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[Investigating] Display bug with Reflect damage

Platform, device version and operating system:
Steam, Win 10 Pro

Screenshot or image:
(I keep forgetting to screenshot this… doh)
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Used Mirror Orb on myself -> waited to get attacked --> attacker’s card left shifted to the left into the playfield.
Re-cast Mirror Orb on myself, and got attacked again:
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What you were expecting to happen, and what actually happened:
Started happening after some update in (mid?) December.
Whenever I get a Reflect status on one of my units, and it gets attacked in some way, the attacker’s card gets gets shifted to the left on the screen (like the attack animation only plays halfway through and doesn’t return it to original position), quickly causing it to overlap the gem playfield itself, which makes it impossible to see and/or interact with the gems there.
One extreme case I saw earlier today, I ended up with the attacker’s card getting shifted all the way over to the left side of the screen, overlapping one of my own units.
Another interesting thing I saw today (that I didn’t see before), is that if I used the Trickster’s Trick Shot ability to switch enemy places, the bugged card would still remain in it’s incorrect position inside the gem playfield, instead of returning to the correct right side area. edit it would get shifted up but not to the right. So it was in the right slot (from slot 3 to 1), but was still inside the playfield.

How often does this happen? When did it begin happening?
Happens any time I gain Reflect status on any of my units. Never seen it happen the other way (ie reflect from enemy shifting my cards). Started happening around mid-December (before xmas).

Steps to make it happen again
Gain Reflect status. Get attacked --> attacker card shifted to left on attack animation, not returning back after.

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I had exactly the same thing happen twice today image|690x387

Now 5X. Twice in one game

This is being investigated.

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Thanks @kris11 for linking the original thread.

And thanks @Danko and @Mariana for the additional reports and information, that actually helped a lot :slight_smile:

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