This occurred to me the other day: hownis it that a stunned creature maintains its evasive stance? I have no problem that an evasive creature can be stunned, but is it’s “stance” really so evasive that while it sits there dazed and confused another creature is able to miss it entirely? It’s able to “dodge” by swaying back an forth like a drunkard?
I don’t think stun should nullify the evasive stance entirely, but while the creature is stunned it shouldn’t be able to dodge. If the evasive is still active after the stunned turn then it can still have another chance to dodge.
I think this only applies to Indoraptor at the moment, any other evasive or cloaking creatures are also immune that I can think of.
What do you think? Logically, a stunned indoraptor would not be able to dodge, right?