Yet again, its hard to argue with the fact that Ludia is manipulating the RNG, or should i say NSRNG (not so random number generator)… here is what ive noticed, certain dinos perform differently depending on the match up or the arena. For instance, my level 24 erlidominus is supposed to have a 50% chance of evasion when it cloaks, and while that might be true, i tested it out in the lower arenas during some of the strike events. I can tell you that in over 20 instances the cloak only worked once in the low arenas. Of course I didn’t mind due to the fact that the lower level dinos really did minimal damage. I believe that the same thing is happening with Thoradolosaur. It boasts a 40% chance to go crit, though in reality its closer to 90% in the aviary. My guess is that in the lower arenas this dino would probably crit much lower thus balancing out the advertised 40% AVERAGE. To put that prospective, my lvl 24 utahsino is susposed to go crit 45% of the time which increase crit chance, but it only works about 1 out of 5 times. This may also explain why many gamers have noticed that the 75% stun does not work as advertised, while a select few claim it works all the time, because it depends on the situation, so a 50% cloak may work 25% in some arenas and 75% in others. But going back to thoradolasaur, its hard to argue with the frequency of crits (anyone in the higher arenas will tell you) and its really unfair to claim 40% as an average since you really only see uniques in the high arenas unless someone deliberately tanks, and even then they probably wont fall lower than the lockwood estate. My suspicion is that ludia will drop this percentage in the next meta. They did this with monomimus. If you recall, csf came in 3rd place during the first tournament, and in an interview with metahub he mentioned that he faced a challenge against an opponents lvl 30 monomi which was supposed to evade 50% of the time, though in reality it felt like 80! Ludia waited for everyone to go out level up monomi, and then nerfed the living daylights out of it… I suspect they will do the same with thoradolasaur… clever marketing is what it is… your thoughts?