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These are seriously awesome, guys. Cool to look at, and helpful for writers and artists!
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Also showing the tar pits in a different location than from when the Megasaurus rex sinks into them... unless Megakat City has two tar pits both named "Megakat City Tar Pits."
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Kooshmeister wrote:Also showing the tar pits in a different location than from when the Megasaurus rex sinks into them... unless Megakat City has two tar pits both named "Megakat City Tar Pits."
I know it sounded like a joke when I mentioned it in The MEGA SWAT Kast, but the Megasaurus literally winds up back where it started.
The red arrow indicates the position of the Tar Pits.
It either circled the block, or it went one way down the street until it was successfully pushed back down the street by the Enforcers.
Also, in The Deadly Pyramid, you can almost see the Tar Pits, but not quite.
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