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Re: Safari Ltd 2018 hopes and dreams
« Reply #80 on: September 05, 2017, 05:47:51 PM »
I like the previous ideas but my wishes would be: stegosaurus, triceratops new sculptures, new pachycephalosaurus, maiasaura, dicraeosaurus, allosaurus, baryonyx, daspletosaurus, marine and flying reptiles: pliosaurus and tupuxuara, and prehistoric mammals: mastodon, daeodon, new gastornis, brontops and again the arsinotherium :)


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Re: Safari Ltd 2018 hopes and dreams
« Reply #81 on: September 05, 2017, 07:29:15 PM »
I like the previous ideas but my wishes would be: stegosaurus, triceratops new sculptures, new pachycephalosaurus, maiasaura, dicraeosaurus, allosaurus, baryonyx, daspletosaurus, marine and flying reptiles: pliosaurus and tupuxuara, and prehistoric mammals: mastodon, daeodon, new gastornis, brontops and again the arsinotherium :)
I would rather see a Titans or a Phorusrhacos.

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Re: Safari Ltd 2018 hopes and dreams
« Reply #82 on: September 12, 2017, 02:04:07 AM »
i think it's about time that Safari Ltd or any major brands made an Estemmenosuchus figure. it's long overdue.

Why has the coolest looking animal never been made in toy form?

It was done, but very badly:


We need a better one.
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Re: Safari Ltd 2018 hopes and dreams
« Reply #83 on: September 12, 2017, 07:33:24 AM »
my expectations this year are zero...since last year we got a gorgeous new Psittacosaurus, I will take whatever comes this year and be content. If I were the demanding sort I would ask for Aquilops and a new Protoceratops though.....but for me last year is a tough act to follow.
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Re: Safari Ltd 2018 hopes and dreams
« Reply #84 on: September 12, 2017, 04:54:48 PM »
I would like to see a Protoceratops made too in all honesty. It would go great alongside the Velociraptor from this year, if done in the right scale (or even if not, could still look good alongside it, like in the case of the Safari Coelophysis and Postosuchus).

Honestly, I'd just like to see either that above, or a Regaliceratops, Styracosaurus, or a new Triceratops, for a ceratopsian figure this year. I would love to see an ankylosaurid as well. For theropods, I would honestly be fine with anything, but in particular I'd love to see their take on a Carnotaurus and Cryolophosaurus at some point. Maybe even a new Allosaurus and Stegosaurus.
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Re: Safari Ltd 2018 hopes and dreams
« Reply #85 on: September 12, 2017, 06:28:32 PM »
I am also in favor of a protoceratops. Western dinosaur companies like Safari, Collecta or Papo have yet to make a representative. Except for the missing Carnegie who made one in his early stage there has been no protoceratops made by dinosaur toy companies of a half decent life.

It is a dinosaur that is known more complete remains than tyrannosaurus and triceratops to put two examples, in fact was called the "sheep" of Cretácico by the amount of rest found.

On the other hand an olorotitan, tsintaosaurus and a prosaurolophus it is necessary that one day make the Safari company three dinosaurs lambeosaurinos quite rare.

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Re: Safari Ltd 2018 hopes and dreams
« Reply #86 on: September 12, 2017, 07:00:00 PM »
I am also in favor of a protoceratops. Western dinosaur companies like Safari, Collecta or Papo have yet to make a representative. Except for the missing Carnegie who made one in his early stage there has been no protoceratops made by dinosaur toy companies of a half decent life.

It is a dinosaur that is known more complete remains than tyrannosaurus and triceratops to put two examples, in fact was called the "sheep" of Cretácico by the amount of rest found.

On the other hand an olorotitan, tsintaosaurus and a prosaurolophus it is necessary that one day make the Safari company three dinosaurs lambeosaurinos quite rare.

The Safari authentic line Protoceratops looks very nice and it bigger then their toob one. But I wouldn't mind if we get a bigger one.  I hope Safari makes a Lambeosaurus magnicristatus as I find that crest looks cooler. An Olorotitan would be cool too.


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Re: Safari Ltd 2018 hopes and dreams
« Reply #87 on: September 13, 2017, 02:00:53 PM »
This night I dreamed that Safari posted on Facebook that their new dinosaurs would be announced today...or at least they would begin revealing them today...weird dream I guess...Though hopefully it wll become true

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Re: Safari Ltd 2018 hopes and dreams
« Reply #88 on: September 13, 2017, 02:26:47 PM »
It would be nice if your dream comes true soon haha. Hopefully they'll post more teaser images today.

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Re: Safari Ltd 2018 hopes and dreams
« Reply #89 on: September 13, 2017, 02:44:45 PM »
If I had to pick one genus I'd want to have representation in the latest line, I'd definitely say that Pachycephalosaurus needs a face lift. While we have CollectA's it seems a tad small. Personally something about as big as their latest Velociraptor would be the perfect scale.

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Re: Safari Ltd 2018 hopes and dreams
« Reply #90 on: September 13, 2017, 08:47:50 PM »
If I had to pick one genus I'd want to have representation in the latest line, I'd definitely say that Pachycephalosaurus needs a face lift. While we have CollectA's it seems a tad small. Personally something about as big as their latest Velociraptor would be the perfect scale.

I honestly am not a fan of the scales. I prefer that dinosaurs and prehistoric animals in general small and medium are made on an acceptable scale because they are more detailed figures and more finished than a miniature, without that that there are miniatures that are exceptional like for example figures of Safari, Collecta or the tupuxuara of Papo.

I agree with you.

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Re: Safari Ltd 2018 hopes and dreams
« Reply #91 on: December 06, 2017, 08:45:35 PM »
i think it's about time that Safari Ltd or any major brands made an Estemmenosuchus figure. it's long overdue.

Why has the coolest looking animal never been made in toy form?

Estemmenosuchus was made by Jurassic Park toys. OK, it's only ONE figure, but it's better than no figure at all. Cotylorhunchus has NEVER been made in toy form, and it would be about time someone thinks of making one.