Let’s keep the Doom Kick Dino Riders train rolling and break out another classic beast, the Edmontonia. This Valorian tank was like the super big brother of the Ankylosaurus used by the Rulons in the series. There’s guns and armor and spikes and spinning arms; this dino is loaded! Let’s take a closer look.
The armor on the Edmontonia is quite large and very unique. Push down on the red tab behind the rider and the armor pops open revealing an array of more guns as well as two swinging blue arms that spin all the way around the dinosaur.
The armor opens up and makes for a really impressive looking battle mount.
Stripping the Edmontonia of armor you can see a little more clearly why this is a great choice for Dino Riders. It’s low to the ground and covered in its own spikes and armor before the Valorians ever added their technology.
You can also easily see why it gets related to the much smaller Rulon Ankylosaurus. These aren’t meant to be the same dinos but they are very similar. The Edmontonia is far more impressive due to its size, color scheme, and Dino Riders tech.
Inside the armor hides two blue arms that swing out when the armor opens up.
The blue hook pulls out and pushes back in again to swing the arms completely around the Edmontonia.
Axis is the rider that comes with the Edmontonia. He’s one of the better looking Valorians with an interesting uniform and colors that stick out among most of his fellow Dino Riders.
The Edmontonia is a mid-sized dinosaur and the armor makes it fit in well with the larger dinos such as the Torosaurus.
I’ve looked at a growing number of other Dino Riders toys here on Doom Kick. Don’t miss any of our coverage!
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