Alright, the once incredibly overpowered Procerathomimus has finally been nerfed, and I’m sure a lot of players are having a good laugh about it. After all the frustration it has caused, it’s only natural to want to see that thing shredded and knitted into one of those Christmas-themed sweaters.
Even Indominus rex G2 has been nerfed, somewhat ending the reign of the overpowered Epic Hybrid tournament creatures since Erlikogamma now beats it 100% of the time.
[Also, RIP Scaphotator. Your loss will be mourned]
But let’s take a serious look at this for a moment. How bad could it be, you ask?
Procerathomimus has completely lost its ability to counter Indominus rex G2, can be ground into mincemeat by Sarcorixis and Brontolasmus, and Erlikogamma can take it out in one hit without taking any damage. Even Thylacotator can beat it now (no kidding). Heck, even Nodopatosaurus and Edmontoguanodon consistently beat it now.
And what, you might ask, has become of poor old Majundaboa, the OG Yoshi counter? Thanks to Procerathomimus getting Nullifying Counter, for whatever reason, Majundaboa has lost its only role.
And that isn’t even the end of it. Procerathomimus is no longer guaranteed to be able to swap out against a creature with No Escape, of which there are now 3 among the Epic hybrids.
We have also lost the only hybrid creature in the game with 131 speed, and since Grylenken and Diloracheirus aren’t going to have their speed buffed anytime soon, it looks like we’ll remain 131-less for a while. Although I understand not everyone might care about this particular nitpick.
[Edit: Monomimus has 131 speed now. I guess it came full circle]
But overall, is that really fair? Is this the nerf that Procerathomimus deserved (according to you, of course)?
- Yes, it is
- No, it isn’t
Also, I shouldn’t have to say this, but please keep the comments civil. If you don’t know how to express your opinion without insulting people, then kindly leave your vote and… leave.