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Sinistro and Aging fail to synergize
This is a bug I found that I find very odd. As you know, if Aging is cast on a Tock turn, it will do extra HP damage for every AP drained on same target that turn. However, if Sinistro drains AP at the end of that turn (as Sinistro does), on that enemy, while the enemy has Tock Aging on it, it will not take extra damage for the AP drain from Sinistro.
Sinistro and Aging?
Aging, if cast on a Tock turn, adds bonus damage for every AP drained on the same enemy that turn.
Sinistro does damage and can drain AP at the end of the Xelor's turn.
I have noticed that, if an enemy has Tock Aging on them, and Sinistro drains AP that same turn, they take no extra damage from the AP drain (unlike, for example, if they were hit with Slow Down and lost AP). Is this intended or a bug?