Boosts aren’t going anywhere. That’s fine. The problem I think is less that they’re here, and more that they are allowed to go so deep. What if there was an artificial limit on how deep you can go, but not how broad?
Let me explain.
Billions of boosts for sale. Fine. Buy as much as you can. Boost your dinos. But limit it artificially to how much you can boost a dino at any given point in time - gate it.
E.g. week 1 of boost, can take any dino to tier 3. Week 2, tier 4. Week 4, tier 5 (I’m making numbers up).
Why? What does this do?
First of all, it makes levels relevant again by keeping the amount of boosts a single dino can receive to a controllable level.
But what about those that bought billions!! Great - you can boost more than just 4 or 5 dinos then. The rest of us won’t have enough. Also, when new dinos come, they can be gated too - and you big spenders can adapt a lot faster then the rest of us.
I think this still allows advantage, while ensuring we stop seeing stuff like this:
Obviously would require boost reset again, but that’s doable.