What did these advanced AI's do? Randomizing direction should not even be advanced, it'll just take a huge amount of properties and states to accomplish it. You should be able to do it by now; it's not difficult and you've been using the BGE for a very long time now. I am still holding to my recommendation in saying, and overemphasizing the importance of learning Python because who wants to deal with that kind of a headache? The blocks can be very confusing if you don't identify them properly, and states only adds to the confusion. And when you sit down to make a real, lengthy, full-feature game, you will not be able to do cutscenes or even simple physics effects without scripting in Python. You will not always find a script you can just change the inputs of from off of the internet. Sooner or later you will need a script that nobody has. Just thought I would make my case. I will still try to assist you if I can and if I am around.
"Along with 'Antimatter,' and 'Dark Matter,' we've recently discovered the existence of 'Doesn't Matter,' which appears to have no effect on the universe whatsoever." -The 5th Wave