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Jurassic World


    Claire Dearing 
The park director.
  • Action Girl: Becomes this near the end of The Fallen Kingdom.
  • Action Survivor:
  • Adaptational Badass:
  • Adaptational Jerkass:
  • Adaptational Personality Change:
  • Adrenaline Makeover:
  • Adult Fear:
  • The Alcoholic: Is a notorious one on Isla Nublar.
  • An Arm and a Leg: Loses a forearm at the end of the climax.
  • Animal Motifs: Snakes. Her ring features a couple of snakes and she has a special relationship with the Indominus, which has sometimes snake-like manners in addition of having Snake DNA.
  • Anti-Hero:
  • Arch-Enemy:
    • Wu became this when she became park director, a position he coveted.
    • The Indominus is this during the Fall of Jurassic World.
  • Ascended Fangirl: A twisted version of this trope is used in Dearing's case as she is a Tolkien's Legendarium fan who ends up realizing that she became somekind of a mix between Turin Turambar and Ar-Pharazon, two characters who triggered the fall of their kingdoms: Numenor for Ar-Pharazon, and Nargothrond for Turin (who acted not as its king but as a general and a top-advisor. While the destruction of the park by Mount Sibo's eruption can be reminiscent of that of Numenor, the Indominus is similar in some ways to Glaurung, Turin's nemesis.
  • Authority Equals Asskicking:
  • Bad Boss:
  • Beauty Is Never Tarnished: Averted. She gets disfigured by the Indominus and loses a forearm to her jaws.
  • Belligerent Sexual Tension: With Grady.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Her arrival at the Palace's front courtyard after her apparent suicide distract the Indiminus long enough for the grey guards to launch their counter-attack.
  • Break the Haughty:
  • Character Development:
  • Clothin Damage: Over the course of the story, her blouse and her pair of jodhpurs gets damaged and by the end of her final confrontation with the Indominus, what remains of her clothes is a ragged short.
  • Combat Stilletos: Averted. Grady gives her a pair of hiking shoes when they go search Zach and Gray in the reserve and during the climax, she wears a pair of grey guard's boots.
  • Contralto of Danger: Is described having a deep voice full of assurance and natural authority.
  • Control Freak:
  • Cool Aunt: To Zach at least, as she warmly welcomes him and gives him advices. She and Gray have more difficulty to connect.
  • Covered in Gunge: Cover herself in volcanic mud when she is about to ambush the Indominus on the reef barrier.
  • Create Your Own Villain:
  • Deadpan Snarker:
  • Despair Event Horizon:
  • Determinator:
  • Did You Just Flip Off Cthulhu?: Taunts and insult the Indominus on multiple occasions during the climax.
  • The Dragon Slayer: She becomes this at the end by not only facing but also mortally wounding the Indominus.
  • Drives Like Crazy:
  • Driven to Suicide: She attempts to cast herself on a sword after leaving Burroughs with the intent of not evacuating in order to not face humiliation upon her return on the mainland[[spoiler:She fails this attempt though and instead decide to go back to Burroughs and confront the .
  • Drowning My Sorrows: Several times when she is not in the wilderness, due to the stress caused by the whole island falling apart and her own future becoming very uncertain.
  • Fan Disservice: When she strike the Indominus from below on the reef barrier, the narration specify that the only clothes she is wearing is her pair of jodhpurs, which had been reduced to a ragged pair of shorts. But not only she has covered her entire body with volcanic mud to hide her scent, her eyes are bloodshot but the Indominus clawed her face and upper torso moments earlier. Later, as she is dragged underwater along the Indominus by the mosasaur, the mud and the blood on her are washed off but she loses her right forearm in the process. When Grady get her out of the lagoon and help her walk towards the Discovery Center while waiting for a rescue helicopter to come, she might be nearly naked but she had been mauled and is dying.
  • Fiery Red Head: She has red-hairs and is Hot-Blooded.
  • Genre Savvy: Dearing's knowledge of Norse Mythology and The Children of Húrin, which is established in the exchange she had earlier with the Tun-Si cleaning lady, very probably helped her defeat the Indominus at the end. How? She hide in a pit and wait for the Indominus to pass over her so she can strike her from below. In their respective stories, Sigurd/Siegfried and Turin Turambar use the very same tactic to slay their draconic enemy, i.e Fafnir for Sigurd/Siegfried and Glaurung for Turin.
  • Godzilla Threshold:
  • Has a Type: According to Cruthers, Krill and Young, her type would be guys like Aragorn, Conan, John Carter and Geralt of Rivia.
  • Honor Before Reason:
  • Hot-Blooded:
  • Lady Swears-a-Lot: Drops a few swears whenever she is annoyed or stressed.
  • Luke, You Are My Father: Discovering that her DNA is among the Indominus' genetic makeup really upsets her.
  • Mercy Kill: Hamada forces her to grant him one.
  • Ms Fan Service:
  • My God What I Have Done:
  • Nerds Are Sexy:
  • Nice Hat: She wears a large-brimmed fedora at one point just before the ending.
  • Nice to the Waiter: In The Fallen Kingdom, she offers some rum to an old cleaning lady.
  • Pop-Cultured Badass: She is a fan of Tolkien's Legendarium, Mass Effect, and seems to be familiar with Allan Quatermain and Franchise/Alien. As she calls J.J Abrams and Rian Johnson clowns at one point, one could count her among the Star Wars fans disappointed by the sequel trilogy.
  • Precision F-Strike:
  • Pride Before a Fall:
  • Sanity Splippage: The fall of Jurassic World gradually erodes her sanity, up to a point where she threatens her subordinates and almost kill Ivan Preston in an outburst of anger.
  • Sex for Solace: Has some with Grady early in The Fallen Kingdom.
  • Skewed Priorities: During a scene where she and Leon have to drive fast out of an area being striked by volcanic bombs, she takes the time to scold Leon when he whines too much and express her dislike of the Star Wars sequel trilogy and its directors and producers.
    Leon: "Faster! I don't want to die as a virgin and without seeing the end of the Star Wars sequel trilogy!"
    Dearing: "Shut up! You won't miss anything given the poor quality of the first two parts! J.J Abrams and Rian Johnson are clowns you hear me?! Clowns! And don't tell me about Kath...!"
  • Silk Hiding Steel:
  • Smart People Wear Glasses: Downplayed. She only wear glasses when reading or working on a computer.
  • Sword and Gun: She use this combo during the climax.
  • Took a Level in Badass:
    Zara Young 
Claire Dearing's assistant.
    Regina Powers 
The park’s public relations manager.
    Ramon Figueres 
The park's chief steward.

Control Room

    Lowery Cruthers 
The control room's chief technician.
  • Adorkable:
  • Amicable Exes: With Krill. They dated when she was still in college but have since parted on good terms. Unlike his film counterpart, Cruthers is a married man and a father by the time of the story's events.
  • Ascended Fanboy: He became something of a Jurassic Park fan in the aftermath of the San Diego Incident. Years later, he was hired at its successor park.
  • Deadpan Snarker:
  • Hipster: At one point, Dearing implies that he has a moustache like one.
  • Servile Snarker: To Dearing. He will obey to her orders but not without making some criticism or sarcastic comment.
    Vivian Krill 
A technician and Cruthers' best friend.
    Neil Harriman 
The liaison technician with the Grey Guard.
    Daniel Connors 
A technician.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: As a former Stanford student, he is able to answer the enigma that protects Wu's logbook. He only has two appearences before Dearing ask him to answer the enigma.
    Katie Adamson 
A technician in charge of the Reserve's monitoring.

Park Keepers

    Jonas Roth 
The chief park keeper and large theropods curator.
    Owen Grady 
A keeper who specializes in raptor behavioural research. Before working at Jurassic World, he was part of the US Navy Marine Mammal Program.
    Barry Sembène 
A French keeper who works with Grady on the IBRIS program.
    Leon Evans 
An intern under Owen Grady's supervision.
  • Ascended Extra:
  • Too Dumb to Live: At least in Grady's opinion. Not only does he accidentally fall into the paddock attempting to retrieve an escaped piglet, he also turns his back to the bars, which is a no-no.

Veterinary team

Jurassic World's newest veterinary.
A veterinary assistant.


    Lambert Ross 
The innkeeper of The Merry Iguanodon and a former soldier of InGen Security.
A safari guide.

InGen Genetic Division

    Henry Wu 
InGen's top scientist since the 80s and director of the genetic division.
    Ivan Preston 
Wu's right-hand man.

InGen Security Division


    Victor Hoskins 
The director of the division.
    Edward Torres 
The commander of the division's forces and Hoskins' right-hand man.
  • Adaptational Job Change: He was an unnamed private military contractor in the 2015 film, he's here the security division's number two.
  • Ascended Extra: He is based on the character portrayed by Michael Papajohn in the film and has an extended role in this fic.
  • Bald of Evil:
  • Beard of Evil: Has a goatee.
  • Number Two: Is this within the division.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: He exfiltrate Wu and his team from Nublar, allowing them to continue their research somewhere on the mainland.

The Slayers

    In General 
The Slayers are InGen's own black-ops team, originally created during the Saurian Wars to defend the construction sites and crews against the attacks from feral dinosaurs.
  • Arch-Enemy: Were this to the feral carnivores of Nublar during Jurassic World’s construction. Become this to the grey guards.
  • Black Knight: While not technically knights, the Slayers’ appearance evoke this.
  • Blood Knight: They are violent in battle.
  • The Brute : In Gen use them for their black-ops operations.
  • Canon Foreigner:
  • Cool Mask: The Slayers' faces are often concealed behind frightening mask-like visors whose lower part have a series of slits designed to evoke a row of sharp teeth.
  • Court-Martialed : Sherman, Decker, Olsen and Faraci were put on trial and excluded from the United States Armed Forces for dishonorable discharges, rape in the case of Faraci, murder for Olsen and Decker, and covering a murder for Sherman.
  • Dark Is Evil: Zigzagged. While all the Slayers wear a black attire, their degree of evilness varies from member to member with punch-clock villains and affable individuals like Sherman and Cortes to sociopathic soldiers and total monsters like Faraci.
  • Doom Troops:
  • The Dragon Slayer : Style themselves as this. Justified as they are seasoned dinosaur hunters.
  • Equal-Opportunity Evil: Their members comes from various ethnic backgrounds and include two women.
  • Fallen Hero: Originally created as a part of In Gen Security response to the threat posed by Nublar’s feral carnivores on the construction crews, they became the corporation’s top enforcers and black-ops team. While some like Faraci were already despicable individuals when they were recruited, Lambert Ross hints that others became this trope over the course of the Saurian Wars.
  • Foil : To the Grey Guards. Both are multinational teams with medieval-like aesthetics that were created to deal with dinosaurs. But while the first considers the latter as Worthy Opponents and only kills them when they have no choice, the Slayers are Blood Knight who shows gratuitious cruelty.
  • Godzilla Threshold: Whenever they are nearby, you know that InGen is taking things really seriously.
  • Knight of Cerebus : Once they appear, the story takes an even darker turn with a Humans Are the Real Monsters subtext.
  • Multinational Team : While most of the Slayers are Americans, there are some Costaricans and even a Congolese among their ranks.
  • Pet Rat : Does In Gen’s dirty work.
  • Private Military Contractors: Most of its members are former soldiers.
  • Punch-Clock Villain:
  • Putting on the Reich: Downplayed example since they don’t follow a Nazi-like ideology and actually have ethnic diversity in their ranks but their black attire and some of their actions during the Saurian Wars evoke the Waffen SS. The episode when they slaughtered a part of a proceratosaur clan inside the old visitor centre and torched the building in retaliation of an attack was heavily inspired by the massacre of Oradour Sur Glane.
  • SquadOfThievesAndWhores: Partly made of convicted criminals.
    Gregor Sherman 
The leader of the Slayers.
    Olivia Decker 
Sherman's right-hand woman.
    Damian Parker 
The youngest of the Slayers. His father was also a Slayer.
  • Blood Knight: At one point, he express his desire to hunt some proceratosaurs. Sherman advise him to be cautious.
  • Cruel and Unusual Death: Is poisoned with Blue-ringed Octopus' venom.
  • Generation Xerox: He wants to follow his father's footsteps.
  • Mixed Ancestry: Is of mixed-race and since his hairs are described as being frizzy, one can assume that one of his parents is black.
  • New Meat: He is a recent addition to the team.
  • Parental Substitute: Sherman is a father-figure to him.
  • You Killed My Father: It's implied that his father was killed by proceratosaurs. It help explains his desire to hunt some of them.
    Paco Cortès 
A slayer part of the Tun-Si tribe, the natives of Isla Nublar. He was born on the island
    Esmeralda Pizarro 
Another Tun-Si part of the Slayers and an old friend of Cortès. Unlike him, she was born on the mainland.
    Reynald Faraci 
  • Drop the Hammer: His weapon of choice is a mace.
  • Fat Bastard:
  • Hate Sink: Probably the most despicable character of the entire story as he has no redeemable qualities and is a sociopathic soldier.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: He ends up being right about Lynton having barely any consideration for the Slayers and seeing them only as tools.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: Had he shut up and not said Leng aloud, Darbinian and Yu would have figured out way less easily thanks to the Mitchells brothers' account that the Slayers were behind the ambush suffered by Brunet's platoon.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain:
  • Serial Rapist: Has been convicted for rape in the past.
  • Sociopathic Soldier:
  • Would Hit a Girl: He murders Patience Bellamy and has rapist tendencies.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork : Due to his misogyny and racism, Leng, Decker, Cortes and Pizarro have troubles working with him, especially Decker due to her backstory.
    Kevin Leng 
    Nolan Olsen 
The tallest of the Slayers.
  • Bald of Evil:
  • Big Axe: His main weapon is a great axe.
  • The Brute: His extremely tall, very strong and is a formidable fighter.
  • Facial Horror: Some predator has bitten off much of his lips during the Saurian Wars, leaving his teeth and gums uncovered in some sort of a permanent grotesque grin. Most of the time, he hide this disfigurement behind a balaclava.
  • Giant Mook: Is over 2 meters tall.
  • Hypothetical Casting: Guillaume Delaunay.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Impales a [spoiler:a guard]] on a skeleton stegosaur’s thagomizer. He suffers later from this trope.
  • The Quiet One: Doesn’t talk a lot.
  • Rasputinian Death: First, Selma Forrester stabs him multiple times in the belly. Seconds later, her husband Niall cuts his tendons with an axe and Selma thrust a spear in Olsen's mouth. The giant is finally killed when Niall dig his axe in his skull.
  • Vocal Dissonance: His massive, almost monstrous appearance belies a surprisingly calm voice.
    Léopold Butu 
Before he joined the Slayers, Léopold Butu was a Congolese mercenary who worked with US agents in Central Africa.
A Costa Rican slayer.
  • Eye Scream: He is shot in the right eye with an arrow. He drops dead the next second.
A Costa Rican Slayer


    In General 
Mercenaries hired by InGen and sent to Isla Nublar to act against the Indominus threat and ensure the evacuation of the corporation's most vital assets.


    In General 
  • Law Enforcement, Inc.: On Isla Nublar, the J-SEC fills the roles that the police has on the mainland.
  • Red Shirt: Suffers a lot of casualties in The Fallen Kingdom.
    Auguste Bailey 
    Oswald Marsh 
An officer that Young met near the Expedition: Lost World attraction. He reappears later during the palace attack sequence.
    Holly O'Teale 
An officer.
  • You Shall Not Pass!: Tries to prevent Marsh from closing the gate and letting dozens of people dies at the claws of the Indominus.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Shots and held one her colleagues hostage in order to prevent Marsh from closing the door.

InGen Board of Directors

    In General 
    Benjamin Lockwood 
One of InGen's founding members and its current CEO.
    Susan Lynton 
InGen's vice-president.
    Dominick Silverman 
InGen's chief financial officer.
    Alistair Iger 
InGen's director of public relations and spokesman.

The Grey Guard

    In General
Coat of arms of the Grey Guard

The Grey Guard is a UN-backed paramilitary organisation found in the Five Deaths Archipelago and on Isla Nublar. It is dedicated to the protection of the aforementioned archipelago, populated by feral de-extinct reptiles escaped from InGen's Site B on Isla Sorna. It also supports the staff of Jurassic World in ensuring the safety of the park and its employees and visitors. As the guards are used to deal with dinosaurs and other dangerous de-extinct species, they are useful in capturing escaped and/or rampaging animals. The current marshal is Helmut Störmer.

The organisation's motto is Cave Dracones, Beware the Dragons in Latin, and its names comes from the greenish grey colour of its uniforms.

  • Animal Motif: Dragons. Its sigil consist of a roaring dragon and a crescent of five stars while recruits of the guard are sometimes referred as dragonets. Justified as the Dragon is a metaphor of the Five Deaths archipelago’s prehistoric wildlife. The guards themselves show aspects from both eastern and western dragons. They have the benevolent guardians role of the eastern dragons but just like the western dragons, they can be wrathful and violent towards whatever or whoever became their enemies.
  • Badass Army: Those men and women are trained to confront highly dangerous animals if the situation requires.
  • Badass Long Coat: They wears dark green—grey cloaks on some occasions. The rangers wear some whenever they are on missions.
  • Battle Cry: Cave Dracones!.
  • Cultural Chop Suey: In addition to being an international military organization, the Grey Guard shows multiple cultural influences in its culture and gear.
    • As the founder of the organization was a Welsh aristocrat, their fort on Isla Sorna bears a Welsh name and the symbolic animal of the organization is a dragon.
    • They have units called hoplites and retiarii.
    • Their helmets features a spectacle guard and cheek pieces, not unlike some types of Viking helmets.
    • Their sabres are described having an Eastern Asian design.
    • Their protective gear feature small scale-like structures at their surface. The inspirations behind this are the Roman Lorica squamata, Scythian scale armours, and some armours from Feodal Japan and Ancient China.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Even though they are not as frightening-looking as In Gen’s Slayers, the grey guards might seem intimidating and scary in the eyes of some, with their medieval-looking helmets, the balaclavas that sometimes hides the lower part of their faces, or their weapons. The first version of the Grey Guard’s banner featured a crescent of five skulls and a roaring dragon upon a black field and was considered too sinister by the UN authorities to appear on the organisation’s assets. On one occasion during the story, some of the guards wear also some scary-looking tribal-like warpaints. The grey guards themselves are often willing to help and rescue defenceless civilians and partners and allies like some Jurassic World employees (the keepers and the J-SEC in particular) but never betray them or use them as unwilling guinea-pigs because they are not the kind of people you want to make into enemies and In Gen’s Security learn it the hard way.
  • In the Hood : To protect themselves from certain elements like rain, the guards put hoods over their heads and hoods are part of the guard’s rangers uniforms.
  • Legion of Lost Souls: One of the main inspirations behind the Grey Guard is the French Foreign Legion.
  • Mildly Military: Although it is fairly disciplined, it doesn’t run quite the same as most modern armies. And the guard is not strictly military as there are members from police forces among its troops.
  • Multinational Team: The guards can be recruited from armies and police forces of every country part of the United Nations. The guards that appears in the story hails from France, Belgium, the United Kingdom, Germany, Russia, Italy, the United States, Canada, Mexico, Costa Rica, Venezuela, Colombia, Jamaica, Chile, Australia, India, China, Korea, Japan, Egypt, Kenya and South Africa.
  • Poisoned Weapons: When they are tasked to kill dangerous animals, the guards dip their arrows and their harpoons in a neurotoxin derived from Blue-ringed Octopus.
  • Private Military Contractors: The Grey Guard work for the Costa Rica government and the United Nations. It also has former mercenaries in its ranks.
  • SamuraiVikingHopliteMusketeer: They evoke this trope when in armour. See Cultural Chop Suey and Schizo Tech entries.
  • Schizo Tech: While the Grey Guard has modern vehicles and firearms among its assets, its troops also have sabres, spears, pikes, axes, bows, blowpipes and shields, and Nublar’s garrison has also horses. In some occasions during the fall of Jurassic World, the grey guards adopt ancient or medieval formations and tactics like phalanx, shield walls or cavalry charge. Overall, in terms of aesthetic, look and organization, the Grey Guard is closer to a Medieval armed force than to a modern one.
  • Shout-Out:
    • To A Song of Ice and Fire: By being a politically-neutral military-esque order being based in a dangerous uncivilized area geographically isolated from civilization, the Grey Guard is similar to the Night’s Watch, a comparision which is even made by one of the characters. The difference is that the Grey Guard’s seek to prevent people from the civilized world to coming into the wilderness of the Five Deaths and though it also have exiles in its ranks, it’s not depicted as a gulag where undesirable individuals like criminals are sent.
    • To Tolkien's Legendarium: With their hoods, balaclavas, dark-green grey uniforms, and bows, the Grey Guard’s rangers looks similarily to the Dunedain rangers (or even the Ithilien rangers as seen in the films’ trilogy). In addition to that, the Grey Guard’s main purpose is to protect from trespassers the lost world that the Five Deaths became, just like the Dunedains guards the borders of the Shire.
  • Sword and Gun: Firearms and melee weapons such as sabres, knives and axes are part of the guards' weaponry.
  • The Exile: Some members of the Guard are exiles.

Isla Nublar garrison


    Katashi Hamada 
The Japanese captain of the garrison.
  • Adaptational Job Change: Hamada was the commander of the ACU (Asset Containment Unit) in Colin Trevorrow's film. In this reimagining, he is a captain in the Grey Guard. Sure, the two jobs might be similar but the employers are not the same.
  • Adaptational Nationality: In the novelization of the 2015 film, it's stated that Hamada was a SWAT officer before he joined the ACU at Jurassic World. Given this, one can assume that the character was an American of Japanese descent. In this reimagining, Hamada is fully Japanese.
  • A Father to His Men:
  • Age Lift: Is around a decade older than his film counterpart.
  • Ascended Extra: He was a Mauve Shirt in the film and has more importance in this fic.
  • Authority Equals Asskicking:
  • The Captain: As the captain of Nublar's garrison, he is the top grey guard officer on the island.
  • Dies Differently in Adaptation: In the film, his body is crushed underfoot by the Indominus in a stream. In this reimagining, the Indominus only superficially claws his abdomen and crush his arm. He only dies after begging Dearing to put an end to his sufferings.
  • Good Is Not Nice:
  • Ignored Expert: Dearing ignored his requests to build large-capacity bunkers and his warnings about the Indominus.
  • Mercy Kill: Forces Dearing to grant him one.
  • OOC Is Serious Business:
  • The Other Darrin: The physical appearence of this version of Hamada was based on Hiroyuki Sanada rather than Brian Tee, who portrayed this character in the 2015 film.
    Gilbert Brunet 
A French lieutenant.
    Erin Laurence 
An Australian lieutenant and the pilot of the garrison's helicopter.
    Duncan Glenmore 
A Scottish lieutenant.
    Nataliya Darbinian 
The warrant officer of Brunet's platoon. Is a former member of the Russian special forces.
    Leif Drekanson 
A Norwegian sergeant in Brunet's platoon.
    Patience Bellamy 

Other Guards

    Julio Velasquez 
A Costa-Rican recruit.
  • Hot-Blooded:
  • New Meat: Is one of the 2017 recruits.
  • Revenge Before Reason:
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: He, Tian and Turner unwittingly let the Indominus enter in the Reserve. While he and Tian are busy bringing back a wounded worker to their vehicle, Turner, who is supposed to guard the gate, is distracted when Rocinante, Niall Forrester's mare, panics and flees.
    Tamara Durant 
An American recruit.
    Mei Tian 
A Chinese recruit.
    Gareth Turner 
An English recruit.
    Ben Rahim 
An Egyptian recruit.
    Percy Baker 
    Luc Verplancke 
    Vincent Chapuy 
A French corporal.
    Maleko Cole 
An Hawaiian guard.
    Njogu Maathai 

The Five Deaths

    Bleidd Pennant 
A Welsh aristocrat who founded the Grey Guard and acted as its first marshal.
  • Abdicate The Title: He gave up his title and entrusted his lands to his family before he went to the New World and founded the Guard.
  • Colonel Badass: He was a decorated colonel of the British Army.
  • Posthumous Character: He died 14 years before the Fall of Jurassic World.
    Helmut Störmer 
The sixth and current marshal of the guard.
    Jaime Aguilera 
    Zhuge Yu 
A Chinese lieutenant sent to Nublar with his platoon as reinforcements during the Fall of Jurassic World. He is also the uncle of Mei Tian.
  • It's Personal: He joins Brunet's insurgency to avenge his niece's murder at the hands of the Slayers.
    Niall Forrester 
A Canadian guard and the husband of Selma Forrester. Normally affected in the Five Deaths, she and her husband are sent to Nublar's garrison in order to replace two of their comrades that have left for the holidays.
    Selma Forrester 
A Canadian guard and the wife of Niall Forrester. Normally affected in the Five Deaths, she and her husband are sent to Nublar's garrison in order to replace two of their comrades that have left for the holidays.
    Angus McClenn 
A Scottish guard part of the reinforcements sent to Nublar.

Visitors of Jurassic World

The Mitchells brothers

    Both of them 
    Gray Mitchell 
The youngest of Dearing's nephews.
    Zach Mitchell 
The eldest of Dearing's nephews.


    Jemma Thomson 
    Chris Elliott 
    Sven Jorgensen 

Miscellaneous Human Characters

    Simon Masrani 
The CEO of Masrani Global and the owner of Jurassic World.
    Pilar Morales 
An inhabitant of Bahia Anasco, a village located at the end of the Nicoya Peninsula. She is the POV character of the epilogue.
    Eduarda Mena 
    Arthur Butler 
A US Air Force colonel sent to Isla Nublar for talks with the insurgent grey guards.
    Cassandra Landis 
    GBC envoys 
A trio of envoys from the Global Broadcasting Company who had been invited in Jurassic World for the sponsoring of the park's upcoming attraction, the I.rex Coliseum.—-
  • Expy: The Global Broadcasting Company is one for NBC, which owns Universal in real life.
  • The Smurfette Principle: Erica Brand is the sole female of the trio.
  • Trope Co. Trope of the Week: After a successful meeting with them, Dearing tell the control room staff that GBC will present the I.rex Coliseum.
    Karen and Scott 
The parents of Zach and Gray.
  • Adaptational Jerkass: Karen is depicted as being more obnoxious than her film counterpart and the narration states that she and Claire always had a conflicted relationship, in part due to the fact that Claire is only her half-sister.
  • Adult Fear: Learning that their sons are caught in an apocalyptic island-wide disaster, during which the youngest ends up being killed.
  • Demoted to Extra: Their presence in the story is quite limited, with Karen's only scene being her phone call conversation with her half-sister and she and Scott appearing briefly at the end of The Fallen Kingdom.

Dinosaurs and other creatures

Individual Creatures

    The Indominus 
In Gen's latest creation, an apex-predator species which is the result of the genetic hybridation of several species, both prehistoric and modern. Two individuals were cloned but one of them was killed by the other, which grew to become a terryfing monster like nothing seen before. She triggers the fall of Jurassic World.
  • Adaptational Attractiveness: She is less ugly than her film counterpart and her look is visually attractive to the eyes of several of the characters, with Grady even thinking that she is kinda beautiful in her own way. There is a seductive aspect to her that evokes the Serpent in Judeo-Christian mythology or Glaurung and Smaug from Tolkien's Legendarium and some of its adaptations.
  • Adaptational Heroism: In The Fallen Kingdom, she becomes a POV character and has a couple of sympathetic moments.
  • Anti-Human Alliance: Ends up leading one made of Neoraptors and Proceratosaurs in The Fallen Kingdom.
  • Ambiguously Human:
  • An Arm and a Leg: Has one of her arms teared-off by Roberta during the climax.
  • Antagonistic Offspring: Is one to Claire Dearing, her unwitting human DNA donor.
  • Arch-Enemy: Of Claire Dearing.
  • Big Bad: Acts as the main dinosaur antagonist.
  • Bioweapon Beast:
  • Boomerang Bigot: Hates humans and want to wipe them out of Isla Nublar. She’s actually part human.
  • Cain and Abel: She had a sibling, whom she killed and ate.
  • Chameleon Camouflage:
  • Child by Rape: Like Ian Malcolm would said, her existence is "a rape of the natural world". She's also the result of a "genetic rape" of Claire Dearing.
  • Create Your Own Villain:
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Inflicts several to the humans.
  • Dark Action Girl: She is a fierce and cruel predator.
  • Dinosaurs Are Dragons: She looks like a dragon and according to Dearing, this is entirely intentional.
  • The Dreaded:
  • Facial Horror: One half of her face suffers third-degree burns at the end of the Palace Fight.
  • Freudian Excuse:
  • Genius Bruiser: She is large, powerful and very intelligent.
  • Hero Killer: Characters tends to drop like flies whenever she's around.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard:
  • Horns of Villainy: She inherited horns from Kaprosuchus and the Texas Horned Lizard.
  • Humans Are the Real Monsters: Firmly believe in this trope. Given some of the events that happens during the fall of Jurassic World, one might think she is right to believe this.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: She impales on branches Sandros and two of his companions.
  • Kill Them All: Her plan for the humans on Isla Nublar.
  • Kneel Before Zod:
  • Light Is Not Good: Her main colour is white.
  • Living Weapon: The protagonists ends up discovering that she was intended as a bioweapon.
  • Monster Delay: She is fully revealed only near the end of the first book.
  • Monster Is a Mommy: Like one of the veterinary assistants suspected, she is actually pregnant in the first book. She has a miscarriage in the first third of "The Fallen Kingdom" though, probably because of the stress she cumulated during the day and the venom that coated the harpoon thrusted in her shoulder.
  • Nothing Is Scarier: With her stealthy approaches and camouflage abilities, she embodies this trope.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: Although she can't breath fire and has no magical abilities whatsoever, she's the closest thing to a dragon in the setting and in "The Fallen Kingdom", she show a behaviour very similar to those of some dragons from Tolkien's Legendarium like Smaug and Glaurung and her intellect rivals with theirs.
  • Overly Long Tongue: She has one, due to the woodpecker DNA.
  • Rage Against the Heavens: Her story is this from her perspective. She once saw humans as gods-like beings but soon discovered that they were nothing but false-gods.
  • Reptiles Are Abhorrent:
  • Sadist:
  • Stealthy Colossus: Despite being the largest land predator that had ever walked the earth, the Indominus shows great stealth.
  • Taking You with Me: Inadvertently do this to Dearing. When the mosasaur grabs and crushes her hips, the Indominus closes her jaws on Dearing's arm and both are dragged underwater.
  • Tertiary Sexual Characteristics: She has eyelash-like scales above her eyes that gives her a feminine look. It's a subverted example though as those scales are an inheritance of the Eyelash Viper (Bothriechis schlegelli) and in this species, males also have the eyelash-like scales.
  • The Strategist: Is fully capable of establishing strategies and using tactics to defeat her enemies.
  • Tragic Villain:
  • Uncanny Valley: Her strange facial features have this effect on whoever look at her face. It's implied that it's because she has human DNA.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Is only indirectly responsible for the stampede in the reserve and the pterosaurs’ attack on Burroughs. Her real purpose as well as her involvement in the test that the Slayers conducts on the grey guards and some subsequent events ends up triggering a war between Nublar's grey guards and InGen Security.
Jurassic World's mascot, an adult female Tyrannosaurus rex. Originally bred for Jurassic Park, she escaped during the 1993 incident and lived in a feral state during almost a decade, before being recaptured in 2002 by In Gen Security to be integrated into the new park's collection.

See Jurassic Park for tropes specific to that film.

A spinosaur secretly cloned by In Gen on Isla Sorna before Hurricane Clarissa. His skull now adorns Caer Draig’s great hall.

See Jurassic Park 3/Characters for tropes specific to that film.

  • Animal Nemesis: Was this once of both Katashi Hamada and Gilbert Brunet.
  • Arch-Enemy: Of the Grey Guard in its early days.
  • Ax-Crazy: Was known to attack and kill the other large predators he met. He even dared to attack Caer Draig, the Grey Guard's main fort and headquarters, on one occasion.
  • Battle Trophy: His skull adorns Caer Draig's great hall.
  • The Dreaded: Was one of the Guard's most formidable opponents.
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: Drekanson tells Durant that Ammut had burn scars on one side, which he got from his final confrontation with Alan Grant and the Kirbys in Jurassic Park 3.
  • Last of His Kind: He was the only Spinosaurus individual bred by In Gen.
  • Posthumous Character: He died 14 years before the Fall of Jurassic World.
  • The Red Baron: Has been nicknamed “The Mad King of Sorna”.

The Achillobators

Achillobator is a large dromaeosaurid species that was bred on Isla Nublar as an alternative for the neoraptors. Owen Grady raised four of them since birth and trains them as part of the IBRIS program.
    The Pack in General 
The oldest of Grady's achillobators and the pack beta.
One of the pack's middle individuals.
The pack's omega.

In General

A large armoured dinosaur with a clubbed tail.
  • Beware My Stinger Tail: The thick club on their tail.
  • Demoted to Extra: In the 2015 film, they were involved in one of the action scenes with the Indominus. In this fic, they only have a couple of short appearances.
  • Herbivores Are Friendly: Averted. One is depicted using its clubbed tail to dissuade other herbivores from coming to the waterhole where it is drinking.
  • Stock Dinosaurs: Ankylosaurus is probably the most iconic member of its family.
A large oviraptorid dinosaur.
  • Feathered Fiend: Though they are omnivorous and not notable predators, Anzu is still a relatively large animal that can mortally wound an adult human with a single kick, like the Cassowary. The fiend part is however a bit downplayed as the male that Grady and Dearing encounter just seeks to protects his mate and content himself with leading her away once the two humans back down.
  • One-Scene Wonder: They only appears during one scene.
  • Seldom-Seen Species: Compared to other oviraptorid species like Oviraptor or even Gigantoraptor, Anzu had little to no appearence in fictional works.
A diplodocid sauropod from the Late Jurassic.
  • Adaptational Badass: One of the Indominus' POV reveals that at least one Apatosaurus tended to not act like a victim but more like a bully, attacking her without any warning. In the 2015 film, apatosaurs were Gentle Giant and seemed to be placid enough for the Indominus to slaughter half a dozen of them in a relatively short span of time. Here, she kills only one of them.
  • Adaptational Jerkass: One subadult male was agressive enough to dare to attack the Indominus.
  • Cruel and Unusual Death:
  • Herbivores Are Friendly: Averted. A subadult male attack the Indominus.
  • Long Neck: Has a fairly long neck. It's not as long as the mamenchisaur's.
  • Stock Dinosaurs: A fairly iconic species.
  • Too Dumb to Live: The aforementioned male gets killed.
A small oviraptorid.
  • Domesticated Dinosaur: They live in the Children's Zoo where visitors can feed and touch them. They also behave like poultry.
  • Seldom-Seen Species: While this species appears in a lot of educational books, it wasn't featured in any fictional work.
A spinosaur known for the enlarged claw on its finger.
A tiny dinosaur that travels in swarms.
An hadrosaur with a round crest that looks like a corinthian helmet.
  • Herbivores Are Friendly: Zigzagged. Although Corythosaurus are not inclined to be agressive towards humans, their size, their muscular bodies and their tails still makes them potentially dangerous animals and during the stampede scene, they trample several people that had fallen from the truck.
  • Stock Dinosaurs: Likely the second most well known crested hadrosaur after Parasaurolophus.
A small pterosaur from the Early Jurassic.
  • Adaptational Wimp: In the 2015 film, the dimorphodons attacked the terrified visitors in Main Street along with the pteranodons. In this fic, they are animals much closer to their real-life counterparts and docile enough to be handled by park keepers during public presentations.
  • Demoted to Extra: Appears only during the Zoo visit and the Harpactognathus takes up the role they had in the film.
  • Seldom-Seen Species: In educational material, Dimorphodon is a borderline Stock Pterosaur, but in film media it's pretty rare.
A bipedal ornithopod from the Late Jurassic.
  • Albino Are Freak: Though she is leucistic and not an albino, Spectre was chased from her herd and now lives as a lone outcast in the deepest parts of the Reserve.
  • Canon Immigrant: Appeared in Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis before.
  • Death by Irony: Some hangs around Mamenchisaurus for protection against predators, but one of them gets stuck in a muddy pond and is crushed to a pulp by a panicked Mamenchisaurus.
  • Fantastic Counterpart Species: They are to Jurassic World's Reserve what Impalas and other gregarious antelopes are to African game reserves.
  • Light Is Not Good: Spectre, a leucistic female and an outcast, tends to act abnormally and has a creepy vibe. Hamada see her presence as a bad omen.
  • Fragile Speedster: Their only defense is numbers and running away.
  • Social Ornithopod: Are depicted travelling in herds and are sometimes around larger herbivores as well.
A large ornithomimid.
  • Continuity Nod: They are first seen in the Embrace Valley, where a Gallimimus stampede happened in the first Jurassic Park.
  • Fragile Speedster: One of the fastest dinosaurs in the park, but beyond that have no real defenses against large predators. Gallimimus can actually be quite big however (more than 6 meters in length and almost 3 meters in height) and one of them is able to knock down a horse and its rider that were on its way.
  • Herbivores Are Friendly: Inverted. They are omnivorous but coexist peacefully with the other herbivores of the Reserve. However, one "Gallimimus" knock a mounted guard down during the stampede.
  • Stock Dinosaurs: They became stock because of the Jurassic Park franchise.
A pteranodontid pterosaur. While individuals are housed in the Cartago Aviary on Isla Nublar, feral colonies exist in the Five Deaths archipelago.
A brachiosaurid sauropod.
  • Bus Crash: Last seen alive in Jurassic Park, the individuals of Isla Nublar died between 1993 and 2002, the year the prologue take place.
  • Continuity Nod: Their skeletons are located in the same meadow where the "Welcome to Jurassic Park" scene took place.
  • Ribcage Ridge: In Gen's convoy drive past several skeletons of them. Another skeleton is seen on the Haunted Mountain's slopes.
A type of pterosaur that lives in the Northern Aviary alongside the larger Quetzalcoatlus.
A turtle-like placodont.
  • The Cameo: Have only a short appearence during the Mitchell brothers' visit in the Oceanarium.
A small bipedal ornithopod from Cretaceous England.
A sheep-sized ankylosaurian from Australia.
  • Herbivores Are Friendly: They are docile enough to be housed in the Children's Zoo but during their visit, Zach see two parents yelling after a keeper because their kid was supposedly hurt by one of the Kunbarrasaurus so it's a downplayed example.
  • Fun Size: The adults are only 3 meters long and 1.7 meters high.
  • Seldom-Seen Species:
A gigantic sauropod with a very long neck.
  • Advancing Wall of Doom: One serve as this and the Grey Guard try to stop it before it reach the Metriacanthosaurus paddock.
  • Animal Stampede: The Indominus make one of them panic and head straight towards the Metriacanthosaurus paddock while later, two other Mamenchisaurus are among the stampeding animals pursued by the loose Metriacanthosaurus pack.
  • The Big Guy: The biggest species featured in the story and one of the largest sauropods that had ever existed.
  • Gentle Giant: They are quite pacific and are more inclined to flee than to fight.
  • Herbivores Are Friendly: Subverted. They don't try to deliberately harm any of the human characters but due to their size, they prove to be very dangerous and nearly unstoppable if they panic. During the stampede caused by the escaped Metriacanthosaurus pack, one of the Mamenchisaurus trample a grey guard and his mount.
  • Killed Offscreen: As they were too big to be transported on the mainland during the operation Fallen Kingdom, In Gen decided to kill them and incinerate their bodies to prevent rival companies from capturing them or getting genetic material.
  • Long Neck:Mamenchisaurus had 19 vertebrae on its neck, moreso than many other dinosaurs.
  • Seldom-Seen Species: Despite being a fairly large sauropod with an impressive neck, this genus has not had much appearences in popular culture
A medium-sized iguanodontid.
A medium-sized carnosaur from Jurassic England.
  • Alas, Poor Villain: Philippa's death is difficult to watch for the very visitors she pursued as she is mercilessly trampled by Bucephalus.
  • Disc-One Final Boss: Most of the individuals gets killed by the beginning of the first book's last third, with Boomer being the only survivor and not heard of for the rest of the story.
  • Fluffy the Terrible: The appearing individuals are named Boomer, Sheala, Philippa, Priscilla, Terrence, Philippe and Kenny.
  • The Family That Slays Together: The pack involved in the incident is made of one adult male, two adult females, and four subadults which are the offspring of the male and one of the female.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: Two of the subadults attack Bucephalus, much to the adult female dismay.
  • Mercy Kill: Brunet thrust his saber in Philippe's heart to stop the sufferings induced by the poisoned arrow he got.
  • Mythology Gag:
    • Its name and DNA was seen in the first film as one of the samples Nedry stole (misspelled Metriacantasaurus).
    • While the females have the same color schemes as the individual from the official Jurassic World park website, drawn by paleoartist Julius Csotonyi, the males' are nearly identical to the coastal skin from Jurassic World: Evolution.
  • Off with His Head!: One of their habits is to behead small preys. It’s how they kill Duncan Glenmore.
  • Put Into A Bus: After his defeat by Hamada and Brunet's platoon and the deaths of all his pack mates, Boomer disappear from the story.
  • Seldom-Seen Species: Metriacanthosaurus is a fairly obscure species.
  • Too Dumb to Live: Two of the subadults decide to attack a gigantic and angry bull hadrosaur. It goes as well as you expect.
A gigantic marine squamate from the Late Cretaceous. An adult female is the biggest attraction of Jurassic World's Oceanarium.
  • Animal Not To Scale: The individual depicted in this story is 22 meters long. Current estimations of length for this species range from 13 to 18 meters.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: She ends up putting an end to the Indominus' life and sufferings.
  • Death by Adaptation: In this fic, she is killed during operation Fallen Kingdom while she escapes into the open ocean in the film canon.
  • Dynamic Entry: Makes one during her feeding shows.
  • Killed Offscreen: Is terminated in the weeks following the fall of the park as In Gen don't have the means to transport and house her somewhere else.
  • Kill Steal: Even though the Indominus was mortally wounded by Dearing, she lunges on the first while the second is getting Young's flash drive back and drags both of them underwater, crushing the Indominus' neck between her jaws seconds later.
  • Non-Malicious Monster: Attack only out of hunger, curiosity or opportunism.
  • Stock Dinosaurs: Though not a dinosaur, Mosasaurus is a fairly well-known animal.
The first dromaeosaurid species bred by In Gen and one of their most dreaded creations as they are fast, cunning and very deadly predators. Once referred as "Velociraptors", they actually are a genetic hybrid of Achillobator giganticus and Deinonychus antirrhopus. Before the Achillobator pack, the IBRIS program involved several packs of this species but in 2013, an incident occured where one of the individuals attacked Owen Grady. Said individual, a female named Andromeda, was shot and the others neoraptors were transferred to the quarantine paddocks. Three subspecies are known: Neoraptor athertonii tigris, whose males are striped like tigers while the females are brown; Neoraptor athertonii iroquoii, the most bird-like of the three subspecies as the males sports a sagittal crest of feathers; and an hybrid subspecies of the first two.
  • Always Chaotic Evil: From the humans' perspective, it's often this.
  • Decapitated Army: When the grey guards burns the Indominus' face and thus defeats her, the surviving neoraptors flees in terror.
  • The Dreaded: Up until recently, they were one of [InGen]'s most feared creations due to their intelligence.
  • Elite Mooks: Are this to Indominus as the proceratosaurs that are also under her control are smaller and weaker.
  • Feathered Fiend: The males iroquoii are partially feathered, sporting only a mohawk-like sagittal crest of quills.
  • For the Evulz: The neoraptors hunt even when they're not hungry and during the attack of the Palace, they chain kills, letting their victims bleed to death. However, they do this on the Indominus' orders.
  • It Can Think:
  • Mook:The Indominus recruits the individuals from the quarantine paddocks and incorporate them in her pack along with the proceratosaurs.
  • Raptor Attack: As the raptors that appeared in the original trilogy belong to this species, the neoraptors follows this trope as well.
  • Revenge Before Reason: Just like The Big One in the first Jurassic Park, some of the neoraptors becomes enraged when fellow pack members are harmed or killed. One of them, Cassandra, track Grady up to the other end of Burroughs to avenge her sister's death. She ends up killed by Blue just as she was about to pounce on him.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Two iroquoii indivuduals flees the palace after the grey guards launched their counter-attack. They don’t return when the Indominus calls for help later.
  • Super-Persistent Predator:
  • Undying Loyalty: Their loyalty towards the Indominus evolves and the trope is zigzagged according to the different subspecies. While the hybrids individuals stays loyal up to near the end, the iroquoii flees once they know that staying with the the Indominus means certain death.
  • Would Hurt a Child: One kid is thrown over a railing by them.
  • Zerg Rush: They hunt in packs.
A Triassic marine reptile.
  • Fantastic Counterpart Species: They are depicted as Jurassic World’s equivalents of seals. Their enclosure look like those of pinnipeds in many zoos and aquarias and they display a curious and playful behaviour.
  • Mix-and-Match Critters: Zach describe them to his mother as the product of an orgy between an alligator, a snake and a sea lion.
  • Scary Teeth: Long like needles and sharp like knives, used to catch slippery fish.
A small theropod from the Jurassic. Can climb trees with ease.
  • Eats Babies: They were introduced in the Reserve to help control the herbivores populations but according to Lowery, the compies are doing their job. Ironically, one individual ends up eating babies but human ones.
  • Feathered Fiend: Are feathered and one of them attack a civilian on Costa Rica Mainland.
  • Fragile Speedster: Small and swift, but not very tough.
  • Scavengers Are Scum:
  • The Dreaded: While they were very far from being among the most feared and dangerous animals of Jurassic World, one become this once he reach the mainland as a stowaway in a yacht and starts abducting and killing babies and pets. Said individual will be even referred as the Shadow of Cabo Blanco.
A ornithischian dinosaur with a thick skull roof.
  • Hard Head: Their best known feature.
  • Herbivores Are Friendly: Averted. They are known to be temperamental, not unlike buffaloes, and even Zach knows that it's better to avoid them while on foot.
  • Stock Dinosaurs: The most popular pachycephalosaurid species.
A centrosaurine ceratopsian known for its massive and flattened bosses above the nose and the eyes.
  • Advancing Wall of Doom: A group of them acts like this during the Battle of Burroughs, charging first through a Grey Guard formation and then through a crowd of visitors.
  • Beware The Lazy Ones: In The Edge of Chaos, they have only a Cameo and are only seen lying in a mudpool while children complains that they don't do much. In The Fallen Kingdom, they are one of the biggest threats during the Battle of Burroughs as they rampage through the city, trampling countless people on their way.
  • Cruel Elephant: Their depiction in The Fallen Kingdom was inspired by those of war elephants in various media.
  • Herbivores Are Harmless: Averted, big time as they are responsible for many casualties during the so-called Battle of Burroughs.
  • Eye Scream: One is stabbed in the eye by a grey guard during the battle.
  • Temper-Ceratops: Once they escape from their paddock, the pachyrhinosaurs wreak havoc throughout Burroughs.
A hadrosaur known for having a tubelike crest on the back of its head.
  • Funny Background Event: Two of them are fighting while Walter's truck is stopped in the meadow where their herd and one of Triceratops are feeding.
  • Herbivores Are Friendly: Zigzagged. Although Parasaurolophus are not inclined to be agressive towards humans, their size, their muscular bodies and their tails still makes them potentially dangerous animals and during the stampede scene, they trample several people and knock down a mounted grey guard.
  • Named After Someone Famous: One of the males has been named Ed Sheeran.
  • Noisy Nature: The crest is used for communication..
  • Stock Dinosaurs: Parasaurolophus is probably one of the most well-known duck-billed dinosaurs.
A heterodontosaurid dinosaur with enlarged canine-like tooth and a coat of quills.
  • The Cameo: Not only it has a very short appearence during the zoo's visit, but only its back and tail are visible from the Mitchell brothers.
  • Herbivores Are Friendly: Averted. A panel in front of its paddock warns against bites.
A small mosasaur.
  • The Cameo: Only appears during the Battle of Burroughs.
  • Zerg Rush: They and the other inhabitants of the Hell's Aquarium Lagoon, Squalicorax and Xiphactinus according to the appendix, along with some Harpactognathus do this on the visitors who fell in their habitat.
An early tyrannosauroid species that was housed in Jurassic Park when it fell. Between 1993 and the early 2000s, a feral population was established on Isla Nublar and was a major obstacle during Jurassic World's construction.
  • Amazing Technicolor Wildlife: The males have a scarlet head.
  • Anti-Villain : Were this during the Saurian Wars as they were predators who needed food to survive and who saw their lands being invaded by humans.
  • Arch-Enemy: Were the main ones to In Gen Security during Jurassic World construction.
  • Doomed Hometown: During the Saurian Wars, Jurassic Park’s visitor centre, which acted as Ghost Hand’s lair, was torched by the Slayers and a part of their clan slaughtered during the attack.
  • Mooks: The Indominus recruits the individuals from the quarantine paddocks and incorporate them in her pack along with the neoraptors.
  • Mythology Gag: Its name can be seen on one of the embryo storage chambers that Dennis Nedry stole during the first movie.
  • Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Of the Troodon from Jurassic Park: The Game, minus the venomous part and more sympathetic. But like them, they are prone to Zerg Rush tacticts, are mainly nocturnal, arouse (or aroused) disgust from some characters.
A large durophagous shark from the Cretaceous.
  • The Cameo: Has only one relatively short scene.
  • Sharks Are Threatening: Subverted. During their journey through the Depths, Claire Dearing, Owen Grady and Zach Mitchell passes in the subaquatic tunnel that crosses the Western Interior Seaway Lagoon. Zach becomes worried when he notices that a huge shark is resting near the tunnel but said shark is revealed to be a Ptychodus, a non-aggressive durophagous species. Bothered by the trio's flashlights, the Ptychodus quickly retreats in the darkness.
A famous pterosaur housed in the Northern Aviary and one of the last to have evolved back in the Cretaceous.
A small pterosaur with a long tail and needle-like teeth.
  • The Cameo: Appears briefly in only two scenes.
  • Scary Teeth: Its mouth is full of long, pointy teeth, though it's harmless as long as you're not a fish.
  • Shout-Out: The scene where they are seen eating pieces of flesh stuck between the Indominus' teeth was inspired by a panel from the Belgian comic-book Feux - Fille des Reptiles (Feux- Daughter of Reptiles), where the villain, a Tyrannosaurus, is having a bath while a bunch of pterosaur servants are busy cleaning his jaws.
  • Sycophantic Servant: Some individuals are seen eating pieces of flesh stuck between the Indominus' teeth while she is bathing in a mountain pool.
A gigantic hadrosaur from China. The main male, Bucephalus, appears on a couple of occasions during the story, acting as a threat for the protagonists.
  • Always a Bigger Fish: After Bucephalus defeats the Metriacanthosaurus, he becomes a far bigger threat for the visitors trapped in the safari truck.
  • Berserk Button: Vehicles' horns.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Quickly wins a fight against a trio of Metriacanthosaurus.
  • Darkis Evil: Bucephalus is black, has a nasty temperament and is the most negative herbivore of the story.
  • Fratricide: Bucephalus killed his own brother by pushing him off a cliff during a fight for dominance over the herd.
  • Herbivores Are Friendly: Averted. Not only the adults' sizes is already itself a danger, but the males are territorial, violent and are prompt to attack anything that challenges them from their point of view, be it predators, rivals of their own species, or human vehicles. Bucephalus ends up responsible for the deaths of several people during the fall of Jurassic World.
  • Memetic Mutation: Bucephalus is popular enough on the internet to have a meme dedicated to him.
  • Seldom-Seen Species: Is less known than its north american relative Edmontosaurus, which appeared in a certain number of Dinosaur Media works.
  • Shout-Out:
    • Bucephalus shares his name with the stallion of Alexander the Great.
    • Bucephalus' fratricide story shows similarity with that of Scar from The Lion King.
    • One of the young visitors states that Bucephalus fratricide's video has an audio excerpt from 300.
  • Villain With A Good Publicity: Although he is technically not a villain as he is just a short-tempered herbivore, Bucephalus has quite a number of fans and during the safari, some visitors are eager to see him, just because he became famous on the internet for a video of his Fratricide act.

A famous dinosaur known for its back plates and spiked tail.
A medium-sized ceratopsian known for its long nasal horn and its horned frill.
  • The Cameo: They are only seen in the background when Walter's truck cross the western valley.
An herbivorous theropod known for its giant claws.
  • The Cameo: Only appears briefly in a handful of scenes.
  • Herbivores Are Friendly: Averted. Dearing explains to the GBC envoys that they tends to act agressively towards anyone who comes too close from them.
  • Vegetarian Carnivore: Like all therizinosaurs.
  • Wolverine Claws: A trait of all therizinosaurs. Typically used for browsing, but also for defense.
A tapejarid pterosaur known for its prominent sagittal crest.
  • Amazing Technicolor Wildlife: They have a red body and a vivid blue crest.
  • The Cameo: Explicitly appears during one scene.
  • One-Scene Wonder: See The Cameo entry above.
  • Shout-Out: Their colours are reminiscent of those of the Toruk, also known as Leontopteryx, from Avatar. The scenery inside the Cartago Aviary where the Tupandactylus lives also evoke Pandora.
A famous ceratopsian with three horns.
  • Herbivores Are Friendly: Averted.
  • Horn Attack: Their large horns are dangerous.
  • Stock Dinosaurs: Triceratops have been fairly prominent in pop culture long before the Jurassic Park saga.
  • Temper-Ceratops: Trikes are known by JW employees and grey guards for being temperamental, not unlike modern-day elephants. A group of mounted grey guards is shown avoiding riding near them.
A piscivorous dromaeosaurid that can be encountered in the Reserve.
  • Feathered Fiend: Averted for the fiend part. Though they are relatives of the dreaded raptors, they are primarly fish-eaters and Grady effortlessly chase two of them away when they try to get too close to Dearing and him.
  • Seldom-Seen Species: Only appeared in a documentary or two before.
  • Thieving Magpie: A couple of them are attracted at one point by the reflections of Dearing’s watch, similar to those of fish scales, and attempts to grab it.
A primitive marginocephalian from Jurassic China.
  • Herbivores Are Friendly: Averted. Walter explains that they weren't put in the Children's Zoo because they have a tendency to bite fingers.
  • Ugly Cute: Are described as being ugly and cute a the same time.
  • Seldom-Seen Species: In pop-culture works, the primitive marginocephalian niche is generally filled by Microceratus or Psittacosaurus.

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