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Trial Deck [Evil Eye Sovereign] and Booster Pack 11 [Demonic Advent],
On sale September 1st 2017,
Introduces a new ability of «Nubatama», “Dominate”!

「邪眼の支配者」


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「邪眼の支配者」


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1. Fighter A Strides “Rikudo Stealth Rogue, Atagolord” on “Demon Stealth Dragon, Shiranui “Oboro””.
Stride Skill of “Demon Stealth Dragon, Shiranui “Oboro”” activates.
Fighter B’s rear-guard, “History-maker Dragon”, is chosen for “dominate”.

2. Fighter B Stands the “History-maker Dragon” that was chosen for “dominate”, and attacks a unit specified by Fighter A!

3. If the fighter that used the dominate ability pays the cost, the abilities of the dominated unit can be used!
In this case, as “History-maker Dragon” attacks the vanguard, if Fighter A pays the cost of 1 counter-blast, Fighter A can time-leap one of his or her rear-guards!

Other than “Demon Stealth Dragon, Shiranui “Oboro””,
there are other cards with the powerful dominate ability
from Booster Pack 11 [Demonic Advent] featured too.
You can “dominate” too!!

「邪眼の支配者」


※Henceforth, the fighter that used the dominate ability is the “dominating fighter”. The fighter that had the dominate ability used on his or her units is the “opposing fighter”. The original owner of that unit is the “owning fighter”.

What is dominate?

It is an ability that allows you to use a unit chosen by this ability as your own.

Below are the steps of dominate, and proper procedure for attacking.

(1) The dominating fighter chooses an opponent’s unit.

(2) The opposing fighter stands the chosen unit, and that unit becomes dominated.

(3) The unit attacks the target specified by the dominating fighter with the ability, and a battle occurs.

(4) Abilities that activate during battle can be used by the dominating fighter as though it were his or her own unit.

(5) If there are no more dominated units that can attack, the unit is no longer dominated, and the game returns to the phase in which the unit was dominated. If there are dominated units that can attack, or if there are dominated units in stand, it remains dominated, and return to (3).

Which fighter is in control of the dominated unit?

The owning fighter is in control. The dominating fighter chooses the unit to be dominated, and instructs the owning fighter on which unit to attack.

Can the dominating fighter use the abilities of the dominated unit that occurs when attacking and at the end of that battle?

Yes, he or she can do so.
If the dominating fighter pays the cost, the abilities can be used. This cost is paid for by the dominating fighter’s side. Actions such as “turning the owning player’s damage face down as a cost for counter-blast” is not allowed.

Can the opponent’s units in stand be dominated?

Yes, they can.

When the opponent’s rear-guards in the back row are dominated, can those units attack?

Yes, they can.
Depending on the ability, they can attack the target specified.

Can you guard an attack from a dominated unit?

Yes, guarding can be performed as normal.
If the vanguards of both fighters are grade 3 or greater, you can guard with a G guardian too. Also, units that are not dominated may intercept too.

Can a unit in the dominated state intercept?

No, it cannot.
Until the dominated state is released, that unit cannot intercept.

Can a dominated unit boost? Also, can it be boosted?

No, neither can occur. Until the dominated state is released, the units may not boost nor be boosted.

When a number of dominated units attack, how is it resolved?

Those units enter the dominated state simultaneously. Each unit attacks one at a time, and the dominating fighter can decide the order and target of the attacks. If there are no more units in the dominated state that can attack, all the dominated state are released simultaneously.

When a number of units are dominated simultaneously, can a dominated unit be used to attack other dominated units?

In the case where “attack your opponent’s other unit” is specified, that dominated unit cannot attack other dominated units. As long as the dominated unit is in the dominated state, it is regarded as “your unit”.

Are the battles that occur due to the dominate ability counted in the number of battles?

Yes, they are.

When an opponent’s unit is dominated and attacks, if that unit has an ability that says “When this unit attacks, choose one of your opponent’s rear-guards, and retire it”, can a unit in the dominated state be chosen to be retired?

No, it cannot.
As a dominated unit is regarded as “your unit”, as long as it is in the dominated state, it cannot be chosen with “choose one of your opponent’s units”.

Can abilities such as “at the beginning of your battle phase” and “at the beginning of your attack step” be activated for the battle that a dominated unit attacks?

Abilities with “at the beginning of your attack step” will activate, but those with “at the beginning of your battle phase” will not.

After the battle that occurred due to an attack by a dominated unit during your main phase, can abilities such as “at the beginning of your main phase” activate?

No, they cannot. In this case, as the main phase that was paused is going to resume, it is not the beginning of a new main phase. This applies to other phases too.

For abilities of rear-guards in the dominated state such as “When this unit returns to hand from the rear-guard circle” and “When this unit is put from the rear-guard circle into the drop zone”, which fighter is able to use those abilities?

The dominating fighter is able to use those abilities.

Can units in the dominated state target a unit with “Resist” for attack?

Yes, they can.
As the unit with “Resist” is not chosen due to an effect, it can be targeted for attack.