Can 'Swords of Revealing Light' be used again if it is returned to one's hand before it is used up?
yea because you get it back to your hand you can play it aagain like if you played it and the next person play gaint trunade it go's back you and you can play it again
When you play Swords of Revealing Light in Yu-Gi-Oh can your opponent Set monsters afterwards or do they have to be face up?
People never really completely stopped adding Swords of Revealing Light to their Decks. It is considered a "staple" if a player also owns Giant Trunade and Call of the Haunted. Swords of Revealing Light is a very important asset to Stall Decks as it can provide much-needed "stalling" if a player cannot Draw the signature permanent stall cards such as Gravity Bind and Level Limit - Area B.
What if you have an earthbound immortal face up and face down and the face down one is attacked or your opponent plays somthing like Swords of Revealing Light?
If your opponent attacks a face-down Earthbound Immortal monster, continue through all of the steps of a battle (Battle Step and Damage Step). After the Damage Step has concluded, if there is no face-up Field Spell Card, the Earthbound Immortal is destroyed. If your opponent activated Swords of Revealing Light, flip the Earthbound Immortal monster face-up. If there is no face-up Field Spell Card, all of the Earthbound Immortal monsters are destroyed.
If Gaap is face-up beforehand, all other monsters will already be in face-up attack mode due to his effect. Swords of Revealing Light won't do anything to them, except stop them attacking while it remains in play. If Gaap is face down, then Swords of Revealing Light will switch him and any of that players' Set monsters face up. Gaap's continuous effect will switch them all into attack mode, as well as any monsters controlled…
Pyro Clock of Destiny advances the turn count by one. Normally, this would have no effect on gameplay because of its secondary effect that states that the current turn continues as normal. However, Pyro Clock of Destiny affects cards such as Swords of Revealing Light and Final Countdown. If these cards are active, Pyro Clock of Destiny simply advances their turn count. Swords of Revealing Light will stay on the field one less turn for…
When Swords Of Revealing Light is activated does its effect only affect the monsters on the field the turn it was activated or is every monster affected until the end of the third turn?
The first effect only applies to face-down monsters on your opponents side of the field the turn it is activated. Your opponent may Set more monsters the next turn which are unaffected by "Swords of Revealing Light's" first effect and so remain face-down. Its secondary effect affects all of your opponents monsters while it is face-up on the field. Therefore, for three whole turns, your opponent may not attack.