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Dinos On Television

Now what you are about to witness is a dinosaur game show like no other. It is so thrilling, so suspenseful, and downright prehistoric. Let me explain the rules.
To contestants will be put face to face and asked a dinosaur question. Whoever wins will move on to there opponent who has already won.
Each contestant will spin the time wheel to see if their dinosaur is from the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous. Next they will see if it is a carnivore, omnivore, or herbivore. After that they will get their dinosaur.
The two dinos will be pitted together to see which dinosaur will conquer. There are three rounds of fighting. Between each round a contestant will be asked a question. If they answer correctly they will get a bonus award for their dinosaur. For example if you have a raptor and answer the bonus question right, then you might get four more raptors for a pack attack.
The winner will win a wonderful dinosaur prize. Now that we know the rules, lets begin.

"Hello and welcome to today's episode of Dinos on TV. I'm your host Me. Thank you, thank you. Today's contestants are James Trivwell from Anchorage Alaska, competing against Edwin Smith from Sidney Australia.
Whoever wins this round will compete against Haley Hartkall from La Paz, Bolivia."

Now the contestants will be asked several dinosaur questions to win.
First question goes to James Trivwell. True or False is Pstilophosaurus a true dinosaur?
"Um, I believe not."
"Correct, I just made the dinosaur up."
"Now Edwin," What year was T-rex discovered?
"Lets See, 1921."
"I'm sorry that was incorrect, if you don't know the answer and you would like to, continue reading in other episodes to find out. But it looks like James is our winner, so he will be competing against Haley next time on Dinos On TV!"

from T-master, age ?, ?, ?, ?; February 6, 2002

"Welcome back to, Dinos on Television! I'm your host me. Last time James Trivwell defeated Edwin Smith and is competing against Haley Hartkall. If you do not know the rules of the game please go up a little and read the rules. Now to begin."
"James since you're the defending Champion you get to spin the Time Wheel first!"
Spinning, spinning, still spinning, is it going to be Triassic, Jurassic, or Cretaceous?
"It's Jurassic folks! Now spin again, ha that rhymes."
Spin, spin, twirl and whirl, twist and turn, STOP!
"It's a carnivore!"
What's it going to be, what's it going to be?
"It's a, a megalosaurus. Megalosaurus was almost thirty feet long and weighs a little over 1 ton."
"Now it's your turn Haley."
It's so exciting what time is it going to come from?
"It's from the Cretaceous everyone, the cretaceous!"
If it's a carnivore than it might be something big, this is tense.
"It's a herbivore!"
Spin, spin, spin, this is the final moment.
"Torosaurus! This dino, much like triceratops has three horns and a frill to protect its neck. Its frill is almost ten feet long!"
" This is going to be a tough battle. Let's have the audience vote who they think is going to win."
The votes are in, Torosaurus has 124 votes that's way higher than megalosaurus's 41 votes.
"I'm not surprised, Toro weighs three more tons than mega. I can see James looks worried knowing that the odds are against him. Well we'll just have to see what happens."

from T-master, age ?, ?, ?, ?; February 28, 2002

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