This is about the dinosaur story again. Anyways, the secondary antagonist of the story is a Quetzalcoatlus named General Azdark, who has a thick German accent and a fleet of three other pterosaurs whom he is very bossy and grouchy with. There's also a couple intense scenes where he chases the heroes through the dinosaur city while trying to grab them in his storklike bill. The pterosaur fleet also consists of... A British Pteranodon named Captain Longiceps, who is a clever schemer who only attacks when he feels it's time to do so. A female Japanese Ornithocheirus named Sergeant Senshi who is a quick and silent warrior. The rare times she speaks, it's in Japanese. A Brazilian Tapejara named Private Bobo who's a pretty incompetent soldier compared to the others. He is upbeat, happy, and friendly, and he's more interested in partying, Samba music, and making smoothies than fighting. What scares me is the idea of German, British, Japanese, and/or Brazilian audiences being offended by these characters. I won't deny that they're somewhat stereotypical with the accents and everything. Of course, it's impossible to predict what will offend people, especially since different people are offended by different things. Cartoon Network thought Speedy Gonzales cartoons were offensive to Hispanic audiences until it turned out Mexicans saw the character as a positive role model. For those wondering the final fates for the characters... Longiceps and Senshi are both devoured by Darren, a Megalodon who befriends the heroes. Azdark is trampled and killed by the freed prisoner dinosaurs during the climax. Bobo reforms and throws a Samba party for all the other dinosaurs. So, what do you think? Are these characters offensive or not?