In Gloom, you can play modifiers on opponents' characters, and the action applies to that character's player. For example, one card might say "discard your hand". It has good stats, but the discard is a balancing downside. You can use that against an opponent to make them discard their hand.
But, what does "Skip your draw step this turn" mean for an opponent? Do they skip their (nonexistent) draw step during your turn, or does it apply the next time it can (their turn?). Along with that, does a "Discard your hand. Skip your draw step this turn" mean an opponent would essentially miss two turns?