Right we all know confused makes you flip a coin to see if you hit yourself for 30 damage if you get tails but what happens if your up against an opponent who used an attack/had a poke power etc which makes you flip a coin to see if you attack lands?
Usually a tails means the defending pokemon takes no damage but is this done prior to flipping a coin for confused? And if the ability/attack coin flip outcome prevents you from doing damage would your confused pokemon still have to flip a coin to see if it hurts itself?
Another question is the legend card that makes your opponent take 2 cards from their deck and put them in the prize pile, now when playing this online it meant they had more than 6 prize cards, in real life is that how it would work? And more importantly would they need to win the "extra" prize cards or would winning 6 still be enough? I think they should have to win the extra ones as otherwise people playing the game could lie and say " ok I have 6 prize cards lefts but your move x3 gave me an extra six so I win" when you had actually only used the move twice (thus if they have to win all the extra prize cards this argument is not an issue). I am not sure precisely what happens with the legend pikala and dialga if it does mean the opponent has to win more than 6 prize cards to win the game.
Another Point I am unsure about is Durrant and Larvitar's discard top card of the deck move, when I used Larvitars move to get rid of opponents last card when Playing the Pokemon trading card game online the move did not work, further more the computer did not draw their last card, I am wondering if this is a bug or because on that game I had gave my opponent excess prize cards with my legend mabye it was drawing the excess prize cards?
Are Durrant and Larvitars moves still meant to work when your opponent is down to 1 card (thus they discard that card and then have nothing left to draw?)
One last thing one card I seen once had an attack which said " discard a random number of cards from your opponents hand" what the hell is the point of that card as it gives no clues how to determine the random number of cards from the opponents hand?