Does switching from a "conditions not met" to a "conditions met" state for a "Is a stud" trait to take its effect counts as "becoming a stud". Does the opposite counts as "becoming a draw"?
Let's look at a few cards:
Mr. Outang: Each of your Kung Fu dudes at this location with a Whiskey Flask or Baijiu Jar attached has +1 Kung Fu and is a stud.
Let's say I have a stud with a Whiskey flask in a posse. They get hit by a "Sun in your eyes" and become a draw. Then Mr Outang moves to this location and joins the posse. Does my dude become a stud?
If they didnt have a Whiskey Flask beforehand, but equip one while Mr Outang is at their location, would they become a stud after being hit by Sun in your eyes?
Let's say Mr Outang is holding a Whiskey flask (so he's a stud) and gets hit by Sun in your eyes. He then uses Rabbit kung fu to leave the shootout and location, then come back in the shootout. Would he become a stud again since "this location" (Mr Outang's location) has changed?
Bowie Knife: This dude is a stud. If there is an unbooted non-Melee Weapon in the opposing posse, Bowie Knife provides no bullet bonus and does not make this dude a stud.
Let's say my dude has a Bowie knife (so they're a stud). They join a shootout where my opponent has an unbooted non-melee weapon (so they're now a draw). My opponent then hit my dude with Sun in your eyes. Does the "becomes a draw" part of Sun in your eyes take place? If after that, the dude with the unbooted non-melee weapon leaves the shootout, does my dude becomes a stud again?
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