Just your friendly neighborhood crab-shelled, fire-breathing, mojo fueled elephant.description, game
Shellephants are crabs and elephants mixed together. They are known for being some of the strongest titans in Crash of the Titans. In episode seventeen, Adolt Edumacation, some Shellephants are seen in cages and being shot at with ray-turrets (possible Evolvo-rays).
They only appeared in episode six of Crash Of The Titans. The first Shellellephant is seen locked in a cage in Koo-ala village, but he will break free as soon as Crash defeats all Koo-alas in the village. Later, a Shellephant appears in Tiny's boss fight, where it has to be hijacked by Crash to defeat Tiny. Since episode 6, Shellellephants will appear as enemies in some levels (e. g. 15) After level 19, they will not appear anymore.
The Shellephant is a large, quadrupedal titan. It is covered with white spikes coming out of its back, arms, and trunk. Its body is brown in color. It has twin tusks with a ring on each of the tusks.
- Light attack: It stomps the ground with its front legs if the light attack button is pressed at the right time it can continue a string of light attacks forever.
- Heavy attack: It swings its trunk.
- Special attack: It breathes fire from its trunk and can spin around in place.
In other languages
|Spanish||Cangrejofante||portmanteau of 'cangrejo' (lit. crab) and 'elefante' (lit. elephant)|
|Dutch||Schildolifant||portmanteau of 'schild' (lit. shield/armor/shell) and 'olifant' (lit. elephant)|
|German||Panzerfant||portmanteau of 'Panzer' (lit. armor/shell) and 'Elefant' (lit. elephant)|
|Italian||Elefandrago||portmanteau of 'elefante' (lit. elephant) and 'drago' (lit. dragon)|
|Finnish||Rapunorsu||lit. crab elephant|
|Danish||Shellefant||portmanteau of the English word 'shell' and 'elefant' (lit. elephant)|
|Norwegian||Skallefant||portmanteau of 'skall' (lit. shell) and 'elefant' (lit. elephant)|
|Swedish||Shellefant||portmanteau of the English word 'shell' and 'elefant' (lit. elephant)|
|portmanteau of 'броня' (lit. armor) and 'слон' (lit. elephant)|