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So I have a character setup with the substitute trait so that he will take incoming hits in place of allies at critical health, and he also has a 100% Counter rate (I'm using Yanfly's Counter Control, so he takes the hit before countering rather than dodging) and both of these abilities work fine on there own, but he only counters attacks directed at him, not the hits he intercepts. Is there a way to make these work together so that he will take a hit for another party member and then counter it?
 

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Bumping this since it's been a while
 

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Are you using any of the Yanfly plugins?
If so Counter Control is ur answer~

<Counter Condition>

physical hit

single target

</Counter Condition>
 

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Are you using any of the Yanfly plugins?
If so Counter Control is ur answer~

<Counter Condition>

physical hit

single target

</Counter Condition>
Yeah I'm using counter control. It works fine normally, just not when substituting. Physical hit and single target are set too, so I think it's something else.
 

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