Subject: Re: Fwd: Questions - Basically what goes on during a turn?

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From: SamuraiLord (Prince Vegeta)
Date: Sat, 5 Jun 2004 14:25:53 -0400

im confused now since you said that....explain combat to me.i thought it was the attacker does the draw step,non-combat step,combat,then your opponent attacks and you keep taking turns until you both skip back to back then combat is over.......explain it to me in full detail....sorry i havent played in forever im trying to get everything back lol

>> Get out a rule book.
5 steps.

Step 1: Look at the top 6 cards of your dec, rearrange them, and put them back. Draw 3 cards.
Step 2: Place out your non-combats, allies, battlegrounds, locations, and Dragon Balls.
Step 3: Power Up your allies, MP, and decide if you want to declare.
Step 4: Combat - if you declared, then use your When Entering Combat effects. Your opponent then uses his When Entering Combat effects. Then he looks at the top 6 cards of his deck, rearranges them, draws 3 cards. Then he may use more When Entering Combat effects.
The attacker now plays something during his Attacker Attacks phase. The defender may defend against it if it is an attack during his Defender Defends phase. Then, the Defender becomes the attacker and plays an attack, and this continues until there are successive passes or someone ends combat.
Step 5: Rejuvination - Both players discard down to two cards in their hands. If you skipped Combat, you may choose to Rejuvinate. Both players take the top card of their discard pile and place it at the bottom of their life deck.

I basically repeated the rule book there, just so you know.