But maybe if you had a better dinosaur on the team you may not have come down to such a close battle? I just cant see its single use as being really worth placement over something that may be better or have a better move set!
I’m finding it pretty underwhelming, but that could be it’s underleveled on my team, it’s level 14, my team ranges from 18-16. I do like sending it in for the confusion it causes, but it really is fighting a 3v4 since it’s SIA is really all i use it for. With that being said, it does have a niche on my team in a very, situational matchup, Stegodeus VS Tragodistis. It happened to me today, stegod got Trag’s HP down to about half then Bam Draco comes in with the shattering rampage and defeats trag. Other than this certain niche it’s going off my team once I get it’s hybrid.
I have been testing it all night in friendly battles with my alliance. It works extremely well when it is lined up to the right of a Dino with a swap out move. You can do over 3k easily between the two. However, as you already stated, you are left with a piece of paper to fight with. I offer you this… take a hard look at Baryonyx Gen 2. You may be surprised. Out.
@Stiffeno I take it all back. I did some more testing with both. Baryonyx Gen 2 gets locked down for two turns (even though it doesn’t say that). If your Draco can survive just one hit, there is an extremely high chance you with kill 2 dinos very easily by swapping. I am still experimenting with the best combos. I’ve had a lot of success with using multiple dinos with swap in abilities. However, they are not all good together. Things can definitely go badly with the wrong combinations! Best of luck.
It’s a fun gimmick but so far I’ve had it happen to me 3 times and none of the times have they gotten me low enough to kill off a creature with the surprise swap. They could’ve done it in the middle of the battle but they saved it for the last 2-2 situation and in that situation it just wasn’t helpful since you’ll need to level it quite a lot before it strikes hard enough.