climbed the rock I was on and bit me. My pterodon distracted them while I got away. Later I saw “Purple Girl level .... was killed by titanaboa level 30” I was shocked and sad.I will forever remember her. One ⬆️ = one respectful person.Thank you if you like.
So I was on extinction and I fall off a hill into a ravine at that time I did not have a flyer (I was actually going to get one when this happened) so I am running and avoiding sarcos that is when I saw a PT (pteranodon) in the distance I run up and bola it and start shooting tranqs at it. It almost died in the taming process at like thirty health. While it was there unconscious I protected it against 2 sarcos and 2 defense units it was at like sixty taming when a defense came and killed it I died shortly after. One like equals one RIP for the unnamed PT
Once, me and my friend tamed a dark blue pt, whom I named Nightshade. Back then, my friend was bent on getting wyvern eggs, so we pumped levels into Nightshade and headed for the trench. When we got there, I was so nervous, it took like five minutes for me to get the egg and fly for my life. To no one’s surprise, we were chased by maybe four wyverns, but we were getting ahead…. until I ran out of stamina. Nightshade headed straight down but I wasn’t having it, so I parachuted off. I hightailed it on foot, but was still murdered to the parents. I respawned home, and got my stuff back (modded item retriever) including the egg, who was a high level poison wyvern who I named Medusa. The only thing I couldn’t get back was my Nightshade. Fast forward a few weeks and we come back to the wyvern trench. As we leave with another egg, I spotted something on Medusas back.
A name tag.
I head closer and see the familiar flapping, dark blue wings of my missed pteranodon. Nightshade survived all these days just a few feet from a wyvern trench! I immediately put her in a soul ball (modded cryopod), and flew home with a prideful heart. Until we took down the server, Nightshade lived with us, the hardy pt who bested a trench-full of wyverns.
Pteranodon Tales: Chap. Two: Locked Up (thanks for reading!)
When Leaf awoke, she was in a strange metal cage. Leaf looked around, she saw fences surrounding her cage, as well as other dinos. A moschops passed her cage, looking for resources. “Where am I?” asked Leaf. The moschops looked at her. “You are in the master’s new tamed cage. You will be let out when you behave and the master trusts you.” said the moschops. The moschops countinued walking and looking for resources. All of a sudden a wooden door opened and out walked the human who captured Leaf. The human walked over to the so called “new tamed cage”. “Hello my new Pteranodon.” Says the human. “What should I name you?” The human thinks for a few minutes. “How about… Forest?” Says the human. Leaf sqwaked that it wasn’t her name. The human took that as a yes. “Forest it is.” the human chuckles. “I have to collect the correct materials for a saddle for you. . .” says the human. Then the human left and went to find the resources. Soon, Leaf fell back asleep in the metal cage.