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19th Feb '18 2:17:41 AM Tenma-Yuuki
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* ''[[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Link_Monster Link]]'' monsters (blue border with hexagons) are placed in the Extra Deck. They are summoned by sending a number of monsters (called "Link Material Monsters") whose Link Ratings (Number in the OCG) equal that of the Link Monster (with non-Link Monsters treated as Link 1), and satisfying the material conditions on the Link Monster, to the graveyard. Link Monsters have neither Levels nor Ranks, and have no DEF value- they can't be placed in Defense Position or flipped face-down. Around their art border, Link Monsters have arrows (Link Arrows in the TCG, Link Markers in the OCG) that point to specific Monster Card Zones. These zones- including those on the opponent's side of the field, if the arrow points forward- become Link Points and can be used to summon monsters from the Extra Deck; many Link Monsters' effects also deal with whichever monsters are in the Link Points, with some even taking into account other Link Monsters whose arrows point back (being "co-linked"). A Monster is stated to be in a Linked State when it is pointed to by a Link Monster's Link Arrow, or when a Link Monster's Link Arrow is pointing to another Monster.

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* ''[[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Link_Monster Link]]'' monsters (blue border with hexagons) are placed in the Extra Deck. They are summoned by sending a number of monsters (called "Link Material Monsters") whose Link Ratings (Number in the OCG) equal that of the Link Monster (with non-Link Monsters treated as Link 1), and satisfying the material conditions on the Link Monster, to the graveyard. Link Monsters have neither Levels nor Ranks, and have no DEF value- they can't be placed in Defense Position or flipped face-down. Around their art border, Link Monsters have arrows (Link Arrows in the TCG, Link Markers in the OCG) that point to specific Monster Card Zones. These zones- including those on the opponent's side of the field, if the arrow points forward- become Link Points and can be used to summon monsters from the Extra Deck; many Link Monsters' effects also deal with whichever monsters are in the Link Points, with some even taking into account other Link Monsters whose arrows point back (being "co-linked"). A Monster is stated to be in a Linked State (or just simply Linked) when it is pointed to by a Link Monster's Link Arrow, or when a Link Monster's Link Arrow is pointing to another Monster.
14th Feb '18 3:13:47 AM Tenma-Yuuki
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** Per the fourth revision of the Master Rules, Monsters Summoned from the Extra Deck (including Pendulum) must be placed in either one of the two Extra Monster Zones, or to a Main Monster Zone pointed to by a Link Monster's Link Arrow. Extra Deck Monsters Summoned from anywhere other than the Extra Deck are always placed onto a Main Monster Zone (regardless of whether or not they are pointed to by Link Arrows) and never onto an Extra Monster Zone. Additionally, if one takes control of a Monster in an Extra Monster Zone, it goes to a Main Monster Zone on that player's field, and when control of that Monster returns to its original owner, it also goes to a Main Monster Zone on their field.

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** Per the fourth revision of the Master Rules, Monsters Summoned from the Extra Deck (including Pendulum) must be placed in either one of the two Extra Monster Zones, or to a Main Monster Zone pointed to by a Link Monster's Link Arrow. Extra Deck Monsters Summoned from anywhere other than the Extra Deck (or returning to the Field in some other way, e.g. banished until the End Phase) are always placed onto a Main Monster Zone (regardless of whether or not they are pointed to by Link Arrows) and never onto an Extra Monster Zone. Additionally, if one takes control of a Monster in an Extra Monster Zone, it goes to a Main Monster Zone on that player's field, and when control of that Monster returns to its original owner, it also goes to a Main Monster Zone on their field.
14th Feb '18 3:11:22 AM Tenma-Yuuki
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* ''[[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Link_Monster Link]]'' monsters (blue border with hexagons) are placed in the Extra Deck. They are summoned by sending a number of monsters (called "Link Material Monsters") whose Link Ratings (Number in the OCG) equal that of the Link Monster (with non-Link Monsters treated as Link 1), and satisfying the material conditions on the Link Monster, to the graveyard. Link Monsters have neither levels nor ranks, and have no DEF value- they can't be placed in Defense Position or flipped face-down. Around their art border, Link Monsters have arrows (Link Arrows in the TCG, Link Markers in the OCG) that point to specific Monster Card Zones. These zones- including those on the opponent's side of the field, if the arrow points forward- become Link Points and can be used to summon monsters from the Extra Deck; many Link Monsters' effects also deal with whichever monsters are in the Link Points, with some even taking into account other Link Monsters whose arrows point back (being "co-linked").

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* ''[[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Link_Monster Link]]'' monsters (blue border with hexagons) are placed in the Extra Deck. They are summoned by sending a number of monsters (called "Link Material Monsters") whose Link Ratings (Number in the OCG) equal that of the Link Monster (with non-Link Monsters treated as Link 1), and satisfying the material conditions on the Link Monster, to the graveyard. Link Monsters have neither levels Levels nor ranks, Ranks, and have no DEF value- they can't be placed in Defense Position or flipped face-down. Around their art border, Link Monsters have arrows (Link Arrows in the TCG, Link Markers in the OCG) that point to specific Monster Card Zones. These zones- including those on the opponent's side of the field, if the arrow points forward- become Link Points and can be used to summon monsters from the Extra Deck; many Link Monsters' effects also deal with whichever monsters are in the Link Points, with some even taking into account other Link Monsters whose arrows point back (being "co-linked"). A Monster is stated to be in a Linked State when it is pointed to by a Link Monster's Link Arrow, or when a Link Monster's Link Arrow is pointing to another Monster.
8th Feb '18 11:01:24 AM dlchen145
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# If a player manages to Summon "[[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/The_Creator_God_of_Light%2C_Horakhty The Creator God of Light, Horakhty]]", they automatically win.

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# If a player manages to Summon "[[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/The_Creator_God_of_Light%2C_Horakhty The Holactie the Creator God of Light, Horakhty]]", Light]]", they automatically win.
8th Feb '18 10:55:29 AM dlchen145
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* ''[[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Link_Monster Link]]'' monsters (blue border with hexagons) are placed in the Extra Deck. They are summoned by sending a number of monsters (called "Link Material Monsters") whose Link Numbers equal that of the Link Monster (with non-Link Monsters treated as Link 1), and satisfying the material conditions on the Link Monster, to the graveyard. Link Monsters have neither levels nor ranks, and have no DEF value- they can't be placed in Defense Position or flipped face-down. Around their art border, Link Monsters have arrows (Link Markers) that point to specific Monster Card Zones. These zones- including those on the opponent's side of the field, if the arrow points forward- become Link Points and can be used to summon monsters from the Extra Deck; many Link Monsters' effects also deal with whichever monsters are in the Link Points, with some even taking into account other Link Monsters whose arrows point back (being "co-linked").

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* ''[[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Link_Monster Link]]'' monsters (blue border with hexagons) are placed in the Extra Deck. They are summoned by sending a number of monsters (called "Link Material Monsters") whose Link Numbers Ratings (Number in the OCG) equal that of the Link Monster (with non-Link Monsters treated as Link 1), and satisfying the material conditions on the Link Monster, to the graveyard. Link Monsters have neither levels nor ranks, and have no DEF value- they can't be placed in Defense Position or flipped face-down. Around their art border, Link Monsters have arrows (Link Markers) Arrows in the TCG, Link Markers in the OCG) that point to specific Monster Card Zones. These zones- including those on the opponent's side of the field, if the arrow points forward- become Link Points and can be used to summon monsters from the Extra Deck; many Link Monsters' effects also deal with whichever monsters are in the Link Points, with some even taking into account other Link Monsters whose arrows point back (being "co-linked").
12th Dec '17 4:04:08 AM Tenma-Yuuki
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** An Extra Link involves a series of co-linked Link Monsters connecting from one Extra Monster Zone to the other. This is also the only way you can control both Extra Monster Zones at the same time, and can be achieved by using your own co-linked Link Monsters, or (in rare cases) your opponent's co-linked Link Monsters, to form a [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/yugioh/images/f/f3/Extra_Link.png/revision/latest?cb=20170825040740 U-shape]] or [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/yugioh/images/d/db/Extra_Link_2.png/revision/latest?cb=20170825042627 reverse U-shape]], respectively. Other Link Monsters which are co-linked with a Link Monster involved in an Extra Link also become Extra Linked.

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** An Extra Link involves a series of co-linked Link Monsters connecting from one Extra Monster Zone to the other. This is also the only way you can control both Extra Monster Zones at the same time, and can be achieved by using your own co-linked Link Monsters, or (in rare cases) your opponent's co-linked Link Monsters, to form a [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/yugioh/images/f/f3/Extra_Link.png/revision/latest?cb=20170825040740 U-shape]] or [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/yugioh/images/d/db/Extra_Link_2.png/revision/latest?cb=20170825042627 reverse U-shape]], respectively. Other Link Monsters involved in an Extra Link are stated to be Extra Linked, and other Link Monsters which are co-linked with a Link Monster involved in an Extra Link also become Extra Linked.
12th Dec '17 3:56:36 AM Tenma-Yuuki
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** An Extra Link involves a series of co-linked Link Monsters connecting from one Extra Monster Zone to the other, and can be achieved by using your own co-linked Link Monsters, or (in rare cases) your opponent's co-linked Link Monsters, to form a [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/yugioh/images/f/f3/Extra_Link.png/revision/latest?cb=20170825040740 U-shape]] or [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/yugioh/images/d/db/Extra_Link_2.png/revision/latest?cb=20170825042627 reverse U-shape]], respectively. Other Link Monsters which are co-linked with a Link Monster involved in an Extra Link also become Extra Linked.

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** An Extra Link involves a series of co-linked Link Monsters connecting from one Extra Monster Zone to the other, other. This is also the only way you can control both Extra Monster Zones at the same time, and can be achieved by using your own co-linked Link Monsters, or (in rare cases) your opponent's co-linked Link Monsters, to form a [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/yugioh/images/f/f3/Extra_Link.png/revision/latest?cb=20170825040740 U-shape]] or [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/yugioh/images/d/db/Extra_Link_2.png/revision/latest?cb=20170825042627 reverse U-shape]], respectively. Other Link Monsters which are co-linked with a Link Monster involved in an Extra Link also become Extra Linked.
12th Dec '17 3:54:23 AM Tenma-Yuuki
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** An Extra Link involves controlling both Extra Monster Zones at the same time. This is achieved by having a series of co-linked Link Monsters connect from one Extra Monster Zone to the other, and can be utilised by using your own co-linked Link Monsters, or (in rare cases) your opponent's co-linked Link Monsters, to form a [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/yugioh/images/f/f3/Extra_Link.png/revision/latest?cb=20170825040740 U-shape]] or [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/yugioh/images/d/db/Extra_Link_2.png/revision/latest?cb=20170825042627 reverse U-shape]], respectively.

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** An Extra Link involves controlling both Extra Monster Zones at the same time. This is achieved by having a series of co-linked Link Monsters connect connecting from one Extra Monster Zone to the other, and can be utilised achieved by using your own co-linked Link Monsters, or (in rare cases) your opponent's co-linked Link Monsters, to form a [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/yugioh/images/f/f3/Extra_Link.png/revision/latest?cb=20170825040740 U-shape]] or [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/yugioh/images/d/db/Extra_Link_2.png/revision/latest?cb=20170825042627 reverse U-shape]], respectively. Other Link Monsters which are co-linked with a Link Monster involved in an Extra Link also become Extra Linked.
9th Nov '17 10:50:26 PM Kayube
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** Note that you cannot win a duel in the middle of an effect resolving, you must fully resolve the card effect before checking the gamestate for victory conditions.

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** Note that you cannot win a duel in the middle of an effect resolving, you must fully resolve the card effect before checking the gamestate for victory conditions.





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\n** Note that you cannot win a duel by a non-standard victory condition in the middle of an effect resolving, you must fully resolve the card effect before checking the gamestate for victory conditions. (This was a rule that was changed in 2015; prior to this, it applied to standard victory conditions as well.)

9th Nov '17 10:17:19 PM Tenma-Yuuki
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** Per the fourth revision of the Master Rules, Monsters Summoned from the Extra Deck (including Pendulum) must be placed in either one of the two Extra Monster Zones, or to a Main Monster Zone pointed to by a Link Monster's Link Arrow. Extra Deck Monsters Summoned from anywhere other than the Extra Deck are always placed onto a Main Monster Zone (regardless of whether or not they are pointed to by Link Arrows) and never onto an Extra Monster Zone. Additionally, if one takes control of a Monster in an Extra Monster Zone, it goes onto a Main Monster Zone onto that player's field, and when control of that Monster returns to its original owner, it also goes to a Main Monster Zone on their field.
** An Extra Link involves controlling both Extra Monster Zones at the same time. This is achieved by having a series of co-linked Link Monsters connect from one Extra Monster Zone to the other, and can be achieved by using your own co-linked Link Monsters, or (in rare cases) your opponent's co-linked Link Monsters, to form a [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/yugioh/images/f/f3/Extra_Link.png/revision/latest?cb=20170825040740 U-shape]] or [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/yugioh/images/d/db/Extra_Link_2.png/revision/latest?cb=20170825042627 reverse U-shape]], respectively.

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** Per the fourth revision of the Master Rules, Monsters Summoned from the Extra Deck (including Pendulum) must be placed in either one of the two Extra Monster Zones, or to a Main Monster Zone pointed to by a Link Monster's Link Arrow. Extra Deck Monsters Summoned from anywhere other than the Extra Deck are always placed onto a Main Monster Zone (regardless of whether or not they are pointed to by Link Arrows) and never onto an Extra Monster Zone. Additionally, if one takes control of a Monster in an Extra Monster Zone, it goes onto to a Main Monster Zone onto on that player's field, and when control of that Monster returns to its original owner, it also goes to a Main Monster Zone on their field.
** An Extra Link involves controlling both Extra Monster Zones at the same time. This is achieved by having a series of co-linked Link Monsters connect from one Extra Monster Zone to the other, and can be achieved utilised by using your own co-linked Link Monsters, or (in rare cases) your opponent's co-linked Link Monsters, to form a [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/yugioh/images/f/f3/Extra_Link.png/revision/latest?cb=20170825040740 U-shape]] or [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/yugioh/images/d/db/Extra_Link_2.png/revision/latest?cb=20170825042627 reverse U-shape]], respectively.
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