First, allow me to state the disclaimer: I've already spammed ctrl+F all over Compendium, and I do know what the rulings state, regarding this specific issue. However, the basis behind it is a little hazy, and I'd like to get a little clarification, if possible, from some of the top-notch experts here. Perhaps it may be a new starting point for research and discussion. I'm not sure if this might have been overlooked, but many players and experts have jumped to conclusions and rendered Swift "unblockable" simply because it says "This attack's damage isn't prevented by . . . effects of attacks on the Defending Pokemon." But, wait. Take a second to look at the scenario. Isn't the text that says to make the damage "unblockable" an effect of the attack itself? What is preventing that effect of the attack from being prevented by things like the effects of "Fly?" The underlying issue could be this: Isn't Swift's text also an effect? If not, what is it, just "attack text" of some sort? If not, how does it classify? Thank you for taking consideration into this.