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Appearance The unit is rather large, larger than the Ankylosaur. It is covered in sharp spikes, and has two large tusks in its mouth. The spikes on its back are largest on its shoulders, and rather small on its back. It has a long tail, with several spikes on it. Its face is large and flat, and filled with sharp teeth. It also has a large horn on its head. Its skin is a strange brown color. It appears to be very muscular as well. Attacks and Abilities Hellhound in 3drt The Hellhounds main special ability is breathing a long stream of fire that can reach enemies a fair distance away, and has high knockback on units, able to fling smaller units away, and even pushing the Rhino back a fist distance. It also uses its horn and tusks to gore enemies, with this serving as its main attack. It can also bite down on enemies. Occasionally it will also charge forwards, sometimes with enough force to flip it over. Despite being smaller, the Hellhound can fight off large units like the Hydra and Machimosaurus Rex, though it rarely wins against the former. It can also lift units with its bite, even being able to occasionally pull up the Carnotaurus. Uses The Hellhound is a great unit. Despite being the fourth-weakest in the faction, it can overpower the top units in several other factions, like the Hussar, and can face off against most other high level units, like Goro The Giant and the Brachiosaurus. It is good against range units, since it covers a lot of ground quickly, and is tanky enough to survive most attacks sent before it reaches the unit. It is, overall, a good unit with powerful attacks that let it fend off most units in the game. It’s health also allows it to tank attacks from T.Rex and Spinosaurus, even surviving being hurled through the air by the Rex.HellHound Model was used from unity asset shop Notable Unit Victories List of notably strong units the Hellhound can kill: Titanoboa Machimosaurus Rex Hill Giant Emperor Scorpion Ankylosaurus Triceratops Allosaurus Stegosaurus Rocket ellie Great White Shark