Dracorex is an unlockable dinosaur in Jurassic World: Evolution.
Dracorex fossils are unlocked once the player complete the mission "a commercial park" for the entertainment division on Isla Matanceros.
Base Stats (at 100% Genome)
- Frenchman Formation
- Hell Creek Formation
- Alpine Pattern
- Woodland Pattern
- Taiga Parttern
- Arid Pattern
- Vivid Pattern
Release From Hatchery
“All hail the 'dragon king'. The Dracorex. Sounds so intimidating. But, it's just a plant-eater. However, just in case they do rule the earth again, don't tell them I said that.”
- - Cabot Finch
- "The only Dracorex species known in the genus is Dracorex hogwartsia, so named after the Harry Potter books by J.K. Rowling."
- "Dracorex means "dragon king" because of the crown-like bony forms on her dragon-like skull. She once roamed North America."
Dracorex has 8 Gap ID slots to modify.
- Pachycephalosaurids like the Dracorex eat small amounts from ground herbivore feeders.
- They live in moderate social groups and also prefer to have a variety of other dinosaurs nearby.
- They like good open grassland areas with a slightly smaller coverage of forest.
- They are vulnerable to most predators, but can defend themselves from small carnivores.
|Ideal Population||2 - 12|
|Social Group||2 - 8|
|Health Recovery||0.14% / s|
|Comfort Recovery||0.70% / s|
|Medical Dart Resistance||60|
|Harmed By:||Tree Ferns|
|Feeder Type||Ground Feeder|
- Dracorex was a Pachycephalosaur that once lived in North America. Its name means "dragon king" because of the crown-like bony forms on its dragon-like skull. The only species in the genus is Dracorex hogwartsia, named after the Harry Potter books by J.K. Rowling.
- There is some discussion as to whether Dracorex and the very similar Stygimoloch are actually earlier growth stages for the Pachycephalosaurus.
- The only remains for Dracorex were dicovered in the Hell Creek Formation in South Dakota. So far only a skull and some skeleton fragments have been recovered.
- The Hell Creek Formation contains a wealth of dinosaur remains, including aquatic animals. It was a low floodplain and the rich soil supported a range of plants.