so i was invited to a friend's house to do some board gaming. it was the first time i had seen or played gloom. it was great, especially making up a story as you play along.
during the game we ran into a slight problem.(sorry i do not remember exactly what cards were played) p1 played a modifier card on one of his family members. the card gave p1 a high negative point, the card also stated that when played the player loses their next turn. now p2 goes and plays a card that allows them to switch modifiers from one of their family members with one of another player's family members. in this case p2 swapped out modifiers with p1's family member with the miss your next turn card on it.
what is the right play here?
we played it as it was stated on the card. the player in this case p1 played the negative modifier which caused them to lose their next turn. i think this is probably the right answer but i wanted to clarify it in case it happens again.
in the rules i recall it mentioning the player with the text showing gets the positive or negative effects of the card. in this case that would mean p2 would miss their next turn. since the card is now face up in front of them.