Instead of moving forwards, confused units move sideways, either left or right. If the confused unit is on the middle two columns of the board, this is a 50/50 chance for left and right. On the other hand, if it is on the edges (where there is only 1 tile to move to), the unit will always move to the tile to the side.
Confused units also have the capability to attack other friendly units and structures when they move. When they move onto tiles already occupied by allies, they attack them.
Confusion lasts until the unit moves, where it will be cleared after moving sideways.
Pushing confused units moves them normally, but commanding them will trigger confusion's effects.
Visually, confused units have yellow and orange swirl particles around them.
Confusion can have very random effects but in the right scenarios, it can be extremely effective.
Try to combo confusion as early as possible, since it is not guaranteed to last multiple turns.
Confuse units to prevent from moving forward and make them attack their allies.
Push confused units to manipulate their position and make use of confusion-utilizing cards better.
There are no quests that reference confusion currently.