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Best Answer DragonMasterLance, 20 June 2013 - 07:10 PM

Yes since it is a trigger effect it can activate during either player's turn as long as the trigger was met.

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Bujin - Mikazuchi

 

When a Beast-Warrior-Type "Bujin" monster you control is destroyed by battle or by a card effect and sent to the Graveyard: You can Special Summon this card from your hand. During the End Phase, if a "Bujin" monster was sent from your hand to the Graveyard previously this turn: You can add 1 "Bujin" Spell/Trap Card from your Deck to your hand. You can only control 1 face-up "Bujin - Mikazuchi".

 

 

okay, got this from wikia, and my question rests on this 1 part of his effect....

 

"During the End Phase, if a "Bujin" monster was sent from your hand to the Graveyard previously this turn:"

 

IF.. again "IF" i have this right... even if its my opponent's turn, and they attack say, him... and i use

 

Bujin Relic - Yata's

(When a "Bujin" Beast-Warrior-Type monster you control is targeted for an attack by an opponent's monster: You can send this card from your hand to the Graveyard; negate the attack, and if you do, inflict damage to your opponent equal to half of the attacking monster's ATK. You can only use the effect of "Bujin Relic - Yata" once per turn.)

 

 

effect from my hand to negate said attack.. and Mikazuchi lives that turn till the end phase... can i use his effect as i met the requirements?

 

 



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Yes since it is a trigger effect it can activate during either player's turn as long as the trigger was met.


 

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