Piercing

№ Q: Question A: Answer

1
Q: My Digimon with <Piercing> deletes an opponent’s Digimon in battle, leading to a security check. If a Digimon card is revealed from the security stack, does a battle occur?
A: Yes, you battle Security Digimon the same way you would if you attacked the security stack normally.

2
Q: When battling Security Digimon with <Piercing>, do any effects received from the preceding battles persist?
A: It depends on the effect. Effects that read “If you attack one of your opponent’s Digimon…” don’t persist, as Security Digimon aren’t considered normal Digimon.

3
Q: My Digimon with <Piercing> deletes an opponent’s Security Digimon in battle. Does <Piercing> allow me to make further security checks?
A: No, battles with Security Digimon don’t activate <Piercing>.

4
Q: I have a Digimon <Piercing> with and <Security Attact +1>. I use it to attack and delete an opponent’s Digimon. Do I check an extra security card thanks to <Security Attact +1>?
A: Yes, you do.

5
Q: I have a Digimon with <Piercing> and <Security Attact -1>. I use it to attack and delete an opponent’s Digimon. Do I perform a security check?
A: No, <Security Attact -1> reduces the Digimon’s security checks to zero. No security check is performed.

6
Q: I attack my opponent using a Digimon with <Piercing>. It’s blocked by a Digimon with <Blocker>. If my Digimon deletes the opponent’s Digimon in battle, does <Piercing> activate?
A: Yes, it does.

7
If I attack and delete an opponent’s Digimon using a Digimon with <Piercing>, and my opponent’s security stack is empty, do I win the game?
No, <Piercing> only performs security checks. If your opponent’s security stack is empty, nothing happens

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