yes it would, because when the opponent attacked, it was his turn and the effect carries on until the end of the next turn which would then be your turn. For e.g, if your opponent activated the effect then the effect would end at the end of your end phase. If you activated the effect, then it would end at the end of your opponents end phase.
Yes the ultimate tyranno must attack all the opponents monster considered legal targets. This will consume all the monsters attack power for that turn so the attack cannot be directed to the player's life in the same turn.
no it does not.
No sand attack only effects the opponents accuracy.
she spins the opponents and makes them dizzy
Yes it counts.
blocks are placed in trenches so as if the opponents attack they have to jump over and that would distract them so you people can attack them
When a potential attack target appears or disappears, a 'replay' is caused. The attacking monster may continue its attack, against a new target if it wishes. Or it may discontinue its attack and forfeit attacking for that turn.
It is a attack, looks like throwing sarts at the opponents pokemon, it deals psy damage
Eisenhower did not attack his opponents, leaving that job to his running mate, Richard Nixon
A status is saying you're using an attack that uses attack, defense, speed, sp. attack, or sp. defence stats or deals with burn, paralysis,sleep,poison, and confusion.( Not frozen because no attack can get your opponents Pokemon frozen if you have luck with an ice attack).
Block Attack is a Normal Spell Card. Normal Spell Cards can only be activated in your own turn, in main phase 1 or 2.
No, not at all. When the defending player summons a monster after an attack has been declared, a 'replay' occurs. The attacking monster has to choose whether to continue its attack or discontinue it altogether and forfeit its attack that turn. If it continues the attack, it can be against a different target. If the monster was making a direct attack, and a stronger monster was summoned, then the attacker will most likely discontinue his attack. He can't continue as a direct attack, but is not forced to attack the newly summoned monster either.
They didnt have the men or equipment to invade
Recieving the ball is when your opponents team has the ball. Recieving is when you want to have a strong defense plan so you can get ball from the other team when they hit it over without them getting a point. Offense= when your team has the ball and you're setting up for an attack. Defense= when your opponents team has the ball and they're setting up for an attack
Well... I have a bagon with a Naughty nature. I chose it cause it raise sp. attack for the cost of spe. defense. but who cares? if i have high attack, i can kill my opponents fast lol.
they were irresponsible and easy to manipulate. they were lured into his evil plan and saw him as a great person
No, teams do rushing plays to get their opponents on the counter attack.
To win chess, you must use a move called a 'Checkmate' on the opponents' king. It is where you are attacking the king, and there is no possible escape (blocking the attack, capturing the attacking piece, or moving the king out of an attack).
Take high level Pokemon that know attacks, then attack opponents Pokemon and hope for the best :-)
There are many different cards with the ability to backfire an oppenents attack back at them. The one that I think is most popular, and Yugi's favorite, is the Mirror Force Trap Card.
Depends what kind of sword you want to wield. Samurai should with the cut to the opponents cut in the same movement as the wielding. Sometimes the oponent could block the wilding and survive the attack. In rare ocations both opponents are killed at once.