| #008: Guan
16 ft. - 4.9 m. (Medium)
A rare Transformation-class vivosaur, Guan also has excellent Attack support. Learn Great Unmasking to transform into a T-Rex!
Guan gains strong support effects as it goes up in rank. It can also learn Great Unmasking and transform into a T-Rex!
Said to be an ancestor of the tyrannosaurus.
|Fossil Fighters||Mt. Lavaflow|
|Fossil Fighters: Champions||Dusty Dunes (Rare)|
Stats and Skills (Max Rank)
|Great Unmasking||---||360||Transform to T-Rex|
Success rate: 100%
|Scorch Breath||117||250||Team Skill: Attack both AZ and SZ|
Super Revival forms
|Silver Head Fossil||Silver Body Fossil||Silver Arm Fossil||Silver Leg Fossil||Gold Fossil|
|360 20||360 20||360 20||360 20||440 100|
|64 5||59||69 10||59||64 5|
|14||24 10||14||19 5||19 5|
- Guan has the same Super Revival colors as its relative, T-Rex. This was probably meant to further emphasize the relation of the two.
- Guan is the only Vivosaur capable of Transformation that is not small, with the exception of B-Tricera in Fossil Fighters: Champions.
- As the Fossil Museum/Fossilary entry states, Guanlong, which Guan is based on, is a close relative of the Tyrannosaurus. This most likely inspired the move Great Unmasking, which transforms Guan into T-Rex.
- If Guan is Super Revived with a Silver Fossil, its increased stat total will not be added to the stats of the transformed T-Rex, nor will it become T-Rex Lord if the Guan has a Miraculous Fossil Rock applied.
- Guan has the highest attack boost of any vivosaur at 90, making it incredibly useful in the SZ when paired with high attack AZ vivosaurs.
- Guan's Fossilary description in Fossil Fighters: Champions erroneously states that it is found in Hot Spring Heights. 
- Despite this, if the Fossilary is organized by Dig Site, it is correctly grouped with the rest of the Dusty Dunes Vivosaurs.
|Fossil Fighters: Champions|
|Fossil Fighters: Frontier|