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“Without sadness we do not learn to appreciate what we still have in life.” – Trevor, RAWR! It’s Donisaur!



The origins of Donisaur
The character Doni was first created by accident in 2009, when Thomas made a typing error when writing about Dinosaurs. (He mistype it as Donisaur, and there lies the origins of the Novel’s title.)
The concept art of Donisaur started back in Zuperbuu’s DeviantArt days, in 2004, with the early drawings of a young cloned Allosaurus. Over the years the creation was left in his archives, gathering dust, until he returned to it in 2009 and gave it a name and new identity.

Story Brief (Release Date TBC)
It is the distant future; cloning is at its greatest point in history; with animals near extinction brought back to full strength. The known world is at peace and now strives to learn more about its prehistoric past by cloning extinct animals from ancient times.
Doni and Bluth, a pair of cloned Tyrannosaurus Rexes, enter a facility that houses the best prehistoric animal clones; paid for by public visitors, it is the most visited zoo of its kind in the world.
It is here that Doni meets his future friends; Tracy and Trevor, a pair of proud and honourable Triceratops, Steve the slow-witted Stegosaurus, and Archie the shy but intelligent Archaeopteryx.
Doni embarks on a journey of knowledge; learning what the modern-world expect him to be like, and that it is up to him to show this new world what a real Tyrannosaurus Rex is all about with the help of his new friends. All the while his brother Bluth seeks to pester him at every turn.

Can Doni change this modern-world’s view of what the Tyrannosaurus Rex has always been envisioned to be? Or will Bluth continue to keep that image alive?

Reading Requirements/Information
–  This story is written in third-person.
– No knowledge of Jinimaru is needed, as they are not involved in this story in any shape or form.
– RAWR! It’s Donisaur! is considered suitable for everyone to read.


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