Does it seem unfair(?) to anyone else that Superior Vulnerability is literally just Superiority Strike plus vulnerability? Now both are good moves, and I personally haven’t experienced any imbalance with this, it just seems like an odd design choice to me. Superior Vulnerability reminds me of Cautious Strike in that it’s a standard move that just does so many things: cleanse distraction, applies 50% speed debuff for one turn, and applies vulnerable for one turn. Granted, most of the creatures with Superior Vulnerability could definitely use the buff over the old Vulnerability Strike (Testa might be an exception here; I know it’s good, but I haven’t had enough experience using/fighting against it to be sure). So should one of Superior Vulnerability’s effects be removed (to put it more in line with Superiority Strike), or is it fine as it is? And if it should be changed, which effect should be removed? I’m honestly not sure what I would do here, so I’m curious what you guys think.