Dinosaur Book 1


Cauda blinked, still remembering his grandfather fondly. Lentus had taught him how to be a good leader, decisive and never second guessing how to run his kingdom. And it had worked. With the allosaurs supplied with constant fresh meat, the sauropods and their allies had not had to fight for their lives in years.


Cauda shook off his thoughts, and looked down at the creature trying to get his attention. It was a compsognathus, a small, nasty, but necessary to running the kingdom dinosaur species. They were the messengers between the herbivores and the carnivores, to ensure the peace. They weren’t often needed, but when they came around it usually caused an annoyance.

Cauda tried not to look annoyed. “Yes, yes, what is it?”

“Your majesty,” the compsognathus said, with a a bow. “My name is Callidus, newly assigned to the sauropod kingdom. “I’m afraid I have some bad news.”

Cauda chuckled. “You messengers are always the same. Very doom and gloom. So what is it this time?”

Callidus looked very solemn. He bowed his head. “It’s the allosaurs. They plan to attack.”

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