Post by Trent Shutaro on Aug 2, 2016 15:38:35 GMT -5
Well, since you already have an effect that can prevent the opponent from adding to his/her status (correct me if you don't), the effect in question should be legal.
I have a question, though. What happens if the effect is used when the opponent has over five statuses? My experience with what happens with preventions is that they do not affect what has happened. That effect works as a prevention to me, and if so, it shouldn't do anything to the 5+ statuses acquired by the opponent.
Whether it affects continuous effects or not, that I don't know. To me, statuses do not reoccur - they are just constant. However, it depends on what you define as a status. If you define it as anything the opponent applies on his item or an opponent's current standings, then it should be okay. My final opinion is yes.
Post by Alex Andersen on Aug 2, 2016 16:28:40 GMT -5
I don't remember if I do have it. Forgot.
I'd define things like 'advantage' as status. I don't think that in any game constant power-rising is defined as 'status'. Prevention is also a status, so this can have a drawback if you hit your enemy because you could not add more negative statuses to them.
And I still don't know what I'd do with it if there are 5+ statuses. I probably wouldn't bring myself into a situation to let someone have that many. You know that I spam 1000 things in one move, so they would probably not make it over 5.
Since I am spamming a lot of copyrights I wonder if this can be accepted.