Deitch and her accomplice by flooding their van with water from a garden hose. Legend of the Phantosaur and caught. After a lengthy chase, Fred rammed the Phantosaur off a ledge where it disappeared. It had horns, spines growing from its back, and a tail that resembled a cross between the tail club of a Ankylosaur and the tail spikes of a Stegosaurus. According to legend, the Phantosaur was meant to be controlled by a tribe of Native Americans in order to drive away Spanish conquistadors. The same Phantosaur later attacked and Shaggy who were having a motorcycle race , this time with another Phantosaur. Babbit decided to use the legend to bring the Phantosaur to life.
The Fiery Phantosaur then attacked town area, terrorizing the locals before disappearing. Powers and abilities With a powerful bite, the Phantosaur could rip through anything, including solid steel. Later, it attacked Mystery Inc. They did this by using animatronic dinosaurs and coating them with glow paint. . Deitch explained that she used the legend of the Phantosaur to scare scientists away from the dig site because she believed that there was a hidden silver deposit deep underneath town.
It had a green glow on its body, which was done by adding glow paint. After having revealed themselves, Ms. Luckily, , , and the rest of the biker gang flushed out Ms. Winsor used his computer animation skills to create the Fiery Phantosaur. He then, with the help of Professor Svankmajer, set up several paint strippers throughout the town to make the Fiery Phantosaur breathe fire.
However, the Phantosaur turned against them and started attacking everything in site. The first Phantosaur attacked 's dig site and terrorized everyone there, including It then chased and , who tried to run away on a handle cart. Legend of the Phantosaur How the Fiery Phantosaur was created. It was fast enough to keep up with Shaggy and Scooby, who were riding on a handle cart and a motorcycle. The wet cables from the van caused an electric surge that short circuited the Phantosaurs. . .
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