Originally Posted by Fat poccil
2) When does "Pokemon A" begin to have 25% health? If it was at the beginning of the round, the Custap Berry had "activated" and will be consumed at the beginning of the holder's turn. Maybe the question is whether that item is consumed from the holder who caused the berry to activate.
UPDATE: I've discovered something interesting. When Trick is used on a Pokemon on the same round that a Pokemon's Custap Berry is activated, but before that Pokemon's turn, the game still displays the message "[Pokemon]'s [item] let it move first!" as that Pokemon's turn begins, where [item] is the Pokemon's new item after Trick was used. However, the Custap Berry itself is not consumed, since the Pokemon is no longer holding it. (This happens because the priority is determined just after all commands are chosen for the round.)
That secondary effect of consuming an item that is not Custap Berry is already known. What I was asking for was this:
Pokemon A is holding Custap.
Pokemon A falls to below 25% health.
Pokemon B switches items with Pokemon A.
Pokemon A switches out before it can consume the item it is currently holding.
If Pokemon A reswitches in, does it still carry the Custap Berry Effect from earlier?
Also, another question. If Custap is knocked off after it's effect would be "triggered" via falling under 25% (Double Battle for example), does it's effect disappear as well? I ask this because it has already been discovered that the Custap user can consume "no item" if it has tricked no item by another Pokemon.
My description for Tri Attack reads: "May either burn, freeze, or paralyze opponent." Thus Tri Attack can't cause more than one status problem simultaneously, but chooses one of the three.
In that case, what I would like to see tested is that if a Pokemon has an immunity to one or more of the status conditions, does it still have a 20% chance of a status being inflicted on it?