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Jade Dawn

A true fan can acknowledge the bad while still appreciating and cherishing the good. (known elsewhere as JurassicKaiju14)


The Indoraptor.

A monster of the future, bred from creatures of the past. The brainchild of rogue geneticist and former Jurassic World scientist Dr. Henry Wu. A hybridized super-predator designed solely for combat and warfare. A killing machine in every sense of the word.

And now one of them is in Equestria, a land of talking, magic, pastel-colored ponies, where it is being cared for by a pegasus named Fluttershy, the sweetest, shyest, most easily frightened thing imaginable.

They say opposites attract, but this definitely takes the cake...

(Crossover with Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom)

Chapters (1)
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Comments ( 59 )

Great work keep it up

This is going to be awesme... I can tell that much already. Keep up what you're doing,

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Oooh i love unique stories like this!

Love the fact this story seems to be written with care and love for the idea and series.

If you're needing more info on the indoraptor and Fallen Kingdom than I suggest watching Klayton Fioriti on Youtube.

He does a lot of JP videos with a few about Indoraptor and one was about it originally going to have a sibling.

Video related.

Thank you! I've actually seen a few of his videos before. He's a really good JP analyst.

Thanks for the feedback. :)

I’m kinda triggered than a manticore was able to get its stinger past the indoraptor’s bullet proof skin (if this is a newer specimen I don’t see why it’s skin wouldn’t be bullet proof or at least bullet resistance). What’s a big stinger compared to a bullet traveling faster than sound? Anyways, great ass story. Definitely favoriting and keeping up with this story.

Is there an AS in the story ?

Oh boy, I find this a great crossover

Watch the new Jurassic world and u will be satisfied with the result. But a genetically hybrid raptor made in a lab as a weapon for military to use as the newest form of trained attack dogs

Anyways I extremely look forward to reading more of your work author!

No. I made sure to put it in the "anything you want to put" folder this time.

I would immediately run

This isn't a newer specimen. Without going into too much spoiler-y content, it's supposed to be from the same batch as the one we saw in the movie. Also, in the film, the Indoraptor was taken out pretty easily when it fell from the roof and got impaled on the Trike skull.

Anyway, thanks for reading! :)

no, considered it as a vicious animal that will rip u limb from limb

This is looking great! I’ll just say this right now, the Indoraptor is what made me read this. Glad I did.

(I just hope ponies I like don’t die.. ;-;)

Thank you! I hope to add more to this and my other stories when I can! :)

Thanks! Glad to see the approval of another JP fan. :)


All good, my good fellow. Really enjoyed Fallen Kingdom, too - so I'm keen to see where you take this! It's excellent written, too. Your style is great :)

300+ views already?! Nice.

Rest in peace, Brachy! You will be missed greatly!

Yeah, I was tearing up during that scene.

And then they had to go and tell us that that was the same Brachiosaur that Dr. Grant and the others saw in the very first movie.


You know i would love to read another chapter because i have been waiting awhile, but take all the time you need, :D

I'll get to it when I can.

While the movie wasn't exceptional (I still liked it though), I honestly think the Indoraptor was a creepy scary monster.
Nice work, I'm curious to see what will happen next :twilightsmile:

I agree. The Indoraptor was the first scary dinosaur since the Raptors in the first movie.

Thanks for taking interest in this story. I hope to get back to it as soon as I can. :)

A little spoiler: I will be using the Indoraptor's ability to smile to its full, terrifying effect in this story. :)

Seriously, Ripper smiling is definitely the creepiest thing to ever grace the Jurassic Frachise.

Yeah. It's scary enough when a T-Rex chomps down on somebody because it feels provoked. It's an entirely new level of scary when an animal kills somebody and enjoys it.

Our boy Ripper's theme takes the cake in terms of scary theme music.

Amen to that. :)

Honestly, I think Fallen Kingdom had the best JP music since The Lost World. Michael Giacchino really knocked it out of the park with this last movie.

Yeah. Ripper makes Chernabog look like the Duke of Weselton.

No way! 900 views, man! Awesome! Keep it up! :rainbowkiss: :pinkiegasp: :pinkiehappy: :yay:

Thanks! I'm actually going to focus on From Far Beyond for now, though.

Whatever you say, man. I want to finish Armada II before I go onto my other projects.

Well color me interested
I hope you continue
I honestly just had the random thought to look up Mlp and Jurassic World/park. Mainly because I was playing the Jurassic World Evolution game and just got curious.


I'm kind of taking a break from this one to work on From Far Beyond. Not that I've run out of ideas for this story; I know where I want to go with it. I just don't want to overwhelm myself with a bunch of different projects plus real-life stuff.

But I'm glad someone else is interested. :)

Totally understand
I'm having trouble getting my own story going, but it's mostly just being easily distracted. Whether it being movies, TV, games or other fanfics/stories.

I'm not gonna lie, I love the design of the Indoraptor as well as the Indominus Rex. Not only Ripper is a savage dinosaur like his predecessor, but he's evil; he likes toying with his prey and brings fear to his victims like when he stalks Maise in her bedroom, and I love it!

Did Fluttershy just... helped a deadly hybrid dinosaur that was trying to kill her? I thought the Indoraptor is a savage dinosaur like the Indominus Rex, and it doesn't need to be tamed.

Well I have a theory that the Indoraptor and Indomonous are not evil but rather were driven insane. Both were largely created from social creatures and for their entire lives were denied the social interaction that they needed which often drives animals insane. And to add to the indoraptor possible abuse from the way they treated it in the movie. So I wouldn't call them evil they just got they just got the cruel fist rather than the gentle hand you know what I mean? But this is just a theory so I ave no proof.

I think the Indominus Rex's behavior was, at least in part, influenced by it's forced isolation. The Indoraptor, on the other hand, came across as a legitimate psychopath. Not necessarily evil, but warped enough that it actually enjoyed slaughtering people.

By the way, thanks for taking an interest in my story. :)

Not a problem I love sharing my ideas :)

Thanks! I hope to get back to this one soon. I've already started Chapter 2.

I just need to actually work on the thing...

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