I know I’ll get berated for this, but I have a background in biostats and am not an idiot, so hear me out.
We all post all the time about the “RNG” and how it is the scourge or our life. “Stop the stunning”, “Sick of 10’s”, Buff this and that because of it being OP (everyone argues it’s the RNG).
I would hesitate to make the RNG a pure one. There are clearly bias in the RNG. One, for instance, is the unarguable ability for Trex to get stunned. He by far is the most easy dino to stun in the game hands down. I’ve also noticed lower level dinos tend to have better fusions than higher ones (I also concede that we do more fusions, so it might feel better, but maybe percentage wise it isn’t.). Even something like matchmaking is supposed to be random, but they clearly came out and said there are underlying restrictions and parameters to that part of the RNG.
My point is maybe there are parts of the RNG we don’t understand, because it isn’t always a pure RNG. Because of that there can be “tricks” or advantages to leverage in this background code that clearly controls the parameters by which the RNG is run.