Why did you do this? I feel like the !== is wrong. This: != means it does not equal something. (For instance (python), if enemy.type != "munchkin": This: == means it does equal something. (For instance, if enemy.type == "witch":) By doing !== you’re making it unequal and equal to something.
…Maybe it’s =! or !=. Now I can’t remember if it’s the exclamation point first or not.