The Saurian Triceratops prorsus was designed before I joined the project but lucky for me I got to design the rest of the lifecycle. From left to right: super adult, sub-adult, juvenile, and baby. The super adults are absolutely massive and will probably be able to fend off all but the most aggressive and large rexes. Also trike skulls sure do some weird things as they age up. Ugh the face on the baby, it looks like a dinosaur trying to be a person and I hate it.
Other Saurian Work
Photoshop CS5: 15 hours
Triceratops Design©Urvogel Games LLC
IIRC, this allowed for its body to be highly compact, sturdy, and "back heavy" to support the head, along with a wide center of balance to prevent any 'tops tipping
visual reference: image.ibb.co/e1Sfrp/forelimb_p…
From what I've seen, hippo skeletons only have a very slight outward bend. Otherwise, they're mostly columnar in posture. What I can say, however, is that Triceratops were likely as aggressive as hippos.