Roo (she/they) — ... "After a duel occurs at this location" made my brain initially time it after the duel, but the rest of the text precludes that. Should the reaction trigger immediately when a duel is accepted, or can the holder of the glass determine at which point in the duel the ability takes effect? (the latter seems like a bad call for me, but part of the question nonetheless).
Agent006 - After a duel occurs at this location. Very different from after a duel ends. it is meant to work during the duel
Roo (she/they) — Yesterday at 3:03 PM Okay, I get that. I just think the language is a bit vague? I can imagine there's more than couple people that might read that as the "duel happened and is over". (edited)
Agent006 — Yesterday at 3:03 PM ya. seems like you could interpret the trigger to happen later than it should
Alazilla — Yesterday at 3:03 PM Yeah, that was my read of it the first time.
Alazilla — Yesterday at 3:06 PM I think the issue is with the use of occurs in that reaction. It’s just vague. Obviously, it should be used when a duel starts to hinder the opposing character(s) gambling ability.
Roo (she/they) — Yesterday at 3:06 PM Yeah, lol. I'd hate to wait to trigger that reaction and the opponent next gambles again, lol.
Agent006 — Yesterday at 3:07 PM @Game Developer see above. is After a duel occurs too vague a trigger for using Cat's Glass?
CroyLCM — Yesterday at 3:09 PM The duel occurring is a framework step. If the verbiage changed it'd be "when". Either way, a duel occurring is a built in step we use.