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When Galaxy Dragon is attacking Odd-eye Absolute Dragon, Odd-eye's effect can negate the battle, but Galaxy Dragon's effect can negate effect from the monster it is attacking, so how will this turn out?

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When Galaxy Dragon is attacking Odd-eye Absolute Dragon, Odd-eye's effect can negate the battle, but Galaxy Dragon's effect can negate effect from the monster it is attacking, so how will this turn out?

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Pretty sure Galaxy Dragon's effect is inherent, meaning as soon as you declare an attack, its effects are applied, Odd-Eyes' effect will be negated if the player chooses to activate it.


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When Galaxy Dragon is attacking Odd-eye Absolute Dragon, Odd-eye's effect can negate the battle, but Galaxy Dragon's effect can negate effect from the monster it is attacking, so how will this turn out?

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Galaxy Dragon's effect doesn't activate and is simply applied when it declares the attack on Absolute Dragon, before Absolute Dragon can activate its effect in response to the attack. Absolute Dragon can still activate its effect in response to the attack being declared, but it'll be negated. (As Dova said.)

 

Pretty sure Galaxy Dragon's effect is inherent, meaning as soon as you declare an attack, its effects are applied, Odd-Eyes' effect will be negated if the player chooses to activate it.

 

It's a Continuous Effect.


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