As a judge, how would the following situations be resolved: 1) Player A has a Gardevoir Lv. X active and points to his opponent's wurmple, and says "knock it out". He has a feebas on his own bench with fewer remaining HP than his opponent's wurmple. By pointing to the wurmple and saying "knock it out", is it assumed that he used the attack Bring Down and as a result should KO his own feebas? Or would the attacking player be able to choose another attack since he didn't specifically say "bring down"? 2) Player A has a Gardevoir LV. X active and says "I'll Bring Down the Ralts". He has his own ralts with 3 damage on it but didn't notice. When he uses the attack, he points to his opponent's undamaged ralts, who clearly has the least amount of HP on him opponent's field. Since he said "Bring Down the ralts", should the assumption be made that he meant any ralts? Or since the selected target for bring down wasn't a valid target, would the player be able to use another attack instead of Bring Down?