The ferocity values assigned to dinosaurs within the game do not accurately reflect the dinosaurs' ability to win a battle. Here are some values called balanced ferocity that are more accurate.
Everyone has probably noticed that carnivores/piscivores are underestimated in real strength, for ferocity is calculated primarily on health, not attack. For this reason, I calculate relative health and attack. That is, instead of simply adding health and attack, we should think about health ratios and attack ratios. (Also note that if a bronze dino and silver dino have the same ferocity, the broze may be better in both stats. Same goes with silver to gold, basically ferocity is amplified by simply being bronze siver or gold)
Health and attack have a "multiplied" effect. For a hypothetical example, you have 10 health and 1 attack vs. another dinosaur with 10 health and 1 attack. Imagine that you instead double your health and attack giving you 20 health and 2 attack (keeping their dinosaur unchanged). You would now be able to beat 2 * 2 = 4 of their dinosaurs (because you would take 20 hits, and they only take 5).
My procedure is simple: considering the best dinosaur the 100% in health and 100% in attack, I multiply a dinosaur's relative health with its relative attack to get its balanced ferocity (factors of 100 added until the max ferocity is 100). Here is a quick formula to calculate balanced ferocity in the Jurassic Park that you can use in real time before you reach the max values in the table below...
balanced ferocity = health * attack / 326592
Of course, as is the case with any metric, things depend on the specifics of the situation. For example, if you plan on blocking (let's say if trying to get a gold medal in the Battle Arena), health does not matter much, if at all. For another example, given a specific matching of dinosaurs, the most efficient situation is to be able to just barely defeat them on the final blow and to have just a hair of health left yourself before the final blow to defeat you. I know this is not a perfect system, but it is quite precise. I hope it will be useful for someone.
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