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[Solved] Detect Spell Steal secondary target

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Level 5
Jul 31, 2020

Is the title possible to do in any way that's reliable? Secondary target meaning the one that gets the buff/debuff after it getting removed from the primary one. I likely already know the answer which is to make a custom Spell Steal instead and do everything myself, but maybe someone knows of some hidden tech I haven't thought of.
There is a way, after the spellEffect of spellsteal a 0 Damage Event with DAMAGE_TYPE_UNKNOWN & ATTACK_TYPE_NORMAL happens in which the buff loser is the damage source and the buff gainer is the dmg target.

I made a system in Lua which does that:
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