"Indy never had to put up with this"

Films: The Cremators (1972)

Alias: None

Type: Alien

Location: Lake

Height/Weight: That of a small house.

Affiliation: Neutral, leaning on Evil

Summary: Boulders are great for chasing iconic heroes and generally being the first thing you think of when bringing up potential natural obstacles. So how about we have one that's literally on fire? No one? No one at all?

History: These rolling balls of sentient death have been observed since the age of the Native American tribes. Plenty of time to breed actually. There are many eggs from this thing, and it can't wait for them to join in on the burning crusade to kill all for their life essence.

Notable Kills: It runs you over and leaves nothing but an ash imprint. Not the most pleasant send-off.

Final Fate: To kill two birds with one stone, the roller is lured into running over both its eggs and explosives, killing them all...except two of the eggs, that is...

Powers/Abilities: Let's just say that you might as well get steamrolled by a mini-star when this thing comes around.

Weakness: Explosives.

Scariness Factor: 4.5-It's a living star that chases you around until you're burned to a crisp. Is there anything else that needs to be said?

Trivia: -The "dune-roller" name comes from this film's alternate title, "The Dune Rollers".

-The heat of the sun, the largest known star, is estimated to be more than 10 million degrees Celsius.

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At least the poster is more honest than most.
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