| #020: Spinax
29 ft. - 8.8 m. (Large)
Featuring an Auto Counter ability, Spinax deals damage when attacked and is effective anywhere on the field!
Spinax has the Auto Counter ability. It can also raise the Defense of any ally once it learns Harden.
Had backbones that looked like long spikes.
|Fossil Fighters||Greenhorn Plains|
Trial Dig Site
|Fossil Fighters: Champions||Exchanged for DP|
Jungle Labyrinth (Rare)
Stats and Skills (Max Rank)
|Harden||---||50||Raise Defense |
Success rate: 100%
|Cyclonic Breath||132||260||Team Skill: Attack both AZ and SZ|
Super Revival forms
|Silver Head Fossil||Silver Body Fossil||Silver Arm Fossil||Silver Leg Fossil||Gold Fossil|
|500 20||500 20||500 20||500 20||560 100|
|77 5||72||82 10||72||89 5|
|36||46 10||36||41 5||42 5|
- Spinax's genus name used in Fossil Fighters is Altispinax. However, for a time the vertebrae used to identify it were given another name, Becklespinax. Altispinax was then considered a nomen dubium (Latin for "doubtful name"), represented in the series by the fact that, while Spinax's genus is still Altispinax in Fossil Fighters: Champions, it is identified as Becklespinax on the Champions official website. After another analysis conducted in 2016, Becklespinax is now recognized as a junior synonym for Altispinax, making the genus originally used in Fossil Fighters and Fossil Fighters: Champions correct.
- This is different from the nomenclature case of Shanshan. Coincidentally, both are Air element vivosaurs.
- In the Manga, Hunter does say he can "hear" Spinax's voice, however it's never explained.
|Fossil Fighters: Champions|
|Fossil Fighters: Frontier|