SecurityAttack

№ Q: Question A: Answer

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Q: I attack my opponent’s security stack with a Digimon with <Security Attack +1> . The first card checked is a Security Digimon, which my Digimon loses to in battle. Do I still perform the remaining security checks?
A: If your attacking Digimon is deleted, returned to hand, or otherwise leaves play, the attack ends, and no further checks are performed.

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Q: If a Digimon has multiple <Security Attack +1>, do their effects stack?
A: Yes, they do. The Digimon will check cards equal to the total.

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Q: I have a Digimon with <Security Attack -1> and no other effects to increase its security checks. If I attack my opponent’s security stack with it, do I check any of my opponent’s security cards?
A: No, the Digimon’s security check is zero. No checks are performed.

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Q: I attack my opponent’s security stack with a Digimon with <Security Attack +1> as an inherited effect, and the first card checked is [ST2-14 Hammer Spark]. Its [Security] effect moves the memory counter to the opponent’s side. Do I still perform the remaining security checks?
A: Yes, you do. It doesn’t become your opponent’s turn until the attack is completely resolved.

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Q: I attack my opponent’s security stack with a Digimon with <Security Attack +1> as an inherited effect, and the first card checked is [ST3-16 Holy Flame]. Its [Security] effect gives my attacking Digimon <Security Attack -1>. Do I still
perform the remaining security checks?
A: No, <Security Attack -1> cancels out your Digimon’s . You no longer have the right to make additional checks.

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Q: I attack my opponent’s security stack with a Digimon with <Security Attack +1> as an inherited effect, and the first card checked is [BT1-101 Howling Crusher]. Its [Security] effect trashes a digivolution card under my attacking Digimon with <Security Attack +1>. Do I still perform the remaining security checks?
A: No, after the cards are trashed, the <Security Attack> effect is immediately lost. No further checks are performed.

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Q: A Digimon with no effects granting additional security attacks gets <Security Attack -3>. If I attack my opponent’s security stack with this Digimon, how many security cards do I check?
A: A Digimon can’t have negative security checks, but in this case, the number of checks performed is zero. Additionally, if a Digimon with multiple <Security Attack -X> effects attacks the security stack, your opponent doesn’t add security cards to it.

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Q: A Digimon with no effects granting additional security attacks gets <Security Attack -3>. If it then gets <Security Attack +1>, how many security checks does it make?
A: <Security Attack +1> negates part of <Security Attack -3>, but the end result is still -2, so even if the Digimon successfully attacks the opponent’s security stack, no checks are performed.

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