DB2-EN152 Spear Dragon Yu-Gi-Oh! Card
During battle between this attacking card and a Defense Position monster
whose DEF is lower than the ATK of this card, inflict the difference as Battle Damage to your opponent's Life Points. If this card attacks, it is changed to Defense Position at the end of the Damage Step.
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If "Spear Dragon" attacks, even if the damage is reduced to 0 by the effect of "Waboku" or "Kuriboh", it is still changed to Defense Position.
"Spear Dragon" will change to Defense Position after it attacks, regardless of the battle position of the opponent's monster.
The effect of "Spear Dragon" does not prevent you from manually changing its battle position later on. Of course, you cannot change it in the same turn after you attacked with "Spear Dragon". But during your next turn you can change it back to Attack Position (and attack again the same turn, if you choose).
If you attack your opponent's Defense Position monster with 0 DEF with your "Spear Dragon", and have "Dragon's Rage" active on the field, the opponent only takes 1900 points of damage. The effects are not cumulative.
The effect of "Lord of D." will not prevent the effect of "Spear Dragon" from changing it to Defense Position after it attacks.
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Play tips for this YuGiOh Card
- You can use this card to "snipe" a weak defensive monster on your opponent's side of the field when they have a stronger monster under their control.
- You can attack to a Defense Position monster in your turn, and in your opponent's turn use Half Shut so it wont be destroyed by battle and you won't lose Life Points and you can attack with him again in your next turn.
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