Maiden of Venus Trap "Яeverse"
[ACT](VC)[Limit-Break 4](This ability is active if you have four or more damage):[Counter-Blast 1 & Choose one of your <Neo Nectar> rear-guards, and lock it] Look at up to five cards from the top of your deck, search for up to one <Neo Nectar> from among them, call it to (RC), shuffle your deck, and that unit gets [Power] +5000 until end of turn. (The locked card is turned face down, and cannot do anything. It turns face up at end of the owner's turn.) [ACT](VC):[Counter-Blast 1] This unit gets [Power] +2000 until end of turn. [CONT](VC/RC):Lord (If you have a unit without a same clan as this unit, this unit cannot attack)
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[Maiden of Venus Trap "Яeverse"] is used in the follow Deck Recipes
Q&A containing [Maiden of Venus Trap "Яeverse"] [4 results]
Q741（07-18-2014）When looking through the cards, what happens if the card required cannot be found?Put the cards which you have seen on the bottom of your deck.
Q720（07-18-2014）Can I use the activated ability of this unit any number of times?Yes. As long as you can pay the cost, you may activate it any number of times during your main phase.
Q713（07-18-2014）What happens when my rear-guard is locked?If a rear-guard is locked, that unit will be turned face down, and become a locked card. At the beginning of the end phase of the locked card's owner, that fighter's locked cards will return face up in the stand position. Locked cards cannot attack, intercept, or move, cannot use their rear-guard abilities, and cannot be attacked. Any abilities or effects associated with that unit will be lost. If a locked card is present, the rear-guard circle it is on becomes a locked circle. Cards cannot be called to a locked circle from hand during the main phase, nor called with a card's effect.
Q711（07-18-2014）For the cost within the [ ] brackets, does that mean that I can choose to fulfill any condition to pay the cost?No, you must pay both costs. The cost has not been paid if the conditions in the [ ] brackets have not been fufilled.