You may not enter the Battle Phase if you are the starting player. Entering your Battle Phase is optional, except where special conditions apply (like if you control a face-up Attack Position \"Berserk Gorilla\"). If you do not wish to enter the Battle Phase, you must immediately proceed to your End Phase, without proceeding to Main Phase 2. You may enter the Battle Phase even if you do not control any monsters, or if all monsters you control are in Defense Position.
We only get one Chain with which to activate effects that are activated \"during damage calculation\". Only effects that are activated \"during damage calculation\" and effects that negate them, such as Counter Trap Cards and the effects of cards like \"Herald of Orange Light\" and \"Light and Darkness Dragon\", can be activated at this time. Effects that increase, decrease, halve, double, etc. the ATK and/or DEF of a monster cannot be activated at this time, unless they are specifically allowed to be activated \"during damage calculation\". This means that cards like \"Shrink\", which are not specifically activated \"during damage calculation\", cannot be activated, while \"Injection Fairy Lily's\" effect can be activated.
Wonder Guard prevents damage from moves that deal direct damage, as long as they are not a type that is super effective against the Pokémon with this Ability. For example, Shedinja with Wonder Guard is immune to Counter and Psywave, but not Night Shade.
Usopp is the son of Yasopp and Banchina. He was born and raised in Syrup Village, serving as \"captain\" of the Usopp Pirates and being Kaya's close friend. After working with the Straw Hats to defeat Kuro and the Black Cat Pirates, he was invited to join the crew. Despite his usual cowardice, Usopp dreams of becoming a brave warrior of the sea just like his father and lives every day in pursuit of living up to this dream.
He is also the only character in ABA that has the ability to hit mutliple targets at once with their M1s- however, he can only do this if he and his subsequent targets are standing in a straight line atleast of a stud away from each other.
Sogeking Snipe: Sogeking quickly aims Kuro Kabuto and fires off two shots, with the first one simply hitting the opponent and the secondary shot flinging them up into the air. After a moment, Sogeking fires off one more shot, this time an explosive round that sends the enemy barreling back down to the floor.
The Electro Giant is an Epic card that is unlocked from the Rascal's Hideout (Arena 13). He is a slow, building-targeting, melee-ranged troop with very high hitpoints and low damage. Enemy units who damage the Electro Giant while being within a 3-tile radius of him will be damaged and stunned with each hit. He generally resembles the Giant, but wears gloves, goggles, and carries what seems to be an electrical device on his back called the Zap Pack. An Electro Giant card costs 7 Elixir to deploy.
Battle Beast is a young, yet rather well-built man, being even more muscular than Isao Kachidoki. His hair is reddish brown and very long, as it passes his shoulders and reaches his back, while also sporting two bangs, both of which almost reach his abdominal. Due to him wearing very little clothing, his physique is especially pronounced, with his six-pack abdominal, wide chest and large shoulders. The only real clothes he wears are a pair of ragged trousers/shorts, which further emphasizes the brutish theme of his design. He wears a very simplistic necklace with three black fangs, with the center fang being visibly the longest of them. The Battle Beast also wears black wristbands, and has a white armband on his right arm's biceps. On the left side of his upper body, he seems to have a black armband/gladiatorial-like shoulder pauldron, with three orange disks. Cementing his barbarian motif even further, he walks barefoot.
In reality, Battle Beast actually didn't want to hurt anyone. What appears to be savageness is actually Battle Beast being frustrated and upset to have been dragged into Academia's war affair against his will. However, due to Sanders' lesson, the only way that Battle Beast know to protect himself is by defeating and carding his opponents. The lesson also cause Battle Beast to struggle dealing with the constant pressure and threat from Sanders whom he dislike for being the person responsible of making him the way he is. Thus, he snapped when Sanders threatened him to turn him into card.
When Sanders began a Survival Duel between the Lancers and five Academia students, the Battle Beast joined the Battle Royal as well and he defeated and sealed Bernie into a card so swiftly that the change in numbers was barely picked up by those watching. He soon encountered Tsukikage and engaged him in a Duel. Tsukikage proved to be a more even opponent due to his comparable speed and agility, but the Battle Beast began to overpower him. Ted joined the Duel and received the intrusion penalty, and the Battle Beast seized his chance and defeated the unprepared student with a single attack, before defeating Tsukikage as well and sealing them both into cards. He later defeated and sealed Ethan into a card, before going after Shingo Sawatari and chased him until he off the Duel arena. When Shingo reunited with Crow, he watched them until Emma and Jacob arrived. Battle Beast then joined the Duel between the four, receiving the intrusion penalty while they wondered where he was. Battle Beast swiftly defeated Emma and Jacob and sealed them into cards, before hunting down Crow and Shingo.
He weathered their attacks by protecting his \"Gladial Beasts\" with \"Medallion of Gladial Beast\" and used destruction effects in combination with \"Pollice Verso\" to quickly reduce their LP. Battle Beast used Contact Fusion to bring out \"Gladial Beast Andabatae\" and \"Gladial Beast Gaizares\"; Yūya and Gongenzaka managed to barely survive his subsequent attacks, as Battle Beast blocked Yūya's moves to get an Action Card, forcing Gongenzaka to use one. Incensed at Gongenzaka's resistance, Battle Beast wiped him out with the effect of \"Pollice Verso\" and prepared to seal him into a card, but was interrupted by the arrival of Jack Atlas.
While walking closer, Battle Beast was asked by Jack if he was the one who carded Crow, who responded cryptically and set a card. When Jack used the effect of \"Red Daemon's Dragon Scarlight\" to destroy \"Andabatae\", he activated \"Gladial Beast Medusa Shield\" to prevent it, but Jack countered with \"Red Armor\" negating \"Medusa Shield\". Battle Beast then loses both \"Andabatae\" and 1500 LP due to \"Pollice Verso\". He smiled that Jack couldn't attack due to the effect of \"Red Wolf\", causing Sanders to yell at him and join the Duel. He then used the effect of \"Medusa Shield\" from the graveyard to take a Gladial Beast trap from his deck and set it. When Sanders brought \"Gladial Beast Andabatae\" back with the effect of \"Gladial Beast Tamer Editor\", Battle Beast started shaking when Sanders told him to show his strength and viciousness to the enemy.
He watched Jack counter the effect of \"Tamer Editor\" with \"Red Armor\" and stood frozen as Yūya went for an Action Card. He was then yelled at by Sanders for not following orders. When Yūya weakened \"Andabatae\" with \"Entermate Pararhino\" for an attack, Battle Beast used \"Medallion of Gladial Beast\" to prevent its destruction but took double the damage. He then activated \"Gladial Beast Assault Fort\", destroying \"Pollice Verso\" and turning \"Medallion\" and \"Virtus of Gladial Beast\" into \"Gladial Beast Forts\" and during every turn when a Gladial Beast monster battles, he take no battle damage and the monster can't be destroyed by battle or card effects.
He was surprised when Jack used the effect of \"Tyrant to destroy all cards on the field, wiping out his forts. However, he brought out \"Gladial Beast Great Fortress\" and placed all his monsters in the graveyard under it and negate the effects of all face-up monsters on the field. When Jack attack directly, Battle Beast activated the effect of \"Great Fortress\", letting him Special Summon \"Andabatae\" with its effects negated and its ATK becomes 1000 plus the number of monsters underneath \"Great Fortress\" times 1000. Also, when a monster is destroyed by battle or card effect when \"Great Fortress\" is face-up, that monster's owner will take 500 damage for each monster sent to the Graveyard. But, Jack used \"Red Armor\" in his Graveyard and banishes it to prevent \"Tyrant's\" destruction by battle. Battle Beast then placed \"Andabatae\" back under \"Great Fortress\" due to its effect and was angry that he couldn't take Jack down. When Yūya attack directly, Battle Beast used the effect of \"Great Fortress\" to Special Summon \"Andabatae\".
However he couldn't destroy Yūya's monster due to the effect of \"Entermate Guard Dance\". He then Special Summoned \"Gaizares\" while Yūya sent \"Shieldrummer\" to attack. His third Special Summoned monster \"Laquer\" took on \"Odd-Eyes Unicorn\" while his final monster \"Augustus\" blocked \"Gongcat\". When Yūya had \"Pararhino\" attack directly, Battle Beast activated the effect of the \"Gladial Beast Noxius\" in his hand, Special Summoning it in Defense Position. He was laughing that Yūya used up his attacks and couldn't do nothing now until he wondered why his monsters didn't return. He came out of \"Great Fortress\" and seen his monsters shooting paintballs. His monsters were switched with Yūya's when he used the effect of \"Guard Dance\" in his graveyard. He was then pull out of \"Great Fortress\" by the Entermate monsters and they dropped him into the paint.
Between 40 and 60 percent of people with moderate to severe brain injuries return to driving after their injury. To lessen the risk of crashes, people with TBI may place limitations on their driving habits. They may drive less frequently than they did before the injury or drive only at certain times (such as during daylight), on familiar routes, or when there is less traffic. Having experienced a