It happens all the time: a player has GI Jazz on the ropes and then his SA kicks in. He gains five stacks of Heal and three stacks of Armor. Buoyed by this respite from the furious pummeling he had just received, his first move is to...tag out? Now, as that player I guess I do not mind. But GI Jazz is a defensive icon. His ability to recover with Heal, resist further attacks with Armor and commence the Big Band Beatdown in earnest is the stuff of legend. Well, it doesn't happen anymore. Retreats are too easy for the AI, even when it is tactically stupid to do so. If Meow has Last Stand, she shouldn't be running. If GI Jazz leaves during the heal and armor, he surrenders his only real advantage. If we want to put our best fighters into the Rift Battles, we need to know that our best fighters will stick around and fight, yeah? I do not know if this is an easy exception to make, but I suspect that there could be a Meow/GI Jazz exception that builds their SA triggers into the decision to stay or flee. Please consider this.