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PostSubject: Lesson 5: SEGOC   Sun May 11, 2014 11:55 am

Simultaneous Effects Go On Chain is when multiple flip, trigger, or trigger-like effects try to activate at the same time, for example, mystic tomato attacking mystic tomato. When this happens, the effects form a special chain, The chain goes like this:

1.Turn Player's Mandatory Effects
2.Non Turn Player's Mandatory Effects
3.Turn Player's Optional Effects
4.Non-turn Player's Optional effects

Let's take a look at what i think is a really good example, Say Neo-Spacian Grand Mole attacks Ally of Justice Catastor. What happens? Well

Catastor is Chain link 1 since it is non turn player mandatory effect (it goes off first)

Grand Mole is Chain link 2 since it is Turn player's optional effect (It goes off second)

So we make a chain with the above link order and since it resolves backwards, grand mole returns to hand and catastor to the extra deck.

Some notes:

  • In the TCG effects activate first in the order they were triggered.

  • In the OCG this does not apply. it just follows the order in SEGOC.

And here's a test i found that would help you become better at this chain stuff.


That's just about it with segoc, remember the chain order and your disputes with chains should be much easier to resolve.
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