1) What platform are you playing the game on? Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One?Windows (Steam)
2) What game version are you playing? Please don't say "the latest"! Your version number can be found on the title screen at the bottom left corner.0.21.2
3) Please describe in as much detail as possible how to reproduce the bug/crash, or what you were doing when the issue occurred. If there was a crash, please copy and paste the full crash log, but note that we'll need more information outside of just a crash log in order to figure out what the problem is.
In a recent patch, the way enemy creatures interacted with Class Swapped spell gems was changed to be more consistent with how it works for the player’s permanent creatures: they now only are able to have spell gems of the same class equipped, but those gems could potentially be any spell from any class as long as they’re Class Swapped to the creature’s own class. I admit I found this change frustrating, since previously I would only need to Inspect Chaos creatures for the presence of Warp Reality but now every enemy in the game can possibly have it available. It makes sense that it would work this way, though, even if it means enemy Resurrections are much more common now.
The problem is that temporary creatures’ spell gem pool hasn’t been updated to match the way every other creature’s spell gem pool works now. Summoned creatures of a given class will only ever have spells of that specific class’s spell pool equipped, but that limited selection of spells can and often will be Class Swapped to completely different classes (see attached screenshot).
I transformed my Life-Spell-buffing Ophan into my Nether Creature specifically because I summon Life Creatures; the fact that so many of their spells get swapped away from being Life element for absolutely no benefit is extremely frustrating. It’s even worse than that, actually: the spells’ mana costs are inflated by the Class Swap Property! It’s a trade-off that makes sense when it allows creatures to access spells they’d otherwise be unable to cast, but when randomly applied to the spells they would have had anyway it’s a senseless punishment for attempting to incorporate RNG into one’s party design.