The rare case where a yukkuri's attack successfully affects a human.
Since yukkuri's are far weaker than humans, use this tag only if it's 100% sure that the yukkuri's attack manages to affect the human. Indications include:
- The human shows clues of being damaged (even if it's something small like saying ouch)
- There's visible damage (like a bite mark, a wound, or blood)
- The attacker is a dosu, or the victim is someone weak (e.g. a child or an elderly)
Note1: The human doesn't necessarily have to be hurt by the attack, they only need to be physically affected (e.g. a big adult yukkuri's tackle can cause a human to lose balance and either fall or drop an object)
Note2: This only constitutes the human being affected physically. If the human is unaffected physically but is affected psychologically (a.k.a. he becomes ANGRY) then it doesn't count.
Even if it seems like the yukkuri should've been doing damage such as post #63593, if there's no clear indication that the human is actually affected it should be assumed that the human is unharmed and you should use yukkuri on human attempted violence instead