Can the card Creature Swap be used if you have no monsters on the field but your opponent does and do you get to keep Hisher Monster for the rest of the duel in Yu-Gi-Oh?
No, you can only use it if you have a monster. Yes you keep
their monster for the entire duel unless it is destroyed, then it
is sent back to THEIR graveyard NOT yours. If it is returned to the
hand it will do to the owners hand
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Can the card Creature Swap be used if you have no monsters on the field but your opponent does and do you get to keep Hisher Monster for the rest of the duel in Yu Gi Oh?
if you dont have a monster on the field and you opponent does you cant use creature swap due to the effect. but if you and your opponent does you the creatures that you got from your opponent stays on your field if you dont have a monster try puting a trap monster in your deck it works with the effect
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Rivalry of warlords on yu-gi-oh i don't understand cause it saysEach player sends monsters from hisher side of the field to the graveyard so that heher only controls 1 type of monsters?
It means that you and your opponent must send monsters to the graveyard. for example your opponent has 2 dragon type and 1 warrior type monster and you have 3 warrior types and 1 spell caster type. if you activate the card. of course the logical choice is to choose warrior type. your opponent will be forced to send the 2 dragon type monsters from his/her field to the graveyard and the 1 spell caster from your field to satisfy the condition stated in the card. ^That's not how it works - each player decides what type remains on their side of the field. In that situation, you'd destroy the spellcaster, so your side fulfills Rivalry's condition, and the opponent would destroy his Warrior, meaning he only controls Dragons. Your choice doesn't affect the opponent, and his doesn't affect you. It's fine if your monsters are a different type to the opponent's, therefore.