For spell effects, it has been established that the effects would continue for the polymorphed form of a creature. For exhaustion, it has been determined as likely. For petrification, the consensus is that a polymorphed creature that is later petrified would remain petrified in that form.

Conditions are not part of a creature's game statistics that are replaced by polymorph, so what about the other way round: will a petrified creature that is polymorphed remain petrified? Is it true in general, that conditions on a creature would persist when the creature is polymorphed?

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