Hi all, I haven't seen the topic anywhere, or I'm just bad at searching.... I want to understand the rules of the PvP "AI" in the arena. Mostly for fun, but if we crack the behavior we might be able to use it for our advantage as well. After playing a lot of arena matches, I've found the following: Your opponent always aim straight for the pig with lowest health on its side of the field. This also means that there is no consideration of pigs standing in front of it, or that the AI would try to optimize overall damage. If the attack is a black SS, then the center of the attack is on that pig. If 2 or more pigs have equal health, the opponent aims for the pig closest to "home/its own birds" of the pigs with lowest health. This is a pattern I have seen, but I'm not 100% sure that it is like this. A funny note for this is that sometimes (especially when using Xeno's SS) a pig without health is still on the board. This is an obvious bug, but the AI always chooses that pig to hit anyway (if it is on the upper side of the field). What I haven't been able to find out is how the attacking bird is chosen? Can you help me out in finding this out?