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3.2 multiplies with attacking, and is added to the creature’s health. You find the ferocity value of that creature as a result. :call_me_hand:

That thread will open your :eyes:

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I might have a bit messed up my top ferocity by maxing out Suprannotitan. :sweat_smile:

I hope I’ll be fine. My PvEs had become harder anyway, even before I’ve done that.

I couldn’t help it, was too exciting. :face_with_hand_over_mouth:

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Oof hhmmm….

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gorgosuchus,armormata,indoraptor level 20

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I am not so sure he would switch, gorgo and 2 Indos would combat this.

best for gorgosuchus XD

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Didn’t use Armormata since it could get one shot by the Carnivore with the level I have it at…
Final shot before I roflstomped the opponent:

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Lol at roflstomped🤣

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I thought I was going to have trouble with this one, but got lucky. He switched in the amphibian right away and blocked. I had to guess he blocked and blocked 2. He kept blocking all and then his amphibian got stuck in a 4 block pattern. I was able to save 8, then when he finally attacked all 4, switched in the Metriaphodon and took out his amphibian. Then the Carnivores took care of the rest.






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Ok, looking for more help.

I can’t think of how to win with my normal strategy here and I unfortunately already started this battle. FYI for any future team suggestions, I don’t have a Carnivore or a Pterosaur or an herbivore that can’t be 1 shot by any of the AIs dinos that have an advantage.

My thoughts on the current battle
Me: Reserve 3 attack 1
AI Amphibian: attacks me with all 4 and KOs me
My Pterosaur: Reserve 3 attack 4 and KO his amphibian.
AI herbivore: attacks all 4 and KOs me
My amphibian: I could KO his herbivore in 5 hits, but, then I would only be able to block 2 (I can only survive 1 hit from his Carnivore, not 2).


Sorry, forgot the screenshot

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How many moves does the AI have reserved/block? If zero I would block four and see if the AI attacks three or not (3A1D loop), if this is the case I would then build and swap in flyer after getting to seven or eight.

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Ok, sorry I was too impatient and lost. Tried to get his herbivore into a 3 attack 1 block loop and he blocked 2 and reserved 2 instead.

New battle and new dilemma. I need 4 hits to take out his amphibian. I got the herbivore into the loop and I can take him out with 4 hits (only 3 getting through because he should block 1).

The dilemma is do I block 3 and reserve 1 after that hoping the amphibian only attacks 3? If he does, then great, I’ll have 5 vs his 1 and win. If he attacks 4 though, I lose. But if I block 4 and he only attacks 3, I won’t have enough to KO him.


Edit: should I block 4 and hope he’s still in the loop, then block 3 reserve 1 on the next move?

I blocked 4 to check if he would stay in the loop and he only attacked 3, so I blocked 3 and reserved 1, but he reserved his 1 instead of blocking and took me out :persevere:

Time to try again and this time I’ll just block 3 at the end instead of 4. We’ll see.

Ludia just doesn’t want me to win this one. Got lucky and got my Carnivore with 6 vs 0, which helped me very my Pterosaur in a 3a1b loop and saved 6. Attacked 3 reserved 3 giving my amphibian 7 vs 0. Attacked 4 KOing his herbivore. But instead of attacking 4, his Carnivore blocked 2 and reserved 2 taking me out.



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Ok, that was a lot of dang (not the word I want to use) dinos used to win a Nasutoceratops.

I ended up getting lucky and getting his amphibian in a 3a1b pattern up to 8, attacked 4 and tried to keep the pattern alive, but he eventually broke it. Then got his herbivore into a 3a1b pattern and I attacked and kept the pattern going until I somehow ended up with 6 vs 0 with him at lower health now. So I attacked 3 and reserved 3 since those 3 attacks would put him low enough for my amphibian to take him out with 3 hits and still have 4 left over.
I blocked 3 and reserved 1 with this 4 hoping he would attack 4 with his Carnivore, but just like before he blocked 2 and reserved 2. So I blocked 5 expecting him to attack all 6 and he did. I was able to finally finish it off by attacking 4 and ending this horrid battle.

There’s no way I win this battle without several loops, I don’t understand how Ludia expects me to win without it. This can’t be a fair match with my lineup. Is this Ludias way of telling me up start increasing ferocity?








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What does the top of your lineup look like?

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Here’s the top of my lineup, then the top of each class.





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That is by far the worst matchup I have ever seen, your matchup is 169.1% stronger than the top three of your lineup.

I will be curious to see what you have for tomorrow’s matchup and see if it calms back down.

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Here’s today’s challenge. I decided to level up my Tanycolagreus from 17 to 20 (my first VIP that I leveled to 20) so it’s could take 2 hits from the herbivore in hopes he would switch to his amphibian. Hopefully he attacks, then keeps attacking until I can reserve 3 and attack 1 for him to attack all 4. Then I can attack 4 KOing his amphibian and block 3. Hopefully he attacks 4. I’ll reserve 3 attack 1 again to get him to attack all 4. Then I attack 4 with my Proceratosaurus KOing his Pterosaur and block 3. Hopefully he attacks 4 with his herbivore, then I can attack 4 and win.

The problem is the AI for the infinity battle doesn’t battle the same like it does in tournaments. So, any thoughts before I give this a go?

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He may not even switch out the para g2 which would be really annoying, it seems more likely that they will attack if you have a weakish creature to lead off and more likely to switch if your lead off is strong.

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