Help Multiple Status Conditions

Discussion in 'Pokémon Trading Card Game' started by Lucky Dan, Aug 6, 2019.

  1. Lucky Dan Aspiring Trainer
    Lucky Dan

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    Ok, I know you can double up on burn and sleep etc, but what happens if your opponent is asleep and you hit it with confuse or vice versa? Does the new condition take over? Does the old one hold precedence like in the VG? My google-fu is failing me, because I can't quite seem to find an answer. The official rules just say "Only one of those conditions at a time".
     


  2. AngryBokoblin Guzzlord is fun
    AngryBokoblin

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    "Only one of those conditions at a time"
     
  3. AuraJackle Aspiring Trainer
    AuraJackle

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    New conditions overright old ones you are changing there status regardless if they allready have another one or not and obviously you cant be asleep and confused at the same time because there based on card direction
     
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  4. PokeMedic Don't talk to me or my Pokemon ever again
    PokeMedic

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    As a way to remember this, consider that burn and poising have markers that can both be placed at the same time. Other conditions require you to turn the card, and you can only turn the card one way- so one condition at a time. That's how I remembered, anyway. Now that I write that out it sounds complicated.
     
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  5. Lucky Dan Aspiring Trainer
    Lucky Dan

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    Alright, so it gets whatever you hit it with last irregardless of what status it has now becomes the new relevant status?

    If it was asleep, and you hit it with confuse, it wakes up and is confused?
     
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  6. treyh37 Watcher of Thorns
    treyh37

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    yup as others have said asleep/paralyzed/confused share the same condition marker while poison and burn have their own markers and the newest application override each other.

    another thing to be aware of is that stronger/weaker versions of a condition can also be overridden, ie a poison that does 4 damage between turns can be overridden by the regular 1 damage between turns and vise versa.
     
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  7. aakanksha5 Aspiring Trainer
    aakanksha5

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    Only one of the conditions at once.
     

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