Battlesaurus: Rampage at Waterloo

Brian Falkner

This replacement background re-imagines the 1815 conflict of Waterloo as a victory for the French emperor Napoléon Bonaparte, while he unleashes a negative mystery weapon - vast carnivorous survivors from pre-history - on his unsuspecting British and Prussian adversaries. during this international, smaller "saurs" are a daily threat within the forests of Europe, and the Americas are a forbidden quarter roamed by way of the biggest and most dangerous animals ever to stroll the earth. yet in his quest for strength, Napoléon has discovered how to flip those immense dinosaurs into 19th century guns of mass destruction. basically Willem Verheyen, an interloper residing in hiding within the tiny village of Gaillemarde, has the facility to damage the tyrant's plans. And Napoléon will cease at not anything to discover him.
War is coming, and younger Willem is not any longer secure, for Gaillemarde is simply a stone's throw from the fields of Waterloo -- fields on the way to quickly run pink with blood.

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