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Explain this one?!

#1

So first round of a battle, I send out a level 21 stegoceratops (speed 115) and my opponent has a level 24 stegodus (speed 107) I hit first with a slowing impact (as is tradition) and my opponent hits me with a thagomizer. Now these two moves both reduce speed by 50% each, however somehow my opponent managed to go before me and kill my poor little Dino with APR… Can anyone please explain how he did that?

#2

Firstly Stegoceratops has 110 not 115.

Anyway, not that that makes a difference. This is a known bug that Ludia chooses to ignore, hence it wasn’t noted on their recent patch notes.

#3

IMO its whoever deals the last slowdown move that gets priority next time, even if the math disagrees.

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#4

i guess first move is always guarenteed if its a fresh not swapped in dino. so yeah the last move gets priority

#5

although ive noticed this can happen throughout the match especially with ss. so it must be a bug.

#6

Next time start with the 10% stun. It’s a small gamble but worth it should the stun work. And you know how the RNG goes… 10% works more than the 33 or 75 lol. Even if the stun doesn’t work, you can now use slowing impact last and gain speed priority back.

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#7

50% of 110 is 55. 50% of 107 is 53.5. Opinions in math don’t really matter much.

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