Say you have managed to poison the opponent with two different characters,
one with poison 2, min 1, and the other one with poison 2, min 3.
Then if the opponent is left with 5 hearts after the last round, which one of the
poison effects is evaluated first? If the min 1 goes first, then the opponent should
end up with 3 life (as the min 3 won't take effect), and otherwise all the way
down to 1.
Only 1 poison works kid...the 1 you play ist will be the 1 that takes affect...you dig
Stay up son
Pretty sure it's the last. I've been hit by poison 2 and then poison 1, expecting to take 2 damage, but only taking one.
Example: Poison 2 Min 1
If you opponent gets hit by a card with poison, they will lose 2 life every turn. Since no one can die from poison. There is a "Minimum" life which is 1. When you are down to 1, the poison will lose it's effect.
I thought that if you played two poisons the second poison turns off the first. is this not true?
Just a suggestion - my common sense tells me that the stronger poison should take the effect - or the one available - if someone was hit by poison 2, min 3 and then by poison 1, min 1 I would say that he should take two damage until his life drops to 3 and then (since the poison 2, min 3 is off) he should continue suffering from the poison 1, min 1 taking just one damage per turn. This is just how my common sense works - if you were poisoned by something damaging you a lot until youre half-dead and simultaneously by poison damaging you less but to total death - I would expect that the effect of lesser poison will be override by the stronger one - but when youre half dead the strong poison effect dissapear but the lesser poison killing you to death is still somewhere inside, isnt it?
That was a suggestion but I also have a question: Does the poison "reactivates" when you gain some life using Bridget or cards with "+ life per damage"?