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 Lesson 5: SEGOC

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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.

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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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