Okay, so I was just hoping to get some clarity on how tenacity and potency work. I feel that tenacity is heavily favored, as whenever "tenacity up" is granted via Yoda or Rex, it trumps anything I can throw at it. My Emperor Palpatine has 106% potency, if you include the 32% that he is supposed to be getting from his leadership ability it becomes 138% potency. Why is it that with this much potency, I can never apply shock or stun to a character with "tenacity up?" I am only assuming here that tenacity up works the same as offense up or defense up, and offers the same amount, which is +50% of said stat. So why do characters who do not have a base tenacity of any more than say 20-30% become immune to every form of debuff, regardless of the amount of potency on the character attempting to apply the debuff? It appears to me that tenacity up is not working as intended, and instead makes entire squads immune to debuffs for the duration of the buff...or perhaps that is it's intention, and if so, instead of being dubbed tenacity up, it should be labeled something such as debuff immunity. Again, some clarity on this topic would be much appreciated.