The whole DC thing (which I DO NOT want to rehash) has gotten me thinking… how do you gauge just how much strategy a dino takes to use. People say DC is no strategy, while I think it’s a lot, whereas I think Thor is more of a no strategy dino…
Tryko? I think it takes quite a bit to use it right, while Dilo, Utarinex, and Erlidom all seem to follow the same basic move patterns with very little variation - not a lot of real strategy there.
So, in your opinion, what does it take for a dino to be a “strategic” dino, while others require “no strategy”.
Here’s my take on it - when I see who gets picked for a battle I immediately think about how one dino can set up another based on what my opponent is likely to be playing (for instance the majority of people I used to face would start with spinotasuchus, but since the unique event, that has shifted to erlidom). That way I decide who to start with, and what moves to use based on what the opponent actually sends out. A better move set and flexibility is what I look for in strategy… plus the option to really surprise your opponent with an unexpected move.