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GURPS Dinosaurs Table of Contents

Foreword

Introduction

  • About the Author
  • About GURPS

Timeline

Chapter 1: Paleozoic

  • Key to Animal Descriptions
  • Life in the Oceans
    • Ammonites
    • Jellyfish
    • Placoderms (Armored Fish)
    • Sea Scorpions (Eurypterids)
    • Sharks
    • Trilobites
  • Life on Land
    • Insects and Other Arthorpods
    • Amphibians
  • Reptiles and Synapsids
    • Coelurosauravus
    • Dimetrodon
    • Edaphosaurus
    • Lycaenops
    • Moschops
    • Ophiacodon
    • Scutosaurus
    • Titanosuchus

Chapter 2: Triassic

  • Cold-Blooded Killers?
  • Predators
    • Aliwalia
    • Coelophysis
    • Crocodiles
    • Cynognathus
    • Eoraptor
    • Erythrosuchus
    • Herrerasaurus
    • Liliensternus
    • Staurikosaurus
    • Ticinosuchus
  • Herbivores
    • Desmatosuchus
    • Euskelosaurus
    • Heterodontosaurus
    • Kannemeyeria
    • Massospondylus
    • Plateosaurus
    • Riojasaurus
  • Pterosaurs
    • Eudimorphodon
  • The Triassic Oceans
    • Cymbospondylus
    • Nothosaurus
    • Pistosaurus
    • Shonisaurus

Chapter 3: Jurassic

  • Dinosaur-Killers
  • Predators
    • Allosaurus
    • Ceratosaurus
    • Compsognathus
    • Dilophosaurus
    • Eustreptospondylus
    • Gasosaurus
    • Megalosaurus
    • Ornitholestes
    • Sarcosaurus
    • Sinraptor
    • Syntarsus
    • Teleosaurus
    • Torvosaurus
    • Yangchuansaurus
  • Herbivores
  • Sauropods
    • Amphicoelias
    • Apatosaurus (Brontosaurus)
    • Barapasaurus
    • Barosaurus
    • Brachiosaurus
    • Camarasaurus
    • Cetiosaurus
    • Dicraeosaurus
    • Diplodocus
    • Mamenchisaurus
    • Rhoetosaurus
    • Seismosaurus
    • Shunosaurus
    • Supersaurus
    • Volkheimeria
    • Volcanodon
  • Stegosaurs
    • Stegosaurus
    • Dacentrurus
    • Huayangosaurus
    • Kentrosaurus
    • Lexovisaurus
    • Tuojiangosaurus
  • Other Herbivores
    • Anchisaurus
    • Camptosaurus
    • Dryosaurus
    • Heterodontosaurus
    • Massospondylus
    • Othnielia
    • Lesothosaurus
    • Tianchisaurus
  • Pterosaurs and Birds
    • Archaeopteryx
    • Dimorphodon
    • Pterodactylus
    • Rhamphorhynchus
    • Sordes
  • The Jurassic Oceans
    • Cryptocleidus
    • Eurhinosaurus
    • Ichthyosaurus
    • Liopleurodon
    • Muraenosaurus
    • Ophthalmosaurus
    • Plesiosaurus
    • Temnodontosaurus

Chapter 4: Cretaceous

  • "Those which have feathers, and bite"
  • The Great Extinction
  • Predators
    • Abelisaurus
    • Acrocanthosaurus
    • Albertosaurus
    • Allosaurus
    • Baryonyx
    • Borogovia
    • Bruhathkayosaurus
    • Carnotaurus
    • Daspletosaurus
    • Deinocheirus
    • Deinonychus
    • Dromaeosaurus
    • Dromiceiomimus
    • Dryptosaurus
    • Estesia
    • Gallimimus
    • Giant Crocodile (Phobosuchus)
    • Giganotosaurus
    • Indosuchus
    • Madtsoia
    • Ornithomimus
    • Oviraptor
    • Saurornithoides
    • Saurornitholestes
    • Spinosaurus
    • Struthiomimus
    • Therizinosaurus
    • Timimus
    • Troodon
    • Tyrannosaurus
    • Utahraptor
    • Velociraptor
  • Herbivores
  • Ceratopsians
    • Anchiceratops
    • Arrhinoceratops
    • Centrosaurus
    • Chasmosaurus
    • Monoclonius
    • Montanoceratops
    • Pentaceratops
    • Protoceratops
    • Styracosaurus
    • Torosaurus
    • Triceratops
  • Nodosaurs and Ankylosaurs
    • Ankylosaurus
    • Edmontonia
    • Euoplocephalus
    • Hylaeosaurus
    • Minmi
    • Nodosaurus
    • Pinacosaurus
    • Saichania
    • Sauropelta
    • Tarchia
  • Hadrosaurs
    • Typical hadrosaur
    • Anatotitan
    • Corythosaurus
    • Edmontosaurus
    • Gryposaurus
    • Hadrosaurus
    • Lambeosaurus
    • Maiasaura
    • Parasaurolophus
    • Saurolophus
    • Shantungosaurus
  • Iguanontids
    • Iguanodon
    • Muttaburrasaurus
    • Ouranosaurus
  • Pachycephalosaurs
    • Goyocephale
    • Homalocephale
    • Pachycephalosaurus
    • Prenocephale
    • Stegoceras
    • Stygimoloch
  • Sauropods
    • Alamosaurus
    • Amargasaurus
    • Argentinosaurus
    • Hypselosaurus
    • Saltasaurus
    • Titanosaurus
  • Hypsilophodonts
    • Hypsilophodon
    • Leaellynasaura
    • Orodromeus
  • Other Herbivores
    • Camptosaurus
    • Wuerhosaurus
    • Tenontosaurus
  • Pterosaurs and Birds
    • Cearadactylus
    • Criorhynchus
    • Dsungaripterus
    • Pteranodon
    • Pterodaustro
    • Quetzalcoatlus
  • The Cretaceous Oceans
    • Archelon
    • Elasmosaurus
    • Ichthyosaurus
    • Kronosaurus
  • Mosasaurs
    • Platecarpus
    • Tylosaurus
  • Dinosaur Intelligence
    • Dinosaurs as PCs

Chapter 5: Rise of the Mammals

  • Paleontologists as PCs
  • Carnivores
    • Amphicyon (Bear-Dog)
    • Andrewsarchus
    • Basilosaurus
    • Bears
    • Borhyeana
    • Creodonts
    • Eusmilus
    • Hyena
    • Kangaroo, Carnivorous
    • Megalania
    • Megalodon
    • Megantereon
    • Pristichampus
    • Purrusaurus
    • Quinkana
    • Terror Cat
    • Thylacosmilus
    • Vampire Cat
  • Herbivores
    • Ambelodon
    • Anancus
    • Antelope
    • Arsinotherium
    • Brontotheres
    • Camels
    • Chalicotherium
    • Chapalmalania
    • Cuvieronius
    • Deinotherium
    • Dinohyus
    • Diprotodon
    • Doedicurus (Glyptodont)
    • Elasmotherium
    • Gigantopithecus
    • Ground Sloths
    • Hipparion
    • Horse
    • Indricotherium
    • Mastodon
    • Moropus
    • Platybelodon
    • Synthetoceras
    • Toxodon
    • Uinthatherium
  • Birds
    • Argentavis
    • Diatryma
    • Dromornis
    • Moa (Dinornis)
    • Phorusrhacus
    • Teratornis

Chapter 6: Pliocene AND Pleistocene

  • Carnivores
    • Bears
    • Cave Lion
    • Cheetah
    • Hyena
    • Jackal
    • Leopard
    • Lion
    • Megantereon
    • Rhamphosuchus
    • Sabertooth (Smilodon)
    • Scimitar Cat (Homotherium)
    • Teratornis
    • Terror Cat
    • Thylacoleo
    • Wolf
    • Wolverine, Pleistocene
  • Herbivores
    • Anancus
    • Antelopes
    • Aurochs
    • Baboon
    • Caribou and Reindeer
    • Cuvieronius
    • Deinotherium
    • Diprotodon
    • Dwarf Elephant
    • Eland
    • Elephant
    • Hipparion
    • Hippidion
    • Hippopotamus
    • Horse (Equus)
    • Ibex
    • Irish Elk (Megaloceros
    • Mammoth
    • Mastodon (Mammut)
    • Megatherium
    • Metridiochoerus
    • Pelorovis
    • Rhinoceros
    • Sivatherium
    • Toxodon

Chapter 7: The First Humans

  • Timeline of Human Evolution
  • The Genus Homo
    • Homo habilis
    • Homo ergaster and Homo erectus
    • Homo heidelbergensis
    • Neandertal Man
    • Cro-Magnon Man
  • Economy
    • Religion
  • Technology
  • Languages
    • Psionics and Magic
  • Character Creation
    • Homo habilis
    • H. habilis Height and Weight Table
    • Height and Weight Modifications
    • Australopithecine Characters
    • Homo ergaster and Homo erectus
    • Diet and the Place of Women
    • Technology, Language and Social Development
    • Homo heidelbergensis
    • The Eve Theory
    • Tool-Making Techniques
    • Neandertal Man
    • The Cave Bear Colt
    • What Happened to Neandertal?
    • H. sapiens sapiens In the Tropics
    • Domestication of Animals
    • Cro-Magnon Man
    • The Age of Art
    • The Venus Colt

Chapter 8: Ice Age Characters

  • Character Types
  • Advantages, Disadvantages and Skills
  • Advantages
  • Disadvantages
  • Skills
  • Shamanism
  • Social Status and Wealth
    • Jobs and Income
    • Job Table
  • Equipment
    • Weapon Table
  • Armor

Chapter 9: Prehistoric Campaigns

  • Time Travel
  • Lost Realms
    • The Lost-Realm Plot
    • After the Holocaust: The Next Ice Age
  • The Ice Age Campaign
    • Dinosaur Discoveries, by Decade
    • Technology and Colture
    • Campaign in Space: The Dragon Realm
    • Magic and Shamanism
    • Campaign Themes
    • Men of Stone
    • Paleozoic Adventures
    • Mesozoic Adventures
  • The Fractured History Setting
    • Alien Visitors
  • Caveman Slapstick
    • Recent and Future Adventures
    • Creatures
    • Technology
    • Slapstick Adventures

Glossary

Bibliography

  • Non-Fiction Books
  • Fiction
  • Movies
  • Software
  • Magazines

Index


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