This sequal to How Can I Protect Medieval Villages From Chompers? concerns only one thing: Chomper Evolutions.
Yeah, that's right, those potentially man-eating walking eggs evolve into even more terrifying monsters. So let's see how deadly these are, shall we?
1. Glutton Gluttons are about the size of a small car, and most of that is their big belly. Their egg-shaped bodies are round in front, coming to a razor-sharp point in the back, and are not only segmented (their shell has bands, like an earthworm's body) but reinforced, in order, by: 1. a thick, tough, rubbery membrane, 2. a layer of shock-absorbing blubber, and 3. a cartilaginous skeleton.
This body ends in a set of sunken eyes encased in a thick "lens" of translucent shell and a huge mouth, a bowl-shaped cavity in the body rimmed with recurved fangs and endowed with a long, tough, strong, and prehensile tongue (basically an octopus tentacle). This mouth is almost always open, but if needed, the Glutton can close it tight. When the jaws open again, a vaccuum is created that sucks in nearby food (think Dunkleostus).
This body is held up by six flexible (but also armored) tube-like legs, each ending in a tripod with suction cups (a tripod of octopus tentacles). Oh, and that shell is fourteen times tougher than tooth enamel and an inch thick, Gluttons can climb walls, and they can spew a bathtub's worth of acid (acid 4x stronger than a regular Chompers). They are also capable of understanding and mimicking human speech, have chimp-level intelligence, and can walk on walls and ceilings despite their weight (akin to that of a hippo).
As if that wasn't enough, they can eat three times their weight in food in one sitting.
2. Savage The real heavy-hitter here. This stocky, dinosaur-like monster is about the size of a bear and has the strength and attitude of one as well. Like a bear, even if you inflict a fatal blow (or shot) on a Savage it will ignore that and try to maul you instead. However, bears aren't covered in biological plate armor that's three inches thick and 28x harder and tougher than tooth enamel, with all the reinforcements of a Glutton above and caustic blood that is nicknamed "liquid fire" for its capacity to "burn" through any organic matter it comes in contact with (excepting the Savage itself, of course).
Savages also have armored eyes, like a Glutton, and they also spit powerful acid, but they have four sets of talons (each one equipped with razor-sharp claws) instead of six tripod legs and can stand upright (which they're usually doing, always watching for prey or danger) or go on all fours. They can climb trees and stone walls, but they're not nearly as good at climbing as Gluttons.
However, Savages are much faster (and smarter) than Gluttons. They can read an adventurer's movements, then dodge, counter, or strike with enough skill to make a master swordsman nervous; make and use simple weapons (Ex: using their claws to turn a large log into a stake, then throwing it like a spear), and even recognize, mimic, and adapt human tactics. They are suspected to have intelligence rivaling that of a human, and Savages have been documented using human speech.
The Question: Simply put, my question is How Can Medieval Villagers Protect Themselves From Gluttons and Savages?
Criteria for best answer:
The best answer will include active and passive methods; methods that require human action to work and others that work without interference. I count behavioral patterns as active methods.
The best answer will thoroughly cover multiple viable methods and explain why they'd work.
Said methods should be viable for medieval villagers, something they can actually come up with and produce. That being said, human ingenuity is quite something, so I'm willing to be lenient on this one.
One last thing: reading the previous question (its above, at the beginning) is strongly recommended, as it should help you immensely when crafting your answer. For your input and feedback, you have my appreciation and thanks.