@Andy_wan_kenobi: Good strategy, and one I also employ. All other things being equal, I try to lead with a meatshield (e.g., Apatosaurus, Therizonosaurus) and finish with a glass cannon (Concavenator, Zalmoxes). @Potato’s screenshots show he or she anticipates that the computer will switch out dinosaurs to try to take advantage of the class, which the computer usually (not always) does.
@Potato, thanks for caring and asking. I didn’t mean to usurp this thread into the “Help @HanSoloWannaBe get better” thread, but here’s what I got today. Easier battles, but still tough enough that I won’t be able to finish all available daily events:
This was my opening battle: a fairly easy win thanks to my Mastadonsaurus, Apatosaurus, and a level 40 Dimetrodon that you don’t see.
I then did another battle on Clash of the Titans followed by this battle:
I did not
win it, sadly. Even with my class advantages, the opponents just had too much HP for me to take them out before they took me out.
I am now left with these two battle options, along with the significant cooldown times you see (most of my PvE-worthy dinos take 4-16 hours to cool down):
(The second screenshot was taken before I entered into battle; the first in the pair shows you my now-depleted first string of dinos).
Again, it’s not that big of a deal. My entire goal was to remark on how the PvE suddenly jumped in difficulty (at least for me) a week or so ago, such that I’m not able to play all the PvE I’d like to. No big deal, especially in the grand scheme of life. There’s still plenty of other things to do in the game, and I’ve picked up some helpful wisdom from the rest of you. Maybe one of us should/will start a PvE/PvP strategies thread.