Many players have noticed that cunning creatures got the short end of the stick. Resilient creatures tear right through them, stripping them down and leaving them vulnerable. This is however by design, and I believe it is no gross miscalculation; Cunning creatures need to have a weakness. But cunning creatures also need a strength. As it stands cunning creatures are meant to take down fierce creatures, but a resilient or fierce creature can do the same task just as well (if not better). For this reason cunning creatures should be further enhanced to fill their niche. I propose that evasive moves dodge 100% of damage. This enhancement allows for creatures like Erlidominous and Monomimus to more easily dispatch the likes Thoradolosaur, while still leaving them vulnerable to resilient creatures. The many creatures with resilient attacks will keep these evasive moves in check. It should also be noted that more fierce creatures should be introduced to keep the tanks in check. I am sure Mortem Rex will be a welcomed addition to many strike teams along side Thoradolosaur to take down the abundance of tanky nuisances in the higher arenas, but more choices to allow for variety would be appreciated. Creatures like Ardentismaxima and Diorajasaur are allowed to flaunt their shields with relative comfort because of the mass exodus of nullification and the confiscation of defense shattering capabilities from some creatures. To combat this I propose the addition of at least one more chomper similar to Thoradolosaur be introduced. I know I’m not the only one who wants to see a big bite taken out of these tanks.