I am having some problems with the way distraction counts are worded vs the way they are behaving.
I read on some post I think by @Qaw, that “turns” are now user perspective meaning a turn is a user action to a user action. So I have two examples of where this does not seem to be the case and I am wondering what is going on because one of them is completely insane.
Swap-in Thyla against a speed boost Thor. Thyla distracts, Thor deals 0 damage. Next turn, Thor is first, Thor does total damage. The wording for Thyla says “Decrease damage 100% for 2 attacks, lasting one turn after swap-in”. If the turn is user perspective, then Thor should remain distracted for 2 attacks if Thor is faster than Thyla. But, that does not happen, meaning the turn is being based on op perspective.
Op used group takedown with a Baronyx faster than puru in the tournament. I used instant distraction. Op’s next attack is not distracted, that is crazy. Not one turn had passed and no atk was distracted. I can kinda understand on the first example that maybe (even though its not worded to say this) that its only meant to distract for that turn and since the distraction landed before the attack was made, its somehow counted as a turn. But in this case, the distraction landed after the op’s move and literally was applied and then un-applied before ever actually distracting at all.
What gives here? Are distraction moves not user-perspective? Even if not, why would instant distraction not hold for the next (which would be the first) attack?