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# When you use Graceful Dice do you multiply the result with the monsters' ATK?

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The text of "Graceful Dice" says: Roll 1 six-sided die. The result is multiplied by 100 points and added to the ATKand DEF of all monsters youcontrol until the end of your turn. ...It is the result of the dice roll that is multiplied by 100. The result of the dice roll multiplied by 100 is then addedto your face-up monsters' ATK and DEF. Example Scenario: # You have one "Dark Magician" (2500 ATK / 2100 DEF) and one "Kuriboh" (300 ATK / 200 DEF) on your side of the field. # Activate "Graceful Dice" and the result of the dice roll is a 5. # 5 x 100 = 500 # 500 ATK and 500 DEF are added to "Dark Magician" and "Kuriboh" # "Dark Magician" new stats: (3000 ATK / 2600 DEF) & "Kuriboh" new stats: (800 ATK / 700 DEF)

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