For context, this suggestion is mainly motivated by Satyr Fighters and fire traps in Elysium Mines where I regularly have the following experience: Satyr and I spot each other from opposite ends of a corridor. Satyr charges at me yelling HO HAH IMMA CRUSH YOR BONEZZ. I step on the pressure plate and flames shoot out of the walls at either side, right in front of me. Satyr stops right in front of me and gets thoroughly roasted while I beat the crap out of it. I can understand running into a trap which hasn't been triggered, I can understand running through a trap to get at me, I could even understand stopping in the flame jets to try and knock me back then immediately pushing forward into a clear space; but standing there showing no sign it understands the negative effects of fire seems at odds with the otherwise relatively intelligent nature of satyrs. Because the example is very situational I don't know how widespread this behaviour is (i.e. maybe wolves & bears have a flag that would make them more likely to avoid the flames?) and for some creatures it kind of makes sense (like ghosts being only loosely tethered to the physical plane might be genuinely oblivious to inanimate traps). Anyway I don't consider this a high priority especially since it makes my enemies easier to dispatch, it's more that I like the idea of them having some sense of self-preservation if it can be worked in at some point.