Explain this bullshit to me please. Why is it that when my opponent attacks my face down monster and once is flipped he can active this piece of shit of card and im not allowed to use any so he can attack with that Amazona??????????????
Just a curious question: If I have a monster that got effected by Massivemorph. Lets say the monster is, for a example, a ghostrick monster that has the effect of flipping itself facedown. Will the effect of Massivemorph continue?
Not true if you're using skystarray or the rabbit, with lava golem.
I don't play pvp enough (going to start soon). Can someone explain this card? If I massivemorph an opponent can he attack my monster? The wording only says directly but the comments here indicate otherwise.
Not a bug, it would've had to have been activated before your monster attacked for you to not have been able to attack directly. Putting a condition like that on a card as it's doing so wouldn't negate the attack.
Massivemorph does not need to be activated before you attack. It has to be activated during the Battle Step where a player declares an attack in order to negate the attack. If Massivemorph is activated during the damage step, the attack is not negated.
This card changes directly an ATK/DEF, so it can be activated during the damage step, this step happens after attack declaration, basically is when the attack is being performed and before the damage calculation. So if you activate this card during damage step, the direct attack will continue normally, you need to activate it during attack declaration or before to make that monster unable to atk