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In Lisa the Painful, whenever a status effect is added or removed, there is a clear visual indicator (whether over the actor in the menu or over the enemy)

How would I implement this in RPG Maker mv?
 

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By default, if you have selected an icon for the state in the database, it will display that icon next to the character and on the party list.

If you want something different/more than that, as most people have probably not played or heard of Lisa the Painful, a screenshot of what you want to achieve would be helpful.

I also got a few results for plugins when I did a Google for "RPG Maker MV status indicator," so you could see if one of those does what you want.
 

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Good point - waht I meant was something like this, where there is an actual visual message over the opponent when they gain a state, which I feel communicates the message much more clearly.
 

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