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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

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A Monster Card’s battle position can be changed in one of two ways:

A "manual" change can only be performed during your Main Phase 1 or 2. There are 3 exceptions that will prevent you from changing a monster’s battle position:

Please note that:

Example: You activate "Book of Moon" and flip a monster into face-down Defense Position. Then you can Flip Summon it that same turn, as long as none of the 3 exceptions exist.
Example: "Cyber Jar" Summons a monster on the opponent’s side of the field, and the turn player uses "Change of Heart" to take control of it, then Flip Summons it that same turn. This is a legal play (as long as none of the 3 exceptions exist).
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A Monster Card’s battle position can be changed in one of two ways:

  • 2. A change because of a card effect can only be conducted by the following card during a Battle Phase: "Enemy Controller".

A "manual" change can only be performed during your Main Phase 1 or 2. There are 3 exceptions that will prevent you from changing a monster’s battle position:

  • Exception #1: You cannot change the battle position of a monster if it declared an attack that turn (even if the attack was negated or a replay occurred, even if using Zero Gravity).

Please note that:

Example: You activate "Book of Moon" and flip a monster into face-down Defense Position. Then you can Flip Summon it that same turn, as long as none of the 3 exceptions exist.
Example: "Cyber Jar" Summons a monster on the opponent’s side of the field, and the turn player uses "Change of Heart" to take control of it, then Flip Summons it that same turn. This is a legal play (as long as none of the 3 exceptions exist).
  • You CAN change the battle position of a monster "manually" if it was returned to the field because of "Dimensionhole", because it does not Summon the monster (as long as none of the 3 exceptions exists).

This article uses material from the "Battle position changes" article on the YCM wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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