Idk, isn’t that kind of the point? Beating a Wraith generally is going to be more about combat ability as opposed to hunting and tracking ability. Wraith is generally weaker at straight up combat at stage 3 than Kraken or Goliath, if played correctly, in my opinion - which is where I think counter-play comes in.
I still think Wraith needs a change or two, I think being able to eat in stealth is dumb and is literally the reason I’ve won games against teams who are excellent at fighting me.
When I unlocked elite Wraith I was ranked #6, which isn’t saying much more than I’ve played Wraith more than others, but whatever.
When I’ve played hunter and domed a Wraith I’ve only felt that it’s my fault or my teams fault for not tracking the Wraith when she decoys, as if you shoot her you can see her momentarily even when invisible, similarly with Spy in tf2.
And there are level 1 domes against Krakens and Goliaths that go much more poorly than “Damn, we didn’t even take away all of her armor” and it boils down to bad engagement spots, which at level 1 seems like it could be either unlucky for the hunters or good play on the monster’s part.
I for one am very particular when choosing where I go at level 1 in the off-chance I do get domed.