Myztero Jabberwocky Bera - bug?

So at 1:28 Jabber gives poision to Myz, it says it is memorised. The video shows that Myz has that ailment.

He uses his special and at 1:44 I check the opponent hero (a paladin) and he has been given Bera’s poision and not Jabber’s poision.

I assume that Myz had both poisions applied to him, and they overwrite each other. But should the most recent poision that was memorised not be the poision that is cast? Am I missing something obvious?

Because Jabberwock’s poison can’t be dispelled.

Jabberwock use his skill (at 1.22) before Bera’s minion attack (at 1.24), so Jabberwock’s poison block Bera’s minion’s poison.

Myztero doesn’t work like Lady Loki. Lady Loki redistributes dispellable ailments back towards the opponent, cleansing them at the same time.

Myztero memorises the ailment (you can see the text when he gets hit) and he casts the ailment from scratch, rather than trying to dispel it. This means that his special works with C Azlar, Morgan Le Fay, and Jabberwocky specials. Except in this case it seems that the two poisons have interfered with each other.

Yes, I know that Myztero ailment that he memorises and work like Lady Loki.
I mean Jabberwock use his skill (at 1.22) before Bera’s minion attack (at 1.24), so Jabberwock’s poison block Bera’s minion’s to apply poison. That make Myztero memorize only Jabberwock’s poison and Bera’s minion’s “can’t have minion” ailments. This is why Myztero apply only Jabberwock’s poison and Bera’s minion’s “can’t have minion” ailments on enemy.

He should have applied jobbers poison… but the actual poison applied was bera 90 % turn poison

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Oh, I’m sorry. I didn’t see that he was bera’s 90 poison. I think you are right. If there is both poisions applied to him, and they overwrite Myz’s memorised each other even one of them or both can’t be dispelled. But the most recent poision that was memorised.

I think Myz maybe can memorised ailment even he have “immune to new ailment” or “element reflect” buff.

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