Responsibility for Tracking GX Attacks

Discussion in 'Judges' Chambers' started by MegaVelocibot, Apr 25, 2017.

  1. MegaVelocibot

    MegaVelocibot <a href="http://pokegym.net/gallery/browseimages.p

    Two situational rulings, if you'd be so kind as to offer feedback:

    1. A prerelease event is taking place, with new players that do not have GX indicators provided to them. The League at which the event is taking place has spare damage counters, as well as coins, Burn and Poison markers. Is it the player's responsibility to provide their own GX indicators, when he or she may not even be aware that said counter is used, or the location hosting the event to provide said counters?

    2. A League Cup tournament is taking place, and a new player has entered this tournament. His or her deck has a Pokemon-GX, which uses its GX attack during the battle. His or her opponent calls over a judge, when that player does not flip over a GX indicator after he or she has used that attack. Should anything above a Caution be given, as the situation is easily resolved by providing a GX indicator?
     
  2. PokePop

    PokePop Administrator

    1. It is always the players responsibility to provide randomizers, damage counters, and status markers.
    That being said, just about anything can be used as a marker as long as both players understand what side means what.

    2. A Caution would be indicated. As noted, any marker, even a piece of paper with GX written on one side, can be used as a marker.
     

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