I've been meaning to pitch this for a while now, so here goes: We're all pokemon players here. One thing we can all agree on is that hax is enraging, terrible, and no fun. Do I need to elaborate on this further? Now, a lot of people say "That's part of the game, deal with it." That's fine, but I know a lot of people who would just wipe away even favorable hax if they could (But don't want to, say, replay the match over again.) When I get cheap hax and win, I've drawn before. (Unless I had the game on lockdown anyhow.) So, what I'm proposing is a new button, similar to the Draw button. Basically, if both players click this button, the previous turn will... happen again. It'll be redone. The hax could theoretically occur again, but seeing how unlikely that is for 10% effects and 6.25% crits, that usually won't be a problem. (Higher-percent effects are usually less severe forms of hax, so they're more rarely a problem, although Gyarados flinches on your Skarm or such can be brutal.) There could be an auto feature that totally disables secondary chances, but because of stuff like Scald crits, I'm not a big fan (The burn isn't egregious, so you should get another chance at it.) I really don't know how hard this would be to program, but it seems like it shouldn't be too straining in theory. You're just redoing the same thing you did last turn. If it's really hard, sorry about it. Basically, this button allows for a quick (Hopefully), easy way for two players who both wish a crit, freeze, or lesser form of hax hadn't happened to make it not happen. If you are one of the people who believes that "Hax happens", then you can go about your merry way and not care anyways. Any questions, comments, complaints, feedback, insults, feel free to post them here. If you think this idea blows I want to know why. If you think it could kick more ass I want to know how. I can probably come up with answers to any concern, so fire away. It'd be great if one of the PS site staff weighed in, because I'm not sure if I want this in if it's too much effort (Especially considering how much work they're probably already doing).