With Lazarus there are a few issues and a few upsides. The downside is your pretty much going to end up with a really long game or a really short one. Either the monster can’t find laz and continues to down the trapper when domed, making it nearly impossible to lay down enough fire to chew through the monsters armor (no strikes though). Or catches Laz either by luck or skill and proceeds to rampage through a team battered by a lack of consistent healing. Don’t get me wrong, his heals are surprisingly good, but there is an endless degree of humor in his reference to treating the disease rather than the symptom in one of his quotes and then treating the symptom (i.e. the disease is low health or no healing and the symptom is death). Upsides are if the monster tries to body camp too hard they will loose a lot of health, and the device revives fast enough to sneak it in if your good. Players need to play smart. If someone dies or is downed and you have a Lazarus on your team, don’t follow the monster very far when he inevitably runs away in or out of the dome. The only thing that’s going to shut down Laz is getting spotted and targeted or the body being eaten. Keep line of site or your incapped friend. If the monster comes around you’ll snag him and light him up, doing extra damage and keeping him from body snatching and extra armor. If he stays away his work was for naught and your ready for another round. Just make sure that you keep him ALIVE. Coordinate with support to drop a cloak as Laz runs out. You’ll have to reduce movement if you want him to stay reliably in the field while avoiding aoe damage if your targeted, but it can run the game far longer if he can’t single out Laz. Once his cloak is out it’s not going to be an easy fight. Trapper’s should be extra careful once the dome is up as well. If you go down the circus tent’s going with you. Keep your distance. If you play Laz, don’t pop that cloak till you’ve been targeted or till you need to sneak a revive. Don’t be overly stingy with it either. It’s much better if your alive, since if you go down the team is likely beat up a bit and will be short work for a monster. Lastly don’t stay too far out. Unless you have a high degree of coordination with your team, that monster could slip your teammates and eat the body, effectively negating your existence. All in all it comes down to how you and your team coordinate, as it pretty much does with everyone else!