Manhunt Rulings

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  1. Stefan0xff says:

    This reminds me of Snatch Steal vs. Tsukuyomi. What I understand now in the context of continuos S/T that target monsters is:

    being flipped face-up: targeting still applies
    being flipped face-down: targeting does not apply anymore

    am I right or missing something? Either way: Thanks for the research^^…

    • Akira says:

      No, you missed the point. The crux is in timing that the monster was flipped face-down. The monster was flipped face-down and then face-up in both ruling 2 and 3, but the end result is different because of the sequencing of the card effects.

    • Stefan0xff says:

      I’m sorry, I was a bit unprecise:


      “targeting still applies/does not apply anymore”

      I meant the moment when you flip it face-up/face-down for the first time after having already gained control of the monster before by applying the effect of Manhunt (i.e. after the effect of Manhunt already was already applied).

  2. Rizky Reza says:

    Subterror just got OP combo

  3. wtf_anon says:

    Where is that ruling in #3 from? And is it reliable?

  4. wtf_anon says:

    Where is that ruling from #3? Looks like Whatsapp? Is it reliable?

    • Akira says:

      It is from the Yu-Gi-Oh! OCG chat support. In Japan players can call in or start an online chat to ask about OCG rulings:

      It would be reliable if the screenshot is real, which is why I linked the ruling of Tuner’s Scheme (a similar Continuous Trap that takes control) from the official database that confirms the same ruling.

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